A regular lunch spot for me when on my regular Amed weekend visits. My orders are almost always the same [for a group of 5-6 locals and myself].
Crispy Tempe, done the way I like it, the tempe sliced thin and tossed with chilli sambal and crushed peanuts, hot, sweet and crisp!
Coconut Fish is an unusual dish. Minced fish not that different to what is used in Pepes Ikan but wrapped in a coating of shredded coconut and deep-fried.
Foo Yung Hai is Indonesian Chinese, a flat vegetable omelette, at Wayan's Warung it is topped with a cross between a salsa and a sambal, chopped tomatoes with chillies, onions and things.
I always check the fish [no one can control which fish are out there in the ocean waiting to be caught every night] if not Tuna then I order a serve, which is grilled out the back. It comes with the same sauce/salsa/sambal.
Chicken Sate here is normally pieces of juicy chicken [not overcooked in the normal Indonesian style] and always with that special Balinese peanut sauce, kecap manis and lessor galangal added.
A Chicken Curry, made with coconut milk, for adding to the rice, and maybe a Pepes Ikan for a bit of local spice.
THIS IS JUST A MINI REVIEW