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The Creative Culinary City
World Chocolate Day
Infused with an Island Twist
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Dine & Leisure
34 Food of The Gods Pod Chocolate
16 A Taste of Indonesia Warung Enak
The Main Affair
20 Cacao Pod
38 The Chocolate Session The Chocolate Café
Photo by: Heri Obrink Location: Pod Chocolate Factory & Café
26 The Chillout Zone Komune
44 Bandung The Creative Culinary City
48 Robert Chalaczkiewicz Owner & Chef de Pastry Victor Taborda Executive Chef Tapeo
30 Graceful Heritage Warisan
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50 Harry Budihardjo Explorer & Pastry Chef at Teatro Gastroteque
52 Chocolate Lava Cake With Rafi Papazian
54 The Highest Bar in Bali Jim’bar’N
58 Gelato Heaven Gelato Secrets
Photo Spread Spa Food
62 Choco Delight
64 Journey Into The Chocolate Realms
66 Food Talk 67 Map & Directory 76 Pick Up Point
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Hello and welcome to Let’s eat! your culinary guidelines. When we realised that World Chocolate Day fell in September it seemed like a perfect theme for this month’s issue, because, let’s face it, who doesn’t love chocolate? We certainly had a lot of fun putting this together, with visits to Pod Chocolate Factory and Cafe (p34) set in the beautiful hills of Bali where our team learned the art of chocolate-making, and sampled some savoury dishes, such as nasi goreng, and pasta, both enhanced with chocolate. We also spent a very sweet afternoon indulging in a huge range of chocolate inspired dishes - including an excellent fondue at The Chocolate Cafe in Jimbaran (p38). This month’s Musings section looks at the history of chocolate and the growth of the industry here in Indonesia, and we also explore the therapeutic benefits of chocolate when applied to the skin in our spa food story. In other reviews we visit Warung Enak (p16) for a culinary tour around Indonesia, sip cocktails high on the hill of Hendra Oktaviano Editor-in-Chief Jimbaran at the newly opened the Jim’bar’N, (p54) and get the lowdown on food trends in Bandung,Java (p44.) We also take a drive out to Komune Resort (p26) set on the glorious, palm tree-fringed beach of Keramas and have a chilled out afternoon watching the waves roll on to the pristine sand. Inside you will also find interviews with industry insiders, and make sure to check out our insert Let’s eat! Culture which provides a fascinating glimpse into culinary life in Bali. Finally we would like to thank everybody who participated in our latest Facebook Snap and Win contest, we received some great dessert photos. Stay tune for our next competition, coming soon. Enjoy! and of course, as always, Bon Apetit
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Alison is a travel writer and self confessed food-lover. She has spent many years traveling the globe, immersing herself in foreign cultures and sampling local cuisine, applying her motto ‘Everything should be tried at least once.’ Her heart has now been captured by Bali where she is happily indulging her favourite things; writing, traveling and discovering new restaurants
Menur describes herself as a part-time food lover and a fulltime food friend. She enjoyed her exposure to many different restaurants during her year teaching Indonesian Language and Culture in Washington DC. Now back in Indonesia she has discovered that her pleasure in trying new food has deepened and she hopes to one day open her own restaurant.
Eve is the newest member to join the Let’s Eat team and says her family’s motto has always been “live to eat,” rather than ‘eat to live.” Aside from eating she also loves to write, travel, design and cook (although, admittedly that also involves eating.)
Dewi admits to falling in love with writing and photography. Her wandering feet have taken her travelling all around the archipelago before finally settling in Bali where she set to work capturing the authenticity of the island in words and images.
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Ma Joly Restaurant & Lounge is the perfect setting for the magnificent talent of Lisa Soul. Showcasing her vibrant voice which always leaves a strong impression on the audience, Lisa Soul sings the blues every Sunday at sunset. So, say farewell to the weekend in style as you sip a cocktail and enjoy a sultry dusk on the beachfront in Tuban. Ma Joly I Jl. Wana Segara Tuban P +62 361 753 780
See Bali from Jim’bar’N
Although just opened in July, Jim’bar’N, as the recent addition to Bali’s rooftop frenzy, has already gathered quite a following. Perhaps because of its amazing height on the rooftop of the Harris Hotel at the top of Jimbaran Hill, or perhaps because of its friendly service and interesting selection of dishes and drinks. One thing is for sure, Jim’bar’N is the new ‘it’ spot on the hill. Harris Hotel Bukit Jimbaran Jl. Raya Uluwatu 2000 X Ungasan P +62 361 846 8777
Sunday Kind of blues
The Best of Indonesia
Grand Istana Rama Hotel certainly knows how to celebrate Eid Mubarak with style. The four star hotel held a successful festive dinner with one of the longest lines of BBQ satay and assorted Indonesian delicacies. No wonder the crowd of local and visitors alike are flocking there to get a taste of the best of Indonesia’s cuisine. Grand Istana Rama Hotel I Jl. Pantai Kuta P +62 361 752 208
The English Chef
Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa has a new Executive Chef. Ian Sherlock, who will be overseeing five restaurants, including in-room dining and banquet, is now leading the hotel’s talented culinary team. His 28 years experience in luxury hotels and restaurants from England to Carribean undoubtedly will take the establishment on an exciting culinary adventure. Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa I P +62 361 771 210
Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel has been known over the years as a receiver of multitudes of awards, so the Holiday Check Quality Selection 2013 Award comes as no surprise. The award is given to hotels which managed to offer their guests top quality accommodation and service and
A French Window
Combining traditional bistro dishes with a sophisticated creative twist, Jendela House offers the Ubudian an elegant French dining experience. The vintage chic open air restaurant knows how to turn heads with its colonial details and casual ambience. The sautéed frog legs and orange sauce duck leg confit confirm its status as authentically French. Jendela House I Jl. Sri Wedari Ubud P +62 361 714 1318
received top reviews in their category from guests. Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel
Jl. Kartika Plaza Kuta I P +62 361 751 067
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Gili’s Own Eid
Gili Trawangan might sounds like an odd place to celebrate the soulful Eid Mubarak, but Hotel Vila Ombak managed to pull it off. A call of prayer or Takbir Akbar marked the night, when visitors were treated with a festival of food and a gala dinner of authentic Indonesian cuisine. Dzikir Zaman, a unique performance of shalawat, accapella and dance was performed to the crowd’s delight. Hotel Vila Ombak Gili Trawangan Island Lombok P +62 370 614 2336
The latest culinary destination in Jimbaran is now serving tapas, cocktails and desserts. Cuca, orchestrated by Chef Kevin Cherkas, who developed his skills in the three Michelin starred restaurants El Bulli, Arzak in Spain and Daniel in New York, is drawing the crowd. His scrumptious and affordable creations can be enjoyed at Cuca’s interactive food-bar, relaxed dining-room or chilled-out garden lounge. Cuca Restaurant I Jl. Yoga Perkanthi Jimbaran P +62 361 708 066
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Shangri-La Hotel Jakarta has appointed Jürgen Dörr as the new General Manager of the luxurious five-star hotel in Jakarta. With 20 years of hospitality experience, including the general manager position of Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort and Spa in Cebu and many other Shangri-La properties in Asia, Mr. Dörr will assuredly keep the high Shangri-La standard in check. He will be leading 1,000 staff members in the 32 storey property.
Shangri-La Hotel Jakarta I Jl. Jendral Sudirman P +62 21 570 7440
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AT aste of Indonesia
Warung Enak is a chic colonial - style warung in Ubud designed by Made Wijaya, a well-known writer and artist as a token of dedication towards Balinese and Indonesian culture, including its food.
From appetiser to dessert, each menu highlights the tastes of Indonesia from east to west, north to south. Rijsttafel is the best option if this is your first Indonesian cuisine experience as you can sample many different small portions of Indonesian food. Our first round is the appetiser, Rijsttafel with fresh Asinan Jakarta from Batavia – the old colonial name for Jakarta; famous fish cake or Empek Empek Palembang from South Sumatra, Tum Ayam,chicken terrine a la Bali, and Central Javanese bamboo spring roll known as Lumpia Semarang. Soto Betawi is fragrant Batavian beef soup served hot with potatoes, vegetables, and coconut milk to create a hearty taste.
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The second round is an array of mains, served and kept warm in flower-shaped clay pot containers with burning tea light candles below. There is Ayam Madu Khatulistiwa from Kalimantan; Sate Kambing, marinated grilled cumin chicken; Central Javanese-style lamb brochette with sweet soya sauce, Pengek Sapi, Sumatran beef stew with sweet basil leaves that looks and tastes like rendang but is less sweet. Manadonese Woku Blanga Cakal Putra is poached trevally fish in lemongrass broth, Udang Bakar is grilled king prawns, and the vegetables are Plecing Kangkung or spicy water spinach, Balinese Sayur Urab and Batavian Semur Tahu, are served with Yellow and White Rice in a bakul. Throughout, monkey statues, including the one at the entrance in a pink bikini create a humourous ambience, enhanced by collages taken from magazine pages, old Balinese pictures, a vertical garden, and colourful Javanese chandeliers. Regular cooking classes at Warung Enak offers hands-on Indonesian cooking experience and are held on the spacious second floor with a view of Pengosekan. But we’re not finished yet. The last round – dessert – has more tasty treats, like Gelato and Sorbet, Fresh Fruit, Dadar Gulung (coconut crepes), Bolu Tape, fermented cassava soft cake sticky and Bubur Injin, sticky black rice. From the rather futuristic bar corner on the first floor, a strong Frozen Strawberry Margarita is served in a giant glass. Warung Enak is the place to go in Ubud if you are looking to sample Indonesian flavours from around the island. If Rijsttafel is too big, choose from the a la carte menu and focus on one or two specific dishes. At the end of the day, if someone asks you how your food is at Warung Enak, you can answer, “enak” which is highly appropriate as this means delicious in Indonesian. Menur
Warung Enak I Jl. Raya Pengosekan, Ubud
I P +62 361 972 911
100 I Open 11am-12am I Ubud Map F-3
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Cacao pods are the fruit of the cacao tree, inside these cacao pods are beans. Cacao beans taste rather bitter on their own, however, after being dried and fermented form the basis of chocolate. Today chocolate is made in many different shapes and sizes and is one of the most desired flavours in the world!
The average American consumes more than 10 pounds of chocolate every year.
Cocoa beans were used as a currency in Pre-Colombian Mesoamerica.
Aztec Emperor Montezuma drank over five litres of hot chocolate infused with chilli peppers every day. The average chocolate bar contains more vitamin B2, calcium, and protein than a banana or orange.
Dark chocolate increases blood flow to the brain as well as to the heart, so it can help improve cognitive function.
The smell of cacao beans trigger relaxation, as it increases theta brain waves.
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World Chocolate Day
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Cultivated for over three millennia, ancient civilisations such as the Mayans and Aztecs believed that the cacao bean had divine properties, and used them in their most sacred rituals. Cocoa was also believed to have aphrodisiac attributes; it has been said that Casanova was perhaps addicted to this invigorating substance and used it before his romantic escapades. Montezuma, Emperor of the Aztecs, is believed to have consumed large amounts of the cocoa bean for his sexual forays. Over time, cacao became more popular and developed into its earliest forms as chocolate. More and more countries soon started to challenge Spain’s monopoly on cacao; the English brought it from India, the Portuguese brought it from Brazil, and the Dutch brought it from Indonesia. Today, chocolate has become a multibillion dollar industry and a vast number of products have been created as we see chocolate being used in different ways. Nuts are added for flavour and a crunchy texture, white chocolate is sweeter and refined, ganache is used harmoniously to honour our cakes and dessert, while chocolate coating can turn almost anything into a treat. In Bali, chocolate is a small but growing industry. The Bamboo Chocolate Factory is south east Asia’s first bean to bar chocolate factory. The brain child of Big Tree Farms who work with organic cocoa farmers across the island, this magnificent structure rises from the tropical forests of Mambal. Nearby, in the hills of Petang, chocolatier Toby Garritt runs the Pod Chocolate Factory and Cafe. Supplying fine chocolate to resorts around the island, Garrit also offers chocolate-making classes and tours of cocoa farms.
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Another exciting new entry on the local chocolate scene with a unique quality is Primo, the brand of well known Italian architect and longtime Bali resident Giuseppe Verdacchi who is bringing back the Italian tradition of raw cold processed chocolate, which preserves the complexity of the cocoa aroma and taste. In another region of Indonesia, a Belgian man named Thierry, bemused by the lack of quality in the world’s third largest producer of cacao, took matters into his own hands when he started producing his own high-grade chocolate using traditional and progressive Belgian
methods. Today his chocolate company, Monggo, is one of the biggest producers of chocolate in Indonesia, with a staff force of over 100 and offices around the country. So whether you are snacking on our faithful to-go Snickers bar, spreading your childhood favorite Nutella on your bread, buying fine Belgian or Swiss chocolate, or nibbling a piece of Toby Garritt’s own smooth dark chocolate bar, take a moment to pay tribute to pioneers in the chocolate-making industry. And in honour of world chocolate day, eat lots and lots of chocolate!
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Escape the summer crowds of Seminyak and head east to Komune Resort and Beach Club where palm trees and black sand meet the fabled surf break of Keramas. Hammocks, shady day beds and poolside deck chairs provide ample lounging opportunities, while friendly staff serve up surprisingly tasty food, some of which is plucked straight from the resort’s organic gardens.
Our timing is terrible! If only we had visited a week earlier we would have caught sight of the world’s surf elite, like Kelly Slater and Joel Parkinson, who had gathered at Komune for the Oakley Pro Surf Comp. The staff are still buzzing about it when we visit – a friendly and upbeat bunch who obviously relish the opportunity to work in such a cool venue. Built with surfers (and those who love the ocean) in mind, the laid back style of Komune is epitomised by its Beach Club – a round and futuristic-style pavilion that looks a little like a UFO plonked right on the sand. A skylight sends beams of sunrays cascading over the central island bar built of smooth river stone. As for the view – well, it doesn’t get much better – this is pure, tropical Bali, where lush jungle creeps down to a sparkling sea. The menu, designed by Balinese Chef Agus Aster Wirawan, a surfer himself, who has travelled the world, reflects the setting, with Indonesian and international dishes typified by generous portions and an emphasis on fresh organic local produce. For Agus cooking is
a true passion, and he tells me that he has been teaching the kitchen staff to “Cook from the heart.” One of the first things I noticed when we walked through the resort grounds were the lush organic vegetable gardens, with passionfruit and tomatoes ripening on the vine, bushes brimming with colourful chillis, and heavily laden banana and papaya trees. A source of great pride for the chef, the garden provides daily specials (such as today’s Eggplant Curry), while fresh picked vegetables turn up in many of the dishes, like the Komune Roast Vegetable Salad. Brimming with colour and vitality, this is everything you could want in a salad, including fresh springy greens, roasted pumpkin, eggplant and zucchini. The Tangy Tuna is a generous and juicy tuna steak blanketed with a thick coat of black and white sesame seeds, lightly pan seared, then served with long beans from the garden, baby potatoes, and an excellent ginger wasabi mayo, which is flavourful but not excessively hot.
Komune Roast Vegetable Salad
From the Grazing menu you can opt for a whopping big plate of Macho Nachos covered in spicy beef and bean sauce, Spicy Chicken Quesadillas or homemade Corn Chips and Salsa with tangy jalapenos, salsa made fresh with tomatoes from the garden, guacamole and sour cream. Indonesian dishes are justifiably popular and include Nasi Goreng Komune style cooked with Balinese spices and topped with tasty chicken skewers, while Big Barrel Burgers get all the trimmings (including grainfed beef.) Mojitos are a specialty, but it’s a little early in the day for us to be hitting the cocktails, so we choose mocktails instead. The Green Monkey is particularly good, blending pineapple and fresh mint with a splash of lime and orange. In honour of this month’s chocolate theme we round things off with a Chocolate Milkshake and a bowl of Chocolate Ice cream sprinkled with cashew nuts. It has been a fabulous afternoon with simple but tasty food, fabulous staff and a chilled out, pretention free vibe, and we happily give Komune a great big thumbs up! Alison
Komune Resort & Beach Club I Pantai Keramas I P +62 361 301 8888
100 I Open 7am - 11pm
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Back in the days, when Seminyak was still a village of green fields and meandering cows, the Warisan rose from the rice paddies to become one of island’s first fine dining restaurants.
Twenty two years after opening its doors, the Warisan remains a graceful and elegant respite with more than a touch of colonial whimsy. The sumptuous space combines bar, restaurant and gallery filled with stunning antiques and works of art, with a charming courtyard for candle lit dinners amidst the dangling lanterns and golden frangipani. Over the years it has gone though many incarnations, adapting to the changing times, while never losing its feel good factor. While Warisan has always provided a memorable place for a meal, it’s stylish bar and lounge area also make it a great setting for a quiet drink. Cocktail Martini Hour from 5- 8pm accompanies dramatic sunsets over the rice fields, with signature Martinis only RP 50,000. We happily indulge in the newly introduced Ron Zacapa 23 menu. Made with virgin sugar cane honey, then aged in barrels high on the volcanos of Guatemala, this wonderfully smooth rum is the ultimate luxury tipple. My Dark Rum Mojito is really quite perfect. Served short, in a round glass brimming with lime and mint, the rich and velvety Zacapa 23 adds a lush depth, enhanced by a faintly discernable drop of Crème de Cacao for subtle sweetness.
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Tomato Prawn Casserole
As of August, Warisan is also offering beautifully presented tapas with a variety of influences. Grissini with Parma are served satay style – with crispy home baked grissini wrapped in a blanket of salty Parma ham; while crunchy Asparagus Tempura is served on textured mashed potato. In an interesting take on tuna tataki, the Blackened Tuna sees glistening pink tuna coated in black pepper (rather than sesame seeds,) to create a piquant flavour, enhanced with eggplant caviar made with bell peppers and a dash of chilli. The Smoked Salmon Rose is a delicate floral arrangement of the silkiest red salmon served on blinis, while Tomato Prawn Casserole are juicy prawns cooked in a rich and fiery tomato sauce. Mediterranean Meze is comprised of a trilogy of Fattoush (a Lebanese salad of tomato and fresh peppers,) Middle Eastern-style humus,
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and tasty tabouleh. Promotions such as a bottle of wine and choice of four tapas make a great way to start your evening. For those looking for something more substantial, the 6-course degustation menu is optionally paired with wines, and very reasonably priced, while the a la carte menu features old time favourites like Crispy Duck Confit and Drunken Lobster Ravioli. The Heritage menu honours Indonesian dishes – crafted by Executive Chef Asep Mildani, while the Diet menu also has some lovely choices such as Pan Seared Quail in Lemon Zest. As I am not on a diet, I round off my selection of tapas with a sublime Chocolate Soufflé, which is warm, fluffy and beautifully paired with a zesty orange compote and smooth yoghurt ice cream. Alison
I P +62 361 731 175
120 I Open 11am till late I Seminyak Map B-4
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Food of the Gods
Set within the beautiful grounds of the Bali Elephant Camp on the forested slopes of Petang, Pod Chocolate Factory and Cafe offers cocoa farm tours, chocolate infused lunches and chocolate classes. Known as the food of the gods, and famed for inducing euphoria, pure cocoa is packed with the compound, Anandamide – also called the ‘love chemical,’ as it creates feelings similar to falling in love. Here at Pod the feel-good factor of chocolate is intensified, as creator, Toby Garritt, works with local farmers to ensure fair trade practices and organic farming techniques that result in high quality, sustainable cocoa. Donning caps and aprons we are ready to dip into the world of chocolate. It all starts with a cocoa pod – a big yellow fruit with an
incredibly sweet, slippery pale lemon flesh that tastes nothing at all like chocolate. The beans are fermented with the fruit, then sorted, sundried and roasted. The rich and bitter flavoured cocoa nibs that remain will
If you are thinking Charlie and the Chocolate factory, think again. Our class is more like spending an afternoon at a friend’s place – a friend who happens to make gorgeous chocolate in a kitchen with beautiful views over the valley and the occasional elephant walking past. Garritt’s passion for chocolate is tangible, and he tells me that he is fascinated by the “Transformation of something subtle into something so bold and intense.” The kitchen fills with the heady aromas of chocolate, and a red wine, rosemary and garlic reduction that Toby is whipping up for a ganache. Staff wrap freshly made bars in shiny gold
then be blended for hours to smooth the consistency and bring out the flavours. Sugar is added (just a little for the darkest chocolate, more for the milk chocolate,) and finally the chocolate is tempered, an artful crystalisation process that gives it gloss and snap.
paper, while we fill piping bags with dark, glistening chocolate that we squeeze into molds, then decorate with dried apricots, cranberries, coconut, coffee beans and coloured sprinkles. While our chocolate sets we head out to the terrace for lunch.
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spices, to create layers of taste that slowly reveal themselves” says Toby as he leads us over to the shop – filled with a beguiling array of chocolate bars and fresh pralines – for some taste testing. The experience is similar to wine tasting and equally as intoxicating as we inhale the aroma of each chocolate, then take a bite, let it melt in our mouths My creamy Ice Chocolate is about as close to perfection as it gets, with an abundance of fresh cream and grated chocolate on top. Chocolate also enhances some well thought out savoury dishes. Gado Gado comes with a rich peanut sauce with hints of chocolate, and our Nasi Goreng is cooked with chicken, vegetables and cocoa nibs that impart an earthy, nutty flavour. The Spaghetti Marinara with seafood, tomato sauce and a drizzle of chocolate is my favourite. It sounds (and looks) kind of odd, but actually the taste is really good, the bitter dark chocolate adding a wonderful depth that brings the flavour into a whole new dimension. “I love to infuse chocolate with essential oils and and enjoy the subtle release of flavours. The white chocolate is milky and sweet but not overbearingly so; the milk chocolate has hints of citrus fruit and caramel; while the dark chocolate is divinely smooth with a lingering aftertaste. We finish off with some pralines, including Strawberrerry Rose Ganache, Salted Caramel Ganache and Chilli Ganache, although it’s the jars of crunchy gold-coated nuggets and the 1kg blocks of insanely good Peppermint chocolate that really capture my heart (and my taste buds.) Sadly all good things must come to an end, and clutching bags crammed full with the pretty chocolates we have made we slowly head down the hill and back to the real world. Alison
Pod Chocolate Factory and Cafe I Bali Elephant Camp, Carangsari, Petang
I P +62 361 837 0888
(Tours +62 361 239 440)
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From glistening chocolate fondue, to dainty truffles, chocktails and hot chocolate floating with marshmallows, the Chocolate Café at Jimbaran Corner has something to tick all your chocolate boxes.
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Being a food writer can be really tough, especially when you have to visit places to eat lots of chocolate! Ok, so I am being totally ironic here, because actually I LOVE chocolate, and feel like the proverbial kid in candy store as we descend on the Chocolate Café at Jimbaran Corner. Soft leather sofas, dark timber panelling, baskets of Danish pastries and glistening glass cabinets filled with sweet delicacies combine to create a continental ambience. Sinking into a sofa I kick start the occasion with a rich and fluffy Black Mocha Coffee Frappe bursting with coffee and chocolate flavour, and topped with lashings of fresh cream. Suitably fuelled I am ready to get into some serious desserts. There is a crusty Chocolate Tart beautifully decorated with a butterfly painted in strawberry and mango coulis, and an unbelievably fluffy Chocolate Mousse smothered in glistening chocolate and topped with a white chocolate fan. A round of pastries follows, including a flaky Chocolatine, and then a sweet trilogy of dainty Lemon Meringue Tart, Mango Bavarois and Flourless Chocolate Cake delightfully layered with cranberries.
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I chat with Chef Mustika the pastry chef while sipping a White Heat – a mix of white and dark chocolate served hot with fresh cream and crunchy caramelised hazelnuts. He is well travelled and tells me that during his stint at the Somerset resort in the Caribbean he had an entire menu of chocolate. “Since I was a child, chocolate was my passion,” he admits.
“I always wanted to work with chocolate.” Nothing screams 70’s dinner party like fondue, and the arrival of a Dark Belgian Chocolate Fondue is definitely a highlight of my indulgent chocolate session. Shiny melted chocolate with all kinds of tasty things for dipping – what is there not to love? Slices of banana and pineapple, juicy strawberries, marshmallows and cubes of chocolate fudge cake all get dipped and smothered – there is even vanilla ice cream for a dose of extra gluttony. Chocolate aside, there is also a good range of international savoury food on the menu, including a tasty Tagliatelle with Red Snapper tossed with argula, feta and sundried tomatos, Chicken Vol au Vent, and Smoked Salmon Rolls, while Sunday brunch makes a popular occasion. Back to chocolate, I feel myself slowing down, but it would be rude to leave with out trying at least one chocktail. When it comes to pairings there are few things as divinely inspired as chocolate and mint – add some liqueur into the mix and the results are heavenly, so the Chocolate Grasshopper strikes the perfect note to conclude my afternoon of pure chocolate indulgence. Alison
Lemon Meringue Tart, Mango Bavarois & Flourless Chocolate Cake
Smoked Salmon Rolls
The Chocolate Café I Jimbaran Corner, Jl. Raya Uluwatu 2 I P +62 361 703 342
50 I Open 7am - 11pm I Jimbaran Map C-4
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THE CREATIVE CULINARY CITY
Bandung, a hidden jewel encircled by the scenic Parahyangan hills has been nicknamed Paris van Java. With the inauguration of a direct toll road between Bandung and Jakarta in 2005, the city has finally becomes more accessible to the capital’s modern influences. Even so, Bandung remains proud of its unique heritage and innovations in the culinary arts. Now, the tale of these two cities has reshaped Bandung into a city filled with exciting gastronomic options!
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The influx of tourists and foreign influences has become a part of Bandung’s daily life. This progress fuelled many who decided to enter the everevolving world of culinary businesses. As a result, all-round contemporary restaurants are emmerging, while many also stick with traditional cuisine specialties. Somewhere in-between, Bandung also sees the emmergence of cafes and pubs to cater people’s fondness in hanging out and socialising. Chinook for example, utilises itself for community gatherings. Not only is it suitable to enjoy some time over a couple of drinks, Chinook also
accommodates local aspiring bands to perform their gigs there. From the traditional side, Lotek Herry Thea now enjoys its stature as one of the prominent hawkers that sells Lotek (mixed vegetables with peanut sauce) frequented by hungry fans who are willing to wait the long queue. As we all know, lotek (spicy fruits salad), and kupat tahu (rice cake, tofu, and bean sprouts with peanut sauce) are among the top-selling staple dishes in Bandung. On the other hand, West Sumatran migrant Bang Themmy challenges the hegemony of Minang restaurants from his humble warung. While selecting grilled fish as the speciality dish may sound pedestrian to some, he instead combines it with an unusual yet supremely delicious Padang-style sauce. Additionally he serves other West Sumatran signature dishes such as Gulai Itiak Lado Mudo (spicy duck with green chillies sauce), Ayam Pop (Bukittinggi-style of fried chicken with sambal) and the unique Pucuak Ubi Tigo Jam (cassava leaves, coconut milk and other ingredients steamed up to three hours.)
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Sop Buntut Bakar - Chinook
Lotek - Herry Thea
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Stecchini Carlos & Entrecote - Road Cafe
or the Western counterpart, Road Cafe de Fame serves affordable, self-styled steak that ignited Bandung’s steakhouse fever with its inception around fifteen years ago. Now, in an era where wagyu
Brownies, and new flavours of Martabak from the legendary San Francisco. But most surprisingly, the crossbreed version of street snacks such as serabi (rice flour pancake) or cireng (fried tapioca) combined with Western elements from cheese to beef ham, have become popular as well. Although widely open to invasions from other cultures, Bandung adapts and yet still flourishes. Even now the city caters daily direct flights from Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. So what will become of Bandung in the future? It is indeed something to look forward to. Rian
becomes a must-have menu for steakhouses, Road Cafe clings on faithfully with its traditional approach and will always be remembered as one of the creative agents that drives culinary innovations in Bandung. Snacks novelties become even more interesting with the appearance of the piquant Cassava Chips from Ma’ Icih, Amanda’s Steamed
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Owner & Chef de Pastry
“I’ve always loved Bali and came here from time to time when I was working in Australia for 15 years,” explains Chef Chalaczkiewicz who is Polish by origin. Cooking and especially working with pastry, has always been his passion. Casa d’Angelo’s was born on February 2013 from that passion to bake good quality breads. “We don’t use ready-to-mix, preservatives or artificial ingredients in our bread. We use what is available locally and even work with the local farmer to grow what we specifically need, like rhubarb, for instance,” says the Chef, pointing into an array of tempting pies and breads.
Casa d’Angelo’s Bakery & Coffee Jalan Gunung Salak Utara No. 35 B P +62 361 8531 400
Executive Chef Tapeo Gastrobar
Argentinian by birth, Chef Taborda spent most of his adult life in Spain and was raised to love food. His family owns a restaurant and cooking came to him naturally. “I decided to join a cooking school, but it was my internship with Ferran Adria and Martin Berasategui, that cemented me into becoming a chef,” says Taborda, who loves the pace of life in Bali. After working in the luxurious Villa Padierna in Marbella as the executive chef, he came to work at Tapeo with a mission to introduce authentic Spanish cuisine to Bali.
Tapeo GastroBar Beachwalk 2nd Floor Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 8465 645
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Sitting down with Casa d’Angelo owner and chef, Robert Chalaczkiewicz, among his heavenly baked breads and desserts was an enticing experience. Following that sweet meeting, a rendezvouz with Chef Victor Taborda in his kitchen at Tapeo Gastrobar at sunset proved to be a great end to the nice day.
Q: What is your favourite dish or cuisine?
CHEF ROBERT: Bread. Which is similar to rice for the Indonesians. I can’t say I’m full until after I have eaten some bread. CHEF VICTOR: A bowl of fresh salad always makes me happy.
Q: What do you like doing when you are not in the kitchen?
CHEF ROBERT: Playing tennis and watching movies. CHEF VICTOR: Going around Bali and trying new food.
Q: Do you find Bali to be an interesting place, culinary wise?
CHEF ROBERT: It is a culinary paradise. At the moment, you can almost find anything here. CHEF VICTOR: It is very exciting. Although I would like to see more Balinese cuisine being better presented and taken up to another level.
Q: What is the most important thing in the kitchen?
CHEF ROBERT: The oven. CHEF VICTOR: Salt and olive oil.
Q: Do you have certain food that you like to cook Q: How did your culture/origin affecting your way of
at home? cooking?
CHEF ROBERT: Thai curry. CHEF VICTOR: I don’t cook at home. I like to eat out. CHEF ROBERT: Polish cooking is time consuming and the Polish people don’t believe in short cuts. I use this philosophy every time I cook, even with making bread. Some bread takes 24 hours to be prepared and baked. CHEF VICTOR: Red meat and seafood are an important part of living in the Mediterranean. I love to mix the food I’m presenting with the best ingredients from the sea and the mountains, all together on the same plate.
Q: How you define a good chocolate?
CHEF ROBERT: Dark chocolate with liquor inside. CHEF VICTOR: Kinder Schokolade gets me everytime.
Q: Can you give us a glimpse into your future
CHEF ROBERT: To keep expanding and creating. I would love to introduce Polish cuisine to Bali. CHEF VICTOR: I would like to grow the Tapeo brand and expand it with the team. For the first step,
w branch in I’ve been busy preparing the next Tapeo
Q: Last question, please describe your favourite kind of
CHEF ROBERT: Baked Ricotta cheese cake, it’s simple and always a nice way to end a meal. CHEF VICTOR: I like my dessert to have different textures. I believe dessert is the most important part of a meal. It is small, but it is the last part of the experience. It will be the impression people take home with them. Text by Eve
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Explorer & Pastry Chef at Teatro Gastroteque
has an extraordinary culinary tradition, but then a bunch of people are throwing a mix of art and contemporary touch into it. 246Common is taking the street food to another level by turning a bunch of trucks, camping tents and convertibles into artisan beverage outlet and food stalls. It was a hit! All kind of people from all sorts “I was a food courier on a moped in London who got promoted to a kitchen helper and found out that cooking is my passion,” says Budihardjo, reminiscing on his time chopping vegetables six years ago. He has cooked his way up and everywhere since then, stubbornly nurturing his passion in some of the best restaurants from Nobu in London to Four Seasons in California. Born in Surabaya, Budihardjo has a unique Dutch, Cantonese, of backgrounds are stopping by and eager to experience whatever we have to offer,” says Budihardjo. He would like to explore the possibility of setting up a similar project here in Indonesia, considering the rich culinary heritage it has, which will be something to look forward to from this young Chef. Meanwhile, he says “Keep eating and drinking, try to eat good food and go around in your local market. You will be surprise on the things that you will discover there.”
In between his busy schedule and travel itinerary, we sit down to chat with the young and energetic pastry chef who shares with us tidbits of his history with cooking.
and Javanese upbringing, which constantly inspires his way of cooking. “A good past creates a strong potential future. I don’t set my goals but I’m doing my best by making friends, exchanging ideas and expanding my knowledge,” he says. Clearly, he has been putting those words into practice. Besides being the pastry chef at Seminyak’s popular Teatro Gastroteque, he just came back from Tokyo after finishing a pop-up food project called 246Common.
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Being the talk of the town as having the best croissants in Bali, Monsieur Spoon is a modest yet classy place to get your morning pastries. With the recently opened Patisserie and Boulangerie at Batu Bolong, Canggu, you can now explore their other specialties like bread, cookies, cakes, macaroons and tarts. Rafi Papazian, the creator of Monsieur Spoon is generous enough to share his recipe for chocolate lava cake.
Size: 6 to 8 servings
Ingredients: 170 grams dark chocolate (minimum 55% cacao) cut roughly in small pieces. 150 grams butter cut roughly in small pieces. Chopped ginger or ground pepper. 3 eggs 120 grams sugar 55 grams flour A pinch of salt Method: Put the cut chocolate and butter in a small bowl then melt in the microwave (approximately one minute) or over a low heat in a double boiler. Be careful not to exceed 55 degrees Celsius as you do not wish to burn the chocolate. Optional: Add chopped ginger or ground pepper into the mixture once melted. In a larger bowl, whisk the eggs with the sugar until dissolved. Quickly add chocolate/butter mixture and stir gently with the whisk. Add the flour and a pinch of salt and then stir again. Set aside - you can freeze the mixture for up to two weeks before baking, so your chocolate lava cake can always be served fresh Baking : Prepare 6 large or 8 small ramequins Pour the mixture into each ramequin with approximate height of 4 cm Bake at 190 degrees Celsius for 15 minutes Serve with vanilla ice cream or vanilla cream How to know when your cake is ready? While baking, the surroundings of the cake will bake first, then the centre will follow. The cake is baked when the centre part starts to rise and loses its shines, (before it reaches the same level as the outer layer.) The idea is to see the chocolate lava flowing out of the cake as you cut it.
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The Highest Bar in Bali
The ocean is bejeweled by the reflection of the sun; luxurious sun chairs cover the front of the deck, while the forgiving breeze and the overhanging white sails keep the venue shady and cool. The Let’s eat! team arrive at Jim’bar’N rooftop bar to a grand view and a warm welcome from its friendly staff. I can think of only one word to describe such a place: breathtaking.
Sitting 300 meters above sea level and overlooking the entire southern coast of Bali, Jim’bar’N is the highest cocktail bar/restaurant on the island – and if you think you know a place that can top that, Jim’bar’N also has an extensive drink menu. Crushed ice, club soda, fresh mint, white rum, and brown sugar are muddled to create one of the best Mojitos you’ll come across – and a classic www.letseatmag.com
one to boot. The signature cocktail, Jim’bar’N, is most refreshing and fitting for the setting; rum, soda, and orange juice compliment each other like good friends, a lime sweetening agent gives it a smooth smack, while an infusion of Grenadine gives the beverage a more pronounced and refined taste.
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Chocolate Mousse, Chocolate Gelatin Toulle
To top it off the cocktail is appropriately garnished with a slice of orange. If this sounds appealing to you but you don’t drink alcohol you are still in luck; the Jim’bar’N’s sister beverage, Beat the Heat contains the same harmonious ingredients and boasts the same tropical taste – minus the alcohol. For the wine lovers, Jim’bar’N has a selection of white, red, rose, and sparkling wine. If you are hungry, the kitchen offers a variety of seafood canapés, such as Poached Egg and Salmon with cheesy béchamel sauce, or the delicious Tuna Bamboo Skewer with green tomato sambal. We were even impressed when the chef delivered on the Japanese front with a fantastic Sushi and Sashimi Platter with fish straight from the Jimbaran
Fish Market. While the kitchen particularly embraces finger food and seafood, it also serves main courses from various Western and Asian kitchens. If this wasn’t enough, we were invited to try some samples from the dessert menu courtesy of the pastry chef himself. I try the Chocolate Mousse with a cherry basis tartlet while my colleague tries the Chocolate Gelatin Toulle with caramelised nuts. We each brag that our deserts are better and eventually agree to disagree. We are both right I am sure. What a delight. The venue can seat 150 people and can hold a greater capacity for functions. And a note for the recently engaged: Jim’bar’N has a wedding chapel.
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Jim’bar’N I Jl. Raya Uluwatu 2000 X, Ungasan Kuta I P +62 361 846 8777 150 I Jimbaran Map E-4 Open Daily from 3pm until 1am, 10am Saturdays and Sundays for brunch
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There is no better day to enjoy a scoop of gelato than the day I decided to visit Gelato Secrets in Sanur. Sweltering would be an understatement to describe a day like this, and the pink and brown shop in front of Hardy’s supermarket provides relief and a gleeful escape.
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A long display cabinet is full with colourful gelato and sorbet with a plethora of tastes. Vanilla Gelato for the one who likes to keep it classic or Mango Sorbet for the adoring crowd of Japanese tourists, and many other choices besides. After spending an indecisive five minutes in front of the cabinet, a graceful lady approaches me and kindly offers her assistance. “We have a new line of products called Gelato Cakes. It’s the latest gelato trend in Italy which we try to introduce here,” says Maria Lentini, who is the owner of Gelato Secrets. I finally settle on two small pleasures: Lollypop Baccio, a creation of hazelnut gelato topped with dark chocolate & roasted hazelnut and a Mango Cupcake, mango and vanilla gelato cupped with white chocolate. Apart from the gorgeous appearance, those cakes taste heavenly.
I suppose that’s what happens when you mix gelato and cakes, all in one bite. “Gelato should be eaten quickly. It is different from other ice cream because it contains less sugar and less fat, therefore it’s a healthy, guiltless pleasure,” explains Maria kindly. With a range of dessert and gelato on the go, no wonder Gelato Secrets is busy all day long. “We love gelato. My husband, Carlo, takes the original recipe from Sicily. We use no eggs except in certain flavours. The secret of Gelato Secrets is that we are using natural products. We use no artificial preservatives and there is always something new in store since we use the ingredients in season.” Carrying home a package of Green Tea Gelato, I bid Maria farewell with a definite possibility of coming back quite soon. Eve
Gelato Secrets I Jl. Danau Tamblingan Sanur (Hardy’s Supermarket) I P +62 361 898 9630
8 I Open 10am - 10.30pm I Sanur Map D-4
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Photographer : Rudi Wijaya - Producer: Denny Hendra Purnama - Graphic Design: Denny Febianto - www.pictureonawall.net
“What you see before you, my friend, is the result of a lifetime of chocolate” - Katharine Hepburn
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Journey into the chocolate realms
Legend has it that the first cacao beans came from paradise and lent wisdom and power to the person that ate them. The smooth exotic taste of chocolate has been known to induce euphoria, but it’s many benefits can be enjoyed in ways other than eating.
sea salt, and then I float away on a fragrant journey with a wonderfully soothing massage laced with the intoxicating aroma of chocolate scented massage oil. Next an exfoliating chocolate and rice scrub to slough away dead skin cells and then a coating of glistening dark chocolate. While my skin absorbs the benefits of the chocolate, my mind and spirit soar. After, I float in a flower-filled ‘hot chocolate’ bath in the courtyard bathroom, looking up at a tropical sky framed by palm trees gently waving in the breeze. And there is still more to come, a chocolate facial, in fact – including scrub and velvety mask that leaves my face glowing. Chocolate ice cream completes the journey. Alison www.kayumanis.com When applied directly to the body the high anti oxidant properties of cacao help fight the effects of aging, and detoxify the skin from harmful impurities. Cacao also contains glycerides which provide moisturising lipids and fats that help plump and firm the skin and combat cellulite. So if you think that I am suggesting you should go smother yourself in chocolate – you would be exactly right. Or better yet, let someone else do it for you and sign up for the signature ‘Chocolate Indulgence’ treatment at Kayumanis Resort and Spa, Jimbaran. Friendly staff welcome me into the spa pavilion, set amidst lush, tranquil gardens, where I am served a sweet and refreshing infusion of cinnamon and ginger. My feet are delicately scrubbed with peppermint
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Eating Out = Makan di Luar
The rule of the thumb is that Indonesian is pronounced as it is written. a ē/e i o u as in ‘part’ as in ‘get’ or ‘may’ as in ‘doing’ as in ‘dog’ as in ‘nut’ c g ua ny as in ‘chair’ as in ‘goal’ as in ‘wa’ as in ‘canyon’
pahit susu kacang putih mentah bubuk I have an allergy to... I like Balinese food Is it spicy? Table for two, please Can I see the menu? I’d like... Saya mau... menambah membeli memakan mahal murah satu kilo dua buah tiga botol satu lusin yang itu yang ini Saya alergi.... Saya suka masakan Bali Apakah rasanya pedas? Ada meja untuk dua orang? Bisa saya lihat menunya? This is... spicy too bitter too big hot delicious Ini... pedas terlalu pahit terlalu besar panas énak Do you have a non-smoking area? Ada tempat bēbas asap rokok?
spinach bayam chilli cabai star anise spring onion mung beans coconut milk pekak daun bawang kacang hijau santan banana pisang
to add to buy to eat expensive cheap one kilogram two pieces three bottles a dozen that one this one
sesame wijen cassava singkong lemongrass serai
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AL DENTE, Stadium cafe Complex Kuta Sidewalk Jalan Kartika Plaza P +62 361 488 838 BELLA ROSA, TamaN AYUN & TENKAI @ PADMA RESORT BALI Jalan Padma No. 1 Legian. PO Box 1107 TBB P +62 361 752 111 BENE & FEAST @ sHERATON BALI KUTA RESORT Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 846 5555 Bluefin Complex Kuta Sidewalk Jalan Kartika Plaza P +62 361 764 100 www.rama-restaurantsbali.com bubba gump shrimp co Jalan Kartika Plaza 8X P +62 361 754 028 Cafe Asia Jl. Raya Legian No. 463 Kuta P +62 361 755 921 Cafe Italia n warung desa Lippo Plaza Sunset Jl. Raya Sunset Road P +62 361 768 646 www. caffeitaliawarungdesa. com CaSA D’angelo Jl. Kartika Plaza No. 90x P +62 361 754 016 eDEN HOTEL KUTA BALI Jl. Katika Plaza 42 Kuta P +62 361 300 2121 www.myedenhotels.com envy @ BARUNA BALI Jalan Wana Segara 33, Tuban P +62 361 755 577 www.envy-bali.com FLAPJAKS Complex Kuta Sidewalk Jalan Kartika Plaza P +62 361 765 100 www.rama-restaurants-bali. com gabah @ Ramayana Resort & Spa Jl. Bakung Sari P +62 361 751 864 www.rama-restaurants-bali. com Golden Lotus, H2o & GRACIE KELLY’S IRISH PUB @ Bali Dynasty Resort Jl. Dewi Sartika, Tuban P +62 361 752 403 Hard Rock Café Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 755 661 www.hardrock.com Ketumbar Jl. Melasti Legian Kelod P +62 361 754 452 la cucina italiana & THE POND @ Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel Jl. Kartika Plaza, P +62 361 751 067 www.discoverykartikaplaza.com MAgnolia cafe @ aston grand kuta hotel & residence Jalan Raya Legian P +62 361 761 151 www.bali-mamas.com MAjoly restaurant & Lounge Jl. Wana Segara, Tuban P +62 361 753 780 www.ma-joly.com NEro Jalan Legian 384 P +62 361 750 756 www.nerobali.com oak @ swissbell Jl. Sunset Rd 101 P +62 361 846 5680 Paradisus @ Eden hotel Jl. Kartika Plaza 42 P +62 361 300 2121 www.myedenhotels.com pavone Jalan Padma Utara no. 4 P +62 361 756 030 pORTABELLA BISTRO @ FONTANA HOTEL Jl. Dewi Sri No. 68 P +62 361 894 7100 rooftop dine & music lounge @ the 1O1 legian Jl. Raya Legian No. 117 P +62 361 300 1101 ROSSO VIVO Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 751 961 SEAFOOD HOUSE Complex Kuta Sidewalk Jalan Kartika Plaza P +62 361 763 900 www.rama-restaurantsbali.com Take Japanese restaurant Jl. Patih Jelantik, Legian P +62 361 759 745 TaPEO GASTRO BAR 2nd floor C, beachwalk Jl. Pantai Kuta P +62 362 846 5645 The GAROUPA Jl. Raya Kuta ABC, Br. Abian Base P +62 361 764 925 Ext. 15 www.thegaroupa.com The beach lounge @ Pro surf school Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 751 200 VH VElvet @ beachwalk rooftop, 3rd floor Jl. Pantai Kuta Badung P +62 361 846 4988 VIaipi restaurant & lounge Legian Street 88 P +62 361 752 355 www.viaipibali.com DROP Jl. Petitenget 88 X P +62 81 236 786 659 earth cafe Jl. Kayu Aya 99, Oberoi P +62 361 736 645 eaT WELL Jl. Raya Basangkasa 36 P +62 361 737 745 fire, WOo Bar, starfish bloo @ w retreat & spa bali Jalan Petitenget P +62 361 473 8106 flapjaks KIOSK Jalan Laksamana Oberoi www.rama-restaurants-bali. com flapjaks seminyak Jl. Petitenget No. 88X P +62 361 847 5471 flying fish @ o-ce-n bali Jalan Arjuna 88X P +62 361 737 400 www.outrigger.com Ginger moon Jl. Oberoi/Laksmana 7 P +62 361 734 533 Kitchen the club Jl. Lesmana Seminyak P +62 361 734 504 mama san Jalan Raya Kerobokan 135, Banjar Taman P +62 361 730 436 Métis Jl. Petitenget 6 Kerobokan Kelod P +62 361 737 888 www.metisbali.com MOTEL MEXICOLA Jl. Kayu Jati 9, Petitenget P +62 361 736 688 Mykonos Jalan Kayu Aya 52, Oberoi P +62 361 733 253 obsession Jl. Dhyana Pura paSSARGAD Jl. Camplung Tanduk 5 P +62 361 738 857 patio @ plataran bali resort and spa Jl Pengubugan Banjar Silayukti Kerobokan P +62 361 411 388 pETITENGET Jalan Petitenget #40 P +62 361 473 3054 Rustica cucina italiana Jl. Batubelig 1 Kerobokan P +62 361 4737 812 Rumours Jalan Kayu Aya 100 Oberoi P +62 361 738 720 SAMBal shrimp Jl. Kayu Aya 6 Slippery stone Seminyak, Batu Belig TEATRO GASTROTEQUE Jalan Kayu Aya Block C No 1-2 P +62 361 87 000 78 The Breezes Resort & SPA BALI Jl. Camplung Tanduk No. 66 P +62 361 730 573 THE DECK Jl. Petitenget, Seminyak P +62 361 8487 200 Warisan RESTAURANT Jl. Raya Kerobokan 38 Seminyak P +62 361 731 175 www.warisanrestaurant. com Warung taulan Banjar Semer Kerobokan P +62 361 738 229 ZANZIBAR Jl. Arjuna - Pantai Double Six, Seminyak P +62 361 733 527 BUTTER Cake & Coffee SHOP Jl. Pantai Berawa 44 P +62 81 936 216 983 Café CANGGU Jalan Pantai Berawa P +62 361 219 2255 Café MOKA Jalan Raya Anyar P +62 361 844 8933 CaNTEEN CAFÉ Jl. Batubolong No. 34 P +62 878 6228 1755 green ginger Jl. Pantai Berawa 46 (500m north from Canggu Club) P +62 361 844 6640 gUSTO GELATO & CAFFE Jl. Umalas 2 Kerobokan P +62 81338072041 The Little Green Café Jl Bidadari No 1. P +62 361 275 2125 merica @ pan pacific nirwana bali resort Jl. Raya Tanah Lot PO Box 158, Tabanan 82171 P +62 361 815 901 www.panpacific.com/bali MONSIEUR SPOON Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong P +62 361 846 9112 OAZIA SPAVODKA BAR & KITCHEN Jalan Sahadewa Br Anyar P +62 361 800 8887 sticky fingers Echo Beach P +62 361 809 0903 The Coffee shop @ Warung canggu Jl. Pantai Berawa P +62 361 843 1988 waTERCRESS Jalan 21a Batu Belig P +62 361 780 8030
amazing bali cafe Double Six Beach Seminyak P +62 361 783 7374 Bale bali Jalan Kunti 488 P +62 361 732 731 bian yue Banjar Umalas Kauh II 106/Tunon, Kerobokan P +62 361 473 5405 BIKU Jalan Petitenget 888 P +62 361 857 0888 www.bikubali.com BISTRO BATU KALI Jl. Laksamana 55 P +62 361 806 0729 Café DEGAN Jalan Petitenget 9 P +62 361 744 8622 Café MARZANO Jalan Arjuna/Double Six P +62 361 874 4438 Café MOKA Jalan Raya Seminyak P +62 361 731 424 Chez gado gado Jalan Camplung Tanduk (Dhyana Pura) 99 P +62 361 736 966 COSMIC DINER Jalan Sunset Road Sunset Star Blok C DAHANA RESTAURANT & GALLERY Jalan Petitenget No.98X P +62 361 4730131 DEJAVU KITCHEN Jalan Double 6 Blue Ocean Beach No.7X P +62 361 732 777
betelnut café Jalan Batu Bolong P +62 821 4680 7233 bUNGALOW Jalan Pantai Berawa P +62 361 844 6567
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basilico & Lada, peppers latino grill & bar @ sanur beach bali Jalan Danau Tamblingan P +62 361 288 011 www.sanurbeach. aerowisata.com CafE BATUJIMBAR Jl. Danau Tamblingan 75A P +62 361 287 374 www.cafebatujimbar.com Charming Jl. Danau Tamblingan 97 P +62 361 288 029 cinnamon Jl. Danau Tamblingan 80 P +62 361 288 457 Gelato secrets Jl. Danau Tamblingan www.gelatosecrets.com MINAMI On The Beach Segara Village Hotel P +62 81286134471 la taverna RESTAURANT & ISOLA BISTRO Jl. Danau Tamblingan 29 P +62 361 288 497 lotus Jl. Danau Tamblingan 30 P +62 361 289 398 manik organik Jl. Danau Tamblingan 85 P +62 361 855 3380 Massimo Jl. Danau Tamblingan 228 P +62 361 288 942 www.massimobali.com PIZZA RIA, Telaga naga @ BALI HYATT Jl. Danau Tamblingan 89 P +62 361 281 234 SANUR HARUM @ SANUR PARADISE HOTEL & SUITES Jalan Hang Tuah 46 P +62 361 281 781 www.sanurparadise.com sector barrestaurant lounge & evenT house Balibeach Golf Course Jalan Hangtuah No. 58 P +62 361 287 733 serenity spanish bar & restaurant Jl. By Pass Ngr. Rai 27A P +62 361 284 381 THE Village @ GRIYA SANTRIAN Jl. Danau Tamblingan 47 P +62 361 285 025 www.santrian.com
three monkeys sanur Jalan Danau Tamblingan (opposite Laghawa Hotel) P +62 361 286 002 Warung kayu api Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai No. 95 100m south of Sanur police station P +62 361 285 984
bridges BALI Jalan Raya Campuhan P +62 361 970 095 Café des artistes Jalan Bisma 9X P +62 361 972 706 Casa Luna Jalan Raya Ubud P +62 361 977 409 www.casalunabali.com elephant safari park and lodge Jalan Elephant Park taro/Tegalalang P +62 361 721 480 elephant VIEW RESTAURANT @ Bali zoo Jl. Raya Singapadu, Sukawati P +62 361 294 357 fiveLEMENTS Puri Ahimsa Banjar Adat Baturning Mambal, Abiansemal, Badung Ph +62 361 469 206 GAYA GELATO Jl. Raya Sayan P +62 361 979 252 Gelato secrets Jalan Monkey Forest P +62 361 977 899 Glove & STOVE Jl. Raya Sanggingan P +62 361 362 8795
P +62 361 975 139 ibah restaurant @ Ibah Luxury Villas Campuhan P +62 361 974 466 JANGGAR ULAM Jl. Raya Goa Gajah, Br. Teges Kanginan Peliatan P +62 361 972 092 Kayun Restaurant & Lounge Jl. Raya Mas 47 P +62 361 973 091 komune resort & beach club Pantai Keramas P +62 361 301 8888 little K Jl. Hanoman Pengosekan (behind Siam Sally) P +62 361 971 236 Mozaic Jalan Raya Sanggingan P +62 361 975 768 www.mozaic-bali.com murni’s warung Campuhan Bridge P +62 361 975 233 www.murnis.com padi @ furama xclusive villas & spa Banjar Bindu, Mambal, 8 Jalan Melati P +62 361 898 8688 SKAJI-TARI-US Behind field - corner Monkey Forest Road & Dewi Sita Street, P +62 81357181122 Rondji’s @ the blanco renaissance museum Campuan Ubud P +62 361 975 502 siam sally Jl. Hanoman,Pengosekan P +62 361 980 777 www.baligoodfood.com
tsavo lion @ balisafari & marine park Jl. By Pass Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra Km. 19,8 P +62 361 975 656 www. balisafarimarinepark.com TUT MAK Jalan Dewi Sita P +62 361 297 5754 UMA BY COMO Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Kedewatan P +62 361 972 448 WAPA DI UME Jl. Sueta, Br Bentuyung Ubud P +62 361 973 178 waroeng bernadette the home of rendang Jalan Raya Mas Br. Teges Yangloni P +62 361 971 852 warung enak Pengosekan Road P +62 361 972 911 white box Jl. Raya Andong 22-24, P +62 361 979 059 F +62 361 979 062 www.whiteboxbali.com
DI MARE @ KARMA kandara Jl. Villa Kandara Br. Wijaya Kesuma Ungasan P +62 361 848 2200 finn’s beach club @ semara luxury villa resort Ungasan P +62 361 848 2111 jim’Bar’n ROOFTOP | Lounge | Dining @ Harris hotel bukit jimbaran Jl. Raya Uluwatu 2000X P +62 361 846 8777 www.harris-bukitjimbaranbali.com jimbaran beach club Muaya Beach Jalan Bukit Permai Banjar Pesalakan P +62 361 749 3922 JU-ma-na, Tamarind @ banyan tree ungasan Jalan Melasti, Br. Kelod Ungasan, Jimbaran P +62 361 300 7000 karma lounge @ karma jimbaran Jalan Bukit Permai P +62 361 708 800 kaT’s Kitchen Jalan Raya Uluwatu 11 P +62 361 704 279 KISIK @ AYANA Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran P +62 361 702 222 www.ayanaresort.com Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran Jl. Bukit Permai Jimbaran P +62 361 846 6888 Madeinitaly Jl. Pantai Balangan, Br. Cengiling P +62 361 847 0201 sono teppanyaki @ anantara uluwatu Jl. Pemutih, Labuan Sait P +62 361 895 7555 single fin Uluwatu (below Blue Point) P +62 878 620 398 66 SuNDARA, TAMAN WANTILAN @ FOUR SEASON JIMBARAN P +62 361 701 010 www.fourseasons.com Tapis @ Kayu Manis Jimbaran P +62 361 705 777 The EDGE Jl. Pulau Goa Lempeh Banjar Dinas Kangin Pecatu P +62 361 8470 700
alaya Jl. Hanoman, Ubud P +62 361 972 200 alchemy Jalan Penestanan, Ubud P +62 361 971 981 alILA UBUD Desa Melinggih Kelod, Payangan Gianyar P +62 361 975 963 Ayung Terrace @ Four Seasons Sayan, Ubud P +62 361 977 577 bali starling restaurant @ bali bird park Jl. Serma Cok Ngurah Gambir, Batubulan, P +62 361 299 352
bEBEK BARIS Jl. Mahendradatta No. 18x P +62 361 845 0791 jempiring Restaurant @ aston denpasar hotel and convention center Jl. Gatot Subroto Barat 283 P +62 361 411 999
ABC @ KLUB JIMBARAN Kori Nuansa No. 257, Taman Griya P +62 361 806 7776 Bella singaraja, KO & jimbaran garden @ Intercontinetal Bali Resort Jalan Uluwatu 45 P +62 361 701 888 chiringuito el kabron Jalan Pantai Cemongkak Pecatu (the sign on Jalan Labuan Sait) P +62 361 780 3416 Chocolate café, Topeng restaurant & Bar Jimbaran Corner Jalan Raya Uluwatu P +62 361 704 663
Raspberry Chocolate Mousse
sPACCANAPOLI Jalan Raya Pengosekan P +62 361 973 138 swept away @ samaya ubud Banjar Baung, Desa Sayan P +62 361 973 606 three monkeys ubud Jalan Monkey Forest P +62 361 975 554 the dining corner @ kayumanis ubud private villa and spa Sayan Village Ubud P +62 361 972 777
“An artful dining experience in the heart of Ubud”
Lamak Jalan Monkey Forest P +62 361 974 668 www.lamakbali.com
bebek tepi sawah Jalan Raya Goa Gajah Banjar Teges, Peliatan P +62 361 970 338 bETELNUT Noodles satay bar & music lounge Ubud Main Street P +62 361 971 246
GLOW @ Como shambala Begawan Giri P +62 361 978 888 www.cse.como.bz Green house Jalan Monkey Forest P +62 361 978 189 GUWUNG Jl. Raya Peliatan
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bali luna @ aston bali beach resort & spa Jalan Pratama 68 X P +62 361 773 577 www.AstonBali.com bumbu bali Jalan Pratama P +62 361 774 502 eight degrees south , Rin, Spice @ CONRAD Jalan Pratama 168 P +62 361 778 788 www.conradhotels.com Meads beach bar and grill Jalan Pratama P +62 361 776 604 NOvotel Bali Jalan Pratama P +62 361 772 239 PAON BEACH CLUB Jalan Pratama No 70 P +62 361 776 555 sakala Jalan Pratama 88 P +62 361 774 499 THE WHACKO BEACH CLUB Jl. Pratama No. 99X P +62 361 771 384
Jalan Pantai Mengiat PO. Box 46, 80363 P +62 361 771 102 www. ayodyaresort.com Mulia Resort & Villa Jl. Raya Nusa Dua Selatan P +62 361 301 7777 PASAR SENGGOL @ Grand Hyatt Bali PO. BOX 53, Nusa Dua P +62 361 771 234 www.bali.grand.hyatt. com piasan & TETARING RESTAURANT Kayumanis Nusa Dua Private Villas & Spa BTDC Area P +62 361 770 777 www.kayumanis.com PIRATES BAY BALI Block D - The Bay Bali P +62 361 894 8138 www.thepiratesbaybali.com raja’s @ nusa dua beach hotel & spa P +62 361 771 210 www.nusaduahotel.com salsa verde @ grand hyatt bali P +62 361 772 038 www.bali.grand.hyatt. com The BAY BALI Lot C-0, BTDC area P +62 361 894 8200 www.thebaybali.com THE SHORE @ NIKKO BALI RESORT AND SPA Jalan Raya Nusa Dua Selatan P +62 361 773 377 veranda restaurant @ the westin resorts P +62 361 771 906 www.westin.com/bali
aroma meat processing Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai No. 555X Pesanggrahan, Denpasar P +62 361 729 494 arts replica food Kompleks Ruko Tuban Plaza No. 2 Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai, Tuban P +62 361 759 501 baliepicure Luxury Catering Jalan Raya Kerobokan No. 253, Kerobokan P +62 361 737 121 bali deli Jalan Kunti 117X P +62 361 738 686 bali fine wine Jalan Kayu Aya Seminyak Square P +62 361 364 7376 BalI moon liquers www.balimoonliquers.net P +62 361 461 945 COld stone creamery Bali Discovery Mall GF #2 Jalan Kartika Plaza, Kuta P +62 361 769 784 Dijon Kuta Poleng Mall Bl. A1-A2 Jalan Setiabudhi, Kuta P +62 361 759 636 drum whisky Jalan Raya Penyalin No. 9 Ds. Samsam, Kec. Kerambitan, Tabanan P +62 81 3370 65688 Gourmand deli @ st. regis bali resort Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua P +62 361 847 8111 gourmet garage Jalan Brantas Kangin 2 Jimbaran 80364 P +62 361 701 650 HARD rock beach club (HRBC) Deli @ HARD ROCK HOTEL Jalan Pantai, Kuta P +62 361 761 869 hatten wine the cellardoor Komplek Dewa Ruci No. 3. Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai. Kuta P. +62 361 767 422 HattenWines.com
ICELAND VODKA PT Dewata Kencana Distribusi Jalan Gatot Subroto Timur No.7 P +62 811 380 9299 kayuapi Jalan Kuwum 1X, Kerobokan P +62 361 787 7476 KOU CUISINE Jalan Monkey Forest, Ubud P +62 361 972 319 MINI MART Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai, Jimbaran P +62 361 777 361 pantry magic Ruko Lotus, Blok 6 Jalan Dewi Sri, Kuta P +62 361 762 647 PAPAYA Jalan Mertanadi, Kuta P +62 361 759 222 pepito Jalan Kediri 36A. Kuta P +62 361 759 112 pOD CHocolate Factory & cafe Bali Elephant Camp, Petang P +62 361 239 440 pT Indowines Jl. Sunset Road No. 166 P +62 361 847 7232 sababay Jalan Raya Puputan No. 64A P +62 361 261 104 www.sababayselections. com scenia Jalan Suwung Batan Kendal 52 Block V P +62 361 275 2007 www.scenia.co.id TWO ISLANDS WINES THE CELLARDOOR Komplek Dewa Ruci No. 3. Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai, Kuta P. +62 361 767 422 wakaland cruise www.wakahotelsandresort.com P. +62 361 484 085 UNIlever Food Solutions Jakarta www.unileverfoodsolutions. co.id
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aston pool bar @ aston kuta hotel & residence Jalan Wana Segara, Kuta P +62 857 754 999 BOSHE VVIP LOUNGE Jalan By Pas Ngurah Rai No. 89X, Tuban, Kuta +62 361 848 4600 brewers beer garden Jalan Legian No. 157 Kuta P +62 361 754 915 CENTERSTAGE @HARD ROCK HOTEL Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 761 869 DEEJAY CLUB Jalan Kartika Plaza 8X P +62 361 758 880 EIKON Jalan Legian 178, Kuta P +62 361 750 701 GRACIE KELLY’S @ BALI DYNASTY RESORT Jalan Kartika Plaza, Tuban, Kuta P +62 361 752 403 HARD ROCK CAFÉ Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 755 661 JAZZ CAFE UBUD Jalan Tebesaya, Ubud P +62 361 976 594 King cole bar @ st regis bali resort Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot S6 P +62 361 847 8111 KU DE TA Jalan Laksmana 9 Seminyak P +62 361 736 969 M BAR GO Jalan Legian, Kuta P +62 361 756 280 NAMMOS BEACH CLUB @KARMA KANDARA Jalan Villa Kandara Banjar Wijaya Kusuma Ungasan P +62 361 848 2222 OCEANS 27 @ DISCOVERY SHOPPING MALL Jalan Kartika Plaza P +62 361 765 027 www.oceans27.net OZIGO BAR UBUD Jalan Sanggingan Ubud P +62 81 974 728
RED CARPET - CHAMPAGNE BAR Jalan Kayu Aya 42C, Seminyak P +62 361 737 889 www.redcarpetbali.com ROCK BAR @ AYANA RESORT & SPA Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran P +62 361 702 222 Round bar Jalan Penestanan Klod Sayan, Ubud P +62 361 976 738 SECTOR BAR & RESTAURANTS @ BALI BEACH GOLF COURSE Jalan Hangtuah 58 Sanur P +62 361 287 733 SKY GARDEN Jalan Legian 61, Kuta P +62 361 755 423 SOS @ THE ANANTARA Jalan Abimanyu Seminyak P +62 361 737 773 TEQUILA BAR Grand Istana Rama Hotel Jalan Pantai Kuta P +62 361 752 208 The lobby @ nusa dua beach hotel & spa Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot 4 P +62 361 771 210 THE OCEAN BAR @ THE LEGIAN Jalan Kayu Aya, Oberoi P +62 361 730 622 VI AI PI Jalan Legian 88 Kuta P +62 361 750 425 THE TREE Jalan Pratama, Tanjung Benoa P +62 361 773 488
ARWANA @ THE laguna Kawasan Pariwisata P +62 361 771 327 BEBEK BENGIL Block A - The Bay Bali P +62361 8948111 www.bebekbengil.com BENIHANA & GYUKAKU Block B - The Bay Bali P +62361 8948178 Boneka, Dulang @ The ST. REGIS BALI RESORT P +62 361 847 8111 www.stregis.com DEOPERA BEACH CLUB Block B - The Bay Bali P +62361 8948168 www.deoperabali.com honey and bread Pepito Express Jl. By Pass Ph +62 361 776 316 HONG XING Block A - The Bay Bali P +62361 8948128 www.hongxingbali.com lagoona, Octopus @ ayodya resort bali
CHINOOK Jl. R.E. Martadinata no. 191 P +62 22727 1468 LOTEK BUAHBATU (HERRY THEA) Jl. Solontongan no. 16 PONDOK IKAN BAKAR BANG THEMMY Jl. Terusan Jakarta no. 280 & Jalan Ciliwung (hawkers area) +6281 322 224 284 ROAD CAFE DE FAME Jl. Cilaki (hawkers area) & Jl. Asia-Afrika (in front of Gedung Merdeka)
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