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Three Great Reasons to Visit Bali

Three Bali Restaurants Included in Miele’s Guide to Asia’s Best Dining Venues

(1/27/2013) Created in 2008 to celebrate the fast-developing fine cuisine scene in Asia, The Miele Guide has annually ranked Asia’s Top 20 Restaurants.

After undergoing a four-phase selection process that considers public opinion and rigorous reviews by a panel of uncompromising food critics, an annual list of Asia’s Best restaurants is released covering restaurants in 17 Asian countries.

The selection process calls on voters, judges and jury members to consider the following: (1) the quality of the food served; (2) the ambience of the restaurant; and (3) the level of service offered, Finally, selectors are asked to consider the tastes of Asian diners in casting their vote.

The 2013 edition of Asia’s Top 20 Restaurants was announced in Singapore on January 22, 2013.

Winning top honors again were the Robuchon au Dome (Macau) and L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon (Hong Kong), winning first and third place, respectively, in this year’s list. Winning second-place honor was Waku Ghin (Singapore) – a restaurant operated by Japan-born Australian chef Tetsuya Wakuda.

Bali – an Island of Outstanding Cuisine

Reinforcing Bali’s reputation as an island for outstanding dining options for its million of annual visitors is the presence of 3 Bali dining venues in Miele's current list of Asia’s top eateries.

[Mozaic Restaurant Gastronomique]  

Ranked #5 in the 2103 Miele tanking, Chris Salans’ gardened restaurant Mozaic Restaurant Gastronomique continues to amaze and please with its mix of French and progressive techniques that celebrate Indonesian ingredients and kitchen traditions.

[Sarong

Ranked #13 and making its debut on Miele’s list is Will Meyrick’s legendary Sarong located in Bali’s restaurant and nightlife center of Seminyak. Asia fusion means tastes that are Indian, Indonesian, Thai and Chinese comfortably keep company in the communal dining atmosphere at Sarong.

[Metis

Bali’s popular Metis restaurant holds the #19 post in this year’s Miele ranking. Opened in 2009 by chef Nicholas ‘Doudou’ Tourneville who brought his formidable reputation for French fine-dining restaurant established at Kafe Warisan, the style at Metis is classic French-Mediterranean cuisine punctuated with a whimsical incorporation of Asian influences.

Related Link

[The Miele Guide