Another most favorite main courses are nasi ayam betutu (grilled chicken in betutu spices) and nasi bebek garing (Balinese-style fried duck). Each food includes a bowl of rice.
Both foods look decent; they’re behaving as if they were homemade. But after you wolf them down, you will remember the chiles. You’ll remember the richness of spices aroma and flavors. Both seem like everyday foods that have been smashed with care.
At first, es jeniper sounds like it has something to do with someone named Jennifer, as they rhyme. It turns out there is no symbolic philosophy in it. Es jeniper means “a fruit punch made of key lime extract”. It simultaneously exudes flavors of tangy key lime extract and sweetness of sugar with a hint of mint. Another best part, its portion is pretty big.
Other Balinese restaurants could create Bali vibe one hundred times better than Warung Wardani. But its foods are pretty helpful to explain the Balinese culture to locals who might not understand Bali well. There’s no real-sized temple cutout or colossal Barong decoration. You simply sit back and let yourself immerse in authentic Balinese foods.