Fishbone Local brings sustainable seafood barbecue to Canggu (Bali)

It should be well known by now that Canggu is one of the hottest neighbourhoods in Bali right now. The increasingly popular beachside destination has been attracting all kinds of new businesses, the latest of which is a seafood shack going by the name of Fish Bone Local. The first of several planned projects for Bali-based Brett Hospitality Group – a venture by founder Dominique Brett, hospitality veteran Isabella Rowell and venue developer Brant Bauer – Fishbone stands in the prime position where Batu Blong dips towards Old Man’s Beach, offering locals and visitors a contemporary eatery and bar with a sharp focus on simple, precise presentations of the finest market seafood available and a commitment to sustainability and social enterprise (an example being a strong partnership with Bali Sustainable Seafood).... Read More | Share it now!

Maurice Terzini and Adrian Reed open Luigi’s Hot Pizza in Canggu (Bali)

Maurice Terzini, the renowned chef behind Australian icon Icebergs Dining & Bar in Sydney (and others), has teamed up with Adrian Reed (of Motel Mexicola) once again to open Luigi’s Hot Pizza in the heart of Bali’s Canggu junction. The duo, whose first Bali collaboration Da Maria Bali is a beloved spot for Italian dining, have designed this new venue to offer locals an affordable, lo-fi and unpretentious approach to high quality pizza with drinks, music and the playful, relaxed atmosphere that mirrors the beachside locale. ... Read More | Share it now!

Sydney’s legendary Mamak has opened in Seminyak (Bali)

Sydney’s beloved Award-winning Malaysian restaurant Mamak (known for it’s long queues and late opening hours) has opened their first international restaurant in Bali, bringing their bold traditional flavours to the island’s metropolitan Seminyak area. Located in the heart of Seminyak, Mamak Bali will showcase their beloved Malaysian Rotis, Curries and Satays to Bali locals and visitors with a strong commitment to consistency and local produce.... Read More | Share it now!

Seminyak’s new AYA restaurant combines street art and Peruvian fusion cuisine (Bali)

As we near the end of 2017, it seems Bali’s famous Seminyak neighbourhood is getting all kinds of new dining destinations. We brought you news of Sarong Group’s new steampunk-inspired Thai restaurant recently, now we turn our attention towards the newly opened AYA Restaurant. Coming from owners Juanjo Suárez, Christian Gastaldi, Marco Cueva and Rafael Sanchez, the new addition to Seminyak’s kinetic dining scene is a hungry blend of Peruvian-Asian fusion food with a bright atmosphere inspired by street art.... Read More | Share it now!

Sarong Group opens steampunk-inspired Som Chai Bar & Restaurant in Seminyak (Bali)

Aussie visitors to restaurants like Mama San and Sarong already know what Bali’s renowned Sarong Group are capable of. So it should come as no surprised that the hospitality group’s latest venture is one of the island’s most anticipated openings of 2017. The restaurant, titled Som Chai, is a sophisticated Thai-influenced fine diner carved into a grand cavern with a distinctive bar set to host many nights out with a roster of live DJs spinning every week – as is expected of Bali’s famously festive late-night scene.... Read More | Share it now!

Bangkok’s Gaggan tops Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2017

Just a few weeks ago the annual Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants were announced, heralding culinary perfection throughout some of the most famous foodie destinations in the world. Millions of restaurants were up for considerations as always, and while only one could top the entire list, it’s obviously an enormous deal to be recognised as one of the 50 out of a seemingly endless amount of choices. ... Read More | Share it now!

Seminyak gets a new Miami inspired dining experience with Bikini (Bali)

Seminyak, Bali has a new hotspot in it’s endless line of options. The recently opened Bikini, a luxe, architecturally designed space, blends the urban style of a New York warehouse with a decadent Miami beach party feel. With up to 120 seats in both its bar and restaurant areas, it looks to be a very welcome and distinctive addition to Seminyak’s famously up-market scene. ... Read More | Share it now!