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Naughty Nuris

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Published March 9th 2017
of Balinese, American and Mexican cuisine you choose
Naughty Nuris Warune offers a fusion of Balinese, American and Mexican cuisine. There is a sense of fun that you don't often find in the city. Take the children or meet up with friends after work or a long day of shopping. There are mocktails, and milkshakes with flavours such as "Nutella & peanut butter" or perhaps you would prefer an "Oreo" milkshake. They also offer a large range of alcoholic cocktails to you wind down after a busy day.

Melbourne Central, Balinese, grilled ribs
Easy to find in Melbourne Central, no need to brave Melbourne's tempermental weather, close to the cinemas and trains.


The staff are friendly, attentive, and patient. The menu is clearly marked with vegetarian and gluten free options, lets you know if a dish is spicy, There are no surprises here, what you see is what you get.

Balinese, ribs, cocktails
There is a sense of fun at naughty Nuri's


Ribs can be very messy, a nightmare to eat. Naughty Nuri's has the solution however, they supply a plastic glove so that you don't spend the rest of the day/evening smelling like a BBQ grill.

Keeping it Clean
Keeping it Clean


Amongst the menu offerings are soups, Balinese dishes, tapas, wraps and grills. It's hard to decide but I'd like to recommend You must try the signature BBQ Pork ribs they are delicious. The Truffle Fries with sweet chilli mayo great as nibbles during happy hour or an accompaniment for a meal.

Delicious
The Truffle Fries with sweet chilli mayo great as nibbles during happy hour or an accompaniment for a meal.


In case you were wondering what is a warune as I did here is the answer - According to Wikipedia, it "is a type of small family-owned business — often a casual shop, a modest small restaurant or café — in Indonesia, and to a lesser extent, Malaysia. A warung is an essential part of daily life in Indonesia." Just like in Indonesia, you get the picture.
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Why? An Electic blend of of Balinese, American and Mexican cuisine that needs to be experienced.
When: 11:00 - 22:00
Phone: (03) 9650 6828
Where: Shop Level 3, 317 Melbourne Central Shopping Centre 211 La Trobe Street 3000 Melbourne
Cost: Under $10 for fancy chips to an average of $15 for most dishes or $59 for the mixed platter.
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This place sounds inviting and the food looks good
by RC (score: 3|1211) 73 days ago
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