Eat & Drink – Gorgeous Restaurant Nestled In The Slow Boutique Hotel In Bali

Eat & Drink The Slow

The Slow is a gorgeous boutique hotel in Canggu, Bali and nestled on the first level of the hotel is Eat & Drink, a contemporary cafe by day and restaurant by night. Expect to see an interesting combination of culture influences from Europe, South America and Asia when you are dining there.

Swing by in the day for savoury cafe fare or drop in at night to feast on wood-grilled meats and seafood while having a cocktail or two with your companions.  READ ON

Avocado Cafe Bali – An Avo Fan’s Dream Come True #AvoForLife

Avocado Cafe Canggu

Avocado Cafe is the answer to all health junkies who are looking for a vegan cafe in Bali serving fresh, organic meals. It sits in Canggu, and though it may take a little travelling from the main areas of Seminyak and Kuta, we are telling you it is worth it.

Apart from avocado delights, diners can expect a wide range of vegan options on their menu including pasta, pancakes and sweet potato waffles. The food there is stripped down and delicious, focusing mainly on locally sourced produce.

So if you too are obsessed with everything avo-related just like us, drop by the Avocado Cafe during your next trip to Bali! READ ON

The Lawn Bali – Popular Beach Club In Canggu With Beachfront Infinity Pool

The Lawn Canggu

Heading to Bali for a break away from the hustle and bustle of city life? One place you have to include your Bali itinerary is The Lawn in Canggu, Bali

There is nothing not to love about the beach club—its outdoor pool deck overlooking scenic views of Batubolong Beach, comfortable lounge beds and a comprehensive menu consisting of light bites and mains.

Imagine sipping on coconuts and other signature cocktails at The Lawn while admiring the beautiful sunset… What a life! READ ON

Mrs Sippy – The Hottest Pool Club From Sydney Has Opened In Bali

Mrs Sippy Pool

Hailing from Sydney, Mrs Sippy is the hottest pool club, restaurant and bar in Seminyak, Bali right now.

Step into Mrs Sippy Bali and you would feel as though you are on another island. Known for its fantastic saltwater pools and dive tower, the modern pool club features a man-made beach, tall palm trees and comfortable day beds. Treat yourself to a tipple at the bar and satisfy your tummy with grub from their open-air kitchen.

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Ultimo – Favourite Italian Restaurant In Bali With Pizza & Pasta Under S$10

Ultimo

Ultimo Italian Restaurant is a popular Italian restaurant located in the heart of Seminyak, Bali. Even if you are on a budget trip to Bali, do not be put off by its posh interior as the restaurant offers affordable pricing for its lovely ambiance and classic Italian dishes.

Most of the pastas and pizzas on the menu are priced less than RP100,000/ S$10. You can even complement the food with house pour wines starting from as low as RP25,000/ S$2.50. Drop by the place and you will see why this is one of our all-time favourite Italian restaurants in Seminyak.  READ ON

12 Awesome Cafes in Bali’s Ubud You Never Knew About

ubud cafes

Ubud is an unmissable enchanting destination for countless of reasons and over the years, the Balinese town has built up quite a reputation for itself with its impressive selection of healthy cafes. These casual Indonesian eateries are characterised by its affordability and deliciousness – no wonder, the expat community is growing exponentially!

From dessert speciality Caramel Patisserie & Cafe, third-wave coffee shop Seniman Coffee Studio to organic bistro Clear Cafe, here is our Guide to 12 Awesome Cafes in Ubud, Bali.

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Merah Putih Restoran Seminyak Bali

Merah Putih

One of the best meals that I had in Bali during my recent trip was at Merah Putih, a classy restaurant that serves traditional Indonesian cuisine for the purists, and at the same time, dedicating another column in the menu to providing options for Indonesian food with a modern interpretation.

Indonesian cuisine is a communal affair, and this is reflected in Merah Putih’s offerings of dishes in small and large plates. The dining concept is actually inspired by the local nasi padang, where you have an array of dishes to choose form – hence the small plates to share. The owner told us that he created the restaurant because whenever someone asked him where they could go for Indonesian food in a nice setting, he did not have an answer as there was not many options. So he created the answer by conceptualising and building Merah Putih where you can enjoy the classic dishes and also discover something new.

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