The Asian Influenced, Vegetarian Exclusive Menu at Padi Fine Dining
Have a fine dining experience that brings vegetarian and pesco-vegetarian dishes with pronounced Asian influences in an exciting and innovative way at Padi Fine Dining at Desa Visesa Ubud.
Padi Fine Dining is a restaurant bringing someone new to the Bali scene. A menu that emphasises vegetarian and pesco-vegetarian dishes, the restaurant is poised to dazzle sceptics and vegetarian and pesco-vegetarians alike with dishes that will form life-long gustatory memories.
The name Padi comes from the geographical and historical influences making Asia the world’s rice bowl and enthroned life-giving rice grains as the preferred staple at mealtime for Asian families. Across the region, rice is treated with deference – seen as symbolizing fertility and prosperity, while also inspiring the mind via the ubiquitous lush green backdrops of terraced and carefully cultivated padi fields.
In Indonesia where rice is known, depending on its current status on its journey to human consumption, as beras, padi, or nasi – rice comes in dazzling varieties that are treated as a precious commodity and traded across the Indonesian archipelago.
Visitors of Padi can experience between one of the two daily table d’hôte 5 to 9-course pescatarian and vegetarian menus – both tours de force of their respective genres. Be seduced by both the food and the unique experience of dining in a cosy grotto beneath a bridge where calming and relaxing breezes waft through the gorge.
Since Padi is both a fine and exclusive dining experience, it is only open for dinner with limited seating of up to 30 guests. The intimacy and exclusivity serve to help give the best service available and lets the kitchen teams focus completely on pursuing quality over quantity.
Dine on a new experience with flavours not found anywhere else in Bali at Padi Fine Dining. For more information, please visit their website today.