CIRE restaurant at Alila Villas Uluwatu

Hungry Hong Kong
TunaDaniel Haddad

Located at one of Uluwatu's most stunning resorts, CIRE is one of our must dine spots when visiting Bali. The sleek and stylish restuarant is an open air, modern venue serving up a menu which fuses traditional Eastern and Western flavours. We loved the ambient space overlooking Alila Villa Uluwatu's picture perfect infintiy pool and the alluring minimal design of the resort grounds. We arrived at sunset and were able to grab a front seat table to enjoy one of the best views on the island. Their dinner service offers a romantic ambiance with dim candlelight, impeccable service, and fine dining cuisine. We loved the portion options on their menu which allows you to order a “taste” so you are able to sample more dishes, or a main size portion if you would like a typical three course meal.

Favourite appetizers off the menu include the Australian Beef Tenderloin Tartar with Potato Wedges and Fresh Green Leaf Salad, the Slipper Lobster and Light Coconut Cream Soup with Diced Tail, Kemangi and Basil and the Octopus Carpaccio with Creamy Potato, Smoked Paprika and Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

For main courses we recommend the Pappardelle with a Chardonnay Truffle Sauce, Rosemary Roasted Cherry Tomatoes and Pine Nuts, the Australian Green Crusted Rack of Lamb with Artichoke, Kemangi Mash, Green Beans and Tomato, and the Miso Marinated Grilled Black Cod with Sauteed Kale, Carrot and Lemon.

Finish with their Roasted Pineapple with Old Brown Rum, Meringue, Salted Crumble and Coconut Ice Cream and pair everything with a few glasses of wine or their delicious cocktails for a memorable evening.

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