a warung is an indonesian style food-stall, usually on the side of the road, where the local people drink their coffee and have a little sweet snack, and gossip about the day to day life in the village. made’s warung was a little road side stall like that in the sixties. run by her grandma, her mother and assisted by the daughters, catering to the villagers in kuta, which was still a sleepy fishing village. in the late sixties and early seventies the first travelers, tourists, hippies, surfers or whatever name people gave to foreign holiday makers, came to bali and life in rustic kuta beach started to change. people wanted a little more than un-filtered coffee, rice cake, fried rice and rice desserts. made, the oldest daughter in the family, slowly changed the balinese warung into a more suitable eating place for foreigners, without changing the concept and the structure of a warung.