Pavoz Restaurant & Bar

strong>Right in the heart of buzzing Tuban, the breezy Pavoz Restaurant is a shrewd choice for anyone looking for top-notch nosh at knockout prices.
As part of the Sun Island Hotel complex, Pavoz is a street side restaurant that is perfectly positioned to provide the ideal spot for a bit of people watching at any time of the day. The menu reflects the eclectic international vibe of the area, with an extensive mix of local specialties, Western favourites and Chinese dishes that cover everything from breakfast and lunch to dinner and all-day snacking.
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Get your day started the right way with a number of breakfast options, or for lunch you’ve got the choice of classic comfort foods like burgers, pizzas and sandwiches to satisfy that mid-day craving. Freshen up on a hot day with a fruity tropical juice, or cool down with an iced coffee or mocktail. For something a little more grown up, a selection of cocktails and long drinks are sure to hit the spot – particularly the bar special ‘Magician’ (60k++), which is a mind-bending blend of gin and Blue Curacao topped with grenadine.
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Sports fans are well catered to here with an array of TVs showing national and international games from the EPL, AFL, NRL and more. Add in few scrumptious appetisers and a Bintang or six and you’re onto a winner, however your team goes.
If you’re not sure where to start, the Tuna Tartare (50k++) is a pretty good bet – fresh as can be and butter soft with a light soy dressing and sun-dried tomatoes. For a local taste check out the Indonesian classic Sup Buntut (110k++), otherwise known as oxtail soup. For the meat lovers, Pavoz’s Crisp Pork Belly (90k++) with glazed apple chutney and red wine sauce is an absolute winner.
IMG_6419ok< For something altogether more gluttonous, the current ‘Monday Satay Fiesta’ promotion (100k all you can eat) or the Saturday BBQ (130k also all you can eat) are both held between 6.30-10pm, which should be ample time to get your fill. Still hungry? Round things off with a sweet temptation – the beautifully light Crème Brulee (50k++) comes highly recommended, before settling in for the sunset session with live music, flavoured shishas and complimentary use of the hotel pool for restaurant guests. Dan Ashcroft
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Pavoz Restaurant & Bar
Jl. Kartika Plaza 88, Kuta
T. 761818 | www. sunislandkuta.com/dining.html
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