Time Out says
The place doubles as a cooking school and a restaurant that serves Balinese food with a western twist. From its wooden furniture to the dim lighting and tradtional Balinese knick knacks, all that's missing is the salty sea breeze to transport yourself to Bali. Very affordable for its speciality, the menu is predominantly seasoned meat, poultry and seafood barbequed over a coconut husk fire, and even their steaks have been Bali-nised with their signature lemongrass marinade. The Nasi Campur (mixed rice) special is a good way to sample the different flavours as it comes with sate, grilled chicken, prawns, fish and cuttlefish. Kids who don't favour Indonesian fare can order from the Western kids' menu that offers chicky pasta, chicken tenders and fish fingers, all served with juice or soy milk.