KILN Petitenget in Bali is the choice destination for every occasion—gathering with friends, lunch with your family and even a romantic date with your partner in the evening.
Taking over the space of the now-defunct Petitenget, KILN Petitenget’s food menu is designed with inspiration from Eastern Mediterranean influences and diners can expect to munch on wood oven baked flatbreads, chargrilled skewers, various dips and more.
Give KILN Petitenget a chance and you will see why it is a great addition to Seminyak’s lively food and nightlife scene.
You may be surprised to find out that KILN Petitenget is actually the brainchild of a young Singaporean, Nicholas Scorpion and his partner Morgan McGlone, an Australian celebrity chef.
They started this venture with an aim at providing a space where only good vibes and the best Balinese culinary practices can be found at one destination.
We started our meal with the Grilled Beef Cevapi (RP70,000++/ S$7++). For those who are unaware of what a Cevapi is, the dish is usually made of grilled minced meat. The savoury beef is enhanced with spicy red pepper relish and topped off with onions and a dollop of sour cream.
Of course, we did not skip their signature skewers which came fresh off the charcoal grills. While we preferred the Grilled Beef Cevapi, their Pork Neck (RP60,000++/ S$6++) and Chicken (RP55,000++/ S$5++) skewers are decent and worth a try. It is recommended to pair the skewers with beer or cocktails on tap.
Other food choices you may be interested in include Wood-Fired Pita (RP30,000++/ S$3++), Smashed Roti Prata (RP30,000++/ S$3++) and Grilled Barramundi Wrap (RP65,000/ S$6.50++).
The coffee beans at KILN Petitenget are sourced from Expat Roasters, one of the most well-known specialty coffee producers in Bali.
Jalan Petitenget No. 40X Seminyak
Badung, Bali, Indonesia
Tel: +62 361 3701100
Daily: 11am – 11pm