435 Reviews • 2 Photos • A few months ago
Penyajian makanannya lumayan unik menurit aku, rasanya juga mantap dan nikmat, selain itu dari segi pelayan kita dilayani dengan cepat, kalau harga standar lah harga di bali..
Kadek M. D. C.
993 Reviews • 13 Photos • A few months ago
Rasa makanannya biasa saja, padahal harganya agak sedikit mahal untuk tipe makanan sejenis. Minuman standar. Sedangkan tempatnya hanya cocok untuk makan saja, bukan berlama-lama hehehe.
626 Reviews • A few months ago
This place offers a wide selection of delicious indonesian dishes. It is all quiet pricey but worth it because it is surprisingly delicious. Looking forward to come back soon
10 Reviews • 3 Photos • A few months ago
I've been here only twice, the foods are amazing. The restaurant really live up to it's name. Nusantara, where you can find all the food all around Indonesia in just one place, even some of the food I'm never heard of are in here. Love the atmosphere of the restaurant, the service are attentive and friendly. Love the food so much. Just a little bit sad about the dessert. Too sweet for me. The pisang ijo. The others are superb
20 Reviews • 61 Photos • A few months ago
Situated in the heart of Bali's cultural heritage, Nusantara was envisioned as a vessel to introduce Indonesia's culinary roots to the foreign tongue. Managed by the famous Locavore group, a huge figure in the local F&B industry, their éclat is very palpably resonated by the mood and tone of the experience. The restaurant is designed like a house, a simple white facade lays bare on the outside. A large traditional wooden door opens to reveal a "revamped" traditional interior, boasting contemporary art pieces while keeping things still very intimate. Meals are prepared in "family" portions, laid in the center of the table for sharing, just like a family would do during dinners. I went for an entire course, hoping to experiment on as many different food combinations as I can, and letting the chefs do their magic. The result is a compelling food roller-coaster, which starts off very mild and mellow, ascending to stronger and more complex taste profiles, climaxing with fervent explosions in your mouth, then descending back down slowly to resolution, like the closing stanza of a symphony. To newcomers, the taste will be very unique - an circus of local produce and spices, appraised with traditional cooking methods to create enchanting symphonies in your mouth. To the locals, the taste is very nostalgic, calling back to "I've had his before" moments that will send them down memory lane. Nusantara, a word which depicts our archipelagic unity - is an accurate portrayal of the widespread and complex nature of traditional Indonesian cuisine, which was translated with finesse in this restaurant - and it lives up to its supposed reputation. I'd definitely come back.
12.00 - 21.30
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