Probably our most amazing dining experience in Jimbaran, a Spanish tapas restaurant with an eye for detail, a flair for flavour and creativity that is off this planet.
Cuca defines itself as “a casual sharing experience all about taste”.
From the moment you enter the dining room you are struck by the very minimalist décor and surrounds. One end is dominated by the theater kitchen, where a bevy of chefs create your dishes much to the marvel on on-looking diners sat in the viewing gallery.
BBQ octopus with an Asian gazpacho, apple caramleised cauliflower and coriander
Starting with Balinese chicken flavored candy floss and the mushroom fritters planted in a fake grass presentation mat, the on-coming dishes get bolder with flavour and colours that can only describe as complimenting each other in a most bizarre but delectable way.
Enough talk, here, just enjoy the pictures.
Roasted tiger prawns with sour zuchinni, red chilli and a light cocnut broth
Ceviche drizzled with chilli lime dressign and watermelon ice
Baked Lombok scallops on a cauliflower puree with a toasted butter crust
For any Bali traveler, Cuca is a must.