From Irish bars to Italian restaurants, the diverse dining scene in Seminyak says a lot about Bali’s appeal to visitors from all corners of the globe. It’s ideal for family dining and casual beach snacks at the end of a hard day’s surfing, while elsewhere on the island, particularly up in the highlands, Indonesian cuisine comes to the fore. In Bali, you’ll also find non-Muslim delicacies such as suckling pig, a popular dish for festivals and celebration meals.
Warung Samaja & Bar ticks all you need for your Breakfast – Lunch Dinner. Experience the Samaja Suburban Restaurant are established with only 28 seating capacity will leave you feeling satisfied. Located at Samaja Villas Kunti in Seminyak, this street-front venue with its open-concept kitchen is the perfect spot to hang out, work or simply relax.
Kubu Pesisi Garden at Seminyak, for instance, has some to consider. Our restaurant and bar is more than happy to indulge in your appetite with a few Balinese delicacies, both food and beverages. Supported by well experienced chef and rich local gastronomy, some cuisines such as twisted chicken satay, snail satay, raw condiment, clear soup with rice bag and satay, grilled shrimp with chili-shallot condiment, grilled fish and water spinach served with spice sauces can be presented before you.
Kasava Resto & Bar ticks all the right boxes for a casual dining experience that will leave you feeling satisfied. Located at Royal Samaja Villas in Seminyak, this street-front venue with its open-concept kitchen is the perfect spot to hang out, work or simply relax.
Open daily until late, Kasava Resto & Bar serves a flavoursome menu of mixed cuisine with a special emphasis on fresh and healthy local ingredients. We are talking about generous portions of mouth-watering food that represents real value for money.