Unfortunately it is too easy just to walk past the Gosha as it has a quite narrow frontage and the staff don't try to drag you in like so many other places.
Once inside it is a bamboo and wicker paradise showing what some of the original Bali buildings and dwelling must have looked like. The staff are pleasant and helpful without being in your face all the time. The standard of service and the quality and quantity of the food was exceptionally good. On my second visit the owner came and introduced himself and we had a long chat in which l learnt about Bali.
If in the Kuta area find the Gosha as l'm sure you'll find it a worth while visit in all respects.
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