Ubud’s new culinary destination that serves Indonesian colorful culinary heritage in rich flavors. With Mandif Warokka as the mastermind behind all the dishes, just be prepared to experience some mouth-watering Indonesian cuisine!
With modern, bold and warm decoré and full ac dining room, this restaurant is quite an oasis for a hangout place in this area. The interior was like a gentlemen’s club with a dark color, brick walls, and leather couches. On one side of the wall, they decorated with a mural that adds an artsy touch to this restaurant.
The dishes vastly formed by the best take of dishes from several countries around the world; Asian, Western, to European goodness, each made with quality ingredients and effort to maintain its authenticity.
Unlike the above dining area that has street view, their below dining area was facing a lush bamboo tree which I find more relaxing, with several big windows that brings some breezy air inside the restaurant.
All the way from Australia, Mamak Restaurant brings the authentic taste of Malaysian hawker food to the heart of Seminyak.
Opening its door since 2016, Manisan Restaurant becomes one of the showcases of Indonesian food diversities in Ubud. Comfortably surrounded by rice fields and lush garden adjacent to Alaya Resort with a gorgeous big joglo as the main building, along with Ubud’s serene and breezy charm; Manisan Bali brings out the beauty of Indonesia in…
Bali Brasco previously well-known as a shopping hub which contains a variety of apparels and accessories with reasonable price (and selections of size), but they recently expanded their flexibility by adding Brasco Chinese Food Restaurant. Easily visible on the side of its main entrance, the quaint-yet-elegant indoor eatery aims to cater everyone; from family and gang of friends alike to enjoy the delicious Chinese and Western-induced meals.
Tucked conveniently on the side of Batu Belig Street, you can expect quality dine experience in Fatboy’s
The Burger Bar. Instead of mass-producing their burgers, Fatboy’s opt for a more noble method that
focused purely on serving fresh and novel grub.