There was nothing to NOT like about Cafe Wayan. I'm sure a fair few travellers visit because of it being featured in Eat Pray Love, but the food and service, the ambience especially in the more open part at the rear of the restaurant, are the real reasons to visit. Attentive staff, delicious food. We had dinner there one evening, and returned for lunch on our last day. More than worthwhile.
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