olala Bistronomy Umalas Bali The French Quarter on the island

Olala Bistronomy Umalas stands as a representation of French gastronomy in the area that qualifies as the French Quarters on the Island of the Gods. Umalas indeed symbolize the true meaning of hidden paradise near the touristic area of Legian Seminyak between kerobokan and Canggu. No wander that a lot of micro-business owners chose to live in the small village within the rice field.


Olala Bistronomy Umalas
Olala interior

Olala bistronomy stands right within this friendly community proposing simple homemade French cuisine with a little tropical twist .


Olala Bistronomy Umalas
Maxime, Julien and Me

Olala Bistronomy Umalas

All around Umalas the traffic can be challenging at time but somehow some part of Umalas always remains quiet and at walking distance you can find quality places to indulge your appetite. So with Maxime and Julien we decided to enjoy time with zero headache.


Olala Bistronomy Umalas
Rice field view

Olala Bistronomy Umalas

Friendly people , friendly menu and atmosphere …what else do we need ? no fancy service and no need of tight attire to enter the place. short pans and sandals would be the minimum requirement , no pressure from the personel which was very calm and smiley.


Olala Bistronomy Umalas
Welcoming team at Olala

Surprisingly the food was spot on with the taste . Heavily influenced by French cuisine with some exceptions, to please everyone around, the food is very professionally cooked and beautifully presented .

Traditional French treats such as Parmentier , Beef Tartare, Tuna Carpaccio, rabbit terrine,Pumpkin soup, Tuna Gravlax and even Oysters etc… with also as expected a large choice of good red and white wine.


Olala Bistronomy Umalas
general view Olala

Olala Bistronomy Umalas Menu

I personally tasted their Parmentier Bourguignon which is a slow braised red wine beef stew served with French mashed potato and a small mixed salad on the side. It was surprisingly exquisite ( and I am really not easy to satisfy !!).Maxime took the beetroot & Quinoa salad and Julien went for the Rabbit Terrine served like a sandwich with a salad.

No headache and great food for a lazy relax afternoon . This restaurant is really good and affordable if you want to taste real homemade French food in the heart of Bali.



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