Memorable part of our Bali tripA very unique dining experience both on the stairs watching the world go by and upstairs with the open roof. We have dined here twice so far and wouldn''t hesitate to go back. The specialty drinks are quite cool, and the staff very friendly- great service. The food (at least,what we had) was very nice, nothing absolutely amazing but good nonetheless. Fair pricing too. Would definitely recommend a visit.
The restaurants that specialize in steaks are all half-ripe. It feels a bit old. Half-ripe should be better. However, the marinated steak is more salty, and the taste is refreshing after two drinks.
Although it’s a traditional western steak steak, it doesn’t have any island characteristics, but it’s not bad to eat more seafood and Malay dishes to experience the western food and change the taste. The steaks are recommended for 5 minutes cooked, tender and not too raw. You can also choose the dishes yourself, avoiding the cookie-cutter potatoes with lettuce.
The owners are warm and friendly, and have created an environment where travelers can enjoy an evening of good food that is an eclectic mix of Australian, German with a Malay flair.
The environment is excellent, attracting many tourists, especially the western food of this restaurant is very good. You can choose thick noodles or spiral noodles for your aroma salmon pasta. Although the ingredients are the same, different noodles will give people a different taste.
The first time I ate paella, the big crab surprised me when it was served. The crab was very big and very fresh. There are pieces of meat, shrimp and some vegetables next to it. I was surprised by this combination. The rice was relatively small, and it felt like I was eating the same. The shrimp is very tender and chewy, very delicious, the meat is a bit greasy, but eating some vegetables can suppress the greasy feeling. The price is a bit expensive, but seeing the combination of ingredients, I think it is worth the money.