Cotta Restaurant at Soori Bali

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Crispy DuckDaniel Haddad

Cotta, Soori Bali’s open air poolside restaurant, serves a varied menu including many authentic Balinese dishes and was perfect for date nights or family meals while staying at the resort. The all day dining destination is an idyllic space to enjoy leisurely breakfasts, relaxed lunches, and intimate dinners.

We loved the semi open restaurant and outdoor seating overlooking Soori's magical black sand beach and enjoying the sunset each evening with a glass of wine and amazing Indonesian fare. All the ingrdients used were fresh and vibrant ensuring every bite was a gourmet treat.

Appetizer recommendation included the "Ikan Asam Pedas" Javanese Style Fisherman's Soup, the "Gado Gado Rolls" Blanched Vegetables, Egg and Peanut Sauce served with Sweet Soy Peanut Sauce and the "Ayam Sambal Matah" Slow Roasted and Shredded Chicken Salad with Shallots, Lemongrass, Lime Leaf, Chili and Virgin Coconut Oil.

For main courses we loved the "Rendang Sapi" Sumatran Curry of Slow Cooked Wagyu with Star Anise, Chili, Cinnamon and Coconut Milk, the "Bebek Goreng" Traditional Slow Cooked Crispy Duck with Balinese Sambal and Spices, and "Terong Balado" Sumatran Roasted Eggplant Curry with Coconut, Bambu Merah and Fried Shallots.

Finish with their "Ed Buah" a Traditional Nyepi dessert of Fruits, Avocado, Passion Fruit Sorbet and Shaved Coconut Ice.

If you're looking for an elegant and ambient venue to enjoy authentic Indonesian fare with a modern twist, this is one of our favourite Bali restaurants on the east coast. Make sure you arrive early and take a walk along Soori's beautiful and unique beach. A must see when visiting Bali.

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