Check out these hot new spots in Bali…
1. Seniman at TonyRaka
Where: Jalan Raya Mas no 86
Seniman di Tony Raka is THE place where you can have varieties of great coffee and food while surrounded by fabulous art works in a nice ambience. It’s a bigger space and located right next to the TonyRaka gallery. Perfect for those who want to immerse themselves in art and great coffee. This branch offers a wide range of single origins coffees, great food and lots of Seniman merchandise.
2. Ti Moris Bali
Where: Jl. Batu Belig, Gg. Merpati No.1, Kerobokan
‘Ti Moris’ means ‘small island of Mauritius’ in Creole. Featuring rustic Mauritius-inspired and Creole food and beverages and a speciality rum bar in a laid back easy-breezy lifestyle ambience, Ti Moris embodies the spirit of island living with a stylish hip forward as it launches its first outlet in Bali. Experience the flavours of exotic Indian, rustic French and hearty Chinese cuisine in one delicious Mauritian blend. Tuck into native delights such as ‘Gateaux Piments’ or chilli cakes made from yellow split peas for starters or a sweetly mashed ‘Banana Tarte’ to end a meal. Our highly guarded chutneys and ‘Mazavaroo’ chilli paste recipes help to spice things up, and all to be washed down with a bright pink Alouda drink – a beguiling mix of vanilla and almond – or a perfect Barista coffee or lemongrass tea. They also have a dedicated rum bar where they make their own bespoke rum.
3. Gin 1717
Where: Jalan Raya Pengosekan, Ubud
It is the first Gin Bar in Bali. Bali, Indonesia is a natural home for GIN 1717. The islands of Indonesia are a tropical paradise full of luscious fruits, flowers, herbs and plants and home to some of the world’s most beautiful and exotic islands, including Bali. This rich archipelago hosts 30,000 of the world’s 40,000 species of tropical flora and fauna, providing a natural botanical and medicinal greenhouse. Gin 1717 used 27 botanicals for its infused gin. Can’t wait to try it!