The menu was quite interesting. I was tempted with the garlic bread or bruschetta considering they are a bakery with probably nice bread, but surprise surprise I chose the lumpia (chicken spring rolls). Probably a bad choice as they were over cooked. The sweet chili sauce that came with them was pretty good though I prefer when they come with a Balinese peanut sauce.
For a main I went with Ayam Palelang (sp?), shredded chicken breast with a Balinese sauce (samal matah). Very nicely presented dish, though not enough chicken for me.
The prices are pretty standard for this part of town, about 40,000 ($4 for mains), not a bad option if you want to try somewhere new.