Rejoice! Australia's best tapas is now available in Seminyak.
Frank Camorra, MoVida's owner and chef, and the group behind one of Bali's most popular beachfront venues, Potato Head Beach Club, have brought the cult Spanish restaurant, which was set up in a Melbourne laneway in 2004 before taking on the Sydney dining scene in 2012, to the Island of the Gods.
As part of PTT’s new Katamama hotel, which opens its doors in March, MoVida Bali’s menu is infused with Indonesian flavours, but still maintains its signature Spanish style.
“As part of the culinary approach for our Bali venture we have tailored a number of our signature dishes to reflect the tropical landscape – our dishes still feature distinct MoVida flavours, highlighting the best produce Bali has to offer,” said Camorra.
Chef Jimmy Parker, who has a three-year stint at Melbourne’s MoVida Next Door under his belt, is running the kitchen.