A lovely 20 minutes’ walk from Ubud town center on a single-track path through beautiful rice fields, tiny shops where locals are selling handmade woodcraft, paintings, small unique souvenirs. Local farmers passing by with scooter, kids playing on the road side and some funny chickens crowing high up on trees than finally you arrived to the open-air cafe and organic farm the Sari Organik. You can sit inside the open air main building (on two levels, one is bit down closer to rice paddies settled with tables and chairs), or on little raised platforms with cushions. We sat down on the purple and green pillow-strewn floor that makes up the main dining room with an amazing view over rice paddies.
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The menu is wide-ranging of nutritious, chemical-free Balinese, vegan and vegetarian dishes. The price also value of money. We spent like 220K Rupiah something together with salad, main course, dessert and drinks. We ordered Turmeric Cleanser Juice – 40K Rupiah (aloe vera, gotacola, kale, sour soup leaves, cauliflower, celery, bluntas, guava leaves, apple and ginger), Papaya Queen Dream Smoothie – 35K Rupiah (papaya, mango, dragon fruit and mint). Pumpkin Salad – 50K Rupiah (lettuce, ruccola, pumpkin, onion, tomato, lime, red bell pepper, carrot with pumpkin dressing), Gado-Gado – 60K Rupiah (steamed vegetable dish with tofu and peanut sauce). For dessert, we went for the Vegan Crepe – 35K Rupiah (homemade soya ricotta cheese in a rice and tapioca flour crepe).
Fresh young coconut 15K Rupiah
Drinks 20 – 40K Rupiah
Just to name a few:
Orange, Lemonade, Papaya, Carrot and Mix Veggie juice
Ice lemongrass tea, Ice lemon fruit tea
Sweet tomato juice, Green Cleanser juice, Dragon Delight…
Turmeric Cleanser, Papaya Queen Dream, Ginger Salsa, Padi Sunset juice…
Soups Hot 40 – 55K Rupiah
Mix vegetables with tofu, Pumpkin, Tomato soups
Soups Raw 40K Rupiah
Thai soup with cashew, Borscht, Chowder and Gazpacho
All soups served with homemade wholegrain bread, Pita or brown rice.
Salads 50 – 60K Rupiah
They are offering a wide range of amazing, and not to mention also large portions of salads. Oh, and don’t forget to check their homemade salad dressings! Hmmm, they are so good!
Mains 55 – 80K Rupiah
Desserts 30 – 35K Rupiah
They grow their own rice, vegetables, herbs and fruits. If you wish there is an option to pick organic ingredients for yourself from their garden and they will prep the meal for you from a very own selection of yours. Sari Organik also has delivery services. If you’re in the shopping mood, Sari Organik also sells a small selection of essential-oil infused organic, all-natural beauty products, homemade Jams, Nut butters, Hemp seeds, Chia seeds, Cacao nibs, Bali Spirulina powder, Energy bars, bamboo straws, etc..
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If you take a closer look you will notice that the menus worn and the tables are dirty, and not because that we are middle of the rice fields in an open-air restaurant. Stuff like dirt and other not so funny things are falling rapidly from the ceiling. A massive amount of these, whatever it was landing on the table just beside our plates. I don’t know about you but wasn’t really appetizing for me. Would be great attention here as it shouldn’t take too much effort to fix these issues.
Don’t think I’m too fussy but I judge restaurants by its cleanliness also in my reviews here.
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Sari Organik | Jl. Subak Sok Wayah, Tjampuhan, Ubud, Bali
Tel.: +62 361 780 1839 or 972 087
Open Daily: 8am – 8pm
An Interview with Ubud Organic Farm and Raw Food Restaurant Sari Organik Owner Nila
Conducted by Jonny Freesh
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If you still feel after a lovely lunch or dinner at the Sari Organik and you have some energy left then I would suggest to go for approx. 10 min walk up on the path and say hello to Sonu at The Rice Joglo. The building itself just simply amazing with a small organic garden front of its kitchen and the owner Sonu OMG he is such a welcoming, cheerful and full of happiness and always in action;)
The Original Dutch Rice Joglo was build last century in the Dutch colonial style. Javanese craftsmen followed a European design influence, using aged teak dating up to 150 years old. The design itself is one of a kind – there’s not another like it in the whole of Bali or Java. The Joglo was dismantled and transported from Java into the Sok Wayah rice field, where it was meticulously re-built and authentically restored to merge with the serene beauty of the rice fields, commanding panoramic views of the lush fields and mountains, yet also becoming entirely at one with it. Every plank of wood speaks of another era – you can almost feel the footsteps of all those who have trodden these floors…
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