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Indigo, Jln. Pantai Berawa, Canggu offers chic contemporary Japanese fusion, with a slight European influence. Whether you prefer a classic sushi selection or you’re in the mood to try something a bit more innovative, like their New Style Sashimi or the sublime Yakimono dishes cooked over the charcoal grill, you will find Indigo a place […]

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Massimo has always been different. When his menu says ‘home made’ they really mean it. ‘Home made’ has always appeared to me to be very overused words in Bali whenever describing the pasta of the house or the gelato, they never tell you in whose home it wa actually made? At Massimo’s on Jln Tamblingan, […]

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Warung Gouthe, Jln Pantai Berawa, Canguu, is the perfect breakfast/brunch place. Open 7.30 a.m. till 8.00 p.m [COVID hours] they offer a French style menu but with a definite American twist. Omelettes are open and served in a skillet, mushrooms on top. The ‘Farmer Omelette is served with just bacon and toast and the Egg […]

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Breman is a microbrewery and restaurant on Jln. Pantai Keramas, Blahbatuh, Gianyar. It serves freshly brewed beers, in German style, along with an interesting menu prepared by local chef Manu of Negara. Whilst the accent is on local Balinese dishes there is also a range of international options. Their two signature beers are the Terang […]

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Aperitif, the fine diniong restaurant at Ubud’s The Viceroy continues to present interesting and different dining options. This time it is a collaboration Dinner on Friday April 9. A collaboration between Aperitif’s chef Nic Vanderbeeken and Koral’s Andrea Astone. Koral is the amazing underwater seafood restaurant at the luxury Kepinski Hotel at Nusa Dua. It […]

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Aperitif, the fine diniong restaurant at Ubud’s The Viceroy continues to present interesting and different dining options. This time it is a one night marriage between Kilo Bali and Aperitif. Kilo originates in Singaopore but has since spread to Jakarta and Bali [Jln. Drupaadi].Owners Joshua and Javier have American –Puerto Rican backgrounds and present a […]

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Gourmet Garage has long been the major produce supplier to the best restaurants and hotels in Bali. The Jimbaran premises have been continually updated by the Lotus Group over recent years and are now an amazing place to visit. The small café at the front has always been popular for a coffee during shopping trips […]

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Tulen is different. Many restaurants in Bali offer ‘Balinese’ cuisine. More often than not they are general Indonesian dishes rather than Balinese. Not at Tulen where classic local dishes are served in the most relaxing of surroundings, The seating is mostly along a covered terrace within landscaped gardens. This hidden jewel up in Junjunkan on […]

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Massimo has always been different. When his menu says ‘home made’ they really mean it. ‘Home made’ has always appeared to me to be very overused words in Bali whenever describing the pasta of the house or the gelato, they never tell you in whose home it wa actually made? At Massimo’s on Jln Tamblingan, […]

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Naughty Nuri’s Seminyak is actually on Jln Mertanadi, Kerobokan. Whilst Ribs are obviously the specialty of this franchise, unlike the original in Ubud they also offer quite an interesting menu of other options. However, the ribs are as close to perfect as you can get, so juicy and tender.. There have also been recent additions […]

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