Friday, 20 May 2011

Review: Ming, Sanur, Bali, Indonesia

It was our last night in Bali when we discovered Ming restaurant.  It is definitely more pricey but it really was outstandingly exceptional food.  With a varied menu of cuisine styles overall I would describe it as international with an Indonesian twist!  To begin with we were brought a complimentary small drink and some gorgeous dips and bread which were a good sign of what was to come!

I ordered the salmon wrapped in parma ham, which was served with a creamy mascarpone sauce on top and a 'sauce vierge' on the side which is a french accompaniment typically made from olive oil, lemon juice, chopped tomato and chopped basil.  Wow, this dish was truly mouth-wateringly yummy! Every element of the meal was perfectly cooked and all the flavours and textures complimented each other wonderfully.

Also on our table were a beautifully cooked steak and wonderful array of satay’s served sizzling on a hot plate.  Everyone in our party was more than happy with their meal and we were made to feel very welcome by the friendly staff.  The restaurant is very cosy and warm and there is a beautiful bathroom!You may think this sounds silly but when you are travelling to so many varied countries good toilets become a bit of a conversation point!

So to conclude, if you are looking for a treat whilst staying in Sanur, Bali then do head to Ming…I am confident that you will not be disappointed.


Anonymous said...

I have also eaten here,lovely food well presented and great decor,friendly staff laraine

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