Indonesia Expat - - FOOD AND DRINK -

Mas­ter­minded by Mr. Laota, a fish­er­man whose boat sank off of the shores of Bali many moons ago, Warung Laota has been serv­ing Hong Kong style por­ridge since 2002.

The eatery has come a long way from a sim­ple op­er­a­tion with only four ta­bles, and to­day its three Bali branches in Jim­baran, Tuban and Kuta stand tes­ta­ment to the qual­ity of its food. Each gen­er­ous por­tion of Warung Laota’s por­ridge con­tains top­pings such as chicken, beef, squid, fish, crab, eel and even frog. Hav­ing made his liv­ing from the ocean in the past, Mr. Laota also serves fresh seafood pre­pared in a va­ri­ety of ways—stir-fried, boiled, deep-fried and stewed. On Satur­days and Sun­days, the Jim­baran restau­rant runs dim sum cook­ing sta­tions with around 60 dif­fer­ent op­tions. Open daily from 8am to mid­night www.warunglaota.id

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