I am with our new house guests who are staying at our Bali holiday accommodation for this week. We ventured out to a Balinese warung called Biah Biah. What is great about it -- is the music is gentle, the service is great and the food is fresh. Rather than having a set meal I ordered many small things. I started out with Burbur ayam (chicken rice porridge) which was nice. Then I had babi kecap or stir fried pork with sweet and soy sauce for Rp 7,000. For veggies I ordered Sayur Urab or soy beans, long bean, grated coconut dressed with Balinese spices for Rp 5,000. Mostly what I ordered were small servings in a bamboo leaf. So you can try many things. Sabrina and Ginny, guests from our villa rental, tried the bream - rice wine with 8% alcohol.