La Sal Spanish Restaurant (Bali)

By Jakarta100bars
La Sal is a Spanish restaurant located on Jalan Drupadi, in Seminyak, Bali. It is owned by two men from Spain/Argentina: Lino De Zordo in the kitchen and Gonzalo Sanchez to manage the operations. You should have a good chance to see them around talking to customers. 

The restaurant is rather large, partially in the open-air, with a bar area in the corner inside. There is nothing really special about the design but it is neat. It would be nicer if it was smaller I think, with less tables. The current look is similar to a canteen, with the same tables lining up one after another.

La Sal serves Tapas and South American-style meat grilled on the barbecue they have in the garden. I had several Tapas and a soup. The Mushrooms, the Boiled Octopus and the Gazpacho were very good, but the Lamb Skewers were quite hard to chew. The prices are on the higher end: A full meal should cost you around Rp300,000-Rp500,000 without wine. I thought it was a bit too much considering my overall experience. 
Overall: I enjoyed La Sal but I found it too expensive, probably targeting tourists more than expats. I would recommend it only for Spanish food lovers who are on a loose budget. The general atmosphere of the restaurant is lacking a more original design to make it a recommended venue for dates/romantic dinners. The service was excellent though, on the level with other semi-fine dining restaurants in Bali.
La Sal
Spanish Restaurant and Lounge
Jalan Drupadi II No. 100 (in front of the new hotel Harris Seminyak)
Seminyak, 80361, Bali

Phone number: +62 (0) 361 738 321
Fax: +62 (0) 361 738 322

Opening Hours:
Everyday from 12pm to 3pm and from 6.30pm to 11pm (closed for lunch on Sundays)

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