Well hidden from the main road, Bodag Maliah combines local produce with serene rice field views. Spend the afternoon on the open-air upper level, enjoying cool breezes and lavish scenery over a Balinese crepe with local fruit and a glass of homemade wine. Generous portions of international dishes for both herbivores and carnivores feature vegetables freshly harvested from the organic garden (Bodag Maliah means "overflowing basket" in Balinese). Standouts at this place,
also known as Sari Organik, include gado-gado (Indonesian steamed vegetables with spicy peanut sauce) and the restaurant's own feta cheese made with tofu.