FIRE, one of Seminyak’s most revered grill-based eateries found within the vibrant W Bali – Seminyak returns to its primal roots concept, highlighting Bali’s mysticism where they’ve embodied the entrancing energy and magic of the traditional Balinese Kecak Dance into their culinary offerings. Set to delight the most of discerning palates, W Bali – Seminyak’s
Even through a pandemic, it hasn’t stopped the island’s eager and creative food and beverage industry from continuing to innovate and grow. Brand new venues – be it a late-night speakeasy, the latest fine-dining destination or comfy new café – are still popping up across Bali and herewith we bring you some of the most
Graciously elevated high above the lush palms on the legendary Kuta Beach strip is a newly launched rooftop oasis: Kuta Social Club. Nestled on the exquisite rooftop of Mamaka by Ovolo, Bali’s first urban resort, the opening of Kuta Social Club is set to revitalise the neighbourhood with a jolt of fresh vibes in its
Blending two distinct experiences together, Kojin Teppanyaki Restaurant brings Japanese cuisine to the verdant valleys of north Ubud. This intimate venue offers flaming teppanyaki and the chef-led Omakase experiences, in a location quite unlike any other Japanese restaurant in Bali – one inspired by the Japanese Kami (God) of Fire, the Hearth and the Kitchen.
One of the capital’s iconic restaurants has gone through an exciting transformation, out of which Double Bee Café and Resto has emerged! This cosy eatery adds a refreshingly contemporary dining destination to Denpasar, as well as being one of the first pet-friendly restaurants in the area. An All-New Look Previously known as Braga Permai Bali
The latest addition to the famous Karma Kandara resort, Le Club 22 is a new beachfront bar that invites you to rediscover the white sands of the Bukit Peninsula whilst sipping on handcrafted cocktails! A dramatic descent from the luxury resort, Karma Kandara, takes you down to a seemingly private beach, where you’ll find the
1930’s Bali has a rich history, one could say that it was the decade that introduced this obscure little island to the world. Inspired by certain figures of this charming yet pivotal past, Panji Wisrawan, Head Mixologist of Aperitif Bar, has thoughtfully created the Cocktail Anthology, a drinks list that invokes the magic of this
Opening with style on 26 March 2022, Bali’s newest destination, Mari Beach Club, presents an original approach to your typical beach club with a venue steeped in nature-based design and cultural inspiration. Found lining the shores of Batu Belig Beach, bordering Seminyak and Canggu, the new hotspot offers a timeless beachfront atmosphere, along with their
That time of year has come again, and if you’re in Bali, you’re in luck. Valentines Day in Bali is easy, the jaw-dropping views and atmosphere make every destination special and the five-star hospitality means finding somewhere to enjoy a romantic dinner in Bali is no problem. Valentines Day Romantic Dinner in Bali All you
Welcoming the Year of the Tiger, restaurants and resorts across the island are getting their Lunar New Year feasts ready. So, if you’re celebrating Chinese New Year in Bali, then you’re in luck! On Tuesday, 1 February 2022 the island will see delicious food, moon cakes, red ang pao envelopes and more to celebrate this special occasion.
Bali’s diverse culinary scene welcomes an exciting new addition with the opening of Mervilla, the first-ever Caribbean restaurant and bar to open on the island. Caribbean cuisine isn’t commonly found anywhere in Asia, which is why this venue invites guests to indulge in the exotic and bold flavours of Caribbean dishes. Despite Bali’s eclectic and
Whilst the island’s food and beverage scene has seen a rise in vegetarian restaurants, vegan restaurants and the like, you’ll still find great spots to dig into juicy steaks in Bali. Whether you’re after succulent marbled wagyu, juicy dry-aged cuts or a beastly tomahawk to share with the group, there are plenty of meat-maestros and
Despite the pandemic crippling Bali’s economy for almost 2 years, it hasn’t stopped island creatives from continuing to innovate and come up with new business ventures, especially in the F&B industry. One of the newcomers in Bali’s food and beverage scene is Atelier 5, a French café inspired establishment that opened in Canggu. Imagine the