This restaurant is a little out of the way but defiantly worth a visit.
On arrivals, we were greeted with a small welcome drink of a frozen daiquiri.
As we studied the menus, a complimentary canapé was also presented.
The starters were lovely, a particular mention was the bruschetta, which had presented with a plump disc of silky boccicini.
A complementary basket of warm breads was also given, and it was crusty bread, with soft fluffy interior, quite different to the dense sweet breads that you find in bali.
Mains were also excellent..the mixed ravioli was Italian .bali fusion. The little parcels were flavoursome and some really different variations.
My partner had the steak entrecôte , which he thought was excellent.
A pleasant surprise was the prices included the tax and service charge, so I thought it was excellent value for money for the quality of food.
A bonus also was the art exhibition ..plasticology..by a local artist. The arts works are made from waste, and is a brilliant narrative on the unfortunate impact of the 10,000 m3 of plastic generated in Bali everyday! The infrastructure can only deal with about 6,000m3 a day, so you can guess where the rest of it lands up. A sober reminder of our impact on the island, as so much of the waste it generated meeting the needs of tourists.
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