Sawah Terrace at Mandapa, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve Bali

Hungry Hong Kong
duckDaniel Haddad

Beautifully set above Mandapa, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve's green valley, boasting sweeping views of Ayung River sits Sawah Terrace. Sawah Terrace is Mandapa's elegant Indonesian Restaurant serving elevated renditions of the island's well loved recipes. Each dish is served with fragrant spices and decadent ingredients and we couldn't get enough of the delicate textures in every bite. The beautiful semi-open dining area sets a romantic scene and we loved our tranquil and intimate dinner sat at the corner table of the ambient terrace.

Every dish we sampled did not disappoint but we highly recommend delving into their signature dishes. Start with the "Soto Udang Pesmol" Tiger prawn and coconut soup, turmeric and kaffir lime leaves, the "Urab Daun Kelor" Moringa leaf salad, roasted coconut, crispy shallots, garlic and galangal, and the "Sate Ayam" Char-grilled chicken skewers served with peanut sauce and rice cake.

For main courses we recommend the "Ikan Bakar" Char-grilled barramundi, sambal merah, morning glory and colo-colo sauce, the "Bebek Goreng" Balinese style braised and deep fried crispy duck, sambal bajak and wild ferns, and the "TumisGenjer" Wok-fried yellow velvetleaf, oyster mushroom, chili, garlic and galangal. Finish your meal with the satisfying and sweet "Es Dawet Nangka Cendol" Fresh coconut milk soup, palm sugar, pandan leaf and jack fruit.

The alluring setting, impeccable service, and luxurious resort make Sawah Terrace one of our preffered spots when we are craving a slice of decadence but still want to feast on local fare.

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