Casa Espana is a Spanish restaurant located on Jalan Kunti in Seminyak, not far from Taco Beach or Rolling Fork. It was opened in mid-2014 by the same people who brought us Casa Espana in Kemang, Jakarta. The branch there  had a fine dining concept and was more expensive. It recently closed down after their rent in the Piccadilly building doubled.

The owner told me they had the ambition to open again a fine dining Spanish restaurant in Bali, but they were still scouting for the best location. Casa Espana in Jalan Kunti is a less ambitious project with a very limited menu. It has just a few tapas, some paella dishes and 4 main courses: 
As I didn't want tapas or paella, my choice was limited. I went for the Tenderloin with Vegetables and Fries (Rp160,000) and the Gazpacho (Rp45,000) as an appetizer. Both were excellent, and with a real Spanish authentic taste. It is not surprising as the Chef and the Manager are both Spanish. I did think it was a bit expensive though since the location and the facilities of Casa Espana are rather simple.
Gazpacho (Rp45,000)
Beef Tenderloin (Rp160,000)
They had just opened a few days before when I visited and they were clearly in a soft opening phase. For this reason, there were a few small issues that will probably be solved over time. The Wifi was not working for instance.

Overall: Recommended for Authentic Spanish food in Bali. Check the menu first to make sure there is everything you want.
Casa Espana Bali
Jalan Kunti 1 No.7C
Seminyak - Bali
Phone number: +62 (0) 361 557 1468

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