Missing Seminyak? We've got some good news for you!

Oct 28, 2020
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It’s been a long few months of waiting and we can all agree that this year has been a little crazy. For those of us who are still here in Bali, you’ll already know that our daily beach hangs and spa-days have well and truly been put on the back-burner. 

Seminyak is positively spilling with uber-cool cafes, hip restaurants, cool beach clubs and late-night haunts and it’s safe to say we’ve all missed its iconic eateries. The good news is, slowly but surely we’re seeing some of our fave spots re-open their doors and welcome us back so we thought we’d share a few you’ll want to check out. 



If you’re in the mood for freshly harvested and locally sourced seafood in a dreamy oceanfront location, you need to add SeaSalt to your list. This seafood-inspired restaurant comes with Japanese infusions at every turn, matched with a menu of refreshing and sustainable ocean-inspired cocktails. To help your peace of mind, the team has implemented enhanced measures for food preparation, set-up and service, so that you can dine with confidence. 

Mano Beach House


Picture this, a stunning beachfront location in the most incredible spot on Seminyak beach, the perfect pool, cocktails and laid back tunes, what's not to love? Mano Beach house has it all - chilled vibes, some the best cocktails on the island and a range of food plates that will truly tempt those tastebuds. From family brunches, seafood dinners and live sunset performances, this is the perfect location to soak up the ocean views and take in Bali’s sparkling sunsets.

Boy ‘N’ Cow


Located at the top of Seminyak's famous 'Eat Street', Boy'N'Cow is an industrial dry-aged meat boutique and cocktail lounge that delivers quality produce, from scratch, using only the finest ingredients from across the globe. They LOVE meat and specialise in dry-ageing all of their beef on site. With a share-style menu, handcrafted cocktails and all the preventative and precautionary measures you need, this is one to add to your list!

Da Maria


Da Maria has long been the talk of the island, not only for its breath-taking design but for its amazing pizzas and some of the coolest cocktail creations around. The ultra-hip Italian restaurant is located on Seminyaks very own ‘Eat Street’ and is more than just an eatery, boasting some of the hottest Sunday parties around.

 Kynd Community


Everyone’s favourite plant-based paradise, Kynd Community serves up a tasty menu alongside its signature baby pink stools and Instagram-worthy feature wall. For brekkie and brunch, it’s all about big bowls, gourmet toast and some of the best smoothies on the island, while for lunch and dinner, it’s vegan fish tacos, Balinese Big Macs and picture-perfect cocktails. Ideal for veggies and vegans, head down for a distanced dine-in or order delivery to your door via GoJek and Grab.

Shima Teppanyaki


If it’s a unique culinary experience accompanied by fine quality meat and fish you’re after, then look no further than Shima Teppanyaki. Not only focused on the theatrics of a live Teppanyaki show, but Shima is also all about the ingredients – top-notch produce that’s handled with precision. Expect premium quality imported Australian beef, locally caught fish delivered fresh daily and locally grown vegetables alongside an extensive list of imported wines and delicious cocktails!

Written by Rae-Anne Gouyette