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The Latest Spring Degustation Menu at Il Ristorante – Luca Fantin

Inspired by the flavours and colours of the season, Il Ristorante – Luca Fantin offers a new Spring Degustation Menu focusing on Italian-influenced dishes using a few locally sourced ingredients as well as international produce. 

Open for dinner only, Il Ristorante – Luca Fantin at the Bvlgari Resort Bali is an intimate 36-seat restaurant that serves creative interpretations of classic Italian cuisine blended with local, organic ingredients all paired with the refined techniques and the great creativity of Alessandro Mazzali, the Italian Resident Head Chef under the guidance of Chef Luca Fantin. 

The chef has created a thoughtful, innovative new seasonal tasting menu that translates the flavours and colours of the season for diners to enjoy. Guests can choose between a 5-course degustation menu or a 7-course degustation menu. Whichever you prefer, you are in for a real treat.  Some of the local ingredients utilized in the dishes are Kintamani vanilla, Java river prawns and local seafood. 

The 7-course degustation menu include Pink prawn, beetroot and smoked mozzarella; Amberjack, pickled cucumber and tomato water; Homemade tagliatelle, Kintamani vanilla butter, Caviar; Ravioli with Hokkaido scallop and green asparagus; Wild local snapper, olives and capers “guazzetto”; Wagyu beef, organic Plaga salanova salad, white balsamic vinegar; and a choice of dessert. 

The 5-course degustation menu dishes are a signature dish of Javanese crayfish with white asparagus, saffron zabaglione and Beluga caviar; Smoked yellowfin tuna, burrata and tomato; Spaghetti with cacio cheese, Lampung black pepper, white shrimps Wild Sumbawa grouper fish, yellow zucchini and Parma ham; and a choice of dessert. 

All these dishes are best to pair with wine for dinner.  The wine list features 300 bottles of predominantly Italian wines and an excellent Champagne selection. Expect nothing but pleasant surprises when you dine at Il Ristorante – Luca Fantin.  It is a must-visit when you’re in Bali.