A friendly spot with simple good fare
Jl Mutiana, Labuan Bajo
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Expect stir-fried squid, fried chicken, coconut milk stews, nasi rendang, fried spicy chicken and fried fish, among other typical Padang items here -- you'll pay around 16,000 to 20,000 rupiah per dish.
It's located near the water and is a good place for a cheap, spicy and authentic warung meal. Don't be put off by the pre-cooked food here and at similar warung eateries -- Indonesians have mastered the art of preserving food without spoilage at room temperature, thanks to slow-cooking and the use of spices. There's coffee and tea as well, and a friendly orange cat. Don't forget the sambal -- not that it's easy to in these parts.
By Faine Greenwood
Last updated on 24th May, 2014.