updated July 2011

Christine’s Bali recommendations
Eating places in Bali:
If you have an experience that you would like to share, email info@cinnamonbali.com and we will add to the list

New opeNINg: The new SIp Sunset grill on Sunset (Bali) is a MUST. Fabulous food, great service, cosy ambiance and does not burn a hole in your pocket. put it on your list of restaurants to go to you won’t be disappointed. It also has on the display THe MoST expensive bottle of white wine – an 1811 Chateau de Yquem it only cost $117,000.00. aBSolUTe FavoUrITe reSTaUraNTS (all in Seminyak): • BEST MARGEURITA:
Red Carpet Champagne Bar, 42c Jl Laksmana. Looks a little hot (as in heat) for during the day, but before or after dinner, this is a fun place. In addition to the hugest champagne wine list ever seen, the cocktails are amazing. Won’t explain why, just go try. They are around AUD $10.00 each. Free yummy hors douvres come round through the night. Interesting mix of people.

Metis on Jl Raya Petitenget. Just opened in October 09, same owners as the old Kafe Warisan. Wonderful oppulent decor and worth going just for drinks as the drinks area overlooks the padi (rice) fields. Brilliant international food and it is possible to bring along a good bottle of wine for around $25 corkage if you managed to get it through customs. Five star all the way. Best to book as always popular.

• BEST RESTAURAnT foR food And plAcE To BE “SEEn”:
Sarong, Jl Petitenget No 19X, Korobokan 0361 737 809. Class all the way. Drop in for cocktails and tapas or dim sum or book a table for dinner. One of the newer restaurants in Bali and the decor is unique and eclectic. Chef is Will Meyrick, who started Blossom restaurant. Great food, Thai meets Indian meets Chinese. Amazing loos. Play “pick the celebrity”.

• BEST RESTAURAnT foR food And wInE vAlUE:
Chandi: Jl. Laksmana no 72, Seminyak, Bali, 8036, +62 361 731 060, info@chandibali.com Favourite food place at the moment and very good value for money wine prices (in Bali). Cocktails worth trying and bar open til 3am. Love, love, love this place. Very busy so book ahead.

Either Grocer & Grind or Ku De Ta (see reviews in the Seminyak section).

• BEST coffEE:
Cafe Mocha on Jl Raya Seminyak. Airconditioned or outside. Always full of expats and europeans.

La Sal. Jalan Drupadi, more Legian than Seminyak, just off Jl Dynapura. Bali’s top Spanish restaurant. Great tapas and paellas etc. We had a selection of tapas (about 6 for three people) and it was enough. They do some great BBQ meat dishes too. Didn’t get to try the paellas, but friends said other dishes on menu were better. Fantastic classy decor. Worth booking as is usually busy. It’s just down the road from the Sorisso restaurant.

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It is not only under Hong Kong management.• BEST plAcE To pEoplE wATch: Potato Head. Bali Bakery] in Kuta. but also with a Chinese chef. Ban Dar is a Chinese Seafood restaurant on Jln. Not tried yet. but others have recommended. It is immaculately clean and air-conditioned. and host of curries. Restaurants kUTA: Madés Warung in the street that runs off Kuta Square. but great reports. As you park your car in front the live seafood tanks line the wall. but good reviews. Ask the waiter for suggestions. Trendy. real foodies. On the road referred to as Jln. lots of plastic people. so authentic and brilliant flavours. Jln Warkudara. large grouper. The following Legian restaurant is a critique from Bali Eats newsletter (haven’t eaten here yet) Warung Murah is yet another street-side warung. Great pad thai. 2 . steamed or deep-fried. Sederhan. also in the Jalan Legian drag. Your fish can be braised. Mertanadi [opp. Cheap local food. Popular with locals. This food is amazing. tiny tiny difficult to get a table without queuing at night. legIaN: Warung Asia. Very new (opened in Dec 2011) with Jakarta owners. but has been recommended. spread over two levels and specialises in live seafood of every description. Yet to eat here. they are very knowledgeable about the food. Not eaten here yet. Laksa etc. Kompleks Sriwijaya. one for dining (food is good) or party the night away on one of the other floors. This is worth going to just for the people. Three floors. prawns and crabs. Believe the food is quite good and a great place to watch the sun go down and perv on the beautiful people poncing around the pool. eikon is a new late night place in the middle of Jalan Legian. A really good tapas menu and is open until the early hours of the morning. This is a “Bali Eats” recommendation. sit and watch the world go by. What separates this warung from all of the others is that it always seems to be full. pan-fried. Large air-conditioned restaurant serving Padang food. Basically Chinese food and rather cheap. lots of euro trash. link road to Jln Arjuna (double six road). Jl Petitenget No 9. between Jalan Legian and Jalan Pantai. very reasonable and is possible to bring your own wine with a small surcharge. Situated in a small block of shops in the one-way system that runs around the back of Peanuts. Bookings +62 361 889 3271. Prices very. even does home deliveries. on The Bypass at Kuta Grahe. Jln Patih Jelantik. it is only 100 metres before the beach. in Legian. Double Six. There is also a patisserie on the premises and they make all their own desserts and tasty treats. • BEST ThAI/BAlInESE food: Cafe Degan. Haven’t eaten there. Nosh type food. On the beachfront Jl Petitenget. Owned by Singaporians. Sky Bar. The Aussies love it! The palace at Kuta Galleria (above Tiara supermarket) has a dim sum 7 days a week and reports are usually positive. Thai restaurant. We saw creme anglaise being made from scratch and we tried one of the delicious crumbles for dessert. lobsters. speak good english and were spot in with their suggestions the night we visited. Bali Bungy and the football ground. abalone.

Try the Thai special dishes and can recommend the garlic prawns. All vegetables washed in filtered water. nice.Cool and worth trying the specials the lunch menu – steak salad with beetroot relish.Triana is new to Sanur. Totally airconditoned. Clay Oven. some Tex-Cal versions and other interesting creations. some original. By Pass Ngurah Rai Phone : + 62 361 287255 Full of expats and has an Aussie pub feel. You can BYO wine. Many Mexican connotations appear on the menu. trendy decor. They buy in seafood and meat fresh every day. good cheap food and can byo too at night. with extended late nights on the weekend. Cute little restaurant. Pergola. fresh prawn salad roll. ie “Clay Oven. It is cut from a leg of lamb that has been marinated overnight. We tried the steaks and they were very good. The following Sanur restaurants are a critique from Bali Eats newsletter (haven’t eaten at these places yet) Fire & Spice is a newcomer in the ever-changing food scene of Sanur. really good Indian food. relaxing restaurant. Has recently changed to a Japanese restaurant. Sit either inside in air-con comfort or out on the tree-covered terrace. Jalan Danau Tamblingan (the main shopping street in Sanur). presenting perfect Indian food from the Tandoors of a master chef. The steaks are seriously good and cheap. Wednesday night is quiz night. Not tried but excellent reviews. their Beef Rendang a specialty. Has seriously good Illy coffee and professionally trained baristas. Cemara 4. in the middle of the main road (Jl Tamblingan). Coriander. Jepung. 3 . Street Café. so don’t know the quality. Late at night play ‘spot the celebrity!’. Very large menu and why not try the “Rogan Ghost” (gotta love the Indo spelling). Try the lemongrass marguerita for something different. Located on Jln. on Jln Danau Toba. on the main street in Sanur. but am yet to try. Good Padang food at very cheap prices. Little India Jln. a masterpiece! Top of the range is definitely their Raan Bahar. Free internet. A tiny Indian restaurant and serving really. arena pub and restaurant: Open from 4pm to 1am Jl. Jl Danau Tamblingan 188 Sanur . Friends went back a second time from Seminyak to have the grilled fish and reckon the best they had ever eaten. just north of the Hyatt. BYO is possible. The Village. Enchilladas [chicken or seafood in Mexican spices. very casual. Lots of fun.SaNUr: Cinnamon. Also serves Tapas. very clean and tasty cheap food. on the beach at Sindu Beach. Ph: 62 361 285025. Benos Cafe. Danau Tamblingan. Danau Tamblingan it attempts to offer food with a bit of taste. even live jazz played under the trees. and is a spanish restaurant on the main drag of Jln Tamblingan. The Chicken Roll is a breast of chicken stuffed with minced chicken and prawns before being roasted in the tandoor. partly cooked in the tandoor.” La Pau It is open lunch and dinner. wrapped in a tortilla] and Quesadillas [chicken with tomato. Really good Italian food. onion and cheese with guacamole and Mexican rice] are standard fare. lemon herb squid. specialising in Tandoor with top Indian chef. before finishing off by being simmered in onion gravy. Casual. in Jln. great cheap local food and you can take your own wine. comes with a self serve salad bar.

Jalan Laksmana No 104X. Kudeta. you can have everything on the menu and it has excellent food and coffee. Laksmana. Jln Raya No. Carpaccio and Caprese. definitely the place to be seen at in Bali. Ultimo. Didn’t have a liquor license when we visited in June 2011. All the Aussie celebs go here. but recent sunset drinks were good. with caramelised onions and fresh strawberries. Lunch has a wide range of antipasti. almost next to Trattoria. about the best Balinese food I have tasted and recently moved to the new shopping centre next to C-151 Jln Laksmana. with a small boardwalk. good prices (as most restaurants in Bali) and really good food. Italian. Bookings +62 361 806 0729. Fresh Salads are good. trendy addition to the Bali scene. Queen’s Tandoor. Caesar [with chicken]. Bistro Batu kali is new No 55 Jln. so good things to come. Reasonable wines served by the glass and the tapas worth a try. Jalan Laksmana. Jl Laksmana. Greek food. Have always enjoyed the food. but still cheap by Aussie standards. Still cheap. An international menu. Popular with expats on Sundays (all day and early evening). Toilets are gorgeous. Also run a cooking school in the mornings. Sate Bali. and Moroccan Eggs [soft fried eggs on ciabatta with a spicy lamb sausage. hummus and chilli jam]. Not cheap by Bali standards (but definitely cheaper than restaurants of same quality in Aust).73. On Jln. Laksmana. Hugely popular with expats. Italian.SEMInYAk/kERoBokAn: This is where the best restaurants and little bars are. As of July 2011 this was having a major refit. The best breakfast in Bali for about $10. and a little pricey but classy. advisable to book as it’s always packed.00 per head for 1-2 courses plus a cocktail. Seriously good indian food. Trattoria. Cocktails are around $12 at the current exchange rate. Trendy. The restaurant is open to street. we just haven’t had time to try them all yet. and you get to eat all that you cook. Tel: (62-361) 732770/732771. Food varies from excellent to very average depending on the chef. heaps more than mentioned here. similar to kudeta. Brilliant breakfasts and include Ricotta Pancakes. very modern. La Lucciola. or they will buy some for you. Nicoise. Gado Gado. Very new. Steak Sandwiches and Beer-battered Fish & Chips. with the kitchen on display. Jl Diyana Pura. Also great to go for pre dinner drinks or morning or afternoon tea. Or you can have a Vegetable Stack with feta on rucola. Great cheap food. Mykonos. Kayu Jati. Tasty food and very reasonable. Great friendly staff too. similar prices and ambience. including Tasting Plates and old Aussie favourites such as Hamburgers [with beetroot of course]. also has an enclosed air conditioned section with lounges and box seats at the back. Osteria Telese another restaurant on Eat Street (which is what everyone calls Jln. but you an BYO. On Jalan Laksmana. similar again to La Lucciola. Has both open and aircond areas and the coffee is good. and freshly blended fruit juices. Grocer & Grind is a fairly new. and upmarket for Bali food. 4 . The owner/chef used to work at one of the top 5 star hotels in Bali. This is a winner. buzzing with atmosphere. Haven’t eaten here for a while. Been here forever. starts at about $50. and has an upstairs section that is airconditioned (cooling in the sticky hot season). Probably the best location in all of the tourist area around Seminyak/Legian/Kuta. Great value. It offers mid-priced Italian fare and is quite popular. in Kerobokan [the back road from behind La Lucciola past Loloan] It’s based on the Aussie gourmet deli serving coffee. in Seminyak. Has been around for a long lime and is also on the beach at Jalan Laksmana.00. It’s located almost opposite The Legian.

Concentrates on seafood. the place buzzes! Open from 7. nor staff. Really good food and a little “up market”. It’s basically a breaky come coffee shop where lots of tourists sit with their laptops and access the free internet access. such is its reputation for very cheap. Not cheap. coffees and teas. Jl Pura Telaga Waja. Authentic. Kolega is another local warung. and there is only one potential problem. as it now has a car park next door. Pine Nuts and Balsamico. Serve the biggest cappuccino. just point and hope! 5 . This was recommended by an expat who said the restaurant had huge energy and she has fun everytime she goes. When we visited in June. prawns and squid and costs Rp.25. Ph 0361 8475 784 for bookings. it doesn’t matter. there was a resident tarot reader called Lissa. Healthy breakfasts include Poached Apple with Organic Rice Puffs & Natural Yoghurt. It’s cheap and it has good tucker. Cherry Tomatoes. at the Jln. but she is so entertaining. Taman Sari Seminyak. Pay her double what she asks. Breakfast was also good. Laksmana and Drupadi in Kerobokan. pre booking for dinner is almost essential. The car park is not only bigger than the warung itself but it is always full from midday to late afternoon. Mannekepis on Jalan Raya Seminyak. Is possible to BYO. a Mixed Seafood consists of two different fish. He/she is absolutely delightful so have a reading after dinner. but chicken and red meat dishes also available. and Salads include one with Prosciutto. On the shady corner. Asian/Australian fusion. The Tuckshop is at The Corner of Jlns. so any explanation of the food presented is totally unavailable. nephews. JIt’s on Jln. Raya Petitenget. Their Savoury Muffins include a special of the day.This family business [cousins. resulting in different colours. genuine real italian food. but they do it right! The fish is recommended and from the local Canggu fishermen. Parking at front.00 and they offer a wide range of Paninis. Has great italian food at very reasonable prices. Sardine. Again brilliant decor and the owner is an interior designer. air-conditioned inside with a food bar and normal tables on the front terrace. and rows of eggs cooked with different spices. Spanish cuisine. Kerobokan. food. The Corner Store. Lots of freshly baked muffins and cookies. The fresh onion soup is enak sekali (seriously good). You can pre order the duck (24 hours notice). Do not worry though. Breeze on the beach at The Samaya is fantastic for sunset drinks with great nibbles. salads. just across the road from Metis. speak any English. Jl Laksmana 10A. The fish is grilled over charcoal. Dinner is also recommended for top quality. Fish. A little different though. Sorriso very stylish and great ambience. Ph: 0361 735 552. topped with Wheatgerm & Royal Jelly Honey [they also offer the not-so-healthy ones as well]. They also offer a wide variety of fresh juices. Lissa doesn’t speak a lot of English. This is a new restaurant where Blossom lived previously. Baguettes include one with Ham [hand cut from the bone as it should be] with Swiss Cheese and Rocket. Whilst only a warung. Baguettes. Bagels include stuffings of Turkey and Cranberry. and the others thought it tasted a little stewed though still very tasty. Fairly new a Belgian Jazz and Blues Bistro. tasty. Also Rendang Sapi and Ayam Kalasan [chicken stir fried in coconut milk and spices]. In typical fashion all are pre-cooked and on display in the glass cabinets. No reports as yet. neither management. Must be good then? Kolega is situated in Jln. Abimanyu [or Dyhana Pura if you prefer?] end. really fresh. Drupadi. this time serving Javanese cuisine. Warung Sobat is in Jln. meat and vegetable dishes abound. The Tapas are huge and they offer the usual pastas. Petitenget. so maybe no longer in existence. Boconcini. too! Maybe that is why this little hidden corner is always so busy both inside and on the tree covered terrace. quiches etc and price is cheap. which we did. Salad and Sandwich bars so you can make your own. Can bring a good bottle of wine for a corkage charge. Seminyak. half of our party raved about it. she is worth it. Will be back to try more of the dishes.00). eat inside or out.000 (around $4. some of the critiques are a little old. Also has a casual lounge area if you just want to pop in for cocktails. sons and daughters abound] is a tourist restaurant. classy food. Gourmet Café on Petitenget is a part of the Bali Catering Group. Great salads. Not open in evenings. Wraps. Kerobokan.Evo at Sentosa Villas & Spa. The following Seminyak restaurants are a critique from Bali Eats newsletter (haven’t eaten at these places yet). seafoods and meats. Batu Belig. Hombres is new on Jln Laksmana. but Bali Eats website raves about it.

Cannelloni. Tasty food. The fact that the owners often come and sit with you only enhances that feeling. Cucina Italiana Rustica is new on Batu Belig.00am. but you can ask for your own creative combinations. Eat poolside. At front an attractive small air-conditioned café. Agnolotti [beef]. a small stretch that houses much great value eating. Three competing establishments for this market now face-off against each other in a triangle of late night dining and entertainment. Lasagna. The pizza range is also extensive. sees a luxurious spread that encompasses water pools. Raya Petitenget. It is also a French Bistro of a standard not before seen in Bali. Biku is open for breakfast from 8. Tagliatelle. pork or chicken]. Ravioli [spinach and ricotta]. that has yummy cakes. as indeed is the food. Kerobokan. Tagliatelle and Gnocchi are all available. Mezzo on Jln. It’s a new Italian restaurant and only open for dinner but already busy! Entrees of Dill Pickles rolled in Parma ham and Funghi Ripieni. in Seminyak. many by the glass. Neno is a newcomer to Bali’s newest Eat Street. Merta Sari. Pride of place in this restaurant is an enormous pizza oven. Gnocchi. pies and puffs] are sensational. standards like Spaghetti. Laksmana in Kerobokan. just through the stone gates that herald its commencement. Raya Petitenget. Biku Tea House Restored on site was once an antique shop on Raya Petitenget. Plenty of high fibre healthy loaves. Also in the Bintang supermarket complex is a little cafe called delicioso. Ciao. This is a first for Bali! An incredible range of premium wines are available. Nothing hidden about this place. Kerobokan. Amongst the normal dishes is Stracceti con Verdure. breakfast lunch and dinner. 6 . A most stylish fit-out on the original site of The Living Room. bar and lounge areas as well as an outdoor dining area. Kerobokan. It has now been transformed into one of the most relaxing environments for sipping your preferred cup of tea. The Capricciosa is with mushrooms. Tables surround the small swimming pool and a maze of flowering trees. the Viennese with beef sausage and basil. noshing on Aussie style meat pies or enjoying any of the other light or full meals on offer. sweets and biscuits. Cappelletti [beef. Jln. ham and black olives. Asian/Western mix and a Wednesday live jazz night. clean restaurant. inexpensive Japanese. Lasagna and Penne plus Maltagliati. a very hot corner! Guns drawn at dusk! Dahana is Bali’s hidden Japanese restaurant! It is inside what was a private home. The wine list is reasonably priced. A wide variety of pasta is available. wood-fired of course. Jl Raya Seminyak (where the old Spaghetti Jazz used to be. vivalavi restaurant is hidden behind the walls of the small Vivalavi Villas & Spa in Jln. Indo food cheap prices. behind a white wall on a corner. prosciutto and goats cheese whet the appetite. Pastas and Pizzas are the main attraction here. Sunset. a large car park faces the full-sized restaurant. International food and relaxing atmosphere. but is very different. breads. Kerobokan. all done with a range of sauces and ingredients. sliced beef sautéed with vegetables and Olive Ripiene. pan fried stuffed olives. Food with taste! Pastries [breads.Day Dream is the latest hip night club/restaurant in Bali. Sip Wine Bar. It still feels as if you are dining in someone’s home. There is just a simple brass plate at the entrance with no other promotional signs. in the middle section an open bar and lounge area. a large wood fired oven is centre stage. midway along Jln. about 5-10 min walk from Bintang supermarket going towards Legian). in Kerobokan.Raya Petitenget in Kerobokan. Waroeng Kaget at the Bintang Supermarket carpark. It is right at the beginning of this road. and outback a stylish garden area surrounded by small protected dining/drinking cabanas. mushrooms stuffed with a mix of vegetables. Jln.The food is simple. checking your emails. nibbling Aussie Scones. away from the noise and pollution of the front street. Ravioli.

Several taxis are on a commission with the restaurants. Then take a refreshing break with a Kiwi Sorbet Vodka. a curry of Dry Spicy Beef & Onion or a SHI Pizza layered with roast pumpkin. but the overall experience is worth trying. On the 1st Saturday of every month they host a special ‘Slow Cooked Food’ dinner. sprinkled with pistachio and Limoncello. Haven’t been here yet. Kerobokan.000. 7 .[tax and service included] which equates to around AUD $50. This is a sample menu: Upon arrival you enjoy a Flute of “Jepun” rose sparkling wine followed by Broccoli Cream Soup served with a shrimp/broccoli ravioli. think lounge suites covered in deep burgundy chintz. (owner) De tells that Divine Wonderland was designed to resemble an Old English lady’s house. The [Slow cooked belly of pork with Malang apple & sultana chutney and wilted spinach] is deservedly one of the most popular items. chaise lounges. In homage to the owner’s Australian roots there is also a perfect [Pavlova] served with warm berries. Jimbaran Bay There are heaps of restaurants right on the beach and most will cook to order (you choose fish or lobster from the live tank). Jl Laksmana (in the middle of eat street). Harry Juku is the latest in-place on Raya Petitenget. The patio is filled with pretty.00 depending on the exchange rate. Sliced strawberries. divine wonderland – Bali’s new restaurant bar with a unique interior and cool music in the heart of busy Seminyak. Lemon Ice cream. Bali Deli are some places you can purchase reasonable wine). cooking slowly then eating slowly. a spicy Risotto with turmeric. a Bento Box for Two [Californian Rolls with seafood and vegetable tempura pieces]. and the kind of knickknacks that grannies love to pop on their mantle pieces. while the excellent [Ravioli with Goats cheese]. patterned wall paper. golden brocade drapes. with watercress salad on cucumber dressing and pickled ginger and Filetto ai Funghi Porcini Australian tenderloin beef from our charcoal grill [pictured below]. Buy a bottle or two of wine from your local wine shop (Bintang Supermarket. but here is a review. Fettuccine al Lemone e Menta. clean and modern with airconditioning in the inside sections. white wrought iron furniture. features pesto made from local basil that is slightly lighter than the Italian version and has a faint lemony perfume and taste. Like a few others in this strip there is a definite Australian influence from both the owner and the chef. are just some of the Mod OZ creations on this menu. grab the wine glasses from you hotel or villa and ask your taxi to take you to their “best place”. Also serves good quality expresso coffee.The piano in the corner is just begging for a sing along. with tagliatelle. All for Rp. Phone +62 361730759. Provides organic vegetables. pili pili is a small warung (stall type restaurant) on Jln Merthandi (near Sunset Road and the jail) is very clean and serves authentic Javanese and Balinese food. 350.lestari grill & pasta is a café/restaurant at the rear of the Umalas Stables in Kerobokan. Most of the ones we visited were rather overpriced. served on a creamy porcini mushroom sauce. dark. and Orange Zest Salmon served with a splash of orange liquer. using eco-friendly ingredients. the crackling is particularly special. Opened in March this year. the entrance leads into a cluttered parlor. New. yummy salads. goats cheese and rocket on a base of garlic and olive oil. with western influence. healthy style food. Mains are Saffron Marinated Dory Filet wrapped in nori. Cafe Jemme on Jl Raya Petitenget. Finish with a Strawberry Carpaccio. At Lestari they believe in the slow cooked food tradition. and the concept has been perfectly conceived. Chilli Salt & Pepper Squid. fish and green peas. in a garden setting by the swimming pool. ornate teak coffee tables. pine nuts. The [Herb crusted barramundi] is equally delightful.

Just magic view. It’s famous for its roasted chicken dish.. Jl Setiabudi Blok B1. Papa’s. clean and cool. Popular with Italians and other european visitors. It’s for time share holidays and it’s a total set up. excellent! Plengkung: Jalan Raya Kuta. Has a large grog section. Seriously good european coffee and food. Carforres: (not sure if this is correct spelling) On the Sunset Road. Great little coffee shop at the ground floor end. You can sit enjoying a really good coffee or cold drink and watch the waves splash onto the shore. open bale style restaurant. Where to go for coffee in Bali: Bali Bakery. although all the taxis know it. Tuban. on the beach near Hard Rock Hotel. Still worth eating at. Trendy. Like a massive KMart. if you are staying in a villa. Fixed price. Very popular with trendy Euros. Kuta. 8 . about 5 mins walk from Bintang Supermarket on other side of road. great food and cocktails and was very good value. Bluefin. Japanese Fusion and Lounge. Kartika Plaza. local dishes and sambals. Brand new. overlooking the beach. Very busy. Watch out for the boys selling “free gifts” outside in the street. in airconditioning inside or in the garden in a bale. Choice of Lavazza or Illy. Tuban. Any kind of coffee you want. Brilliant view of the ocean. This is on the beach end of the Discovery Plaza Mall. made by real Italian espresso machine that is serviced and maintained properly. The Corner. However latest visit in June 08 found the food prices had doubled. Coffee Room Bali is hidden down a small arcade [Square 9] off Jln. The old Bali Colada.Tuban Batan Waru – Tuban: Jln. just near the Sanur bypass. Barocco in Seminyak. the restaurant is vibrant. Try the Indonesian and Bali dishes (don’t bother with the international menu). Jln Kartika Plaza. Situated directly in front of the Bali Garden Hotel. Bali Deli Jln Kunti. Tuban: Walking distance from Matahari. Jln Raya. Cafe Moka: On the main road in Seminyak. Seminyak. Haven’t eaten here yet. discovery centre in kartika plaza. New and uses a hand pump expresso machine. opened in November 04. and it’s huge. Shopping places in Bali: dEpARTMEnT SToRES: Matahari The shop is in Kuta Square. Raya Seminyak @ #504. Fully airconditioned and real designer shops. (currently refurbishing and don’t know the name of the new coffee shop). Kuta Poleng Mall. but the reviews are excellent. Jl Pantai Kuta. Whilst it is a smart clean coffee shop its main claim to fame is as the selling point for a new and complete range of German breads. Don’t talk to them. this is a really cheap.

A real delight and very well merchandised and it’s huge – there is even a cafe! They have packing down to a tee and if you want to purchase a complete dinner set they will pack and box so you can check it in. Jenggala –Jalan Uluwatu. Seminyak. tops. Seminyak. all the taxis know it. rather girly stuff. with adjoining water wall and fish pond. Very trendy. email anika@anikatailor. Jl. masseurs are male. All have a “heart” theme. plus a good bottle shop. all the taxis know it. Unless you request. You are given a mini ipod to listen to a great compilation of world music while you receive your treatment!! Cost: 60 minutes Rp 90. but for all ages and body sizes. Actually the last two visits found the clothes a little same old same old. Worth while booking as they are always busy. 9 .com Can recommend this tailor. Jimabaran. First you are taken to the foot washing area and then the door slides open and you join 10 others in a dimly lit room each receiving their treatments.. Chill – Jalan Kunti. clean. Quality is superb and a great selection. Needs a boost of energy. some Aussie wines are a bit expensive for the quality. There is also a newly opened wine shop next door to Bintang right on Jl Raya. lovely showers and preparation areas. and very professional. and it’s huge. Trendy. Like a massive KMart. Heaps and heaps of new clothes shops with some fantastic designer items. Now talk about a showroom. Clothes stay on as the focus is on the feet. Beautiful zen decor. Each massage done in individual rooms. Two big warehouses. gIFTS eTC Perlu – Jalan Laksmana 44a. on the main road (Jalan Raya Kerobokan near Kafe Warasun Carforres: (supermarket) On the Sunset Road. You can buy anything here and good wine prices. and the quality and finish is top class. Jimbaran. well made and great value. Suggest you stick to European. scarves and jewellery. Tailor Anika Tailor. Owned by an Australian woman with a small but great selection of interesting giftware. Ph: 0361 736 740. Massage/spa treatments: Jari Menari (means dancing fingers): Best massages I have ever had (and they say “Bali’s best message” on their business card). legs and shoulders. Jl Raya Basangkasa. Can purchase good quality. Seminyak. Seminyak. Prasada – just off Jalan Legian on Jalan Kunti. Seminyak. vases etc. Kuta. Cocoon Home – Jalan Uluwatu. Prices are in USD however compared to what you would pay in Australia it is very cheap. Totally relaxing atmosphere. Gang Melati No 7. Dewi Sartika. ph 62 361 754580. Seminyak (just of the main road). A superb assortment of printed silk caftans. Discount surf gear/clothes –On Sunset Road. If you are into reflexology then this is the spot. Lovely Pinot Noir styles. Resort wear. I understand they supply most of the resorts in Bali and beyond.00. Bookings necessary. Bintang Supermarket: On the main road in Seminyak. Jalan laksmana – just stroll along this road. To purchase food and wine: Bali Deli Jalan Kunti. tableware. Best wine Shop: Seminyak. Friends have had suits and leather jackets made. very modern. Great western food. which on today’s rate is around $11. Cost around $20 on current exchange rate.this place is huge! Perfect if you are looking for china. Worth a little bartering.000. Joy Jewellery – rather cute silver jewellery on Jalan Oberoi. If you are looking for good silver jewellery this is the place. Good value French and European wines. well priced wine here.Classy designer clothes: Biasa in Jalan Raya in Seminyak.

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