Antique restaurant & bar
Is the nightly meeting place for people who enjoy its innovative south east asian fusion cuisine and offer a wide range of specialty coffee drinks and after dinner cocktails in stylish cool surroundings with artistic flair.
They also have a spa and gallery you can read about here
They have a nice website here – http://www.antiquebali.com/bar-rest.asp
Located near the exceptional luxury beach hotels and delightful budget resorts of Seminyak, Bali’s hottest new resort destination, Waroeng Bonita offers authentic home cooking from the islands, including exotic, piquant specialties from Bali, Java, Sumatra, and Sulawesi, and a full range of Western dishes, from light salads and snacks to a full Australian steak dinner.
Choose a romantic dinner in the breezy garden, amid a candlelit grove of fragrant frangipani trees; or try our Indonesian buffet lunch, which has attracted a loyal following among local residents. A colorful mix of Indonesian professionals and expat artists flock to Waroeng Bonita for the all-day special: a plate heaped with hearty Indonesian food, your choice, and a fresh juice.
Bonita’s extensive cocktail menu and wine list, and the Lazumba coffee line – molto italiano! – make Bonita a fine spot for a romantic nightcap.
While you’re in the area, why not check out their spa?
They have a nice website here – http://www.bonitabali.com
Have a comfortable seat inside the main restaurant area or outside on our street-side garden terrace to enjoy a tasty meal, dessert or a well-made drink. Our ever-smiling staff will take care of you, in order to help make your visit an unforgettable one. Make your choice of any of our Indonesian dishes to have a taste of the archipelago or go for our grill-specials and western cuisine which features some Belgian specials as well.
For a lighter option our salads and snacks will be the right thing for you. Desserts a go-go for all the sweet-tooths as well as ice-creams and crepes. Check also our “Monthly Special” out, a 4-course set-menu, designed to please your palate.
Gay owned and managed, with great Belgian and local food. Café des Artistes is proud to present a new art-exhibition every six weeks. Young local and expatriate artists are decorating the restaurant’s walls with their innovative art-works, paintings or photographs. All the works are unique and for sale, an original souvenir from Bali!
They have a pretty website here – http://www.cafedesartistesbali.com/
“Café Local” a fresh and modern looking café-restaurant with a strong diverse personality injected by its owners Pande and Gert, a personality apparent in the style, the music and the menu.
We welcome our customers with a quality drink or a selection of our world cuisine dishes. We offer wonderful ‘illy’ espresso, latte or cappuccinos, or a choice from our extensive menu, serving all day long from 9am till midnight – all at reasonable prices without comprising quality.
Our menu reflects the diversity of our experience and backgrounds of world travels: a Belgian joie the vivre and love for quality food and drink combined with Balinese hospitality, gentleness and a sense of balance in all things.
They have a nice website here – http://www.cafelocalbali.com
La Lucciola is perched right on the edge of the beach. An enormous open, thatch-roofed building, with dining on two levels. I always head for the upstairs section, as a nice breeze is almost inevitable. The large bamboo furniture seems to suit the place and the occasion.
Sarong-clad waiters are ready to assist. Service here is always simple and professional, attentive yet never pushy nor over-the-top. Menu knowledge is excellent, and most visits go off without any hiccups.
Excellent fruit juices and/or granitas make a pleasant beginning for many diners, particularly during the day. Very thirst-quenching and most enjoyable.
For lunch a variety of entrees, very mixed in origin and style, often suffice for a pleasant and relaxing meal. A pair of King Prawns with thin chips of Sweet Potato stuck all over them.
If there’s a see-and-be-seen spot among the Kuta crowd, it’s La Lucciola. Even breakfast draws the beautiful people, and why not, with its prime beachfront location on this deserted stretch of Legian? Morning eye-poppers include tasty ricotta hotcakes and smoked-salmon scrambled eggs on toasted focaccia. The dinner menu is equally enticing, with choice offerings such as lemongrass bok-choy risotto with sesame ginger, or oven-baked snapper with braised shallots and oregano. The seafood specials, calamari, and a unique prawn-and-snapper pie are tops, in addition to a complement of good pasta and traditional Italian fare. End with a bracing espresso and tiramisu.
They have a good write up here – http://www.baliaround.com/la-lucciola-restaurant-bali/
Our breakfast favorite includes the classics eggs benedict and eggs Florentine and many more.
Our salads selections are one of the best sellers at our restaurant ranging from avocado & smoked salmon salad to shrimp & green asparagus salad.
Meanwhile, our dinner menu covers not only the delicious Indonesian cuisine such as beef semur (Indonesian style of beef goulash), vegetarian martabak (filo filled with egg and onion) and various satay (satay ayam/chicken and sate lilit/Balinese traditional tuna satay), but also French country kitchen style cuisine such as coq au vin and bouillabaisse.
We are proud to say that our food is being prepared with our passion for food and yet with a reasonable price range.
They have a nice wordpress website here – http://letebu.wordpress.com