Your next Bali jaunt just got a little tastier – iconic Australian restaurant MoVida, which currently has restaurants in both Sydney and Melbourne, has packed their bags and headed to Seminyak to share their love of all things tapas with the fine beach folk of Bali.
Working in collaboration with Bali’s famous Potato Head Beach Club, MoVida has set up shop at the base of the new Katamama Hotel along Seminyak beach. The spanish tapas bar will be upping the ante a little with a fresh take on their menu, adapting MoVida favourites to reflect the beach setting and the local Indonesian produce.
Some of the updated menu tweaks include using Indonesian Wagyu beef in their tartar with a sesame-seed crisp, as well as a pepita crisp with goat’s curd, local honey and Indonesian-grown macadamias.
These new items will also join MoVida’s huge beverage list which includes an impressive menu of Spanish wines and around a ten different types of sangria.