As with most of the restaurants in Bali (though pricer than the rest of Indonesia), you can often get gourmet style food for a fraction of the price--a generous helping of Gnocchi or Beef Tartar for little more than 6 or 7 dollars. When you've grown accustomed to a plate of pasta 1/3 of that size and 2x the price, it's definitely a steal. So the food wasn't AMAZING amazing (I'll detail below), but it was pretty darn good given the quality and price.
Cute rustic set up. We sat on the second floor at the "family" table.
We had (I don't remember exact names)
seafood salad: the greens were delicious, as was the tangy vinagrette, and a healthy (but not overflowing) smattering of shrimp, baby octopus, and maybe something else
blue cheese gnocchi: the sauce was and creamy and pungent while the gnocchi was velvety with just enough bite
smoked salmon and spinach tagliatelle: acceptable, the spinach was in a cream sauce and a little difficult to discern and the salmon seemed more cooked than smoked and lacked the salty bite.
Pumpkin ravioli: great balance of filling and thin but al dente outside
Beef tartar: good enough, but a little too much seasoning (and mayo?) that made the patty more reminiscent of canned meat than tartar and that I suspect was covering less than stellar meat
Mee goreng: authentic, noodles were just right (not soggy) and not too oily.
Carrot Mango Smoothie: A great balance of both flavors (not too sweet but not too carroty) delicious though not mind blowing for $1-2 USD sure beats the $6 juices of NYC.
Carrot Ginger: Basically just fresh carrot juice with not much ginger.
Overall a great value--I'd say if you were staying a few days in Seminayak it's worth a try, but if less, I'd limit myself to the best of the bests.
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