Those that have been to Bali enough will know that the foodie scene here has absolutely skyrocketed over the last few years.
The main ingredient here is that a heap of renowned chef’s reside here, whether local or from around the world. And no matter the occasion, whether you’re with a big group of mates, on an anniversary trip with your significant other or just travelling solo, Bali’s restaurant scene has something for you.
Tanaman Restaurant, Seminyak
With its bright blue floor, chairs and neon lights, Tanaman is Potato Head’s multi-sensory, plant-based restaurant that is absolutely unmissable. Having kicked off experimental dinners earlier this year, twice a month you’ll find an impeccable Chef’s Table throwdown consisting of an eight-person feast inside this OMA-designed dome. The menu itself sources produce from small farms around Bali and currently, Tanaman is kicking off a whole new season of courses, paired wines and mocktails. This means you’ll find well-crafted dishes unlocking the deliciousness of fungi seeds,leaves and roots, and trust us, they will completely blow your tastebuds.
Kaum Restaurant, Seminyak
Another stellar restaurant from the Potato Head family, if you call yourself a big foodie, Kaum is an Indo eatery you absolutely have to hit up. Kaum actually means “clan” or “tribe” in Indonesian and it’s a gentle nod to where this restaurant has soured its inspiration from. The Kaum team actually travelled across the archipelago to learn all about Indigenous cooking methods and flavours native to Indonesia’s tribal communities so if you’re looking to get a taste of Indonesia’s true culinary culture, this is the place to be.