Bali’s Longest Brunch

Some places are hard to leave…and Sundara beach-club and restaurant invites you to stay all day with the launch of Bali’s Longest Brunch, every Sunday from 11am to 5pm. Join the all-day beach lifestyle of Jimbaran Bay with an indulgent Sunday Brunch of unlimited tapas served a la carte style, then laze and graze poolside

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7 Places to Dine with Nature Abound in Bali

While exploring Bali, one of the important components that define an enjoyable trip is having good food with excellent views. From the appetising menus served in spectacular settings with striking interiors and brilliant architecture, to the warm friendly Balinese hospitality that spoils you, we’ve highlighted several dining establishments that takes your dining experience to the

Dining At Di Abing

New on the block or rather off the Ubud block, is the Di Abing restaurant at the popular Jungle Fish venue. In fact it is the Chapung se Bali Resort which is the other half of the very popular Jungle Fish – a kind of Seminyak life style, pool party type venue in the hills

Epic Epicurean Evening at The Legian

In high celebration of The Legian Bali’s 20th Anniversary, the resort will hold another one of its exclusive ‘four hands’ dinners welcoming Daniel Sia, Founder and Executive Chef of Disgruntled Chef, Singapore this 5th of August at the resort’s The Restaurant. Joining Chef Sia is The Legian’s own Executive Chef Luke MacLeod, and this duo

Prime Carnivirous Offerings at FIRE

I took a closer look at the W Bali’s FIRE last month, and sank my teeth into the restaurant’s mouthwatering meats. Currently in our beloved South Bali, barely a day passes without news of an exciting new restaurant opening, or a groundbreaking, must-try dish. Yet despite the big gun chains and more storming into town,

Beachfront Delight: 13 Places to Dine By The Sea in Bali

There is something special about dining on the beach or by the sea, as a view of the ocean is definitely the perfect backdrop to any meal. Seafood grills, Pan-Asian cuisine, home-made local favourites, or even a mix of Middle Eastern flavours, it doesn’t really matter what’s served on your table, it’s the coastal vibe

The Five Best Around Ubud Town

Variety is the spice of life around Ubud and even though the trend is moving towards raw and vegan, or worse, raw vegan, there is still plenty of choice for delicious food as well. Here we check five of the best, all completely different. Whether you are staying in Ubud, or making a day visit,

Biku Restaurant: Have Your Pinkies Ready

This restaurant, famous for its afternoon tea, somehow balances a contemporary and trendy feel whilst holding a traditional Indonesian identity, without playing to stereotypes. It’s been more than seven years now since it first opened its doors, and it has established itself as a Seminyak institution. Located in the hip Seminyak area, Biku attracts a

Eastern Promises in Ubud

Ah the promises of the east. The mystery, the allure, the food is always exotic. Always, there is a tang of some exotic spice, or, in the case of Japanese, the intricate preparation with the amazing attention to detail. Today we visit two Japanese restaurants, each very different in philosophy and presentation. Ryoshi is already

Refined Dining Experiences

Despite the huge rise in Bali’s food scene, which now bustles with all-day breakfast establishments, health cafes and niche dining spots, a fine dining experience remains a hard find. Fine dining requires impeccable service, polished furnishings, a unique dining atmosphere and, of course, food that stirs and stimulates the eyes, mounth and even mind of

The Patriotic Flavours of Republik 45

Longing for an authentic, world-class Indonesian restaurant? Many come to Bali in search of Indonesian flavours, a restaurant that has the right space for decadent dinners, intimate dates or memorable group gatherings. Republik 45 is one such place that seems to have it all. Found on Jalan Raya Kerobokan, Republik 45 breaks away from the

Ubud’s Old Gold

Ubud has embraced raw with a vengeance and every week sees a new Raw restaurant opening up. Sage, Moksa, was last week, this week who knows. Yet long before the raw revolution arrived to change Ubud’s restaurant face forever, there were places producing great cooked food, the classics, the ones we love. New places come

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