Barbacoa Bali

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RibsDaniel Haddad

During our visit to Bali we discovered trendy and stylish eatery, Barbacoa, serving up Latin American inspired cuisine in a modern yet laid back manner. Set in a fashionable, warehouse style venue, Barbacoa boasts fun patrons looking for great food, cocktails, and an enjoyable night out. The chefs have created an enticing menu of bocaditas, tapas, and wood fired BBQ delights. The extensive menu, brimming with innovative takes on traditional recipes, is ideal for sharing, creating the perfect dinner spot before a big night out. Favourite dishes off the menu include the Guacamole Verde with Avocado, Lemon, Onion, Sorrel, Coriander and Chili with Blue Corn Tortilla, the Beef Tartare using Raw Beef with Mustard, Pumpkin & Sunflower Seeds and Onion & Spices with Aioli, the Grilled Scallops with Cauliflower Puree, Coal Roasted Kale, Watercress and Red Wine Dressing, the Spicy Peruvian Style Snapper Ceviche with Aji Amarillo Dressing, Cucumber, Red Onion and Corn Tostada, the Fried Cauliflower with Pine Nuts, Raisins, Parsley, Cauliflower Puree and Cumin, the Fish Tacos with Cabbage Slaw, Chipotle Mayo and Mango Salsa, the 8 Hours Wood Fired Asado Pork, and the Pork Spare Ribs with Chipotle Chili Glaze. Make sure to finish your night with their honey, chocolate and frengelico liquid nirtogen ice cream which is made at the table and order a few shots of Patron to match. A definite must visit if you are in Bali and looking for a delicious place to enjoy a fun night out with friends.

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