In 1969, Made opened a pioneering warung (roadside stall) in Kuta. The Seminyak branch opened in 1987, continuing the tradition in an open-air space where you can see Balinese dance performances five nights a week. (Reserve a table near the stage for the best view.) This beloved institution boasts a voluminous menu, ranging from Indonesian standards to the chef's take on dishes from Italy or Japan. It's a good place to try nasi campur, a bed of rice surrounded with chicken, vegetables, and tofu, as wellas rujak kuah pindang, a fruit salad in a tart broth.