If you’re looking for an interesting fine dining restaurant in Ubud, you might pay a visit to Padi where diners can enjoy quality cuisine with impressive presentation.
Located across the bridge near the majestic entrance of Desa Visesa Ubud, Padi is becoming a new landmark of pesco-vegetarian fine dining in Bali’s flourishing gastronomic scene. The creative brain behind Padi is Chef Mandif whose aim is to make use of only the finest local ingredients in the preparation of tempting Asian and
international tastes, colours and food textures.
Padi is open for dinner and guests can choose one of the two daily table d’hôte 7-course pescatarian or 7-course vegetarian menus. If you choose, you can sit inside the restaurant where you can watch the chef preparing the dish before your eyes or, alternatively, you may choose to sit outside under the stars overlooking the lush tropical jungle and the river below. I opted for the pescatarian starting with several small dishes, almost too beautiful to eat and each full of flavour. The beetroot salad, the thin slice of scallop and the prawn with smooth, creamy mashed potato are outstanding amongst the seven courses. If you prefer vegetarian menu, they serve delectable western menus with touches of Asian influence.
With their motto “A Taste Crafted With Passion” their take on vegetarian and pesco-vegetarian dishes is a lure for food aficionados who are looking for distinguished cuisine in an intimate and delightful ambience while promoting healthy eating. This restaurant comes highly recommended for connoisseurs and gastronomic enthusiasts alike to wine and dine while visiting Ubud.
Desa Visesa Ubud
Jl. Suweta, Bentuyung Sakti, Ubud
Tel. +62 361 2091788