In Love With Food

Exquisite Taste - - Grapevine - (

If you love food as much as the folks at Folie, then head over to Canggu and pre­pare to be daz­zled. This pretty restau­rant and pâtis­serie draws Bali's food­ies at all times of the day, whether they're looking for a sat­is­fy­ing break­fast – the croque mon­sieur is worth the jour­ney all by it­self – some of the amaz­ing pas­tries along with a tea or cof­fee, or lunch or din­ner with a cock­tail or glass of wine.

The driv­ing force be­hind Folie is none other than Chef Stephane Si­mond, who has cooked in Miche­lin-starred restau­rants, as well as an award-win­ning French restau­rant in Jakarta and led the kitchen of one of Bali's five-star re­sorts. With this il­lus­tri­ous back­ground, it's no won­der we're all en­chanted with Folie. Hold­ing to the famed say­ing that life is too short to eat cel­ery sticks, Chef Stephane cel­e­brates fresh lo­cal pro­duce and high qual­ity in­gre­di­ents, which com­bined with his fas­ci­na­tion for Asian flavours and train­ing in French haute cui­sine, re­sults in a won­der­ful mar­riage of clev­erly cre­ated dishes that taste so good you'll end up or­der­ing some­thing to take home.

Among the many treats for your tummy at Folie, try the pan-seared French foie gras, the free-range pork belly, one of the vi­brant sal­ads or the home­made gnoc­chi with its in­ter­est­ing In­done­sian flavours!

With both in­door and out­door seat­ing, plus plenty of car park­ing, there is no rea­son not to head to Folie.

Folie straw­berry tart

Pan-seared French foie gras

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