Ani Nur M
Nice view but the food tasteless
Visited 1 years ago with family. The staffs all are super friendly. It has great view overlooking the beach. But unfortunately the food is tasteless for me. We ate the Balinese traditional foods which plentiful consist rice, urap, sate Lilit, sbal egg etc and Tempe satay for kids. The price is quite expensive. The good things is the attentive friendly staffs and the view. But for the taste need big improvement
08 Jul 2018
Presentation triumphs over food quality
Best points about this place are closeness to the water and the way the food is presented. Both are a real plus. But I’d never go back wanting to savour the food - unenticingly flat flavours for each course. And the Legong Dance was a very pedestrian production which took less than ten minutes all up.
05 Jul 2018
Right on the waterfront setting ... try to get there before dark..
A small group of friends descended on Le Zat, for dinner. Like most restaurants, Le Zat offers free pick up/drop off from your hotel, which is great, considering Le Zat is the "other end of town" for us.... too far to walk! Table at the front, overlooking the Bali Sea to the island of Nusa Penida.. a beautiful outlook at sunset. I opted for an entree of calamari, followed by main dish of Mahi Mahi with garlic caper sauce, which was delicious. With food and wine, costs was RPH250,00 (AUD25) each.
30 Jun 2018
Lezat Beach Restaurant
Jl. Raya Candidasa Samuh Bugbug, Bali, Indonesia