Naughty Nuri’s, Melbourne CBD

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MELBOURNE | Naughty Nuri’s is a popular Indonesian restaurant chain that originated in Ubud, Bali in 1995. Founded by Isnuri “Nuri” Suryatmi and her husband Brian Kenney Aldinger, Naughty Nuri’s offers a menu of Indonesian fusion food – ribs, wings, cocktails, and traditional dishes. The Melbourne outlet, Australia’s first, opened in 2016 and has proven to be quite popular amongst Melburnians.

Located on the top floor of Melbourne Central, near the cinema, Naughty Nuri’s is a long open space that evokes the open air hawker centres and street food stall across South East Asia. It’s got a boisterous atmosphere which gets the desired feel right without feeling tacky or overdone. For drinks its a selection of cocktails, wines, beers, mocktails and specialty Indonesian drinks. Out of the cocktails, it’s the signature ‘Twisted Martinis’ that are most popular item on the menu, and its no wonder with 120ml of vodka or gin goodness in each serve.

When it comes to food, there’s a lot that looks appetising on the menu, but one thing that you must order are the signature pork ribs. You can order either a full of half rack of juicy ribs that have been marinated in a delicious sauce and cooked perfectly. The meat falls off the bone and the flavour is sweet and slightly spicy, with sambal on the side for an extra kick should you want it.

The beef rendang is also very tasty here, as are the beef short ribs. For sides, the fried school prawns with sriracha mayonnaise are always a good option, as are the crispy cheesy fries topped with sambal and smoked cheddar. The pork and chicken skewers are also very tasty, and served, like many of the other dishes, with sambal. The fried chicken doesn’t hit the highlights of the other dishes, being rather oily and lacking in flavour, while the crispy pork belly while tasty itself, is served in a quite oily sauce.

Overall, we were impressed by our meal at Naughty Nuri’s. There are more hits than misses on the menu, and the pricing is very reasonable, making it the kind of place that’s great to go to if you’ve got a group of people, want to share several things, and keep costs down.

And if you’re wondering what the word “Warung” that you see on the Naughty Nuri’s logo is, it’s an Indonesian word for a modest Indonesian restaurant or a place that sells things Indonesian.

Naughty Nuri’s

Melbourne Central
317/211 La Trobe Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9650 6828
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Sun – Thu: 11:00am to 10:00pm
Fri – Sat: 11:00am to 12:00am

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