Here are some of Murni’s Warung Food Photos:
Soto Ayam – Chicken-soup Indonesian style.
This well-known soup comes from Java and is flavored with lemon-grass, ginger, kafir lime leaves and served with steamed white or organic red rice, glass-noodles and a boiled egg garnish. Mildly spicy.
Daniel’s Italian mother’s hearty, nutritious Minestrone Soup.
One of our favourite soups at Murni’s Warung . The secret is to give the broth character without overwhelming the other ingredients.
Creamy Pumpkin Soup.
Who doesn’t love a perfectly crispy spring roll? Called lumpia in Bali. Spring rolls have been a popular snack in Asia for centuries. They originated in China and were eaten at spring time. They started as a pancake filled with the new season’s spring vegetables.
An Indonesian salad of slightly steamed vegetables, hard-boiled, spiced eggs, tofu, tempeh, cucumber, tomatoes and shrimp crackers. The key to this delicious dish is our home made peanut sauce dressing. In 2018, Gado-Gado was nominated as one of 5 national dishes of Indonesia.
Bebek Betutu – Balinese Duck.
Bebek Betutu – Balinese Duck – Other than flying or floating, this is the only way you want your duck. Bali’s most famous dish. The method of preparation is unique. To make the meat really tender, the outside and inside of the duck is rubbed and filled with Balinese spices. It is wrapped with the bark of the areca palm tree and buried with coconut fibres and smoked underground very slowly for about 8 – 10 hours until it is so tender that the meat falls off the bone and melts in the mouth. It is served with vegetable lawar and yellow rice. The Balinese only eat this dish on special ceremonial occasions.
Murni’s Tutu Ayam.
A traditional local chicken dish. Slow-cooked for 8 hours with Balinese spices and served with yellow rice and mixed Balinese vegetables.
Stir-fried noodles with vegetables and pieces of chicken.
Skewers of chicken, beef, fish, or pork served over glowing charcoal with our home made peanut sauce. Indonesian Satė is listed as number 14 of the world’s 50 best foods according to CNN Travel’s readers’ poll compiled in July 2017.
Satė Lilit – Balinese style satė, chicken or fish. Preparation takes half a day. Eating takes less than half an hour!
Grilled Fish Steak.
From The Charcoal Grill – Grilled Fish Steak served with Balinese sambel matah – a slightly spicy, tasty, traditional Balinese relish of raw lemongrass, shallots, chilies and lime leaves.
Beef Rendang – Voted by CNN Travel as the clear winner of the ‘World’s Most Delicious Food’. Beef is slowly simmered with coconut milk and a mixture of lemongrass, galangal, garlic, turmeric, ginger and chilies, then left to stew for hours to create a dish of tender, flavorful bovine goodness. This Sumatran dish is served at ceremonial occasions and to honored guests. It will send your stomach into overdrive.
Murni’s Fish in taucho sauce.
Murni’s Fish in taucho sauce – An award winning dish, served with steamed white or organic red rice.
Original Upper Elk Valley Cheeseburger.
One of our original dishes from 1974. The Cheeseburger was invented in 1920 in Pasadena, California, an amazing 20 years after the hamburger. Lionel Sternberger (no pun intended), a cook at his father’s sandwich shop, ‘The Rite Spot’, decided to place a slab of cheese on top of a hamburger, inventing one of the world’s most loved dishes.
Thai-Style Green Chicken Curry.
Thai-Style Green Chicken Curry – served with steamed white or organic red rice. Kermit got it wrong. It’s not hard being green, it’s delicious. Thankfully, someone invented rice, with which diners can mop up the last drizzles of curry sauce. The king of curries. Please tell us if you like it hot!
Chicken Parmesan Salad.
Finely sliced chicken breast, parmesan cheese and crisp croutons.
Raw Zoodles – zoodles, otherwise known as zucchini noodles. Our chef is spiralizing zucchini and making you believe that you’re eating noodles! But these are delicious, low-carb, gluten-free, fresh and raw – spiralized zucchini, broccoli, red peppers, carrot and basil leaves with a tasty, tangy Italian herb dressing of olive oil, lime, parsley, garlic and honey.
Healthy Avocado and Cucumber Salad.
Healthy Avocado and Cucumber Salad – lettuce, lomato, avocado, cucumber, onion, green olives, cashew nuts and carrot with honey mustard.
Healthy Vegan Rolls.
Healthy Vegan Rolls – carrot, turnip, sprouts, baby romaine salad, white sesame seeds, black pepper, and coriander leaves with a garlic, ginger dressing.
Veggie Burger – with tempe, carrots, onion and lettuce served with French fries.
Several places claim to be the creator of this classic layered sandwich. The famous Saratoga Club House in Saratoga Springs, New York in 1894 as well as the Union Club of New York City, take credit for creating the club sandwich, short for clubhouse. The latest theory is that ‘club’ is an acronym for ‘chicken lettuce under bacon’.
Fishburger – burger of the seas.
Vegetable Croquettes – served with our home made tartar sauce.
Vegetarian Curry – full of French beans, boiled egg, cauliflowers, broccoli, potatoes, carrots, tempe, our home made curry sauce and the pièce de résistance: a slice of banana – served with steamed white or red rice.
Hot Dog and Mustard.
Hot Dog and Mustard – stuffed with gherkins, onions, tomatoes and lettuce.
Fish and Chips.
Fish and Chips – served with our home made tartar sauce. Anything that’s been around since the 1860s can’t be doing much wrong.
Spaghetti Bolognaise – There’s a reason spaghetti is so popular – it just works.
Murni’s Balinese Caramel Cake.
Murni’s Balinese Caramel Cake – A delicious cake made for the Gods at Balinese ceremonies.
Cheesecake with fresh strawberry sauce. The Ancient Greeks were serving small cheesecakes to the athletes during the first Olympic Games on the Island of Delos in 776 BC and the Romans were giving them as offerings to the gods.
Balinese Black Rice Pudding.
Most visitors to Bali fall in love with the wonderful nutty flavour of Balinese Black Rice Pudding, with rich coconut cream. It’s actually a deep purple colour and is called bubur injin. It can be served at breakfast or as a dessert.
Mary’s Grandmother’s Scrumptious Apple Pie.
Mary’s Grandmother’s Scrumptious Apple Pie – home made goodness at its very best, made even better if you add ice cream!
Strawberry Banana Yoghurt Pie .
Why has the Strawberry Banana Yoghurt Pie been on the menu since 1974? Because it’s a winner! And it’s made from the same yoghurt culture that’s even older!
Poppy Seed Cake.
Poppy Seed Cake – with lemon frosting.
Moist Coconut Cake (seasonal).
You start by climbing a tree and cutting down a coconut.
Banana Cream Cheese Pie.
Chocolate Chip Bar.
A great power snack. Chocolate Chip Bar.
Murni’s Warung Food Photos