This really is a hidden gem. Tucked away down a back road it is a little hard to find but please persevere. You go through the bakery, with the smell of bread being baked for the next day, and up the stairs to the restaurant, a brightly lit room with big tables and a view over the fields behind. Welcoming and friendly staff are eager to serve from a good size menu, there is a daily Balinese set 3 course meal offered additionally. The food was beautifuly presented, tasted amazing, was of decent size portions and by Balinese standards arrived in a timely manner. One of our party had the set meal and we all enjoyed a sample of it. I had the 'fish and chips' main which consisted of 2 portions of tuna in coconut and 2 of Mahi-Mahi in tempura a fruit salsa and a little stack of chips it was delicious as was everything else served to us. Please leave space for the deserts, we chose 3 to share between 5 of us and were positively fighting for the last spoonful. The meal was very reasonably priced and they do sell alcohol. On your way out pick up freshly baked bread and croissants for breakfast - enjoy!
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