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Broadbeach Waters, Australia
August 27, 2005
It is open at the front and has seating on two levels. The menu is International including a variety of Indonesian dishes as well. My choice of the Beef Lasagne was sensational served with a lovely mixed lettuce side salad at R38000. My partner opted for the Mexican wrap with chicken that he said was really spicy and good for 38000 ($4.50 US) also.
They serve Chilean and French wine by the glass for 20000 ($2.40).
Another really good thing they do is you pay a R500 (5c) charge each for unlimited drinking water that they fill from a large recyclable dispenser thus eliminating the use of the plastic bottle – the scourge of Bali.
The dessert list was long and included a rainbow array of homemade ice creams and sorbets, but unfortunately, there was no room in my tummy to partake.
From journal Ubud - Hillside Tourist Trap
January 22, 2002
The food does not emphasise typical Balinese food but they still have a standard sprinkling of dishes such as Nasi Campur. This is where you come for a change such as pastas or dishes with a French leaning. They have a good wine list with prices that are not over the top in price for Bali, anyway.They serve fabulous baguettes for lunch again with a western style slant rather than mainstream Balinese.
It is a great place to hang out at any time of the day and there is normally some action across at the nearby soccer field also.
From journal Bali's Cultural Centre