Festive degustation at Teatro

December 18, 2014 dinah

Ladies and gentlemen, the search is over. The honchos of hospitality at Teatro have you sorted for the festive season with two jaw-dropping 7-course set menus. All you need to do is book your table, post haste.

Teatro is already the go-to gastronomy destination for special occasions – Valentine’s Day, Birthdays, Anniversaries and the like – so why should Christmas and New Year’s Eve be any exception?

The food artists of Teatro will get to work over the season of feasting, creating a masterful melody of dishes from their open-view kitchen.

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The dinner degustation menu, to be dished up on the 24th and 25th, will include fresh Sumbawa coral trout; caramelised Atlantic scallops; slow cooked turkey with lentils and brussel sprouts; and mango yoghurt sorbet.

The New Year dinner degustation, set for the 31st of December, has us salivating with the likes of miso glazed tuna toro; spiced duck breast with green curry, daikon radish and corn; and Valrhona chocolate.

These mouth-watering moments are paired with the finest wines, hailing from France, New Zealand and Australia, so all bases are covered.

Chefs Daniel Edward and Mandif M Warokka will bring these festive menus to life. Together they boast a ton of culinary accolades and have delighted much of the globe with their enviable skills.

Nested on Seminyak’s Jalan Kayu Aya, Teatro is the perfect location in the heart of the celebrations. Prelude the Christmas affair with a spot of self-gifting and finish your New Year’s dinner with fireworks on the beach.

Teatro, Jalan Kayu Aya Blok C No. 1-2, Kuta Utara, 80361, p. +62 361 8700078 e. info@teatrobali.com. Open 7 days a week, 6-1030pm.


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