WHEN you want to enjoy a special menu with exotic scenery, simply come and try the menus presented at Matahari Restaurant. The dining venue located at the Inna Sindhu Beach Hotel Resort & Meeting offers diverse local, national and international delicacies.
This restaurant does not only offer palatable dishes, but also capable of generating complacency. Designed in Balinese architectural style, this venue also gives you magnificent views. White sandy beach stretching in front of the restaurant results in the relaxing impression.
Moreover, when delighting in the Sweet & Sour Fried Fish, a special and best-selling menu, you will get a special culinary experience. It poses a typical cuisine of Indonesia that has been most popular among tourists. Though presented in traditional spices, this menu is served with a modern presentation, so that it can be appropriately enjoyed by guests from different countries.
“This kind of fish-based food is very compatible with the beachfront Matahari Restaurant,” said the Food and Beverage Manager, Faridah Iswahyuni.
Faridah explained the dish was very unique because it was made from fresh fish. The Sweet & Sour Fried Fish was made from snapper. To give a sense of steadiness, the fish was halved and then shaped like a wing. “Upon receiving a reservation, this fish will be fried and doused with a special sweet and sour sauce,” she said.
Snapper was not presented as such, explained Faridah, because the dish was also added with French fries and sautéed vegetables consisting of carrots, green beans, broccoli and cauliflower. “Next to the fish is also garnished with lemon slices to add a fresh impression on the fish,” she said.
In terms of taste, the Matahari Restaurant belonged to good category and was mostly enjoyed by foreign tourists. “Most visitors come from Norway, the Netherlands, Europe and Australia. In addition, they usually try the other menus such as the distinctive Dabu-Dabu grilled fish of Manado,” she added.
So, what are you waiting for? Enjoy the Sweet & Sour Fried Fish at the Matahari Restaurant. Visitors enjoying food at the restaurant can also read novels for free. Language of the novel is also varied such as in English, German, French and Dutch. (BTN/ocha/015)
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