Warung Bali is a Sunday-only pop-up that operates out of Iki Ramen in Koreatown and specializes in Balinese-style seafood bento boxes. For only $22, you get grilled snapper and shrimp, spicy sauteed squid, urab sayur (Balinese mixed vegetable), acar (pickled vegetables), and two different kinds of sambal. It’s a great value, but considering how incredible the food tastes, we’d pay double that to get it. All pre-orders are done through their Instagram.
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