The Village Cucina Italiana restaurant, Sanur, Bali

Hungry Hong Kong
LobsterDaniel Haddad

The Village Cucina Italiana, located on the main street of lively Sanur, is an ideal spot for dining with friends and family. We loved the welcoming ambiance, attentive staff, and mouthwatering authentic Italian menu. They serve everything from tempting wood fired pizzas and classic pastas to juicy steaks and fresh seafood. As soon as we entered the ambient venue we felt transported to Italy. White table cloths and low candlelit tables alongside a glass wine room holding an impressive collection sure to please any expert. The friendly and encouraging wait staff are quick to suggest signature dishes and we found it hard not to order everything off the menu.

Favourites from the appetizer section included the "Calamari Fritti Croccanti" Crispy Calamari, Baby Greens and Aioli Chili Sauce, the Angus Beef Carpaccio with Marinated Mushrooms, Wild Arugula and Parmigiano Cheese and the "Prosciutto e Mozzarella" Parma Ham, Fresh Mozzarella and Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

For main courses we recommend the "Capelli D'Angelo con Aragosta" Angel's Hair Pasta, Gratinated Lobster and Tomato Aragosta Sauce, the "Filetto di Manzo con Pepe Nero e Salsa al Vino Rosso" Grilled Beef Tenderloin with Madagascar Black Peppercorn Red Wine Reduction, French Fries and Salad, and the Toscana Pizza with Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella, Arugula, Parmesan and Parmigiano drizzled with Olive Oil.

Not only is the sophisticated dining spot perfect for date nights or family dinners but they can easily cater for bigger groups or events during your stay in Bali. A firm favourite for us while staying in the Sanur area.

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