Let’s be grateful for awhile as Bali airport has been reopened and operating as usual now! We really hope that Mount Agung would stay calm for at least one month and let us enjoy great Christmas and New Year celebrations on the island.
As nobody would have time tim research and scroll our Instagram feeds to list down all new places in Bali, we have prepared you the list. On this post, you would be able to find new and must-go dining places. However, you would like to find more various Instagram-able spots, check out our previous post here.
La Brisa – Canggu
Like just we have always said that Canggu is the next iconic area in Bali. A few months back, another magical ‘La’ has opened in the area and is ready to pamper everyone with the chillest atmosphere and magnificent ocean view. The very concept of the beach club is written in the name -La Brisa – which means sea breeze… Wild and enchanting yet pleasantly soothing. Learn more here.
Salazon – Seminyak
Salazon at En Vie is a modern, yet chic 96- seat restaurant that features a private dining room, dry-aging showroom, walk-in wine cellar and Bali’s only kitchen counter dining experience, allowing you to dine alongside where the chefs are cooking. Using a custom-made 5.2 tonne Scotch oven, Chef Paul Lewis and his team bring a new exciting style of wood fire cuisine to Bali. Click here for RSVP.
Koloni – Canggu
This cozy cafe and restaurant offers a unique jungle feeling blended with a touch of old world charm. Perfect for lunch with friends, a mid afternoon coconut or coffee break. They also have nice space to work or a candlelit dinner. Koloni is definitely a wild colonial elegance in the heart of Canggu, Bali. Browse their Instagram here.
Aya Restaurant & Street Art Gallery – Seminyak
Good food and many Instagram-able spots which not many people know yet. Be the first to post this cool place on your feed! Kick off your AYA Street experience by mingling on the terrace. Located at the venue’s entrance, the terrace is a place to knock back signature cocktails and tuck into ceviches prepared by Chef Marco Cueva. Most of our guests will begin their Peruvian dining experience in this part of the venue. Make your booking now here.
Doncaster Eatery – Seminyak
Doncaster Eatery strives to offer “what cannot often be found in restaurants and what guests cannot cook at home.” Early risers can enjoy a plentiful brunch menu from healthy bowl to a sweet Indonesian dessert. Those enjoying lunch and dinner will have the pleasure of exploring well-rounded Melbournian and Indonesian food. Check out what to order at Doncaster Eatery here.