Unusual for Bali, to say the least. A real Italian Piazza with statues and fountains to make you think you are really in Italy.
Great all day snacks, light meals and even more if you prefer.
The coffees are Italian in style; Machiatos, Lattes and Cappuccinos as well as espressos of course. There are also a range of teas [English Breakfast, Earl Grey, Ceylon, Ginseng, Dream of Fruits, as well as Chinese Green tea. Herbal teas inlcude Red Berries, Lemon Verbena, Fruit Paradise and Suns Up.
Although the snacks are more Australian than Italian. Great meat pies, sausage rolls and even pasties. The interesting range of tarts and cakes are perfect for that mid-morning or afternoon cuppa.
For special sandwiches you select your bread, ingredients and condiments from the refrigerated dispay, deli style.
Pastas include Fettucini, Spaghetti, penne and farfale. All are with a variety of sauces and styles.
The represenative Indonesian menu includes Ayam Goreng Kalasan, a deep-fried marinated chicken breast, and that Balinese favourite Pepes Ikan [grilled marinated fish wrapped in banana leaves].