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Warung Osin is a lovely restaurant on the front beach of Amed. Located on the main street of the town, in front of the hotel Cistra Lestari, Warung Osin is serving typical balinese familial food, tasty, familial and with nice portion. Nice music and free wifi are also available. If you are interested in learning cooking secrets we will be happy to share it with you.
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Table Service
All reviews nasi campur balinese chicken curry mixed salad rijsttafel curries pork fresh fish juice local couple from scratch small place delicious food last night place to eat authentic balinese food peanut sauce his wife
Had a meal there last night. Fantastic food and the owner and his wife very very nice people. Husband had chicken curry, he loved it. Loads of flavour, packed with chicken. I had fresh fish in a mild curry sauce. Great food , exceptional value...for money and cold beers. Only four tables. Would definitely recommend.More
We ate a few times at Warung Osin while we were in Amed and hands down, it was our favourite place to eat!
We tried the fish as well as a chicken dish which came with a side of vegetables in a peanut sauce. The...vegetables were the best I have had in the three months we have been in Bali. Not overcooked and they still had a slight crunch.
On our final night we ordered the Rijsttafel (24 hrs advance notice required). It was amazing. There were 10 dishes consisting of things such as: fish satay, chicken satay fish in a curry sauce, pork done in two separate sauces, beef rendang, hard-boiled eggs, sautéed vegetables, and tempeh. It was accompanied by a large basket of rice, rice crackers, peanut sauce, sambal mata and crispy shallots. It was all delicious and although the dish was for two, it really could have fed 4 people. The cost was $250K which we thought was extremely reasonable given the amount of food and how much work went into the preparation.
If you find yourself in Amed, make sure to stop in! This husband and wife duo run a great restaurant. You won't be disappointed!More
Came here for lunch after diving, the restaurant is just a small place run by a local couple. I had the Ayam nenas (chicken and pineapple curry) and my husband had chicken curry - i don't think i have tasted so much flavour in one...dish before!
They normally take last orders before 8:30 and they only have 5 tables so get there early!More