Evening is a special time in Bali after the sun has gone down around 6 and things are cooling off nicely after a busy day doing nothing much. Most of our guests are usually pretty hungry so we at Le Zat try our best to make that a feeling worth looking forward to.
Our kitchen Chef has daily specialties that reflect Balinese culture such as Ubud Duck Tutu (smoked duck “Ubud” style) or Chicken Betutu (fried chicken with sauces on the side) or barbecue pork spare ribs. Our menu is built to please all so we have about equal numbers of selections from Indonesian, Balinese and Western cuisines.
Those special occasions are our specialty with care taken to make weddings, anniversaries and those honeymoon memories stand out in more than just the picture album – we love to look after those loving couples at our beach-side secluded romantic dining area where a special lovers menu for 2 can have either the spicy attraction of an aphrodisiac or the attention to delicacies that make a menu stand out. The choice is yours and Chef has the power to make it choice.
Entertainment – Balinese music every night with Legong dance Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, start from 8.00pm