Sat across the legendary Blanco Museum, Ubud, Little Talks is a chic and peaceful establishment tucked away from the bustling main street. The restaurant provide a serene environs to dine and relax, with direct view of
unruffled green scenery and a mini library filled with interesting books and literature on one of its side.
The menus served at Little Talks are comfort foods at best, consisting wide selections of Indonesian traditional treat and Western dishes. If you wish to savor Indonesian type of dishes; you can start with fried spring roll or ‘gadogado’ vegetable mash with peanut sauce, both widely accepted as the country’s signature dishes. Then tuna sambal matah could be your pick of main menu; a portion of grilled tuna and Balinese ‘raw chili sauce with chopped fresh shallot on top. Wrap up your dine with pisang goreng, which consist honey-glazed fried bananas with strawberry ice cream and raisin on side. Drink consist of non-alcoholic refresher such as cucumber, mint & lime mixed juice or tropical red coco-a glass of thirstquencher made from soda, red coconut syrup and nata de coco jelly.
Jl. Campuhan, Ubud
Tel. +62 361 479 2529