Indus Jin. Raya Sanggingan, Ubud. The owner of this atmospheric spot inside an vintage building, Ketut Suardana, is a story in himself. So is his wife, Janet DeNeefe, who is a noted expert on Balinese cuisine and hosts the town’s annual food festival. Together they own three top restaurants in Ubud plus a guesthouse. The couple also sponsors an annual writers conference. This restaurant’s open-air dining room overlooks a vast jungle area and is both nicely decorated and comfortable. My Asian-fusion lunch here included some crispy appetizer chips and a delicious shrimp curry. It was among the best cuisine I enjoyed in Bali. And I must mention that the restrooms, located downstairs and with a view into the garden, are surprisingly special and a don’t-miss (scroll down).
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