Kubu restaurant at Mandapa, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve Bali

Hungry Hong Kong

Wagyu BeefDaniel Haddad

Kubu, set beside the beautiful Ayung River, is a uniquely designed fine dining restaurant located at the luxurious Mandapa, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Bali. As we made our way along the ambient lit path towards our dinner destination we could hear the tranquil sound of the flowing river and feel the cool Ubud breeze. The location is tranquil and romantic and we were even more enthralled when we arrived at our dining table. At Kubu each table is set in a traditional Indonesian bamboo hut, but the interiors are anything but basic. Each hut houses a decadent and memorable table setting where we enjoyed their indulgent and grand degustation menu. We loved the way each dish was a delicious mix of western techniques and Indonesian touches.

Highlights included the Cherry Tomato Crispy Tart with Lentil hummus, yogurt, herbs and sprouts, the Lobster Cocktail with Clams and kalamansi consommé, walnut hollandaise and avocado, the Char Grilled Octopus with Roasted eggplant, chickpea mousse and olive crumble, the Grilled Black Cod with Smoked lobster bisque, pasta and lemon, and the Braised Wagyu Short Rib with Potato and mascarpone risotto, mushroom and beef jus. Finish with the Berry Frappe with Pickled strawberries, basil and coconut milk and the Chocolate Cappuccino with Coffee, almond and saffron but a satisfying end.

The staff were attentive throughout our entire meal ensuring we had a perfect wine pairing and memorable evening. Kubu is one of our favourite spots to celebrate a special occasion and we always reccommend it to friends looking for a unique and memorable night out in Bali.

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