Naughty Nuris speciality balinese pork-rib connoisseurs will already know about the celebrated grill house, But if you happen to be in the southern part of the island (and craving for some finger lickin’ good grills) you need not go too far, as this Batubelig extension has landed just west of Seminyak.
Naughty Nuris, savour the well-known grilled delights the island’s legendary name in pork ribs has to offer, and more. Naughty Nuri’s specialises in succulent ribs and chops, but also serves a range of dishes from ‘appeteasers’ to salads, soups, sandwiches, steaks, Asian selections, and burgers, not to mention, notorious signature martinis.
Naughty Nuris, also has appetisers like nachos, salads, sandwiches; and other BBQ items like Pork Chops and Grilled Chicken.
Inside, Naughty Nuris walls are so dotted with framed photos, posters and odd knick-knacks that one nearly misses the presence of a bar in the corner. Amongst the photos of the owners and their regulars is a picture with the words “Eat, Pay, Leave,” a cheeky take on the best-selling memoir by Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love, a self-realization novel that partly takes place in Ubud and has been said to have boosted tourism to the area. The poster is indicative of the feel of the restaurant: laid back and tongue-in-cheek; and decorated like something out of a ‘60s diner in the United States – visually exciting, colorful and homely at the same time.
Naughty Nuris, has done incredibly well to stand out from the thousands of roadside warungs and more expensive eateries in Bali, including numerous write-ups in popular guidebooks and mainstream media. The modest restaurant has become so popular that its clientele, comprising mostly tourists, have made Naughty Nuri’s a must-stop during their travels through the artist town of Ubud, about a 1.5 hour drive from the tourist hotspot of Kuta.