Small Coffee shop and café on the beach just past Jalan Sindhu. Very good for an afternoon snack and we also ate here 3 times for a main meal between 20th Feb and the 10th Mar 2013. It was the only place we found tempura vegetables served and these were excellent shared as a mid afternoon snack.
It was probably the best ‘local’ restaurant I ate at in terms of the spiciness of the food. My 3 meals were the Rosetta Salad, Seafood Fried Rice Goreng with 1 king prawn and Mie Goreng. My wife had given up on the blandness of the local cuisine by this time and had the western menu. Club sandwich, chicken Sandwich etc, both sandwiches were well filled and the chicken was in a baguette. The peanut sauce that accompanied my Goreng dishes was crunchy and almost as spicy as those in Malaysia and the side salads and dishes actually contained chillies. Decent portions.
The staff were very good with excellent service. As it is near Jalan Sindhu it was good to people watch particularly on Sunday when the Balinese find time to relax on the beach. Main courses 25,000 rupiah upwards, large Bintang 26,000 and a bottle of the local Hatten wine was 180,000 rupiah. Good atmosphere.
Ten percent tax charged no service charge, internet blogs and ex-pats we met said that only the larger establishments were liable for this tax although we found all restaurants charged it.
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