I had heard so much about Mozaic over the years and on a previous visit to Bali just did not have the opportunity to get there. So this time, I made it my mission to enter through those now famous doors that invite you into an evening of pure gastronomic delight. And such delight it is. Upon arrival and being greeted by the fabulous hostess, Sri, we were seated on the upper terrace looking out over the gardens. Two cocktails later and we were ready for what can only be described as an evening of decadence. After a delightful and interesting conversation with the maestro himself, Chris Salans, we were left in the more than capable hands of the dapper general manager, Jean Francois. 86 urbanlifenstyle.com Jean Francois was an absolute delight, with his French accent and friendly manner he made what was to be a memorable meal even more so with his explanations of our meals and anecdotes of life in Bali. Bali mozaiC restaurant What followed after being seated in the beautiful gardens was a culinary treat par excellence. From the amuse bouche of a trio of cornetto each with its own taste sensation to the Jeruk Puruk which was a dessert of Kaffir lime chocolate shell, Valrhona chocolate espuma, kaffir lime sorbet and confit belimbing wuluh every course stretched the culinary imagination to new heights. To Read The Full Article CLICK HERE 87