Ubud is a gorgeous and lush location, where nature combines with the modern for an unbelievable experience. That’s the feeling we got at Blanco Par Mandiff as well.
We stumbled upon Blanco Par Mandiff when we looked at the best restaurants to go to in Ubud.
After riding our scooters to the top of a small hill, we were met with a security guard who told us how to secure a reservation and let us look at the menu.
Blanco Par Mandiff Bathroom
The bathroom was quite nice and stocked with L’Occitane products. It was difficult to get to through the stairway though.
Blanco Par Mandiff Seating Arrangements
When we visited in 2017, there were only seats in the open kitchen area. It was cool to watch the chefs prepare your meal and converse with them.
Since then, Blanco Par Mandiff has opened a separate dining area that looks like a fine dining room. These two photos below are from the Blanco Par Mandiff site:
How Does Blanco Par Mandiffs Menu Work?
Blanco Par Mandiff’s menu is Prix Fixe. You can choose between 7, 9, and 13 courses and a wine pairing to go along with them if you choose.
Here are the prices of Blanco Par Mandiff’s menu in USD at the time of this blog post being published:
- 7 Course – IDR 1.25M ($87 USD) With Wine Pairing – IDR 2.5M ($175 USD)
- 9 Course – IDR 1.4M ($98 USD) With Wine Pairing IDR 2.8M ($196 USD)
13 Course– They’ve discontinued this one!
How To Make Blanco Par Mandiff Reservations
Blanco Par Mandiff’s reservations are powered by Chope, which is the Asian version of OpenTable (a platform used to make restaurant reservations). Chope gives points just like OpenTable does, but if you’re not in Asian often, it might take you a while to rack up the points for a redemption.
Make a reservation to Blanco Par Mandiff here.
How To Get To Blanco Par Mandiff
There are three methods of transport in Ubud: Scooter, Uber, and private driver.
You can rent a scooter for $6 per day in Ubud. The city is small enough that you can get around that way. We rode around for miles on the scooter for 20 minutes at a time and were fine — a lot of Ubud residents ride scooters as well.
Uber: Uber is very cheap in Ubud, but it might take a while for the car to get to you.
Private Car: You can rent a car in Ubud for the day to take you to see the sites for a pretty reasonable price. You can find a private driver for a day at $35. Odds are you can’t drive as well as they can on the roads and they’ll be able to plan a great day for you too.
What Is The Blanco Par Mandiff Menu?
Check out Blanco Par Mandiff’s menu here.
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