July 03, 2019

Massimo – il Ristorante has been the star of the Sanur dining scene ever since opening. It is probably the biggest restaurant in the area and without doubt the busiest. Part of that reason is Massimo the always present chef/owner who is forever attempting to improve what is on offer. His latest product to introduce […]

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Warung d’Uma Tapan is my latest discovery. A new style warung, it serves restaurant food at warung prices. A team of talented young Balinese professionals have taken over this site and are making an impact with their mix of local and international dishes. It is a simple, yet attractive, two level site just past and […]

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Graze amazes me. For a café in front of a 5 Star hotel [Maya Sanur on Jln. Danau Tamblingan] it offers amazing value. In fact it is probably the best value on offer in that entire street. The menu is imaginative and high quality. Start with the Crostini Plate, 4 different toppings, all excellent. Then […]

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Aperitif @ The Viceroy has amazed everyone with its incredible fine dining experience, taking us back 50 years, chandeliers, crystal and all. Their original 8 course degustation menu remains but there is now also a 5 course option as well as an 8 course Vegetarian menu. One of the stars of the main menu, and […]

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Happy Chappy Express has opened its 1st outlet in Legian. Whilst it is located on Jln. Padma Utara it is a little difficult to find as it is just off the street in the centre of a line of small shops at the entrance-way to the Garden View Hotel. On offer is a full range […]

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Cafe des Artistes is a survivor. Once a lonely warung on a dead-end road on the outskirts of Ubud [Jln. Bisma] it has been a thriving restaurant now for many years. The secret has been reasonably priced comfort food, served with a smile. Many of the staff have been there for the 17 years of […]

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Massimo has become a Sanur institution. His Jln. Danau Tamblingan restaurant in Sanur is constantly full of diners, the gelato stand at front forever busy. However the ever-smiling Massimo has never been one to rest on his laurels. Not satisfied with dominating the Bali gelato market, he has continually developed more quality product such as […]

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L’Assiette is French and offers ‘home-style’ cooking at its garden restaurant on Jln. Merthanadi, Kerobokan. Real French, no fusion just classic French! Lunch is lighter cuisine; Terrine de Campagne or Oeuf Cocotte aux Girolles, coddled egg with mushrooms, Dinner is more exotic; semi-cooked Duck Foie Gras [served cold] and a main of that all time […]

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Naughty Nuri’s Seminyak is actually on Jln Mertanadi, Kerobokan. Whilst Ribs are obviously the specialty of this franchise, unlike the original in Ubud they also offer quite an interesting menu of other options. The most recent additions to the menu have been a full range of different burgers. The Pulled Pork Burger [pictured] has tender […]

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The Melting Pot, Bali’s largest and best sports bar and Texan restaurant, continues its festive season habit of producing batches of that doyen of Mexican street food, Tamales. They are served as a single tamale [pictured] or as a Tamale Platter [3 tamales, beans and rice] but they will only be available for a short […]

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