This happening beachside restaurant -- a Seminyak pioneer -- is lovingly referred to as 'La Looch' and looks out onto one of the prettiest stretches of Seminyak beach. The new Italian chef offers classic Mediterranean fare with a touch of Asian spice. The pan seared fillet of coral trout with pancetta, marinated artichokes, wild rocket, and preserved lemon dressing is a firm favorite. Finish with a lemon and vanilla bean souffl? and a bracing expresso. The only way to get to the restaurant is through the parking lot of the famous Petitenget Temple next door -- the laughter will lead the way. For further information booking and reservation mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Adding to Bali's white sand, blue water aesthetic comes AZUL Beach Club, an all-encompassing epicurean experience, where the cocktails are playful & bold, the menu is unique and fresh.
Always fresh and plentiful, abundant goodness for all. It's full of color, flavour and goodness. Inspired by our hometown, Byron Bay, which shares so much with Bali... good times, family, sun, sea and surf. We believe it's never the wrong time for two perfectly poached eggs over crunchy chat potatoes, rosemary butter mushrooms and peppery rocket thrown together with goat cheese and balsamic reduction or perhaps free range poached eggs over crispy sweet corn fritters, chunky avocado salsa, chili jam, sour cream and grilled bacon. Seriously, it's that good.
On this stunning stretch of white sandy beach on the Bukit Peninsula, every day is Sunday, and Sundays Beach Club offers a memorable experience like no other. Relax to the cool tunes and enjoy friendly Balinese service. Take out a kayak or stand up paddle board at low tide. Swim or snorkel in the crystal clear lagoon. At Sundays Beach Club restaurant, they select the freshest ingredients to create a varied menu of local, international and fusion cuisine for you to enjoy in this relaxing beachside setting. Enjoy light snacks, international menus and everything in-between. Gourmet sandwiches, burgers, seafood and fresh salads await, or grab an authentic pizza straight from the stone pizza oven, fire up the beach bonfires daily at sunset so pull up…
Nestled in the heart of the Balinese landscape where the jungle meets the ocean, La Plancha opened its doors in 2010 and was the original (and the first) Chiringuito styled restaurant and bar in Seminyak. The brightly coloured, vintage inspired structure was designed to bring something different to Bali.
Since introducing PHBC in 2010, both owners has successfully gained numerous international recognitions from various publications and medias. Known for its multi-cultural blend of gastronomy, libations and entertainment which imbues music, art and fashion at the same time, PHBC has given Bali and its visitors the best of island living with a memorable and fun experience. Designed by acclaimed architect Andra Matin as a modern take on the Coliseum, the towering elliptical facade is crafted in Potato Head's seminal trademark of mismatched 18th century teak shutters collected from across the Indonesian archipelago. The beachfront bar and 500-square meter emerald lawn leading to an infinity pool is all housed inside a state-of-the-art amphitheater. Drawing focus on the ground floor is the Potato Head bar; designed using…
Indonesia invites you to experience the unsurpassed world of Ku De Ta in Seminyak, Bali, a highly acclaimed beachfront destination that has opened its doors to sun-seeking travelers from around the globe for more than a decade. Set on the Southern Coast of the island, Ku De Ta's idyllic tropical setting is an excuse to visit at any time of the year, as sunshine reigns all year round. Surrounded by the fragrance of fresh ocean water, Ku De Ta's elegantly designed spaces seamlessly transition into a lively backdrop for music, dancing, lounging and dining as the sun sets into the evening. Whether over a meal or casual cocktails, Ku De Ta's picturesque setting provides sweeping views of the cerulean Indian Ocean that will simply take…
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