Padi Fine Dining at Desa Visesa Ubud is the pesco-vegetarian restaurant that’s throwing out the rule book

Think of classic fine dining cuisine, and no doubt visions of velvety foie gras and meaty hunks of Wagyu tenderloin spring to mind – maybe even braised pigeon breast or snail porridge if you’re really adventurous…

But it seems that the times are indeed a changing, because Padi Fine Dining at Desa Visesa Ubud is the most recent work of celeb Indonesian chef Mandif Warokka (the kitchen genius who gave us Teatro Gastroteque in Seminyak and BLANCO Par Mandif in Ubud) and instead of animal ingredients taking centre stage here, the menu comes sans meat, serving up a pesco-vegetarian feast with a focus on fresh produce from both garden and sea.

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