Nestled within Potato Head Beach Club, Ijen is Potato Head Family’s sustainable seafood restaurant and the first in Indonesia to follow a zero-waste philosophy. A haven for those looking to indulge in fresh seafood, Ijen boasts freshly line-caught fish from the waters of Indonesia, set in an al fresco setting constructed using recycled materials.

The dishes served at Ijen are relatively simple with wood-fired daily catch alongside an array of innovative plant dishes. Several must-tries include Wood-Fired Local Edamame (Allum paste, chilli flakes and lime) and Ceviche (Fish of the Day with Calamansi dressing and tamarillo) for starters; Roasted Cauliflower (Kluwak tahini and cashew) for the sides; Grilled Octopus (Chayote, black garlic and seeded crumbs) and Grilled Barramundi Fillet (mango, turmeric and smoked coconut yoghurt) for the main course; and the refreshing Pineapple mint sorbet (fresh sweet salsa and sorghum crouton) served in an actual pineapple to cleanse your palate.

Ijen at Potato Head Beach Club

Jl. Petitenget No.51B Seminyak, Bali 80361
+62 361 473 7979

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