Author: Chic Eater
I was full after having lunch that day, but this restaurant’s outside interior has caught my attention and tickled my curiosity. I was drawn to enter and I immediately fell in love with the frenchy interior. I’m impressed with how the designer put all the intricate decorations. She put a lot of attention to detail here and make it warm and cozy yet sophisticated. The atmosphere’s just spot-on and I ended up with light bites and drinks.
We got complimentary breads before they served our order as follows:
Goujonettes (IDR 45.000) – Deep fried fish with tartar sauce. The fish was well-fried and it created a balanced taste when you dipped it to the tartar sauce.
Beef Carpaccio (IDR 75.000) – Tenderloin with enoki mushroom, rucola, and parmesan cheese. The raw tenderloin and rucola drizzled with lemon mint gave a somewhat refreshing taste combination. It works well except for the parmesan cheese slices.
Lombok Quencher (IDR 25.000) – Coconut water, orange, lime
Moroccan Squash (IDR 25.000) – Lime, mint, soda water
I was impressed with the whole package of the restaurant. Even the service was warm, polite and attentive. I will surely visit this place again and try the mains and other dishes from the menu the next time I come by to Bali. It was a fine addition to the growing list of gems in Bali’s culinary world.
Jl. Kayu Aya no. 117
P: +62 361 738308
Average spending: IDR 150.000