Mejekawi at KU DE TA Bali

Hungry Hong Kong
lamb rackDaniel Haddad

Set above KU DE TA’s trendy beach club is Mejekawai, meaning “Sacred Table” in Sanskrit, which is exactly what Mejekawi embodies. We were instantly drawn to the stunning wraparound windows displaying Seminyak’s stunning Indian ocean views, and we highly recommend arriving in time for sunset as this is a great accent to the dining experience.

The sleek space features an open kitchen at its centre. The carefully crafted luxe menus are an exploration of Executive Chef Jeremy Hunt’s impeccably-sourced ingredients, showcased through contemporary twists on global classics. The tasting menu will give you the opportunity to truly enjoy and sample the chef's immpeccable skills.

Options from the menu which was split into four parts included "sop buntut" oxtail soup, katsuobushi, tomato raisin and charred onion, "veal tartare" with figs, hazelnuts, glass potato, anchovy butter and star anise, "5 spice silken tofu" with cardamom passata, steamed eggplant, soy caramel, chili candy crumble, "reverse seared duck breast" with salt baked beetroot, smoked potato croquette, bitter chocolate, duck skin crumble and ginger mustard sauternes jus, and "silky passion fruit crèmeux" with peanut sponge, fresh mango sorbet and coco wafers.

Each course was perfectly paired with a recommended wine from their sommelier which complimented the flavours and textures in every unique dish. We also recommend sampling a cocktail from their technical menu and experience the refreshing bursts of flavours. A must visit while in Bali and the ideal date night if you love fine dining and spectacular views.

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