is ribs-kind, agree? Ribs are one of the glorious foods that ever existed, pork
ribs to be exact. For more than 20 years, Naughty Nuri’s has sustainably held
their position as the-must-go-to restaurants in Bali. But guess what, not
everyone has eaten our ribs the right way. Here are some insights for you to
leave our place with a happy tummy and happy feeling.
1.Empty Your Stomach
mention that we serve 600gr pork ribs each portion? Yes, you heard it right.
600gr of juicy, tender and tasty spare pork ribs. So, you better empty your
stomach and prepare to be awed by our mouthwatering ribs.
2. Don't Dress Up
You don’t want end up messing up your pretty
white dress, bye-bye to lipstick otherwise you’re going to have a Joker look, or
destroy your pretty nails. Wear your most comfortable clothes because you’ll be
having a relaxing ribs-time with yourself
3. Master The Menu
We got lots of side dishes that you have to try,
and trust us, they’re worth to try! You’ll need more than 1 visit to try all of
them. Eenie meenie mineymo, choose your ribs with a couple of our sides and GO!
4. Forget Cutleries, Hello Bare Hands
fall-apart tender barbecue ribs no cutleries needed . This messy treat is even
better using your bare hands. We even provide a bones bucket where you can
throw the bones right after you eat it with your own hands. The super
comfortable and clean wash room is also available to clean up you mess.
5. Dip For Perfection
eaten Nuri’s Ribs correctly if you haven’t dipped them to our special sauce.
This special sambal sauce has been here forever and it’s like the ribs soul
mate. You can always try this sauce together with the fries, steak and even
burger. Too good to be true!
6. Get In The Zone
the food is on your table, it’s only you and the food. No cellphone, no
talking, it’s an intimate session with yourself and Nuri’s Ribs. Enjoy every bite of them.
7. Eat Slowly
It’s a wonderful treat and they should be
savored. You should enjoy every piece of it and carefully taste the rich spices
in it. Another thing is, if you eat slowly you probably won’t end up terribly
8. Pair It with Our Martini & Margarita
We know it’s extremely delicious, but you need
something to wash them down too. If you don’t drink alcohol, pick something
that complements so you won’t get bogged down by the flavors. Our suggestion is
of course the famous Nuri’s Martini or Margarita. They goes well with ribs, and
trust us it’s a good combo.
you have mastered the How to Eat Ribs. Now, get yourself ready and head to
Naughty Nuri’s Seminyak A.S.A.P.
For The Love of Food: It’s All Going Back To The Roots
As you all know, August is a very important month for all Indonesian. Although The Independence Day falls on the 17th we end up celebrating it the whole month. No matter if you’re a white collar or blue collar, living in the city or suburban, we are all celebrating this special day throughout the month. All those red & white flags hanging on almost every house and even buildings, everyone is excited as we are now 72 years old, life begins at 70s, no?
Naughty Nuri's Seminyak Team celebrating Indonesian Independence Day
Indonesia is a very wealthy country, most people said. There are more than 1,000 ethnics in this country, 1,211 languages, countless tourist attraction and in our case, innumerable delicious food comes from this our beloved country. Each province, city, even small islands have their own authentic food and we bet no one ever tries every food that this country has.
So, now…. Let’s see, you may have tried one of the Indonesian food at Nuri’s. Ibu Nuri herself is a Javanese and trust us, we might not be still here if she’s not a good Indonesian cook. In fact, our (in) famous pork ribs that we serve since 1995 is a local food using local herbs and cooked by local cooks. And, in case you didn’t realize we have other Indonesian dishes that are to die for…
1. Nuri's Nasi Goreng
Who in this world doesn’t know about this famous Indonesian food? You can almost find this dish everywhere, on the street, restaurant, houses and even 5-star eatery. And guess what? This is one of our top selling food. No argumentation needed…
Image by @nel_a
Our signature Nasi Goreng comes with sunny side up, chicken satay, chicken cutlet, and prawn crackers. Spoiled, enough?
2. Chicken Satay
Satay comes originally from Java area, Madura. Usually, people sell this food on a cart and they go to every houses complex. It has this sweet taste on the chicken and serves with peanut sauce on the side.
Nuri's Chicken Satay
Our chicken satay is quite different in terms of presentation as we have this MEGA size, bigger than usual satay. We also don’t pair this with peanut sauce, instead, we suggest you dip it with our secret sauce that placed on every table. The best way to eat this is with steamed rice just like the locals way.
3. Javanese Chicken Curry
There’s a lot of types of curry but what we have here is Javanese curry. What’s good in this dish is, we use the authentic heritage herbs from Indonesia. It’s not as thick as Indian curry as we use coconut milk instead of cream.
Javanese Chicken Curry
It’s served hot and inside you can find chicken, variety of vegetables and most importantly the richness of flavor in it. You can have this for sharing or as main dish with steamed rice. Definitely, a go to food when you need.
4. Nuri's Signature Spare Ribs
Last but definitely not the least, is our famous pork ribs. Of course, this dish is what made us famous. Nuri started her warung by selling pork ribs with her recipe which is using Balinese spices. It’s marinated with a lot of spices from Bali and glazed on lava stone.
Nuri's Signature Pork Ribs
It became so famous around expat community in Bali at that time because it’s not the same as usual BBQ sauce. These sticky babies will have you licking your fingers and begging for more. Still have doubt? Come here and try this addictive dish…
PEEK-A-BOO! Four New Comers at Naughty Nuri’s Seminyak
What’s better than introducing our new
personnel in this month?! Yep, it’s time for a refreshment to all our fans and
to our team also ;)
After a year, we’re guessing therehas to be something to add to the menu and take out
some to make sure the menu is packed,forall you need and not too scattered. In the process of
mixing new menu, we’re also received many inputs from the customers because
that’s the best thing to do! Getting to knowwhat
your customers like. Not to mention, months of testing food process in the
kitchen for a better result.
And now… we are ready to share you some of
them, fourof them to be exact, what
are the new menus items that you can expect to have on your next visit to us!
Potato Crisp Nachos
Crunchy, tasty and cheesy are the top three
words that describe how this dish will taste. Trying not to be normal, we
replace the usual corn nachos into thin slices of potato crispy to be the main
character in our version of nachos. You will find the same old condiments as
baked beans, tomato salsa and sour cream. But, you can add up to your liking
with pulled pork, grilled chicken, sausage or bacon. Still not enough? We will
put mountain of melted cheese on top of them. This is a perfect meal for
sharing and best pair with ice cold beer!
Naughty Pork Quesadilla
on the chart of Bites & Sides, is Pork Quesadilla. Who doesn’t like
quesadilla?? It’s everyone’s best friend and it’s the right food start your
lunch or dinner. The crusty tortilla
filled with juicy pulled pork, melted cheese and pineapple salsa. Kids will
definitely love this! The new twist of pineapple salsa really kicks when you
wrap it all together.You can have it for
appetizer or if you’re not good at sharing, you can have this for yourself for
mains and add mix fries to get a perfect combo.
Balinese may be familiar with this dish
which is usually called as Sup Balung. It’s basically made of pork bones and
broth with variety of herbs in it. How to eat this like a local? Pair this soup
with steamed rice with fried shallot and lastly, crackers. This bowl of heaven
could also a cure for your sore throat and would be nice to enjoy when it’s
raining outside. It can be a great additional to your pork ribs too, as you can
combine the soup with the fall off the bone Rack of Nuri’s Famous Ribs. YUM!