Moringa has been designed to be a convivial meeting place, bringing people together to enjoy their time in an attractive setting. The casual bistro-style restaurant has a colourful interior, with Asian murals and plush seating that entice guests to relax and post shots of the cosy interior on their social media feeds.
Of course, it also serves delectable treats whatever your mood, from snacks to filling meals. One of our favourites is the ikan bakar bumbu rujak, grilled marinated fish served with a spicy young papaya salad and rice. The skin is divinely crispy and the scent of the rujak salad is so mouth-wateringly incredible that you will be drooling before it even gets to your table.
This deceptively simple meal was inspired by Asian street food and grilled fish's global popularity. The fish is purchased fresh every day from Jimbaran fish market, while the rujak salad ingredients are also sourced fresh in Bali.
The combination of the succulent meaty fish and the spicy, acid-sour, crunchy young papaya in the salad put this dish firmly among Moringa's favourites. It is comfort food for everyone, proving that good food is not just for connoisseurs.
Located in the heart of the Kuta-Legian area on Jalan Dewi Sri, Moringa is easily accessible and has rapidly become a popular hang-out for friends to meet up.