Settimo Cielo: Rustic Refined Italian food in Seminyak, Bali

Hungry Hong Kong
RavioliDaniel Haddad

Settimo Cielo is a chic and delicious restaurant located in the bustling Seminyak area. We loved their sophisticated modern take on Italian cuisine all created with great attention to detail and using high quality ingredients.

We entered the stylish restaurant and instantly fell for the minimal decor and inviting ambiance. The staff were informative about the menu and ingredients and quick to bring us drinks while we settled in at our table and took on the task of choosing from the irresistable options. The menu is full of line caught fish, handmade pastas, and organic ingredients making it mouthwatering meal to remember. If you're craving an authentic Italian meal or true comfort food try this spot out and we are sure you'll soon return for more.

Reccomended small plates include the "Fritto Misto" King Prawns, Baby Squid, Snapper and Onion coated in a Polenta Crust, tossed with Capers, Red Radish, Lemon Zest, Herbs and served with Aioli, and the Kingfish and Artichoke Tartare with Celery, Red Chili, Rucola, Radish and Olive Oil.

Highlights of the main courses were the Pan Seared Barracuda with Grilled Bell Peppers, Kalamata Black Olives and Potatoes, steamed in Basil Infused Milk with Olive Tapenade and Balsamic Mayonnaise, and the "Agnello al Forno" New Zealand Boneless Lamb Leg, Slow Roasted and Crusted with Parmesan and Rosemary, served with Braised Lentils, Baby Carrots, Confit Cherry Tomatoes and a Red Wine Lamb Reduction.

End your meal with their Lemon Tart Natur with Fresh Strawberries Candied Orange Zest and Chocolate Shavings and pair with some recommended wine from their sommelier for a great evening.

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