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Wacko Burger Restaurant (Bali)

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Update July 2015 : Wacko Burger Restaurant in Jimbaran has closed and the one in Oberoi relocated to the following address: Jalan Drupadi 18, Seminyak, Bali (Phone 082144010888). This is the review I wrote last year: Wacko is a small burger restaurant chain with currently 2 locations in Bali (Seminyak and Jimbaran). I visited the branch of Jimbaran on a Sunday night.  The restaurant was not too busy as it had just opened two weeks earlier. The owner is Tino Sugiarta , a friendly Belgian from Indonesian descent. He welcomed us and took some time to chat as we were waiting for our food. The menu features all kinds of unique burgers. We weren't in the mood for experiment so we tried an easy one, the Classic Hamburger with extra cheese and fries. It was cheap: 166,000 rp net for 2 burgers + drinks.  The taste was excellent, far superior to the one I experienced in the very expensive Three Buns in Jakarta.

Jef's Burgers 24-Hour Restaurant Bali

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Jef's Burger is a small restaurant offering cheap, yet average burgers. The service was very laid-back during my visit. I was barely acknowledged by the waiters when I entered, and it took quite a long time for them to come to me and take my order. They were friendly but it seems like there was no management and that the sinetron on TV was more interesting than what was happening in the main room. If you are easy-going yourself and enjoying your holiday, this homey atmosphere could actually be of some interest to you, but for me it was rather frustrating. Cheese Burger Overall : My impression is that Jef's Burger is a run-down restaurant. It was probably popular a few years back, but with the competition in Bali at the moment (think of Wacko or Swich ), the owners should step up their games if they want to keep existing. This mean improving the service and the quality of their burgers.

Yut'z Place (Legian, Bali)

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Yut'z Place is a good value restaurant located between Legian and Seminyak in Bali. It was opened in 2001 by Mimo Habibii who I believe is a Swiss German with Egyptian origins (please correct me if I'm wrong). I found the place by accident and I am glad I did! It looks like any other restaurants from the outside. It is simple, in the open-air, and clean. The great thing about it is the complete, affordable menu. They are particularly famous for their steaks but you can have pretty much anything you could think (Continental and Indonesian food). I had the Giant Healthy Salad (i forgot the price, I think around Rp70,000 Net). It was truly huge and healthy, the best I've had in Bali. The Giant Healthy Salad! The service was really friendly and the waiters will bring you a cold towel and a frozen margarita as a welcome drink. Overall: I will definitely come back to try more items on the menu! The only drawback is the location which is not so easy to find. To

Rumours (Seminyak)

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In Seminyak, Rumours is probably one of the best value for money restaurants you'll find. Not every dishes on the menu is a hit, but if you go for the seafood or meat, it should be decent. At night, Rumours is also a popular drinking joint albeit it closes early. They may have DJs playing occasionally but the schedule is uncertain.