After strolling through the antique and jewelry galleries, head to the refined dining room of this celebrated French restaurant overlooking expansive lotus ponds. The straightforward menu leans toward grilled meats and fish: rack of lamb served with baked garlic cloves, tomato, and olives elevates the glories of the flesh. Conversely, the so-called "legendary" hot foie gras masks the subtle flavor with fruity accompaniments. The soufflés are extraordinarily fluffy but,
like the homemade frozen desserts, excessively sugary. Quibbles aside, everything is perfectly cooked, presented, and served, supported by a Bali-to-Bordeaux wine list.