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“Seriously good food!”
Review of Mozaic Beach Club - CLOSED

Mozaic Beach Club
Cuisines: Asian, French, Contemporary
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Good for: Romantic
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Delivery, Private Dining, Reservations
Description: On the secluded shoreline of Batu Belig beach, Chef James Ephraim brings the Mozaic food quality and culinary concept of Western cuisine influenced by South East Asian flavours to a more relaxed and affordable beachside brasserie setting. The ambience of the brasserie is informal, relaxed and contemporary with live DJs serving up the perfect soundtrack for your meal. The decor echoes the culinary philosophy, effortlessly blending elements of traditional Indonesian art and craft with modern contemporary architecture. With unimpeded views over the Indian Ocean, the cosy & vibrant dining room of Mozaic Brasserie is a place to create special memories that will last a lifetime.
Reviewed July 3, 2014

Me and my parents were longing for a good dinner while we're in Bali then a friend suggested us to try Mozaic. Located on Batu Belig beach (near Petitenget), the restaurant was a part of a beach club. From the moment we stepped in, everything was right. The decor was not too overly glam but it was nice. The staff was warm and unpretentious. And the food was almost perfect. As an Indonesian, I understand very much the frustration of being a chef in Indonesia - a very limited access to fresh meat and foreign delicacies, for example- yet Mozaic was able to deliver the best of what Bali's food market can offer. I had an amazing risotto but probably what I loved the most were the amuse bouche. The chef went a great length to entertain our taste buds with his amazing collections of amuse bouche. This restaurant is not cheap, expect to pay around USD$50-$100/person (A-la-Carte menu) but you will not disappointed. Oh yes, do call beforehand to reserve your seat.

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Reviewed July 3, 2014

After seeing signs for Mozaic for two weeks we finally decided to go there on our last day. Why did we wait so long!!
A great location right on the beach. Various seating options as well as lounge options and a pool. A great selection of drinks and food too all served by happy and helpful staff.
Very happy to have found such a place with out being over crowded like some of the similar 'named' places in bali.

Thank Martin_Jess
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Reviewed June 30, 2014

We ordered cappuccino and creme brulee. it's only ordinary cappucino .... but the creme brulee has a unique taste ... soft, not too sweet and a little sour. Very delicious....

The location is just front of the beach and relatively quiet....

Thank Dina_Pantja
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Reviewed June 29, 2014

I had VVIP clients who needed to catch an early dinner before flying back to Australia on June 26th. The main guest is a legend in Australian Hotel and Tourism circles. He built and operates luxury resorts and restaurants in Tasmania.

I called ahead to make sure an early supper for 5 at 6pm was possible. Reservation handled professionally. We were greeted at the door and shown a great table with a seaview. Our waiter knew the menu inside and out and the resulting dinner was superb, as were the two bottles of NZ Pinot Noir.

The chef sent amazing "bonus" amuse bouche twice during the dinner and the GM - Richard Irving, paid a courteous call to the table to briefly check all was in order.

This is not the cheapest place to eat in Bali. Nor, in truth, is it the most expensive. But every component of the dinner and service was faultless, which to me is both priceless and rare. 5 people with pre-dinner cocktails, 3 courses each including dessert, imported bottled waters and 2 bottle of good wine (sadly, expensive everywhere in Bali) the total bill was Rp. 6.3 million, including 18% tax and service. (US$525 or US$390 minus the wines).

Distractingly good? The Australian hospitality icon has begun each of severall telephone calls over the past week by praising Mozaic at length before we could even start to focus on business. Mozaic - a place without parallel in Bali unless, of course, your visiting its Sister Restaurant - Mozaic Grastonomique in Ubud.

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Thank BaliUpdateEditor
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Reviewed June 27, 2014

We had light bites and juice at this beach club. The staff is very friendly and they even served us free mini tapas and dessert! It is not crowded so it is an ideal place to relax on a lazy afternoon. Best to be there during late afternoon to evening to catch the lovely sunset.

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Thank Asiancat
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