Wine for Corona Times

I write this column from a period of self-isolation in my house. I used to smoke two packs a day until my second daughter was born and since the coronavirus started in January, I have been having dreams of taking up smoking again. I consulted a book of Karl Jung about dreams, but they don’t

Best Restaurants in Sanur - Soul on the Beach

Best Restaurants in Sanur: A NOW! Bali Culinary Guide

Sanur is known for its calm coastline, old time charm and slow-pace of life. Whilst its reputation of being a ‘slow’ town may precede it, but the area has now developed a food and beverage scene worth boasting about, with places to please all palates!. Here we share our list of what we consider some

Restaurants in Uluwatu - SAKE NO HANA

Best Restaurants in Uluwatu: A NOW! Bali Culinary Guide

Uluwatu is known for its majestic limestone cliffs, stunning scenery, pristine beaches, and historic temples, but it is also beginning to be known as a culinary hub with an eclectic and diverse selection of restaurants, bars, cafes and beach clubs, serving some of the best food you can find on the island. Here we share

More is Less, Sometimes

For some unfortunate reason, I have been tasting “natural wines” the past few months with some serious wine drinkers. It’s the last hipster, eco-friendly, save-the-wine-world trend and since I hate trends, here I am talking about them. Basically, natural wines are ruled by the maximum principle of “nothing is added, and nothing is taken away”,

Decadent Dining on the Island

Finesse and mastery in the kitchen, a wine cellar like a treasure chest, hawk-like service and an exquisite dining room atmosphere to bring it all together. It takes a lot to impress the discerning diners who come to Bali, but these fine dining destinations hit the mark. Kayuputi Inside the captivating The St.Regis Bali Resort,

Blue Matcha : Merging Art & Food

Open since March 2019, Blue Matcha Kitchen & Art Dining is a hidden gem in the Seminyak culinary scene that presents a unique concept to diners through the combination of art and cuisine. Designed to open minds, stimulate the senses and broaden palates, the menu at Blue Matcha takes inspiration from Asia and around the

Brunch in Bali : Best Weekend Brunches Around the Island

When it comes to weekends in Bali, nothing tempts more than a long, leisurely brunch. With grand feasts followed by a sun-soaked lounge by the pool, a Bali-style brunch is hard to beat. Bali’s Longest Brunch Settle in, ladies and gentlemen, because this is going to be an experience. Sundara Bali’s signature ‘Bali’s Longest Brunch’

Plant-Powered : Plant-Based Dining You’ll Love

Food fads have come and crumbled in Bali, but the island’s wellness-centric and ethos-focused gourmands have led to the growing popularity of plant-based dining. Here we uncover some of Bali’s best vegan venues, who showcase true culinary creativity in the field. Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food, as Greek physician Hippocrates

Meet Bali’s Mushroom Man : I Gede Artha Sudiarsana

I Gede Artha Sudiarsana is a young Balinese entrepreneur; through his self-made mushroom agribusiness, his mission is to inspire other youth to regenerate Indonesia’s agricultural industry. It’s not often you come across a young man who, even before leaving for university, has already planned to go back home. For I Gede Artha Sudiarsana, this was

Dine-Around Bali… with Privileges

Imagine being able to enjoy some of Bali’s most popular dining destinations at 25% off the normal price. With over 80 popular restaurants already in the program, ‘Privileges’ is fast becoming a sought-after ‘dine-around’ rewards program on the island. An important distinction between Privileges and other rewards promotions is that Privileges is not a Business-to-Consumer

Bali’s Bean Scene : Best Coffee Spots in Bali

From plant-to-pot and region-to-region, every cup of coffee in Bali bears an origin story. These destination cafes across the island will have you savouring Indonesia’s coffee culture, one sip at a time. Coffee is essential for most. It is a great part of the economy in Indonesia, but also, has become a sociocultural lifestyle that

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