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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.

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