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VOLUME 19 - February 2011

New Restaurant

Potato Head

Dining & Leisure

Elephant Safari Park & Lodge

INDOCHINE

Old World Opulence


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local cuisine Nasi Ayam Kedewatan An Ubud Icon

12. NEW ENTRIES 20. Market place Baker’s Corner; The Never Ending Story 24. FOOD STORY A Romantic Rendezvous 28. SPOTLIGHT The Street Cafe; Continental Charm

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Indochine at The Mansion Old World Opulence 42. GREAT DEAL Fortune Cookie; Cracking Good Chinese 46. healthy food Clear Cafe; Fresh and Funky 50. THE SPECIALIST Chef I Rai Nuriana; The Art of Crafting Viraj Chandrakant Bhammar; Fusion Style

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new restaurant Potato Head Cool Cocktails, Fabulous Food

54. LET’S COOK Kare, Kari or Curry

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drink zone

Coffee Corner A Good Blend

60. Dining & Leisure : Elephant Safari Park and Lodge; Eating with Elephants 64. wine knowledge The Three Musicians; ‘An Insight on Champagne Through the Eyes of a Barman and Guests Part 2’ 66. HOW TO SAY... 67. directory 76. PICK UP POINT Cover: Crispy Duck Photo by Heri Obrink Location: Indochine www.letseatmag.com

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writers

Alison

Is a travel writer and self confessed food-lover. She has spent many years traveling the globe, immersing herself in foreign cultures and sampling local cuisine, applying her motto ‘everything should be tried at least once.’ Alison has also worked in a number of roles within the food and beverage industry, most recently in Fiji as the manager of an exclusive resort famous for its gourmet cuisine. Her heart has now been captured by Bali where she is happily indulging her favorite things; writing and discovering new restaurants. \AB

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Let’s Eat’s newest writer describes herself as a part-time food lover and a full-time food friend. She enjoyed her exposure to many different restaurants during her year teaching Indonesian Language and Culture in Washington DC. Now back in Indonesia she has discovered that her pleasure in trying new food and restaurants has deepened. Menur mostly works in sales and marketing, but deep down she knows that one day she will have her own business, hopefully a restaurant! \MA

Formerly worked full-time on the editorial team of a local tourism magazine, but found the life of a freelance writer suits her best and allows her to follow her passions in life, writing and travelling – while worshiping the beauty of nature at the same time. \AM

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hard rock keeps rockin’ Hard Rock Hotel Bali has been recognized with a prestigious award, “The Most Favorite Hotel of the Year” from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism Republic of Indonesia, in association with SWA Magazine. Hard Rock Hotel Bali’s reputation for excellent entertainment, service and facilities have made it a favorite place for people from all over the world. Keep rockin’! Hard Rock Hotel Bali, Jalan Pantai Kuta, Kuta, Phone +62 361 761 869 \AM

Accor’s support aids days! In conjunction with World AIDS Days, Accor’s Global Solidarity Day and Manu Waluya Public Health Service, Accor Bali Hotels held a special program to raise awareness of HIV /AIDS. Accor Bali hotels aim to continuously promote sustainable development programs with solidarity action, in line with their eight sustainable priorities which include ‘Fight Against Epidemics.’ Mercure Resort Sanur, Jalan Mertasari, Sanur, Phone +62 361 28883 \AM

MLA Black box best appetizer Bali Culinary Professionals recently staged the prestigious MLA Black Box Culinary Challenge at Nikko Hotel. Ten teams representing 5 star properties, culinary schools and the Young Chefs Club Indonesia (YCCI) participated in the prestigious event. YCCI is a non profit organization aimed at improving the skills and knowledge of young chefs everywhere, and were the proud winners of two categories, Best Table Display and Best Appetizer. The winning appetizer created by this team of young, talented and ambitious chefs was ”Amelia park lamb rump cannelloni, lamb rump croquette, wild mushroom pate, slow poached red wine pear, carrot ribbons.” \AM

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SOS 1st Anniversary The who’s who of the international and local music and fashion world celebrated the first anniversary of the rebranded SOS Supper Club in true 5 star style at Anantara Seminyak Bali. Over 750 invited guests were treated to special performances including Samba dancers, local and International DJ’s and a dazzling Fashion TV experience featuring a lingerie show by Valentine Secret. Anantara Seminyak, Jalan Abimanyu, Seminyak, Phone +62 361 737 773 \AM

Celebrate the season of goodwill The spirit of Christmas at InterContinental Bali Resort was given a new lease of life with a nightly performance of carols by the children of the Salam Home Orphanage Choir. The resort also hosted a charity exhibition of paintings and sold handcrafted wooden angels in an effort to raise funds for the orphanage. Together with some very generous guest donations, a total of USD 12,342 was collected. InterContinental Bali Resort, Jalan Uluwatu 45, Jimbaran, Phone +62 361 701 888 \AM

Oenpao’s new outlet Oenpao Asian food Restaurant has opened its 22nd branch, on Sunset Road, Denpasar. Oenpao offers delicious Asian dishes in a modern and classy setting with prices that won’t break the bank. Oenpao Sunset road is able to accommodate 200 people at one sitting , perfect for families, friends, social gathering, business meeting or hosting a private party. Oenpao,108 Sunset Road Denpasar \AM

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Gold medal for the patra The Patra Bali Resort & Villas recently won the gold medal of the THK Tourism Awards. At the same time their F & B team won the Melapi Melapa award for outstanding achievement in the preparation, presentation and serving of Balinese food during the THK Balinese Food Festival. Quite an accomplishment! The Patra Bali Resort & Villas. Jalan Ir. H Juanda, South Kuta Beach, Kuta 80361, Bali - Indonesia, Phone +62 361 751161 \AM

The pond cafE opens 24/7 Located in the center of the Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel, The Pond Cafe is now open 24 / 7, serving scrumptious breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper. The Pond’s reputable chef will spoil you with a great variety of choices in a Western/Asian a la carte menu. Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel Bali, Jalan Kartika Plaza, Kuta, Phone +62 361 751 067 \AM

the new man in-charge! Asian based luxury hotel and resort operator GHM is pleased to announce the appointment of Vincent Pauchon as the new director of sales and marketing. Originally from France, Vincent has an impressive portfolio of experience, combined with positive energy and initiative which will drive the sales and marketing program for GHM. The GHM Hotels Bali, Jalan Kayu Aya, Seminyak, Phone +62 361 730 622 \AM

hands for merapi Bali’s Hotel Public Relations Association (HHPB) is delighted to announce that its ‘Hand for Merapi’ Charity Bazaar, held at the Kuta Galeria Complex in December 2010 was an overwhelming success, raising more than IDR 38 million for victims of the recent Mount Merapi volcanic eruption. Chairman Mr Aswin Pranoto said “As ambassadors of Bali’s hospitality industry we felt that it was our duty to lend a helping hand to the victims.”\AM

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uthenticity was the idea behind the original, and now famous Nasi Ayam Kedewatan in Ubud, a modest warung that blends perfectly with the surroundings. Ibu Mangku started the warung in 1964, with the aim of providing an eatery that everyone would enjoy. It has gone on to become an island icon, in fact some people say that you haven’t been to Bali if you haven’t been to Nasi Ayam Kedewatan! Customers from all over the world have gathered here over the last 47 years and its success has led to expansion. Ibu Mangku’s first son, Pak Dewa has gone on to open branches in Renon, Seminyak and most recently Sempidi.

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The signature dish is the restaurant’s name sake, Nasi Ayam Kedewatan, comprised of white rice, ayam betutu (Balinese style marinated chicken), ayam Sisit (grated chicken), sayur urap (mixed green beans and coconut), sate lilit (Balinese chicken satay), sambal ati (seasoned and fried liver), telur pindang (spiced boiled eggs) and sambal with fried peanuts as the final condiments. Quality control holds an important role in maintaining the original taste of each item which is prepared with full attention to the composition and quality in order to maintain originality. Only the best chicken, the best red chili, the best eggs and so on are used.

Telur Pindang

Ayam Sisit

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Pak Dewa is an absolute expert on the preparation and can immediately tell if an ingredient or certain spice is absent. He has also learned to cope with the seasonality of some ingredients, for instance chilies aren’t as spicy in the dry season so more need to be used. Ayam Betutu, is one of Bali’s most

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loved dishes, and a highlight of the Nasi Ayam Kedewatan. While the spices and the ingredients used here are traditional, it is the composition that makes all the difference, and provides the most delicious of flavors.

because all the food is finished. Once you

We visit the restaurant on Kayu Jati, Seminyak and enjoy the breeze as we sit in one of the small bales. It is usually packed at lunch and dinner, and the branches in Ubud and Renon will often close by 6.00pm

nasi ayam kedewatan ibu mangku Jalan Raya Sempidi Seminyak Bali Ph. +62 361 307 3008 Open 9am-9pm Seminyak Map B - 2

get a taste for the Nasi Ayam Kedewatan you will be hooked and find yourself visiting again and again, just get there early so you don’t miss out! \MA

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t was in 1999 that the small bakery section of Pepito supermarket on Jalan Raya Kediri really came into its own and started its slow but steady expansion. More products were offered and then tables and chairs added so that weary shoppers could sit down and order a coffee or mocktail or a light snack. Advances in technology meant that Baker’s Corner could also offer wi fi facilities, ideal for business meetings and travellers wishing to stay connected. In 2009 Baker’s Corner expanded yet again, this time responding to a more dynamic urban market, with the opening of a new

branch in Denpasar, this is a bigger venue with an extended menu. The two story building features an upper floor that is more event focused with a capacity of 125 people, while the lower floor caters to a steady lunch and dinner crowd. Baker’s Corner main product range remains the same, although a more extensive variety is now available. Classic bakery items include European bread, donuts, assorted cakes like tiramisu and white chocolate cheese cake, cookies and fresh from the oven pies.

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We visit the Jalan Raya Kediri Branch where light meals include salads, pasta, and sandwiches. For me the favorite would have to be the High Tea Package. Perfect to gather with good friends for afternoon tea and swap stories while enjoying a choice of sweets and savories and a wide selection of teas. The presentation is traditional with tea served steaming from a pot, and miniature delicacies piled on to a two tiered tray.

It’s a never ending story of creative ideas at Baker’s Corner on Jalan Raya Kediri, and all baking is done on the premises. During February they have their own Valentine’s decorations in one corner and in another, predominantly red Chinese New Year Parcels, including the distinctive Moon cake. There’s always something to celebrate at Baker’s Corner. \MA

You can’t help but notice the cakes on display, many have unique, extraordinary designs that can be personalized according to preference. Specialty cakes need to be ordered in advance but there are also delicious ready to go cakes available daily.

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alentine’s Day is one of the highlights of the month of February, and a tradition that is celebrated by lovers across the world. But here on the island of the gods romance is so pervasive that every day is like Valentine’s Day, with planes delivering a steady stream of honeymooners, marriage celebrants and people in search of a romantic get away. Nevertheless, for those who wish to celebrate this day dedicated to lovers they can take advantage of the many restaurants and hotels offering Valentine’s packages with candlelit dinners, special menus and all the trappings. If you choose to spend the night at home here are some ideas to make your evening more memorable.

Firstly, make sure you know the history of Valentine’s Day, google some interesting topics on St. Valentine and don’t be afraid to spice things up with your own personal touch, like a little humor for example. Think about serving cheese as a first course, what can be more romantic than good cheese (maybe French) a bottle of fine wine and a great story about St. Valentine. Secondly, prepare a soup that will add a little warmth to your Valentine’s evening, and choose some music to set the mood, not necessarily romantic slow www.letseatmag.com


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music but music that makes you happy. Don’t forget to be healthy, maybe make a simple salad for a third course, and add to the theme of nature by giving flowers. Roses are always lovely but also predictable, don’t be afraid to be creative and maybe consider some of Bali’s tropical blooms.

Whether you choose to stay in or dine out, whether you celebrate with your lover, your friends or your family, this is a day of giving, sharing and being thankful for the love you have in your life. Happy Valentines Day! \MA

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The main course doesn’t have to be complicated, you certainly don’t want to be stuck in the kitchen all night. Why not ask for a quick and easy recipe from a friend that loves to cook, or choose something light that can be prepared in advance and served cold, or simply needs reheating. Lastly but possibly most importantly is a heavenly dessert. Think sweet and smart, go to your favorite patisserie and order something that you both enjoy, and don’t forget that chocolate is said to be an aphrodisiac!

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spotlight

Ayam Betutu

Pina Colada Blend

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The Street CafE Continental Charm

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he Street CafĂŠ is set right in the heart of Sanur and has a warm and inviting continental ambience. Walls are the colour of plum wine, the slate floor tiles are huge, and the interior is furnished with chunky wooden tables and big comfortable chairs with firm cushions. I love the old grandfather clocks and the white grand piano (you can enjoy live music on Thursdays and Saturdays.) Stacks of magazines and a free book exchange make me want to curl up on a sofa for the day. If you prefer to sit outside there is a lovely shaded terrace that overlooks the Sanur street scape. The menu features lots of different influences but I am immediately drawn to the Pide, long oval shaped Turkish pizza,

and order the classic version with spinach, feta and olive oil. It is light and crispy and the flavors are brought alive by a sprinkling of cumin. Other Turkish influences include Lahmachun Sandwiches, pita bread stuffed with your choice of filling. The cafe is also well known for its flame grilled meats and seafood. Choose from fillet or sirloin steak, chops, German bratwurst sausages, or a variety of fish and seafood. The grills include a trip to the salad bar which includes a generous range of vinaigrettes and sauces including classic favorites such as Pepper or Mushroom, as well as more unusual selections such as Lime and Capers.

Moving on to Indonesian fare, we order Ayam Betutu, served traditionally on a banana leaf in a woven basket. The generous portion of slow cooked chicken is smothered in Balinese spices and accompanied with warm salty peanuts, green vegetables and krupuk. Shifting back to Mediterranean influences, we try the Street CafĂŠ Falafal, wrapped in folds of pita bread brimming with salad. The falafal balls are homemade and only lightly fried, and are very good as is the accompanying tsatziki. Other interesting dishes to look out for are Vietnamese Noodle Soup, Burgers (including Lamb and Camenbert) and a decent breakfast menu offering Chili Poached Eggs, and a

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Continental style breakfast of homemade bread with spreads, cold cuts and cheese. For dessert we have Caramel a la Orange, a homemade vanilla creme with orange caramel sauce, it is light and fluffy, and dissolves smoothly in the mouth leaving lingering hints of caramel and orange. We all enjoy our various drinks; the Pina Colada Blend is a mocktail mixed with banana, strawberry, pineapple and cream – the flavor is definitely Pina Coladaish. There is also a well named Ginger Zing made with ginger ale, ginger, lemon and mint and a Lemongrass Ice Tea which is strong and heavily laden with fresh pressed lemongrass and squeezed lemons. Cocktails are very reasonably priced and there is also a nice selection of coffees. With its easy ambience, pleasant staff and good food, The Street Café is a lovely option at any time. \AB

Street Cafe Falafal

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The Street Café Jalan Danau Tamblingan No 21, Sanur Ph +62 361 289 259 Open 7am - 11pm Seat 50 Sanur Map B - 4

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cover story

Shrimp on Lemongrass Skewer

Crispy Duck

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tree lined driveway brings us to an imposing white mansion, complete with an elaborate portico supported by towering stone pillars. As we soon discover, The Mansion Resort & Spa is decadently opulent, brimming with grand staircases, rich embroidered fabrics, floor to ceiling white drapes and enormous chandeliers. Beyond the grand lobby, Indochine restaurant occupies an equally sumptuous setting with chaise lounges, a fine collection of paintings, Ming porcelain, 14th century French furniture and intricately carved antique musical instruments. French doors open on to a terrace overlooking an infinity pool draped over the rainforest. A pool side pavilion with powder blue drapes and a table for two seems like the ultimate location for a romantic dinner.

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As the name suggests, Indochine presents a French Vietnamese influenced menu, with authentic flavors guaranteed by imported ingredients and recipes prepared by French and Vietnamese chefs. We are served a fruity welcome drink on the terrace and take a seat in an alcove where golden throne like chairs are perched under red velvet parasols, backed by a wall of elaborate Jepara wood carving. We feel like royalty! Doucer D’ET E

Glass Noodle Salad

We choose the ‘Culinary Delights’ menu which gives us a sampling of some of the signature items on offer and our table is soon filled with various dishes. Beef Noodle Soup; a superb tangy Glass Noodle Salad peppered with lemongrass and shrimp; crunchy Spring Rolls; Shrimp on Lemongrass Skewers; a very French Beef Stew Served on Warm Flaky Pastry; a Crispy Crepe filled with vegetables and chicken. Everything is good, but my favorites are the Crab Farcie Au Gratin – the gratin is superb; and the Fresh Rice Paper Rolls a quintessential Vietnamese dish filled with ribbons of fresh vegetables laced with lemongrass, chili and coriander and served with a sweet chili sauce. We then move on to mains of Crispy Duck, tender flesh encased in a crispy skin, with a choice of rich orange sauce, or a dark spicy Indonchine sauce, a mild vegetable curry, and saffron rice. The Roasted Crab

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As the name suggests, Indochine presents a French Vietnamese influenced menu, with authentic flavors guaranteed by imported ingredients and recipes prepared by French and Vietnamese chefs.

is cooked with a subtle but tasty pepper garlic sauce and accompanied by lovely garlic noodles. The Doucer D’ET E is a trio of desserts featuring a fluffy chocolate mousse, apple fritters sprinkled in cinnamon and a perfectly rendered crème brulee. Gilded mirrors, lotus lamps, parasols dangling from the ceiling and table settings themed in red and gold all add to a rich atmosphere instilled with the glamour of bygone eras. Enjoy a bottle of vintage Champagne, or a signature cocktail, such as a Ginger Honey Martini, Ubud Sangria or Pineapple Mint Rosca. High tea is also offered (Asian or British style.) Indochine’s pure decadence makes it an ideal choice for celebrating a special occasion, a birthday, a proposal, an anniversary, or even a wedding. Gamelan orchestras, Balinese dancers and a classic pianist can also be requested. There is nothing minimalist about The Mansion, so put your fanciest clothes on and enjoy the royal treatment. \AB

Indochine Dine & Lounge The Mansion Resort Hotel & Spa Sayan, Ubud Ph +62 361 972 632 Open 11.30am – 11pm Seat 100 Roasted Crab

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new restaurant ,

The Big Bang

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he rumors are true‌.. the much talked about, and rather oddly named Potato Head Beach Club is built with old windows! Or more precisely thousands of rustic, colorful wooden shutters arranged into a towering amphitheater. The design is really quite extraordinary and as I stand at the base of the structure I find myself shaking my head in disbelief. This is the latest offering from Potato

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Tequila Prawn Ceviche

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The Kookaburra

Head Jakarta - a bar that is consistently rated as one of the best in the nation’s capital. Thousands turned out for the soft opening in December, and visitors have been pouring in ever since, drawn to the unique design, fabulous food and cocktails, and the beach club ambience. A spiraling path leads through the wall of windows and emerges on a wide expanse of grass leading to an infinity pool and a secluded beach in Petitenget. Day beds are ideal for afternoon lazing, while live dj sets usher in the sunsets setting a livelier tone for evenings. Three restaurants are planned for the venue, but the Potato Head restaurant and Bar Deck are the first to open and serve www.letseatmag.com

up traditional bistro style comfort food. While meals are classic and hearty, the cocktails, created by Dre Masso, one of the worlds top mixologists are pure cutting edge. Premium liquor, tropical fruits, herbs, spices, roots and palm sugar are infused, mixed and muddled to create truly ambrosial concoctions. The Kookaburra features lemongrass gin, homemade vanilla sugar, muddled mint and lime and topped with a passion fruit foam. Forget the straw, you need to sip this one straight from the glass to get the blast of sour passion fruit mixed with the sweetened gin. Zesty mandarins form the base of the intoxicating and very refreshing Bells and Whistles. And for those

who like rum, The Big Bang is dangerously delectable, a fragrant elixir of spiced rum blended with passion fruit, mango and guava and served in a glass rimmed with orange zest candy. The cocktails are a tough act to follow, but the food doesn’t disappoint, in fact everything we try is superb, a range of delightfully ‘non-fused’ international cuisine. While the Dinner menu has a strong classic French influence, lunches are lighter beach fare. Executive Chef Ignacio Virgen Jiminez brings his vast experience in Michelin starred properties, combined with true passion for the culinary arts to the kitchen. The Mexican influence is unmistakable in the

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Tequila Prawn Ceviche which he tells me is typical of his hometown of Mazatlan on the pacific coast of Mexico. Juicy prawns mixed with a wonderfully tangy fresh salsa loaded with chili, lime, red pepper and avocado. Wash it down with the shot of tequila that comes on the side. The French Onion Soup is a masterpiece of French cookery, thick, delicious and topped with an Emmental cheese gratin. Ignacio confides that the Fusilli Pasta and Meatballs is his favorite and I can understand why, with its generous serving of aldente pasta topped with tasty meatballs and a rich, authentic Italian tomato sauce. The Mahi Mahi is equally generous with a potato and cheese crust, served on a bed of creamed spinach infused with a subtle hint of chili and ginger. The Organic

Mahi Mahi

Banana Tarte Tartin Fusilli Pasta and Meatballs

Bells and Whistles

Chicken Confit, prepared and slow cooked in a traditional manner is incredibly soft and flavorful. We finish with a Banana Tarte Tartin another perfectly prepared classic, served with crunchy almonds, strawberries and chocolate sauce. In the short space of time since it opened Potato Head has already established itself as a Bali landmark, and this is just the beginning. \AB POTATO HEAD BEACH CLUB Jalan Petitenget, Seminyak Ph +62 361 737 379 Open 12pm – 2am Seminyak Map B - 2

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great deal Chicken with Cashew Nuts

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ortune Cookie, Sanur is a casual American style Chinese restaurant famous for fresh food, earth-friendly recyclable take away boxes, and home made fortune cookies, which most people will agree are the best way to end a good Chinese meal. The decor is modern and the concept is to serve healthy Chinese food, prepared without MSG (which can be pretty challenging in the Chinese food business). Only the freshest possible ingredients, like egg noodles, tenderloin beef, chicken breast fillet, and organic vegetables are used. American-Indonesian couple, Marcello and Nupi are the brains behind Fortune Cookie, taking over the business a year ago. The rebranding included moving to a new location, creating healthier options, and adding a dining room, while still continuing with a strong take away and delivery service. Their customer base is broad, including locals, expats and tourists. Chicken “Potsticker� Dumplings

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The dining menu is straight to the point with choices of Appetizers, including the Chicken “Potsticker” Dumplings which are pan-fried to perfection and bursting with flavor. Soup, Rice, and tasty Beef dishes are also available - a highlight being the Mongolian Beef which is tender and has just the right amount of spices. There is also a variety of chow mein dishes (fresh egg noodles are made daily;) vegetarian offerings, including Bok Choy Chinese Mushroom, and a selection of chicken, pork and seafood dishes - a specialty being the well-liked Salt and Pepper Squid. Drink choices include Chinese Green Tea, and Floating Juice a fresh juice (choose from pineapple, lime or tangerine,) perfectly topped with vanilla ice cream. The

Floating Juice

Mongolian Beef

Bok Choy Chinese Mushroom

Salt & Pepper Squid

portions served in the restaurant are generous, and extra large sizes are also available for delivery, for those that wish to share dishes. I am sure I am not the only one who loves to crack open a fortune cookie after a satisfying Chinese meal, and this is probably the only place in Bali selling handmade, preservative free fortune cookies which can also be ordered with personalized fortunes. Whether you dine in or take out you are guaranteed to find good healthy Chinese cuisine, and also good fortune! \MA FORTUNE COOKIE Jalan Sudamala 5, Sanur Ph +62 361 283 342 Open 11AM – 10PM, Seat 25 Sanur Map F - 3

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healthy food

Tuna Tataki

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ver the last year Bali has experienced a dining revolution with the opening of a number of organic ‘lifestyle’ restaurants that clearly challenge the ‘hippy’ connotations of health food. Clear Cafe, Ubud provides an excellent example of this trend with enticing gourmet cuisine served in stylish surroundings. The entrance is masked by a stately row of green bamboo trees. Duck behind the trees to find a magnificent carved Balinese door opening in to an impressive space that blends sleek contemporary lines with contrasts of traditional Balinese elements. Walls of alang alang are punctuated by pillars of plexiglas; a modern lounge setting perches over a dainty lilly pond, while a long strip of pale pastel hued onyx is back lit to create an eye catching wall feature. Clear manages to be elegant but comfortable in equal measure, and while it looks expensive, surprisingly it’s not!

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Chocolate Dream Pie

Mocha and Chocolate Town

The beauty of Clear is that there is something for everyone, thanks to an eclectic mix of design, dÊcor, music, food and beverages. Wealthy guests from Ubud’s fanciest resorts sit alongside dreadlocked travellers, tourist families and locals. Vegans, vegetarians, non vegetarians and fans of raw food will all find something tempting from an exciting menu that provides snippets from various cuisines; Indonesian, Mexican, Arabic, Italian are all represented. Food is prepared consciously and thoughtfully with an emphasis on flavorful, organic local ingredients. Nut mylk (from local cashews) is made on the property and substitutes dairy in drinks such as the Chocolate Matrix, mixed with chocolate, mint, gingko and spirulina. The result is nutty, delicious and instantly energizing. The drink list is enticing with evocative names such as Strawberry Dream, Chocolate Town, Papua Papaya, Glittery Gold. We settle on an Eletroberry with fresh strawberries, mulberries, lemon and ginger, and a Tropical Twister a juicy extravaganza of orange pineapple and passion fruit, with just a touch of beetroot.

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The food menu is equally as appealing and contains an intriguing array of main courses, salads, burgers and pasta. I want to try everything, but for now start with the Tuna Tataki, a justifiably popular dish featuring slices of cocoa cayenne seared tuna, topped with an alluring fan of dragon fruit. The tuna is really something special, soft in flavor and in texture and complimented by an interesting blend of earthy daikon, sweet shredded beets and a tropical mangostein sauce.

Living Tower of Pisa

The Hint of India is like a designer thali, with different tastings served on an elongated glass platter. Mild spices and authentic flavors imbue a wonderful lentil bean salad, a creamy raita served in a carved orange, spinach cooked in coconut cream and an excellent chili laced coconut mango chutney. The Living Tower of Pisa is a tasty raw food offering with tomato, mushroom and homemade pesto stacked in layers. The Chocolate Dream Pie is also

Hint of India

Chocolate Matrix

Tropical Twister

raw, not to mention extremely gratifying, with distinctive flavors of Toraja coffee, raw cacao and real vanilla (extracted from a pod and not poured from a bottle.) The absence of dairy creates a light dessert that is invigorating and not at all heavy, (even though I have devoured a huge slab.) Clear is fun and fresh, a comfortable place to settle for a few hours, with great music, a friendly upbeat atmosphere and enjoyable food served up in an alcohol and smoke free zone. \AB

CLEAR CAFE Jalan Hanoman No. 8, Ubud Ph +62 361 889 4437 Open 8 – 10.30 pm Seat 60 Ubud Map C - 3

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the specialist

Chef I Rai Nuriana The Art of Crafting Balinese Prawn Soup

Avocado Seafood Salad

Trio Cheese Cake

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s a child I Rai Nuriana dreamt of being a doctor, but financial realities caused him to change his career path. He started thinking about the culinary world which he describes as “The art of crafting and presenting delicious food in beautiful forms. He enrolled at the Hotel & Tourism Institute Ujung Pandang, majoring in Food and Beverage where he learned basic kitchen skills and fell in love with cooking. His first professional step was in 1995 at Hotel Biak Aerowisata, Irian Jaya as senior chef. In 1997 Nuriana took a position at Le Meredien Nirwana Golf & Spa Resort in Bali. During this time he received a Quality Excellence Award for his contribution to the “Black Box Challenge” in 1998. His talents were also recognized the following year at the Culinary Competition 21st Bali Art Festival. Rai’s passion for learning different culinary techniques then took him to New Caledonia and Perth, Australia. Homesick for Bali, Rai returned in 2007 and worked at Anantara Hotel Seminyak Bali as Sous Chef. Now, aged 37 he is Executive Sous Chef at Furama Villas & Spa and Furama Xclusive Ubud Bali. Working alongside the Executive Sous Chef, Nuriana successfully presents classic Balinese food with a sophisticated presentation and also brings authentic Italian delicacies to the table. Acclaimed dishes include Balinese Prawn Soup, Bindu Grilled Chicken, Avocado Seafood Salad and Pan Seared Jumbo Prawns.

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Viraj Chandrakant Bhammar Fusion Style

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s a child growing up in Gujarat India, Viraj Chandrakant Bhammar, was more interested in playing cricket and eating junk food than working in the family restaurant. It wasn’t until the age of 18 that he joined the family business and developed a deep passion for the culinary arts. It was a journey that eventually led him to Bali where he is now the Executive Chef at Impala 60’s Restaurant. His love of junk food was quickly forgotten as he learned to experiment, and to mix and match the immense amount of spices at his disposal in order to create unique dishes. One of his greatest joys is personalizing dishes and he would like one day to become a personal chef. Viraj’s culinary skills were honed, and his experience grew as he worked in hotels and restaurants around the globe, including Spain, Italy, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia. He spent years watching, learning and observing, before finally taking the position of Executive Chef at Impala 60’s in 2009. “I was traveling to gain knowledge about food and to see what other people like to eat in different parts of the world. At the same time I also wanted to find an opportunity to work in Bali - an international tropical destination….. The Balinese people are Hindu, so am I, so it’s just perfect,” he explains. Today, behind the counter of Impala 60’s, Viraj is busy creating fusion style food for diners from around the world. “Fusion food is me,” he says. \AM Viraj Chandrakant Bhammar Executive Chef Impala 60’s Restaurant Jalan Kartika Plaza 45x, Kuta Ph +62 811 387 453 Kuta Map C - 2

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1 Chicken, cut into 8 pieces 1 tbsp Lime juice or tamarind juice 1 tsp Salt 3 tbsp Oil 3 Shallots, finely sliced 3 cm Cinnamon stick 1 Star anise 2 Cloves 2 Cardamoms 1 stalk Lemon grass, bruised 2 Pandanus leaves, shredded, knotted 5 Curry leaves 500 cc Coconut milk from 1 1/2 coconuts 3 tbsp Roasted shredded coconut, pounded

3 Candlenuts, roasted 1 tbsp Coriander 1 tsp Cumin, roasted 1 tsp Aniseed 1/8 Nutmeg 10 Red chilies 6 Shallots 3 cloves Garlic 1 tsp Chopped turmeric 2 tsp Chopped ginger 1 tbsp Salt

Method: Rub the chicken with lime or tamarind juice and salt. Let it stand for 15 minutes. Heat oil and sauté shallots until golden brown, then add ground spices, whole spices, lemon grass, pandanus leaves, curry leaves and chicken. Cook for a few minutes, then add coconut milk and pounded coconut. Continue to cook, stirring from time to time until the chicken is cooked and the gravy is thick and oily. Serve with rice. \AM

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ndonesian chicken curry also known as kare or kari is a traditional hot spicy soup or stew, similar to Indian curry only much lighter. Kare is usually a side dish and is commonly serve with rice. You can find it everywhere, from simple warungs to the finest dining rooms. It’s delicious and full of spicy flavor which makes it very popular with Indonesians. Try this recipe at home.


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Cappucino

Irish Nut Creme Coffee

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t’s impossible to miss Coffee Corner which occupies a massive two story building on the corner of Melasti and Jalan Legian. Flower beds filled with dense shrubbery mask a wonderful open and airy space with the definite vibe of a modern coffee house. White dominates the dÊcor with vibrant splashes of bright purple and lime green, creating a cheerful and striking effect. A gleaming glass deli counter is loaded with muffins, pastries, scones, cakes, quiches and even Aussie meat pies. Three seating areas include the terrace, an AC interior, and a cozy lounge with internet upstairs. We sit on the terrace next to the pretty aquarium which has been built into a wall and filled with gliding tropical fish. The smell of fresh roasting coffee permeates the air and I am soon sipping a very good Irish Nut Creme Coffee which is strong and creamy with just a hint of Irish hazelnut and white chocolate. The Cappuccino is perfectly executed and artfully

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Spinach and Feta Gozleme

decorated with an elaborate chocolate design. It is obvious that there is a talented barista behind the bar, and indeed Manager Ms Rai learned her craft well at Gloria Jeans Kuta. Other coffee choices include Coffee of the day served in a plunger, lattes, espresso and a range of iced creations. Freezes are also listed on the board and flavors include Mixed fruit, Choco Mint Bomb and Crème Brulee. I can’t help myself, I just have to try the Cookies & Cream which is dense rich and chocolaty, made with ice cream, crushed oreos and milk. There is also a slightly less calorific Mango Freeze a naturally sweet frozen mango delight. I have to smile when I see the Old Fashioned Spider (icecream and soft drink of your choice) on the menu, which reminds me of my childhood in Australia. Breakfasts, snacks and light lunches are also available. The Scones are homemade and served with jam and cream, the Banana Apple crumble www.letseatmag.com

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Banana Apple Crumble

and the Lemon Meringue Tart also look good. There are also Club Sandwiches, Roast Chicken Wraps and Chicken and Vegetable Pie. We try their newest offering, Spinach and Feta Gozleme, a traditional Turkish savory dish and also one of my personal favorites. Thin sheets of pastry are wrapped around water spinach, onion, red peppers cooked with lashings of garlic and then grilled. The taste is authentic and I really enjoy this dish which is perfect for a light lunch. The creamy garlic aioli on the side is also very good. Coffee Corner is well named and delivers everything that you expect in a modern coffee house‌.. Good coffee and light food enjoyed in a pleasant setting. \AB Mango Freeze

COFFEE CORNER Legian Arto Center Jalan Melasti Block 1 & 2, Legian Ph +62 361 751 546 Open 7.00am – 9.30pm Seat 60 Kuta Map A - 3

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Minestrone

Elephant Safari Park & Lodge

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he road to Taro leads us through Bali’s heartland, a maze of steeply terraced rice fields, traditional villages and groves of ancient forests. Here we find the Elephant Safari Park & Lodge, home to the largest herd of rescued Sumatran elephants in the world. Set amidst 3.5 hectares of picturesque botanical gardens, the Park incorporates a well appointed safari lodge, a restaurant and 30 elephants (plus three babies) who carry visitors on treks through the surrounding forests, bathe in the lake and eat copious amounts of sugar cane. The park has been created by Bali Adventure Tour founders Nigel Mason and his wife Yanie, and provides a home for elephants

that faced a grim future in government camps in Sumatra. Being an animal lover myself I am always wary of animal ‘theme parks’ but it is obvious that these elephants are well loved and well cared for, I would swear that some of them were even smiling. The park mostly employs locals from surrounding villages and everyone, from the mahouts (elephant handlers,) to the wait staff, and the GM himself, Mr Arafin Tirta Wijata, clearly enjoy the opportunity to work with these magnificent creatures. We are joining the ‘Safari Under The Stars,’ which will be followed by a buffet dinner, but we arrive early to explore the park, and www.letseatmag.com


are escorted by Mr Arafin who shares many stories about the elephants. We hand feed a couple of them and then pose for photos as they embrace us with their trunks for an elephant cuddle. We watch as they bathe in the lake, spraying themselves and all of us with trunks full of water. Two baby elephants chase each other around the park, playing like giant puppies. We also wander through the museum, which has a small but fascinating display including a 15,000 year old Wooly Mammoth skeleton. As dusk turns to darkness we alight an elephant named Desi for our twilight safari and she plods slowly and heavily down a

misty trail. We are blessed with a crescent moon peeping through the trees; its not exactly a comfortable ride, but it’s a whole different experience to enjoy the rainforest from high up in the canopy. Slowly our procession of five elephants return to the Park restaurant where a buffet, set up on wooden canoes is waiting for us. The ride was a little chilly so I head straight for the steaming tureen of Minestrone which is warm and comforting, enriched with beans, pasta and tender vegetables, true Italian style. When I meet Executive Chef Wayan he tells me that he learned this recipe from the legendary Massimo, Bali’s most famous Italian chef. Wayan honed his skills in some

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Chicken Florentine

Chicken Satay

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The Elephant Show

Baked Cheesecake

Twilight Safari

Glazed Pumpkin Tart

of Bali’s most famous restaurants and hotels. The result is an international themed buffet filled with well prepared and tasty dishes. Sushi Maki Rolls, Tuna Nicoise, Thai Beef Salad, and warm crispy Tempura make fine starters. Moving on to hot mains there is an excellent Chicken Florentine, thick cut Wok Fried Vegetables, tender Chicken Satay coated in tandoori spices and Lamb Curry. I get greedy at the dessert section and help myself to a superb Creme Caramel, a classic baked Cheesecake a sweet Strawberry and Apple Crumble and an interesting glazed Pumpkin Tart (luckily the portions are small.) Weather permitting, dinner is outside

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under the stars and is a buffet, or a la carte depending on the numbers. The twilight safari can also be combined with afternoon rafting, or cycling tours. The Elephant Safari park is much more than a theme park, it’s an unforgettable experience that will leave you smiling for days. \AB Elephant Safari Park Lodge Jalan Elephant Park Taro /Tegalalang Ph +62 361 721 480 Park Restaurant open 11am – 12pm Seat 250 www.elephantparklodge.com www.letseatmag.com


wine knowledge

The Three Musicians

‘An Insight on Champagne Through the Eyes of a Barman and Guests Part 2’

“Joseph,thebarman always shared his thoughts with his assistants, and believed that to serve Champagne is history and ar t at the same time. “How right you are Bully (that was the pet name given for Mr. Consul as he always acted like a Bulldog when they were alone,) how right,” she says with a face reflecting a desire to kiss her ‘little dog’ who was in reality, smaller than her in size. Looking around the bar, she quips “Look Bully, there is Mr. and Mrs. Sack, they have not been here for at least two years, and there is Mr. and Mrs Buck. Do you remember last year when she commented to her friend Mrs.

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Mice that I would look like a Magnum Bottle of Champagne?” The Consul only waved his hand to the familiar faces and shook his head in all seriousness at his wife’s comments. He was a man who only replied when questions were important enough. He also thought that as he had the title of Consul and his wife had only inherited the title by being married to him; that she should follow his cues and behave all the time in thanks to him.

before it is delivered to the bar in the hotel. You can compare this with the birth of human beings, thought Josef who also believed that the soul of a human being already exists in the universe and is just waiting to be transmitted. The soul is circling like a plane, waiting to get permission to land. In this time the soul is cleaning herself from the previous body it has left before. (to be continued)

Joseph, the barman always shared his thoughts with his assistants, and believed that to serve Champagne is history and art at the same time. He had very deep thoughts about this beverage and about how this fine sparkling wine lies four years on yeast in a bottle in a humid mushroom wine cellar, and then for another two years, in another cellar peacefully and actually ready to be drunk,

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how to say.... Desa Seni

Can I order.... please? Saya mau pesan.... Good morning. Good afternoon. Good evening. I am hungry. I am thirsty. I am full. Ice cube Eat.... I want to eat. Lemongrass…. I want to drink lemongrass ice tea in Street Cafe. Duck.... I want to order Indochine’s crispy duck. Onion Soup... I want to try french onion soup from Potato Head. Chocolate…. I am enjoying chocolate town in Clear Cafe. Ice Tea... I want to order an ice tea, please. Plate and spoon... I need a new plate and spoon. Wine…. Can I ask a glass of white wine, please. Prawn…. I like to try the prawn soup. Juice.. I like the floating juice in Fortune Cookie. Pepper... I want some black pepper on my steak . Strawberry Panacotta… I order strawberry panacotta. Dinner.... I can make curry chicken for dinner. Mango… Can I have one mango juice, please? Chicken Satay... The chicken satay in Elephant Park was tasty. Oyster…. The oyster in Bali is very famous. Roasted Crab…. Let’s try the roasted crab at Indochine. Spicy…. I love spicy food. Salty…. It’s too salty. Hot…. I like hot chocolate milk. Cold…. I want a glass of cold water.

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Selamat pagi. Selamat siang. Selamat malam. Saya lapar. Saya haus. Saya kenyang. Es batu. Makan.... Saya mau makan. Serai…. Saya mau minum es teh serai di Street Cafe. Bebek.... Saya mau pesan bebek crispynya Indochine. Sup Bawang... Saya mau coba sup bawang dari Potato Head. Coklat.... Saya menikmati coklat pada chocolate town di Clear Cafe. Es Teh... Saya mau pesan es teh satu. Piring dan sendok…. Saya perlu piring dan sendok baru. Anggur... Boleh saya minta segelas anggur putih. Udang.... Saya mau coba sup udang. Jus.... Saya suka jus floating di Fortune Cookie. Merica…. Saya mau sedikit merica hitam di steak saya. Panacotta Stroberi…. Saya pesan panacotta stroberi. Makan Malam... Saya bisa bikin kare ayam untuk makan malam. Mangga…. Bisa saya pesan satu jus mangga? Sate Ayam.. Sate ayam di Elephant Park sangat lezat. Tiram... Tiram di Bali sangat terkenal. Kepiting Panggang... Mari mencoba kepiting panggang di Indochine. Pedas...Saya suka makanan pedas. Asin…. Ini terlalu asin. Panas…. Saya suka susu coklat panas. Dingin…. Saya mau segelas air dingin. www.letseatmag.com


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Menjangan Island

Antosari

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DENPASAR

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Tanah Lot

Kediri

Geretek

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Penyebah Seribatu

Peliatan

UBUD

Tegalsuci

Sangeh

Baturiti

Bedugul

Tabanan Mengwi

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Mount Pohon

Tamblingan

Sekaan

Batur

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Tejakula

Bayunggede

Air Sanih

Lake Bratan

Lake Buyan

Asahpanji

Nangka

Sawan

Jagaraja

Sangsit

Yehketipat

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singaraja

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La Luciola

Sarong

Living Room

Biku

Nasi Ayam Kedewatan

Hu’u Bar Nutmeg

Potato Head

Naughty Nuri’s

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Zanzibar Lanai

Marzano Mini Mart Tekor De Javu

Syndicate 66 Club Bacio Cocoon

Little Green

Yut’s

Sabeen @ The haven

Pantarei

Bintang

Queens’s Tandoor

Jaya Pub

SIP

Campur Campur

Chicken Run

Bali Deli

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Fortune Cookie

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Batu Jimbar

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Hardy’s

Cinnamon

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Istana Garden

Loka

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Bebek Bengil

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Casta Pasta

Bumbu Bali

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Kedonganan Fish Market

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The Shore @ Nikko Bali

Ikan @ Westin

Piasan Laguna

Gourmand Deli

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Musashi

Ulam

Lotus

Bumbu Bali

Giorgio

The Tao Bali

Seafood Lagoon

Coco Bistro

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RESTAURANTS kuta beras merah waroeng & bar Jalan Kartika Plaza, Tuban P +62 361 756 884 www.adhijayahotel.com

Kebab palace Jalan Kartika Plaza Block A3 No. 3 Kuta Center P +62 361 758 075

Bluefin Complex Kuta Sidewalk Jalan Kartika Plaza P +62 361 764 100 www.rama-restaurantsbali.com

KEDAI TIGA NYONYA Jalan Pantai Kuta No.8-9 Kuta Suci Arcade Comp. P +62 361 767 218

bubba gump shrimp co Jalan Kartika Plaza 8X P +62 361 754 028 coffee corner Jalan Legian Arto Center P +62 361 751 546 coco bistro Discovery Shopping Mall Jalan Kartika Plaza Block MG-49 P +62 361 769 611 dog dragon Jalan Benesari P +62 361 923 2628 dulang Café Jalan Kuta Square Bl C/20-21 P +62 361 753 389 enhay cafe Complex Bendesa No. 6-7 Jalan Benesari Poppies Lane II P +62 81 999 207 501 FLAPJAKS Complex Kuta Sidewalk Jalan Kartika Plaza P +62 361 765 100 www.rama-restaurantsbali.com FRUTTI ICE Discovery Shopping Mall Jalan Kartika Plaza P +62 361 207 5091 gabah @ Ramayana Resort & Spa Jalan Bakung Sari P +62 361 751 864 www.rama-restaurantsbali.com Golden Lotus @ Bali Dynasty Resort Jalan Dewi Sartika, Tuban P +62 361 752 403 GUBUK MAKAN MANG ENGKING Jalan Nakula 88 Sunset Road P +62 361 882 2000 Hard Rock Café Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 755 661 www.hardrock.com ifiori Jalan Kartika Plaza P +62 361 750 158 www.ifioribali.com

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IMPALA 60’s Jalan Kartika Plaza 45x P +62 361 763 843

KEmayangan Jalan Merta Nadi 86 P +62 361 743 5500 Kori restaurant Jalan Poppies II P +62 361 758 605 www.korirestaurant.co.id Kunyit bali @ SANTIKA Jalan Kartika Plaza P +62 361 759 991 www.santikabali.com Lemoncello Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 755 055 MA JOLY Jalan Wana Segara, Tuban P +62 361 753 780 www.ma-joly.com Maccaroni Jalan Legian 52 P +62 361 754 662 www.maccaroniclub.com Made’s Warung Banjar Pande Mas Jalan Pantai P +62 361 755 297 MAma’s Jalan Raya Legian P +62 361 761 151 www.bali-mamas.com NEro Jalan Legian 384 P +62 361 750 756 www.nerobali.com pawon pasundan Jalan Kediri No. 2 Tuban P +62 361 755 833 queens of india Bali Dynasty Resort Jalan Kartika Plaza P +62 361 765 988 www.queenstandoor.com ROSSO VIVO Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 751 961 Ryoshi Jalan Kartika Plaza Next to Discovery Mall P +62 361 766 302 SALT @ THE STONES Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 766 100 samudra Café @ Grand Istana Rama Jalan Raya Pantai Kuta P +62 361 752 208

utopia Jalan Pantai Kuta, Gang Benesari (behind Mini Mart)P +62 361 756 964

flying fish @ o-ce-n bali Jalan Arjuna 88X P +62 361 737 400 www.outrigger.com

WarUNG LAOTA Jalan Raya Kuta 530, Tuban P +62 361 742 9068

gourmet Café Jalan Petitenget 77A Kerobokan P +62 361 847 5115

seminyak Gabah sari organik Little Tree Green Building, Jalan Sunset Road 112x SEAFOOD HOUSE Complex Kuta Sidewalk Jalan Kartika Plaza P +62 361 763 900 www.rama-restaurantsbali.com SECRET GARDEN Pasar Agung Poppies I Kuta P +62 361 757 720 www.scretgarden_ barcafe.com segara fresh seafood Discovery Shopping Mall Jalan Kartika Plaza P +62 361 769 613 stadium Café Complex Kuta Sidewalk Jalan Kartika Plaza P +62 361 763 100 www.rama-restaurantsbali.com sushi tei Jalan Sunset Road 99 P +62 361 780 7744 www.sushitei.com

antique Jalan Camplung Tanduk 7 P +62 361 730 907 www.antiquebali.com

grocer & grind Jalan Kayu Jati 3X Petitenget P +62 361 737 321

Bale bali Jalan Kunti 488 P +62 361 732 731

HUSK @ SOFITEL Jalan Camplung Tanduk P +62 361 730 730 www.sofitel.com

Bella rosa Jalan Padma 1, Legian P +62 361 752 111 www.padmahotels.com

kafe betawi Seminyak Square Jalan Kayu Aya, Oberoi P +62 361 736 765

bianco Jalan Padma, Legian P +62 361 760 070 www.rama-restaurantsbali.com

kaizan Jalan Kayu Aya, Oberoi P +62 361 747 2324

BIKU Jalan Petitenget 888 P +62 361 857 0888 www.bikubali.com BreEze @The Samaya Jalan Kayu Aya, Oberoi P +62 361 731 149 www.thesamayabali.com Café DEGAN Jalan Petitenget 9 P +62 361 744 8622 Café MARZANO Jalan Arjuna/Double Six P +62 361 874 4438 Café MOKA Jalan Raya Seminyak P +62 361 731 424

KHAIMA Jalan Kayu Aya, Oberoi P +62 361 742 3925 www.khaimabali.com KUNI’s Jalan Kayu Aya, Oberoi P +62 361 730 501 Ku De Ta Jalan Kayu Aya, Oberoi P +62 361 736 969 www.kudeta.net La Lucciola Jalan Kayu Aya, Oberoi P +62 361 730 838

naughty nuris Jalan Batubelig 41, Kerobokan P +62 361 847 722 NENO Jalan Petitenget 2X Kerobokan P +62 361 910 3003 NutMegs Jalan Petitenget, Kerobokan P +62 361 736 576 www.nutmegsrestaurant. com pantarei Jalan Raya Seminyak 17A P +62 361 732 567 www.pantareirestaurant-bali.com passargad Jalan Camplung Tanduk (Dhyana Pura) No. 3 P +62 361 738 857 potato head Jalan Petitenget P +62 361 737 379 Rumours Jalan Kayu Aya 100 Oberoi P +62 361 738 720 www.balinesia.co.id rush bamboo @ the elysian Boutique villa hotel Jalan Sari Dewi 18 P +62 361 730 999 ryoshi Jalan Raya Seminyak 15 P +62 361 731 152

LaSaL Jalan Drupadi II P +62 361 738 321 www.lasalbali.com

sabeen @ the haven resort Jalan Raya Seminyak 500 P +62 361 738 001

taman ayun @ padma resort bali Jalan Padma 1, Legian P +62 361 752 111 www.padmahotels.com

chandi Jalan Kayu Aya 72 P +62 361 731 060 www.chandibali.com

LEMON CELLO Jalan Arjuna/Double SixGg. Raja P +62 361 738 001 www.thehavenbali.com

SARONG Jalan Petitenget 19X Kerobokan P +62 361 737 809 www.sarongbali.com

TEMPO DOELOE Jalan Sunset Road 8 P +62 361 919 6868

cocoon Blue Ocean Terrace Jalan Arjuna/Double Six P +62 361 731 266

Made’s Warung Jalan Raya Seminyak P +62 361 732 130 www.madeswarung.com

sasa Jalan Kayu Aya 78 P +62 361 736 638 www.sasabali.com

tenkai Jalan Padma I, Legian P +62 361 752 111

Colonial living Jalan Raya Kunti 67 P +62 361 738 919

sea circus Jalan Kayu Aya No. 22 P +62 361 738 667

the balinese village @ Ramada bintang bali resort Jalan Kartika Plaza, Tuban P +62 361 753 292

crispy pata Jalan Petitenget 27C, Kerobokan P +62 361 847 5461

Mannekepis Jalan Raya Seminyak 2 P +62 361 847 5784 www.mannekepisbistro.com

the wharf @ ramada bintang bali resort Jalan Kartika Plaza PO Box 1068 Tuban P +62 361 753 292 www.bintang-bali-hotel.com TJ’S Jalan Poppies Lane 1/24 P +62 361 751 093

Curry Power Jalan Drupadi II, 12 Seminyak Ph + 62 361 928 5358 DELICIOUS ONION Jalan Drupadi P +62 813 378 942 43 www.deliciousonion.com earth cafe Jalan Kayu Aya 99, Oberoi P +62 361 736 645

Métis Jalan Petitenget 6 Kerobokan Kelod P +62 361 737 888 www.metisbali.com Mykonos Jalan Kayu Aya 52,Oberoi P +62 361 733 253 nasi ayam kedewatan ibu mangku Jalan Raya Sempidi P +62 361 307 3008

seaside Jalan Pantai Arjuna 14, Legian P +62 361 737 140 www.seasidebali.com SIP wine bar Jalan Raya Seminyak 16A P +62 361 730 810 soho Jalan Kayu Aya 12XX P +62 361 737 280 sorriso Jalan Drupadi P +62 361 738 307 www.sorrisobali.com

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canggu Café MOKA Jalan Raya Anyar P +62 361 844 8933

Yut’s Place

suka suka Jalan Petitenget 88 Kerobokan P +62 361 735 933 www.kokonutsuites.com The Little green cafe Jalan Mertanadi No. 11 Kerobokan P +62 361 275 2125 tobelo cafe Jalan Petitenget No. 7 P +62 361 734 284 Trattoria Jalan Kayu Aya, Oberoi P +62 361 737 082 www.tratorriabali.com ULTIMO Jalan Kayu Aya 104X P +62 361 738 720 www.balinesia.co.id Warung animo Double Six Beach (in front of Cocoon) WARUNG MAKAN CAMPUR CAMPUR IBU WIDYA Jalan Sunset Seminyak No.18 X Ph +62 361 847 5939 WarUNG ITALIA Jalan Kunti 2 P +62 361 737 437 WILD ORCHID @ ANANTARA Jalan Camplung Tanduk P +62 361 737 773 www.anantara.com queen’s tandoor Jalan Raya Seminyak 73 P +62 361 732 770 www.queenstandoor.com vivalavi Café Jalan Mertasari 31x Kerobokan P +62 361 847 6028 www.vivalavivillas.com yut’s place Jalan Werkudara 521 Legian Padma P +62 812 395 1454 zanzibar Jalan Arjuna P +62 361 733 529 www.zanzibarbali.com ZULA Jalan Camplung Tanduk 5 P +62 361 736 645

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DESA SENI A Village Resort Jalan Subak Sari #13, Pantai Berawa, Canggu Ph +62 361 844 6392 Echo beach house Jalan Pura Batu Mejan, Echo Beach Canggu P +62 361 747 4604 OM ORGANIC Jalan Batu Bolong, Canggu Beach P +62 361 960 4121. SOL café Echo Beach P +62 361 746 3897 sticky fingers Echo Beach P +62 361 809 0903 embun life cafe Jalan Kayu Putih/ Subak Sari 77 P +62 361 847 5614

sanur

lotus Jalan Danau Tamblingan 30 P +62 361 289 398 manik organik Jalan Danau Tamblingan 85 P +62 361 855 3380 Massimo Jalan Danau Tamblingan 228 P +62 361 288 942 www.massimobali.com peppers latino grill & bar @ sanur beach bali hotel Jalan Danau Tamblingan 190 P +62 361 288 011 PIZZA RIA @ BALI HYATT Jalan Danau Tamblingan 89 P +62 361 281 234 SANUR HARUM @ SANUR PARADISE HOTEL & SUITES Jalan Hang Tuah 46 P +62 361 281 781 www.sanurparadise.com SECTor Jalan Hang Tuah 58 P +62 361 287 733 www. sectorbarrestaurant.com

akame restaurant Jalan Pelabuhan Benoa No. 7X, Benoa P +62 361 855 0819

basilico @ sanur beach bali Jalan Danau Tamblingan, Sanur 80228 P +62 361 288 011 www.sanurbeach. aerowisata.com CafE BATUJIMBAR Jalan Danau Tamblingan 75A P +62 361 287 374 www.cafebatujimbar.com Charming Jalan Danau Tamblingan 97 P +62 361 288 029 cinnamon Jalan Danau Tamblingan 80 P +62 361 288 457 fortune cookies Jalan Sudamata No. 5 +62 361 283 342 KOPI BALI HOUSE Pertokoan Graha Niaga Sanur 4 Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai 405E P +62 361 270 990 www.kopibali.com

Charming

batan waru Jalan Dewi Sita P +62 361 977 528 bumbu bali Jalan Suweta 1 P +62 361 974 217 www.bumbubaliresto.com bunute Jalan Dewi Sita P +62 361 972 177 www.bunute.com Café lotus Jalan Monkey Forest P +62 361 975 660 www.lotus-restaurants.com. Café MOKA Jalan Raya Ubud P +62 361 972 881 Casa Luna Jalan Raya Ubud P +62 361 977 409 www.casalunabali.com Cascades @ The Viceroy Bali Jalan Lanyahan, Banjar Nagi P +62 361 972 111 www.cascadesbali.com

COFFEE & ... Monkey Forest Road No 67 P +62 361 972 950

smorgas café Jalan Danau Tamblingan P +62 361 289 361

elephant safari park and lodge Jalan Elephant Park taro/Tegalalang P +62 361 721 480

telaga naga @ BALI HYATT Jalan Danau Tamblingan 89 P +62 361 281 234

GLOW @ Como shambala Begawan Giri P +62 361 978 888 www.cse.como.bz

the street café Jalan Danau Tamblingan No. 21 P +62 361 285 953

Green house Jalan Monkey Forest P +62 361 978 189

THE Village @ GRIYA SANTRIAN Jalan Danau Tamblingan 47 P +62 361 285 025 www.santrian.com

gianyarubud Ayung Terrace @ Four Seasons Sayan, Ubud P +62 361 977 577

west end Café Jalan Sanggingan P +62 361 978 363

karangasem

bali buddha Jalan Jembawan 1 P +62 361 976 324

clear Café Jalan Hanoman No. 8 P +62 361 889 4437

Arena Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai 115 P +62 361 287 255 www.arenabali.com art cafe Jalan Mertasari 26 P +62 361 286 366

bale bale @ kori resort & spa Jalan Raya Sanggingan 18 Tjampuhan P +62 361 972 487

ibah restaurant @ Ibah Luxury Villas Campuhan P +62 361 974 466 ibu rai restaurant Monkey Forest 72 P +62 361 973 472 www.iburai.com INDOCHINE @ THE MANSION RESORT Jalan Penestanan, Sayan P +62 361 972 616 www.themansionbali. com

Toke Restaurant Jalan Raya Candidasa P +62 363 419 91 www.tokebali.com Naughty Nuri’s

laka leke Jalan Nyuh Kuning P +62 361 977 565 www.lakaleke.com Lamak Jalan Monkey Forest P +62 361 974 668 www.lamakbali.com Mozaic Jalan Raya Sanggingan P +62 361 975 768 www.mozaic-bali.com Murni’s Warung Campuan Bridge P +62 361 975 233 www.murnis.com naughty nuri’s Jalan Raya Sanggingan P +62 361 977 547 padi @ furama xclusive villas & spa Banjar Bindu, Mambal, 8 Jalan Melati P +62 361 898 8688 ryoshi Jalan Raya Ubud P +62 361 972 192 siam sally Jalan Hanoman, Pengosekan P +62 361 980 777 www.baligoodfood.com tepi sawah Jalan Raya Goa Gajah Br. Teges, Peliatan P +62 361 975 656 www.tepisawahvillas. com terazo Jalan Suweta P +62 361 978 941 three monkeys Café Jalan Monkey Forest P +62 361 975 554 tsavo lion @ bali safari & marine park Jalan By Pass Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra Km. 19,8, Gianyar P +62 361 975 656 www. balisafarimarinepark. com TUT MAK Jalan Dewi Sita P +62 361 297 5754

Vincent’s Restaurant Jalan Raya Candidasa P +62 363 413 68 www.vincentsbali.com Water Garden Café @ The Water Garden Hotel Jalan Raya Candidasa P +62 3634 1540

jimbaranuluwatu asam garam @ Villa balquisse P +62 361 701 695 www.balquisse.com Café MOKA Jalan Raya Uluwatu P +62 361 780 5938 Cire @ alila villas Jalan Belimbing, Sari Banjar, Tambiyak,Uluwatu P +62 361 848 2166 DAVA @ AYANA Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran P +62 361 702 222 www.ayanaresort.com DI MARE @ KARMA jimbaran Jalan Bukit Permai P +62 361 708 848 grande café @ le grande suites Block 5 Pecatu Indah Resort Jalan Raya Uluwatu P +62 361 848 1388 JENDELA BALI @ GWK Jalan Raya Uluwatu Ungasan, Jimbaran P +62 361 704 465 JU-ma-na @ banyan tree ungasan Jalan Melasti, Br. Kelod Ungasan, Jimbaran P +62 361 300 7000 kayu manis @ new kuta condotel Jalan New Kuta Condotel Kawasan Pecatu Indah Resort, South Kuta P +62 361 848 4555 Kisik @ AYANA Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran P +62 361 702 222 KO @ Intercontinetal Bali Resort Jalan Uluwatu 45 P +62 361 701 888

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miscellaneous warung keramik @ jenggala gallery Jalan Uluwatu II Jimbaran P +62 361 703 311 www.concepts.com TAMAN WANTILAN @ FOUR SEASON JIMBARAN P +62 361 701 010 www.fourseasons.com Tapis @ Kayu Manis Jimbaran P +62 361 705 777

tanjung benoa ALL SPICES @ THE ROYAL SANTRIAN Jalan Pratama P +62 361 778 181 www.theroyalsantrian.com Bumbu bali Jalan Pratama P +62 361 774 502 giorgio italian cuisine @ aston bali beach resort & spa Jalan Pratama 68 X P +62 361 773 577 Seafood lagoon Jalan Pintas Tj. Benoa 7 P +62 361 8010 999 www.restaurantlagoonbali. com THE Tao Bali Jalan Pratama 96 P +62 361 772 902 www.taobali.com Spice @ CONRAD Jalan Pratama 168 P +62 361 778 788 www.conradhotels.com ulam Jalan Pratama No. 88 P +62 361 773 738

nusa dua ANIMO RESTO Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai 98 Mumbul, Nusa Dua P +62 361 770 203 Boneka @ The ST. REGIS BALI RESORT P +62 361 847 8111 www.stregis.com musashi Jalan Terompong South P +62 361 773 535 OCEAN TERRACE @ THE laguna Kawasan Pariwisata P +62 361 771 327 OCTOPUS @ AYODYA RESORT Jalan Pantai Mengiat P +62 361 771 102 www. ayodyaresort.com

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Warung Keramik

PASAR SENGGOL @ Grand Hyatt Bali PO. BOX 53, Nusa Dua P +62 361 771 234 www.bali.grand.hyatt. com piasan @ kayumanis nusa dua private villas & spa BTDC Area Nusa Dua 80363 P +62 361 770 777 www.kayumanis.com raja’s @ nusa dua beach hotel & spa P +62 361 771 210 www.nusaduahotel.com salsa verde @ grand hyatt bali PO BOX 53 P +62 361 772 038 www.bali.grand.hyatt.com The terrace @ Amanusa Nusa Dua P +62 361 772 333 THE SHORE @ NIKKO BALI RESORT AND SPA Jalan Raya Nusa Dua Selatan P +62 361 773 377 ulam Jalan Mengiat No. 14 P +62 361 771 590 veranda restaurant @ the westin resorts P +62 361 771 906 www.westin.com/bali

Bali KOrean market Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai 500, Sanur P +62 361 281 929

BOSHE VVIP CLUB Jalan By Pas Ngurah Rai No. 89X, Tuban, Kuta +62 361 848 4600

BalI moon liquers www.balimoonliquers. net P +62 361 461 945

CENTERSTAGE @HARD ROCK HOTEL Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 761 869

bali stars Seminyak Square Jalan Kayu Aya, Seminyak P +62 361 960 4183

DEEJAY CLUB Jalan Kartika Plaza 8X P +62 361 758 880

CASA GOURMET Seminyak Square Jalan Kayu Aya, Seminyak P +62 361 738 026 COCO GOURMET Discovery Shopping Mall Jalan Kartika Plaza, Kuta P +62 361 769 611 Dijon Kuta Poleng Mall Bl. A1-A2 Jalan Setiabudhi, Kuta P +62 361 759 636

Hatten Wines

sour sally @ mall bali galeria Simpang Dewa Ruci Lt. 1 Unit 1A No. 8 P +62 21 451 038

HARD rock beach club (HRBC) Deli @ HARD ROCK HOTEL Jalan Pantai, Kuta P +62 361 761 869

DOUBLESIX CLUB Jalan Arjuna, Seminyak P +62 361 731 266

Zerospirits Jalan Legian 94, Kuta P +62 361 754 244

GRACIE KELLY’S @ BALI DYNASTY RESORT Jalan Kartika Plaza, Tuban, Kuta P +62 361 752 403

CLUBS AND BARS The Tree

pepito Jalan Kediri 36A. Kuta P +62 361 759 112

fiveLEMENTS Puri Ahimsa Banjar Adat Baturning Mambal, Abiansemal, Badung 80352 Ph +62 361 469 206

s mart Jalan Dewi Sri No. 88 P +62 361 747 8535 www.smartindonesia. com

pondok kuring Jalan Raya Puputan 56 Renon P +62 361 234 122

scenia Jalan Suwung Batan Kendal 52 Block V P +62 361 275 2007 www.scenia.co.id

INFAMY @ THE STONES Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 766 100

KAMA SUTRA Jalan Pantai Kuta, Kuta P +62 361 761 999 KU DE TA Jalan Laksmana 9 Seminyak P +62 361 736 969

MINI MART Jalan Kediri 36A, Kuta P +62 361 759 112

bumbu desa Jalan Raya Puputan 42 P +62 361 221 850

Hu’U BAR Jalan Oberoi Petitenget P +62 361 736 443

JAZZ CAFE UBUD Jalan Tebesaya, Ubud P +62 361 976 594

KOU CUISINE Jalan Monkey Forest, Ubud P +62 361 972 319

PAPAYA Jalan Mertanadi, Kuta P +62 361 759 222

EIKON Jalan Legian 178, Kuta P +62 361 750 701

HARD ROCK CAFÉ Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 755 661

kayuapi Jalan Kuwum 1X, Kerobokan P +62 361 787 7476

denpasar

Divine wonderland Jalan Kayu Aya, Oberoi P +62 361 730 759

THE cellardoor hatten wines Kompleks Dewa Ruci 3 Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai P +62 361 767 422

gourmand deli @ St. regis bali resort Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua P +62 361 847 8111 gourmet garage Jalan Brantas Kangin 2 Jimbaran 80364 P +62 361 701 650

DEJA’VU Blue Ocean Beach 7X Seminyak P +62 361 732 777

88 CLUB The Legian Nirwana Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 857 767 540 BACIO Jalan Arjuna Seminyak P +62 361 742 4466 BAHIANA Jalan Camplung Tanduk 4, Seminyak P +62 361 736 662 BLUE EYES Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai 888 Sanur P +62 361 806 1333

M BAR GO Jalan Legian, Kuta P +62 361 756 280 NAMMOS BEACH CLUB @KARMA KANDARA Jalan Villa Kandara Banjar Wijaya Kusuma Ungasan P +62 361 848 2222 NERO Jalan Legian 384 Kuta P +62 361 750 756 OCEANS 27 @ DISCOVERY SHOPPING MALL Jalan Kartika Plaza P +62 361 765 027 www.oceans27.net

Red Carpet

OZIGO BAR UBUD Jalan Sanggingan Ubud P +62 81 974 728 PICCADILLY Jalan Danau Tamblingan 27 P +62 81 289 138 RED CARPET CHAMPAGNE BAR Jalan Kayu Aya 42C, Seminyak P +62 361 737 889 www.redcarpetbali.com ROCK BAR @ AYANA RESORT & SPA Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran P +62 361 702 222 SECTOR BAR & RESTAURANTS @ BALI BEACH GOLF COURSE Jalan Hangtuah 58 Sanur P +62 361 287 733 SKY GARDEN Jalan Legian 61, Kuta P +62 361 755 423 SOS @ THE ANANTARA Jalan Abimanyu Seminyak P +62 361 737 773 SYNDICATE Jalan Double Six Seminyak P +62 361 731 266 TEQUILA BAR Grand Istana Rama Hotel Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 752 208 THE BAR @ PANTAREI Jalan Raya Seminyak 17A, Seminyak P +62 361 732 567 The Living Room Jalan Petitenget Kerobokan P +62 361 735 735 THE OCEAN BAR @ THE LEGIAN Jalan Kayu Aya, Oberoi P +62 361 730 622 VI AI PI Jalan Legian 88, Kuta P +62 361 750 425 THE TREE Jalan Pratama, Tanjung Benoa P +62 361 773 488

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