We enjoyed our lunch at Rondji restaurant. The food was delicious and the prices affordable. Recommended!
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I spent a special birthday dinner at Rondji and the staff realised the special day and came in procession singing the birthday song and presenting me with a huge slab of chocolate with my name on it. It was a memorable experience. Great food and wonderful dance performance. Excellent value.
I has dinner at the restaurant on Saturday night. They have live music which is really with a good band ad singer. I ordered a bebek betutu ( duck) which is served with a really tasty sauce and a healthy juice. Dessert is Duo Lak Lak ( based on coconut flavor) and brownies. Personally I prefer the brownie cake because... More
Ronji restaurant placed at complex of Antonio Blanco Museum. This restaurant is artistic and has various menu. Beautiful place...and good food.
Perched in between the hills of Ubud, Rondji restaurant is one of the best places to relax and enjoy the quality of life with your beloved. In addition to the sumptuous meal, guests can visit and tour the Blanco family temple, vast garden with exotic birds, and museum with extensive paintings. The restaurant has basically evolved from the museum’s café... More
I've been doing to Bali for 12 years but never ventured up this driveway where Blanco Museum is located. Rondji is a beautiful restaurant and maybe it was just the perfect day and time to visit - just before sunset on a Sunday - but the drinks runneth over, the pupus were perfect and the view outstanding. Many don't know... More
A real nice atmosphere. From the terrace you can look over the river deep down and see who is sitting in the lounge of Murni's Warung on the other side... Their food is a good try to melt Balinese style into Nouvelle Cuisine. Yet their Bebek is excellent. The staff is very friendly, but they should get some language training.
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