I've been to the restaurant and have bought pastries there three times since it opened in Sanur and I found it average. It's not any better than the other cafes in Sanur. I'd like to review the Deli and hope you find it useful. The space is really well done, it's clean and bright and everything is always stacked very neatly. However a closer look will show you that the fruits and veggies are a little past their prime; I saw dried out cucumbers, bruised mangos, moldy blueberries (which cost 2 times the same blueberries you'll find in Carrefour or Batu Jimbar's The Pantry). I bought fresh meat on 3 occasions: pork sausages, pre-prepared Chicken cordon blue and Harvey tenderloin. And all 3 times we found the meat to be old and "funny" tasting, aka not fresh. We threw out the sausages and ate the tenderloin with a lot of sauce to disguise the taste. I have decided to give up on the deli for fresh meat and fruits, but I will still come back for their hard to find items, like oven bags. I do appreciate that they have car parking available in the back.
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