La Finca is a Spanish restaurant located near Batu Belig beach, between Seminyak and Canggu. It is owned by Thomas Mack, a young, mix German-Chinese man who previously lived in Ibiza. The Mediterranean island seemed to have been a big influence in the making of La Finca. 

Nestled in a spacious open-air area and surrounded by rice fields, it is relaxing and laid-back. It is also quite romantic if you come in the evening. Hopefully there won't be too many developments around so that it retains its peaceful rural charm...

I visited on a Sunday afternoon and it was not too busy... The menu is rather short: It features a variety of Tapas, Sandwiches, Hamburgers and Salads. They also have "Carne a la Piedra" = Beef that you can cook yourself on a hot stone.

We had the Carpaccio with Manchego Cheese (Rp69,000++), the Roasted Vegetable Tower (Rp45,000++), the Grilled Squid (Rp45,000++) and the Beef Meatball Sandwich (Rp69,000++).
Beef Carpaccio with Manchego Cheese (Rp69,000++)
Grilled Calamari (Rp45,000++)
Roasted Vegetable Tower (Rp45,000++)
Meatball Sandwich (Rp69,000++)
The prices are very reasonable and the presentation of each dishes was great. Unfortunately, out of 4, we only liked two of them. The Beef Meatball Sandwich in particular was really too salty and we left half of it in our plate.

Overall: La Finca is a nice, well-managed concept. It offers good value for money considering the setting and the service, but the taste of the food could be improved I believe. I would still definitely try again as it could have been just bad luck.
La Finca Bali
Jalan Subak Sari #77, Banjar Tegal Gundul, Batu Belig
Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia 80361

Phone number: +62 (0) 361 274 0088 or +62 (0) 361 210 5080

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Opening Hours:
Every day from 11am to 11pm
La Finca Tapas Menu

La Finca Meat, Burgers, Sandwiches, Salads

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