Located in the rural area behind fancy boutique hotels, Nook restaurant offers this view.
It is a laid back, shabby, outdoorsy restaurant. Those who prefer to sit under the shadow can choose for a table under the pergola or in the building. The ambiance is casual comfy. My daughter G calls Nook “Tumblrachtig” (suitable for Tumblr).
Nook serves Balinese and Indonesian specialties plus world well-known dishes and drinks at affordable price. This is the lunch menu. For dinner the restaurant adds grill dishes on the menu.
Husband, daughter and I loved the ambiance, the food and the very nice and accommodating staff. The service was spot on. All of these combined made us come back two times. We were there for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
This is what we had. The Balinese and Indonesian food were delicious. This complete Balinese nasi campur (steamed white rice with side dishes) tasted as good as it looks. Accompanying this meal is cool lime juice. My all time favourite.
The nasi goreng (fried rice) was good as well.
The burger came as a surprise as it was a triple burger. It looks inviting right?
Smoothies and Mango yoghurt
And at last, the good old pisang goreng (banana fritter) served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
I genuinely hope Nook could maintain the rice fields view for the rural feel despite the flashy development in that area. As for the food, drinks and the service; I’d be short ‘Keep up the good work’. My family will surely back next time we visit Bali again.
Jl. Nook 1 (conjunction street between Umalas and Petitenget)
+62 361 8475625
Facebook page Nook