I arrived at the resto near their closing time but they still served me and my family well.. Meals OK, service OK, view OK, car park OK, price OK..
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It was our last day in Bali and our local tour guide brought us here. Amazing local food with great taste! Staffs were friendly and service was good (it depends on what you order). The ambience of the restaurant is really beautiful and peaceful. Overall,...More
Our driver brought us here on our way back to the hotel. Didn't expect much but the food was really good. Standouts include the fried chicken, nasi tembel and the fried gurame. The fish was really fresh and delicious - we even got complimentary chicken...More
The taste was good. we were happy to eat there. But not friendly enough for customer who came with wheel-chair and baby stroller.
Stumbled upon this plan while walking along the streets looking for authentic Indonesian cuisine. Could not have been happier with the quality and variety of of food. Pricing was very good as well. Would definitely be coming back!
well its not easy to find sundanese food in Bali. Pawon Pasundan was one of the best. Its nearby airport. You can choose seat by table or seat 'lesehan'.. I love the fried gurame its very crispy and fresh.
Initially we were not that hungry so we ordered slightly less food, just to try out local Indonesian food. After we tasted the fried rice (Nasi Goreng) we ordered another one set of it, very delicious, we like it very much. Gurame goreng (fried flying...More
Sundanese food in Bali. Not as wide range of dishes in their menu as normally Sundanese food offers. Taste not bad . Ordered ayam bakar, sup bontot goreng, lele goreng. They had only 2 types of fish. Gurami and lele. Ordered nasi goreng for my...More
We stumbled upon this restaurant in 2013 when we were searching for Sundanese food in Bali. It's still as tasty as it was back then. Our favorite is the Gurame Goreng (fried "flying fish"), Gado Gado, Es Putur, and fresh Mango Juice (which isn't diluted...More