Big Fish Bar and Grill

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En­sconced in the mod­ern and lux­u­ri­ous The Stones – Le­gian, Bali, Big Fish Bar and Grill boasts a mes­meris­ing view of the ho­tel’s la­goon pool – beam­ing idyl­lic trop­i­cal am­bi­ence by day and il­lu­mi­nat­ing lights and re­flec­tions by night. The restau­rant re­lies on the best qual­ity fresh in­gre­di­ents sourced lo­cally to com­pose the menu, com­pris­ing re­fresh­ing salads, juicy Stock­yard steaks and re­spon­si­bly caught seafood.

Sus­tain­abil­ity is para­mount at The Stones – Le­gian, Bali, that’s why Big Fish Bar and Grill’s lat­est sig­na­ture dish – The Big Fish – uses sus­tain­able fish as the main star of the hearty meal. The sig­na­ture de­light com­prises 1kg of sus­tain­able catch of the day and two side dishes of your choice. For the fish it­self, you can choose to have it char-grilled with gar­lic and lemon, grilled Jimbaran-style, fil­leted and bat­tered or crispy In­done­sian ikan goreng-style.

“Visit Big Fish Bar and Grill at any time of the day, but to cre­ate a more mem­o­rable ex­pe­ri­ence, come dur­ing sun­set and opt for the ro­man­tic din­ner set-up across the pool,” ad­vised Chef Ngu­rah Men­dala – bet­ter known as Chef Alit. “I would sug­gest the Ba­li­nese-style seafood, paired with a trop­i­cal mar­garita. For western style, pair it with a glass of Pinot Gri­gio or even a sparkling wine, and for the fried fish, noth­ing is bet­ter than an ice-cold Bin­tang.”

Other sig­na­ture dishes that any seafood en­thu­si­ast shouldn’t miss are The Seafood Grill com­pris­ing baby lob­ster tails, tiger prawns, scal­lops and At­lantic salmon, served with corn on the cob, gar­lic but­ter, lemon beurre blanc and sam­bal matah, and the sim­pler Ba­li­nese Seafood of seared scal­lop, tuna tataki and river prawn, served with sam­bal ulek, sam­bal matah and sam­bal mangga.


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