Topolopompo is an especially attractive, elegant, warm environment with extremely efficient service, a lovely wine menu and selection of sakes, and an extensive menu with a good balance of meat and fish dishes and of course vegetables. In short, it has a lot of assets. The inevitable cauliflower, simply grilled or roasted, is superbly presented, very bucolic with wonderful flavors of mint and basil and a lively lime seasoning. The Balinese sea bream is an excellent, skillfully prepared fish: with just the right proportion of fresh herbs to not overpower the fish, and delicious sauces with just the right amount of lemon. The yellow chicken curry is rich and flavorful. The tasty, tender chicken is marinated and cooked in the same sauce with lovely Asian overtones. Here the accent is on the decorum, whether in terms of restaurant design or the presentation of dishes. Inevitably, the latter inspire exclamations of surprise and contentment. Above all, the products are carefully selected, the combinations are original, the flavors are subtle, and the dishes are perfectly cooked. A meal here is a trip into a very creative “Conforti’s fire kitchen”, guided by the attentive staff.