The restaurant is in the back garden of somebody's house. You sit in between the growing vegetables and friut trees. You will see the ingredients being collected from this garden and going straight to your plate or glass. I tried the Balinese satay ayam, which was heavenly. For drink, try one of their fresh juices, which are to die for (epecially the lemongrass one!).
The service is also great and you can buy some of their specialties in the shop at the front of the house.
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