When it rains, the tin roof sounds like a tap-dance convention and the bare lightbulbs sway in the breeze. A little garden surrounds tables a few steps above the road where diners tuck into plates of sizzling fresh Indo fare. Cheap Bintang. For those on a regular holiday with money to spare, Ubud has on offer a plethora of cafes, restaurants and bars. Big, small, fancy, comfy, loud and romantic, whatever your heart desires its there, or so it seems to those of us on a strict starve-the-monk budget. Hidden in a dark street off Dewi Sita (road running between Monkey Forest and Hanoman) is the most unpretentious, yet surprisingly comforting warung offering a few floor sitting tables and two big sharing ones with benches. The walls and ceiling are covered in weaved bamboo and fans are the only cooling relief on offer.