Situated at the district’s new culinary hub of Batavia, the eatery promises authentic Balinese experience.
Step inside, and you’ll be transported to Bali. The villa-style interior, complete with wooden decks, rattan chairs, and intricate wooden carvings, exudes a romantic Balinese charm.
While Balinese-themed restaurants abound in Jakarta, Made’s Warung distinguishes itself by staying true to its Balinese roots. From spices to cooking techniques, authenticity is paramount.
The brand now boasts two Jakarta locations. The first, at Plaza Senayan, caters to non-pork consumers. Meanwhile, the Batavia PIK branch offers a diverse menu featuring pork dishes infused with Balinese flavors.
Whether you’re a newcomer or craving a taste of Bali, Made’s Warung Batavia PIK serves up the best of its signature offerings. Legendary dishes include Nasi Campur Babi Guling, Nasi Goreng Babi Bumbu Bali, Crispy Pork Belly, and Babi Genyol, a succulent pork dish cooked with typical Balinese spices. Non-pork options like Bebek Betutu and Bebek Goreng Ala Made are also available, along with classic Balinese arak to complement the flavors.
For a festive dining experience, try the Megibung Karangasem set menu, inspired by Bali’s Megibung tradition. Designed for sharing, it includes five pork-based dishes, rice, vegetables, and a selection of hot chili sauces.
Adding another layer of excitement and experience, you can head to the restaurant’s own bar, set to open in September. The new addition will be offering premium wines and Balinese Arak cocktails with a waterfront view—perfect for sunset watching.
Jakarta 14470, Indonesia
T: (+62) 8111888560