Food of Life, glow @COMO Shambhala
Perfecting the art of reclusive luxury the renowned wellness retreat, COMO Shambhala Estate is a haven for those looking for a tranquil hideaway. Thankfully, its breezy restaurant, ‘glow,’ welcomes outside guests to enjoy tasty, thoughtfully prepared food with panoramic views over a steep gorge carpeted in thick tropical rainforest.
Lunch in the Lion’s Den, The Wana, Bali Zoo
How does it feel to eat a meal while surrounded by over three hundred fifty animals? We took the challenge at Bali Zoo’s newest restaurant; Wana Restaurant.Lounge.Bar at Bali Zoo enjoying South East Asian food under the watchful eye of African lions.
Sugar and Spice at Red Drum
An artistic collaboration of musicians and designers, Red Drum brings African flair and a touch of Caribbean spice to Bali. From casual lunches to zesty high tea, to rhythmic nights charged with live music, this atmospheric venue adds a vibrant edge to Bali’s restaurant/bar scene.
Heavenly Haven: Ombak, Alila Soori
Nestled between scenic rice fields and the glistening black sand of Bali’s rugged south west coast, Alila Villa Soori provides a luxurious haven for lovers, as well as model for sustainability, with a multi-award winning design that integrates the natural, physical & cultural elements of its environment.
Romantic Opulence, Rosso
Rosso, as the name suggests is bathed in red colour and its opulence makes it the darling of Shangri-La Hotel in Jakarta. A much-respected reputation has been built through reigns of Italian chefs who usher both traditional dishes as well as ingenious ideas of their own.
A Velvet Affair
Sunset is always a bewitching time, as the sky shows off its gorgeous golden palette. Velvet, on the rooftop of Beachwalk, overlooking Kuta Beach is the perfect venue to bid farewell to the day and welcoming the night.
Barbecue Bliss, Barbacoa
Arriving at Barbacoa, one of the newest restaurants to open in Petitenget, we find a large golden brown pig being grilled in the open wooden fire, and a cook on standby to constantly add more coffee wood to keep the fire burning. “It’s been slowly grilled for the last eight hours,” he explains.
Bali’s Melting Pot, Mantra
A famous hangout scene in downtown Petitenget, Mantra Restaurant and Bar is owned by famous surfer Tipi Jabrik. Every night there are crowds, especially on the weekends, but most people don’t know that their international dining menu also has a good selection of Indonesian food
Classic journey to the vintage age of Indonesia, at Seruput
Old time classic music, both pop and dangdut styles, was playing cheerfully when we arrived. The journey to experience the taste of the archipelago nourishment has begun.
Majestic Lounge at Royal Beach Seminyak
“It feels like we own the resort,” I tough when we entered the gate. As the resort is located in a spacious terrain, it still provides so much room for all guests. We sat down at the lounge, on the table in front of the bar, enjoyed one pretentious day.
Petani, Taste of Indonesia
Royal dining experience through rustic style of a restaurant. Classic yet charming decor with simple natural-colored architecture brings a modern breeze of millennium age while enjoying the legendary king dishes.