This reliable Seminyak staple is neither too local nor too Seminyak-flashy. It's just a handy little fuel station in central Seminyak, drop-in-convenient any time of day, and serving decent (though not startlingly good) standard Western, Asian, and Indonesian fare at reasonable prices. With its choice of seating—from street-side sit-up bar counters for voyeuristic people-watching to bench-style long tables—Ocha fits all: Families, singletons, groups, long-term expats, and those simply needing a break from Seminyak's relentless glitz. For (nervous) Indonesian cuisine novices, it's also a good spot to break into local favorite standards such as ayam soto (chicken soup), sates, and mie goring (fried noodles). Typical staples are displayed in the pick 'n' mix glass cabinet. Western burgers, including the signature Sicko Burger (a beef burger with salad in a big bun), Indian and Thai curries, pastas, sandwiches, and breakfasts are also available, as are healthy juices like the Power Booster and the Wheatgrass Shot, and not-so-health-giving homemade cakes. The extensive garden courtyard at the back, shaded by mature trees and red cotton umbrellas, has a centerpiece ornamental fountain and makes for a pleasant oasis from Seminyak's traffic. Note that service can be a tad sketchy, however.