First point to note: the phone number on Trip Adviser is slightly wrong. It should be +62 3614736892 (called from Skype).
We booked ahead but I'm not sure if it makes any difference. But they did take my call and the place is not very big so it's good planning ahead.
It's not a big place or celubrious - don't expect Ultimo, but it is an honest little warung serving great food. Our preference.
We shared a table with another unk couple, but not too close, and enjoyed watching the goldfish battling their own little torrent while we waited.
Mother served us and was polite and very helpfull, pointing out what was on or off the menu based on their market availability. A good menu with the usual Indonesian and some very nice seafood choices - but for many you'll need to order a day ahead so that they can market shop. But not all.
We ordered the giant prawns and the whole grilled snapper, all a good size, which were cooked on the coals out front and dressed in garlic.
The family merrily cook away in the kitchen, amazing that they don't clash, working as a finely oiled machine.
The service is as you get it, polite but not hanging off you (it's a family affair), and the food comes at the same rate: as it is freshly cooked, it is presented to you. This seemed a little too agricultural for some impatient patrons but it suited the warung perfectly. Out food was both timely and beautifully cooked. A great meal.
A few cats wandered between tables delighting most and scaring the bejesus out of a couple... a nice local touch. Geckos wandered the ceiling and the goldfish swam.
Considering the bulk of seafood, the number of beers and the quality, the final price was v pleasing at ~AUD$37 inc tip.
A very friendly establishment with evident regulars.
We'll be back next time we are in the neighbourhood.
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