Coming to Bali for 20 + years at least 2-3 times a year and never fail to eat here at least 3-4 a visit. Food excellent drinks cold and great service. The staff always remember us by name. Not a huge menu but what they...More
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I visited Legian Snacks many times over the past week, initially we went there for a cold drink late one very hot afternoon but ended up staying for dinner. I had Red Snapper Fish and Chips my partner had spicy Chicken wings with rice, both...More
Stuck to the Indonesian items on the menu. Food was good. Decor a little shabby & place could use a coat of paint! But for cheap eats or a quick lunch this is a good spot!
Staff are friendly food quality is good prices are reasonable beer is cold 4 of us ate here for approximately $40 au inc drinks so good value would recommend.
Who needs fancy when they have fantastic? Been coming to eat and this little place since 1992. Far from the madding crowds, far from large upmarket fancy eateries - but if you want inexpensive, wholesome Indonesian food, you'd be hard pressed to beat this little...More
Overall the family was fed. Vegetarian spring rolls were excellent. Chicken satay was good. Gado gado not to our liking. Soft boiled egg and watery satay sauce. Nasi goreng was plain and maybe a bit salty. Service was fine. Probably worth another visit.
Have been going to Legian Snacks for a number of years The food was OK without being great which is a shame because Legian Snacks use to be the go to for very good Indonesian food