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Mozaic (Ubud): Fine Dining in an Unsuspecting Place

I always knew of Ubud for its calm, serene and Eat-Pray-Love kind of vibe. Without the desire of going on a yoga retreat, it hadn’t been the highest priority on my list of places to visit. But then I heard about Mozaic. In fact, a friend from Jakarta shared a number of excellent restaurants and cafes, along with the top-selling point about Ubud: an abundance of beautiful yet extremely affordable resorts. We stayed at Ume Sri Villas – it’s new, secluded and highly recommended. I can now verify that Ubud is definitely a place worth visiting, even if you’re not a yogi. But in a rather remote and secluded location, I wouldn’t have expected amazing food options, let alone a full-blown intricate fine dining meal, accompanied with top notch service. The quality at Mozaic was that of what you’d usually only see in large cities with fierce culinary competition. “From our Local Farmers” 6-course menu We booked Mozaic almost two weeks in advance (bookings are must) and was informed about their “local” 6-course or 8-course …