Salsa Verde restaurant at Grand Hyatt Bali

Hungry Hong Kong
PizzaDaniel Haddad

If you're looking for a vibrant and inviting family friendly spot in Nusa Dua, one of our favourite spots is Salsa Verde located at Grand Hyatt Bali. The open, poolside dining destination is set in one of the area's most popular five star resorts and is a relaxed spot to delve into a mouthwatering lunch or hearty dinner after a day of swim and play. Our kids loved the spacious tables and generous menu full of plates that will please even the pickiest children. The Italian dominated menu is brimming with healthy options, indulgent flavours, and fresh seafood. Pizzas come straight out of the wood fired oven and you can't beat a crisp glass of wine or cold coconut to go with your feast.

Favourite dishes from the Antipast section included the Chicken Liver Pate Bruschetta with capers, spring onions, parmesan and arugula, the Char-Grilled Octopus with peppers, potatoes, black garlic aioli and smoked paprika, and the Swordfish Carpaccio with fennel, quinoa, pomelo, chicory-endive and saffron vinaigrette.

For your main course we recommend the Pan-Fried Barramundi with a saffron-shellfish broth, octopus, clams, parsley and fennel, the Seafood Linguine al Cartoccio with garlic, chili, tomatoes and basil, the Australian Grilled Sirloin Steak with mustard-shallot butter, asparagus and portobello mushrooms, and the Burrata Pizza using burrata cheese, mozzarella, Parma ham, basil, arugula and tomato sauce.

Finish with their classic Tiramisu or their Strawberry Basil Panna Cotta with Pine Nut Brittle

A frequently visited spot for us when we are hanging out on Nusa Dua Beach and need a restaurant that will satisfy the entire family.

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