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cafe Warisan (Seminyak)

It's understated to say that the restaurant serves one of the best French food on the island.... after dinner tonight, we were utterly convinced that it is best of the best of French food around... so much so that it beats Le bistrot in terms of the quality of food, presentation and the wine selection! Yes, I'm not joking... it is THAT good.

For starters, the foie gras with the raspberry sauce is so good, I almost jumped to cloud 9 from the 1st bite... the presentation is standard french crusine but the taste is heavenly... it melts in your mouth and the burst of pan-seared goodness just lingers in your mouth with the excellent compliment from the raspberry sauce. Considerable that the restaurant is famous for their foie gras, it lived up to its reputation with full marks! Yummzzzz..... if you are a lover for french food and foie gras, please come down to Cafe Warisan to try it out.

Our mains of Angus beef tenderloin and Roasted Rack of lamb is perfect to the last detail. Medium rare is truly medium rare, the taste ohhh! so divine.... the tenderloin is very well marinated and tender to the core.. bovine juices just ooze from every cut. The rack of lamb is very well done without the sourish smell or taste, compliments the roasted whole garlic and all season beans.... the whole course was accompanied with a 2005 Western Australian Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot from Mad Fish vineyard.

Sad to say, the place is quite dark to take very decent photos but here's some to share:

(click for larger image) - You have to call for a reservation and they will write it down with gold marker on a leaf. It's a very interesting detail.

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(click for larger image) - The famous rice padi field view

(click for larger image) - Black Angus Tenderloin with Shimeji mushrooms

(click for larger image) - Roasted rack of Lamb with whole garlic and Potato gratin

So when you are in Bali, do make the trouble to come down to Cafe Warisan for a great meal! It's not eactly cheap but it's definitely worth the price you pay :)

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ADDED TO ME LIST! =P thanks for the recommendation!

We'll be going to Bali for our 10+ time this May, and would love to try out Kafe Warisan, because it's gotten rave reviews everywhere! Could you give us an indication of the prices (not stated on their website), so that we'll bring enough cash? I've heard it's pricey, but well worth the money. It'll make a nice change from our usual 3,000rp nasi bungkus fare

hi Z,

thanks for swinging by my blog :)

Wow, Bali veterans! For pricing, I can't really remember coz the exhilaration of great food made me a muddlehead.

Pricey yes, but the experience is worth it!

The whole meal (2 starters inc the foie gras, 2 mains, 1 wine, 2 desserts costed us about SGD$ 300+ or around 2 million IDRupiahs.
They charge only 10% govt tax + 5% service tax

I would suggest paying by credit card. Use the cash for smaller stuff like shopping and eating in warungs :)

here a link to other food hunts which might be of interest to U


Enjoy your trip in May and swing by to let me know if Cafe Warisan lived up to your expectations! :)

- Ron ^.^

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