Sample a curry coco and don’t forget dessert during this new stylish French cafeteria nearby Jimbaran Beach

COCONUTS HOT SPOT —  La Brasserie, a new chic, French-fusion cafeteria has non-stop a bright, white doors on a highway heading right to Jimbaran Beach.

On a widen of a highway where cafes are few and distant between, we can’t skip a whitewashed antique-mod demeanour of La Brasserie.

You can frequency commend a space, that was formerly one of a favorite (but mostly empty) dark gems, Saigon in Jimbaran. Working with a parsimonious area on a side of a small road, a integrate of walls seem to have been knocked down to open things up, while shifting doors opening out to a highway have given a resto a reduction claustrophobic feel than a predecessor. Twinkle lights, outward wicker furniture, and white mill walls give a place an superb and island stylish vibe. 

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A travel perspective of La Brasserie. Photo: Juminten Jones/Coconuts Bali

La Brasserie is brought to we by a same people behind Melting Wok, a small prodigy featuring–of course–dishes baked in a wok, tucked divided on Ubud’s Jl. Gootama.

As with Melting Wok, dual of a must-try equipment on a menu are a curry and a desserts. But we’ll get to that.

La Brasserie’s menu facilities a sampling of tartine, steaks, and classical Indonesian plates like mie goreng and nasi goreng. After sampling it ourselves, we can suggest a uninformed and tawny salmon tartine, an open-faced sandwich surfaced with smoked salmon, mozzarella, feta cheese, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, and belligerent peppers (IDR85k; US$6.30).

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The salmon tartine. Photo: Juminten Jones/Coconuts Bali

In categories of their possess are a confit steep (IDR150k; US$11) and a naan Indian bread (IDR35k; US$2.60).

Notably, La Brasserie facilities a changing daily special done with a accessible uninformed ingredients. On a day we dined, it was a tantalizing filet of mahi-mahi surfaced with Balinese sambal.

But being suckers for curry and of march since of a Melting Wok connection, we couldn’t leave though removing a curry in a end. You can select from classical or “curry coco”, rice or noodles, and collect your protein out of a following lineup: chicken, pork, beef, tuna, tofu or tempe. (No matter that multiple we finish adult with, it’s IDR54k.)

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The curry coco on noodles with pork. Photo: Juminten Jones/Coconuts Bali

After perplexing both curries on noodles and rice, we can poke we in a instruction of a curry coco, for a creamier, richer flavor. Also note that if we get it with noodles, your curry’s entrance in a play and it’s going to be some-more of a soup, though if we take it with rice, a curry’s some-more of a salsa on tip to be churned in.

Don’t leave though checking out a dessert list—because there’s always room, amirite?

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Mocha creme. Photo: Juminten Jones/Coconuts Bali
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The creme caramel. Photo: Juminten Jones/Coconuts Bali

While a fruit image and variations of crepes were tighten calls, we went with a pudding-textured choices: a coco creme caramel and mocha creme. We left happy with a selection; both were tawny nonetheless light and not overly honeyed (read not full of synthetic flavors that can be a common problem with caramel in Bali).

We’d be lingering not to discuss a splash list, that is about a same same as a restaurant’s food menu. Named La Brasserie (French for a brewery), we would design no less. All a common suspects like Bintang and Bali Hai are on a list, though keep reading down, pass booze options (your customary Plaga and Two Islands), for a spirits, liquer, and cocktails, where things get some-more interesting. You’ll see names like Bombay Sapphire, Jose Cuervo, and Bailey’s, that are not novelties by any means, though have not always been a easiest to find in Jimbaran outward of pricey hotel bars, adult til now.

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La Brasserie
Jl. Bukit Permai no. 8
081239500044; WA 082153666087
10am-10pm (closed on Wednesday)

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