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Perfect Crepes at Le Moulin, Ubud

30 October 2016 No Comment

Perfect Crepes at Le Moulin Ubud

It is no secret that the popularity of French cuisine extends well beyond its borders to far-flung corners of the world, yet it was still a pleasant surprise for us to discover Le Moulin in Ubud. Tucked away in a corner along Jalan Raya Pengosekan, the petite sized eatery that specialises in Crepes and Galettes could have easily been overlooked. If it was not for the alluring aroma of butter filtering outside from the kitchen we may not have stepped inside, but looking back we are sure glad we did give this place a try.

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Typical to street-side restaurants at Ubud, the ambience at Le Moulin is casual and friendly. An open kitchen sits at the front of the eatery, giving customers a chance to see a skilful chef in action. As it was before lunch time only half of the tables were filled. We chose a table near the back, away from the traffic and next to a small garden with a Balinese shrine. Overall, the setting is simple and unpretentious.

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The menu at Le Moulin is not overly big, but with enough variety we had some difficulty choosing what to order. If you are looking for a substantial savoury main, we would totally recommend their galettes. We decided to go with the Crepe de Perigord (duck magret, honey glaize, mushroom, and cheese) and Crepe le Moulin (egg, diced bacon, French sausages, tomato, and cheese).

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The galettes were thin and delicate, with flavour and consistency that feels just right. Each galette is topped with high quality condiments, from sweet caramelized onions to thick, juicy duck slices, making the dishes nothing less than spectacular. It was a gastronomic experience we did not quite expect.

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We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Le Moulin and will definitely visit again when we are in Ubud.

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