I arrived at Cafe Pomegranate last night because it was nearby to my accommodation. It was sensational. The service was superb and the food was delicious. I know you don't come to Bali to drink the wine, but the glass of white was OK and reasonably priced. I tried another restaurant first up tonight, but the service was very poor and the menu choice was not inspiring so I left and returned to Cafe Pomegranate and had another superb dinner with excellent service once again. As you will read in the other reviews, it is difficult to find and would be worth checking out during the day so that you know where to go during the night, or visit for lunch after a beautiful walk through the rice paddies.The only access is via motorbike or walking. Take a torch if you walk during the evening. The access is heading west on the Main Street, Jalan Raya Ubud, just as you start to leave the hectic traffic, and is to the right heading up a very scrappy, steep road that seems to lead to nowhere. You will know that you have missed the track if you end up at a dead end near a temple. Turn back and look for a grey wall on your left and there is a very narrow paved track heading up to the rice paddies. You then follow another narrow track, poorly paved and look for the large tent structure on your left, around 1 km. To make all of this easier, stay at Dragonfly Village a few doors to the south of the restaurant. It is a little paradise set amongst the rice paddies. Good luck. It really is worth the effort.
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