Stunning setting for a dinner by candle-light in the grounds of the Antonio Blanco Museum, the open air pavilion with its red walls and huge central display of towering orchids looked magnificent and the tables and chairs dotted around outside allowed a good view of the performance stage.
There was a choice of three or four set menus each consisting of entrée, main and dessert for varying prices, or a la carte. All tastes were well catered for - there were Indonesian and International choices. The drinks list was extensive and reasonably priced.
Firstly we were served with a complimentary "amuse bouche" of fresh spring roll which was delicious accompanied by small white bread rolls with unsalted butter. Top marks! This was a very nice touch.
Everyone at our table enjoyed their food - my 3 countries duck was exemplary, the loin rack of lamb was pink and delicious, the ayam goreng was spicy and the "sorth" (?) ribs were enjoyed but a bit too fatty for my husband's taste.
Service was prompt and efficient.
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights have a dance performance starting at 7.30pm. My preference would be to either dine or watch a dance - not at the same time, but many people were enjoying the entertainment and the orchestra was good.
The bill for four people eating 4 entrees, 4 mains, one dessert, 5 bottles of water and one bottle of wine came to 1.5million rupiah. Considering the standard of the food, service and the venue I consider this good value. We will definitely return on a night with no dancing!
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