Sari Organiks embodies many of the values and the movements being made in Ubud, Bali and wider society today. Owned by Balinese chef Nila, Sari Organiks stands for ‘essence of natural’ and represents a model for: independent, local, organic farming with balanced, ethical, environmental sustainability at its core. It aims to educate and inspire others to follow suit and join efforts to grow ‘Green Bali’.
The organisation grows rice and a variety of fruits and vegetables from two of their own gardens around their Bodog Meliah restaurant and in the Bali mountains. In addition to this they process: jams, fruit wines, tofu, soy feta, breads to name a few, and continue to add new, improved foods and healthy produce. This produce is used within their two Ubud restaurants:
Warung Bodog Meliah and one in Penstanan, near Alchemy, with an attached shop and is the hub for their local deliveries for mindful food consumers.
Warung Bodog Meliah
Walking down the main street on Jl. Raya before the Campuhan bridge turn right at Abangan Water way, down a narrow back passage way and out into the open paddy fields behind. Follow the path, for about 10 mins, through this beautiful landscape, with ducks and farmers in their coned hats, and you will arrive at the Warung. This busy yet peaceful restaurant has a range of seating for lounging, meeting with friends or simply taking in the spectacular views; and the food does not disappoint! Honest, local, healthy food bringing happiness to you inside and out! See the pictured yumminess I enjoyed this sunday: feta salad and liver cleansing green juice!
Sari Organics 2, Penstanan
Located on the road towards Alchemy, a newly opened restaurant with an attached shop and the hub for all your local, organic produce needs with no guilt attached!
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(0361) 780 1839 or 972 087