Warung Tegal or Warteg can literally be translated as Tegal Kiosk. Warung is an Indonesian word of Javanese origin for kiosk or shop, and Tegal is the name of a city and regency in the north-western coast of the Province of Central Java.
As a term, however, Warung Tegal (warteg) refers to an eating place that provides a variety of inexpensive food of rice and its side dishes. It's named Warug Tegal because this kind of restaurants originally comes from Tegal and are owned and operated by people from that area.
Warung Tegal can be found almost anywhere in the country, especially in big cities. This one is on Jalan Dr. Setiabudhi in the north of Bandung. It's very popular among students and low income workers.