Warung Sobat is one of my favourite no-frills restaurants in Bali. It has a relaxed atmosphere, price and menu. With a mixture of local Indonesian and Western dishes, everyone will be able to find something that they fancy.
It is quite an authentic little spot and very well known.
I had the nasi campur, which when translated means mixed rice. It is a traditional dish that is essentially rice with lots of different little things to accompany it. This one came with satay, stir fried vegetables, chilli sauce, fried tofu, fried chicken, and a potato cake. It was absolutely lush and I love it when there are lots of different little bits to taste. Jack had the chicken curry which came with some vegetables and rice and we drank Bintang (the famous Indonesian beer).
It was tasty, cheap and cheerful!