My wife and I were guests at the Oberoi Hotel and elected to eat in this restaurant on the night of our arrival. The quality of both the food and service were stunning and we ate there on every night of our stay.
The menu was wide-ranging, with the chef a veteran of a number of establishments boasting Michelin stars and obviously keen to marry many outstanding local ingredients and flavours with his knowledge and experience. However, for those with a less adventurous palate, there was a plethora of "western" dishes, alll executed with the same finesse; a range of Indian dishes was also available. The wine list was also broad; wine is not cheap in Indonesia, but the product of co-operation between Bali and Australia proved more than adequate, especially to complement the seafood.
My favourite dishes included a delicately-flavoured dish of Barramundi with yellow spices and one of the chef's signature creations of foie gras marbled with very dark chocolate. However, duck, lamb, prawns, scallops and vegetables all featured widely, were all afforded the same level of care in their preparation and all satisfied both palate and soul.
I have been fortunate to have dined at a very wide range of restaurants; Kura Kura has joined the very best of my personal selection.
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