Author: Chic Eater
After the culinary trip to El Kabron that day, I went back to seminyak for my dinner since my lodging at the time was in proximity to that area. I decided to try Barbacoa, a newly opened dining place on petitenget. The place looked mysterious to me and I happen to be easily enticed by perplexing things 😀
Upon entering the restaurant through a wooden-arch double doors around 8.30pm local time, it was packed with visitors mostly wearing tidier clothes than the usual casual beach attire. I would categorize it as fine dining establishment. The interior was rustic with high warehouse ceiling, red brick decorated walls, mosaic tiles and chopped woods, imparting a heavy rustic industrial mood. Well designed!
Skimming through the menu, I could see that their mains are revolving around BBQ and woodfire, charcoal grilled dishes. I ordered 2 tapas, 1 main and a sides.
Cuban Pulled Pork Slider (IDR 45,000) – with pickled red onion, aioli, tomato.
Braised Beef Brisket Corn Taco (IDR 35,000) – with pico de gallo, radish.
Both Tapas were nicely presented and neatly prepared. Liked it.
Charcoal Grilled Prawns (IDR 125,000) – served with guajillo chili marinade and avocado.
The prawns were flawlessly cooked. Nice texture and taste.
Spanish Style Fried Potatoes (IDR 55,000) – garlic aioli and chives. A great side dish to accompany grilled mains.
I have no regrets whatsoever selecting these dishes for my dinner.
Beverages to accompany this lavish dinner were:
Arawak (IDR 50,000) – pineapple, mango, passion, fresh lime
Undurraga Brut, a sparkling wine from Chile (by the glass IDR 100,000)
Agreeably, it is one of my favorite fine dining restaurants in Bali. You should try it if you are visiting seminyak.
Jalan Petitenget 14, Kerobokan
Open: Weekend 6 pm – 12 midnight, Weekdays 6 pm – 11 pm
P: +62 361 739 233