Eating at Warung Adi is a bit like sitting down for a family meal. It’s warm and inviting with simple but neatly kept tables, photos on the walls, and smiley, aproned grandmas serving up lunch. The house specialty is nasi ayam komplit (komplit basically means ‘give me everything you’ve got).
Moist, curry-flavored shreds of chicken, grilled pork satay, telor balado (boiled egg smothered in that addictive fishy sambal), urap (warm salad of bean sprouts, bitter melon, green beans and shredded coconut), sweet and spicy peanuts, and crispy chicken skin make up a typical portion. Adi’s chunkier-than-usual sambal adds yet more spice and flavor, though each separate item is tasty enough on its own.