La Plancha is casual, sunset dining at its easiest. Pull up a brightly-coloured bean bag and enjoy the view. Simple, unpretentious Spanish food. Be sure to arrive early to secure a seat as the bean bags are taken quickly.
A popular and arguably romantic beachfront location for sunset gazing over the Indian Ocean.
Address: Jl. Dhyana pura, Seminyak – Bali
photo: Adji Pratama
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You know it’s going to be good when the French diners are here also – and we were not disappointed!
Zohra and Blaise, a noteworthy team from Morocco and Belgium have lovingly presented this glamorous new addition to vibrant Jalan Laksmana, otherwise known as “Eat Street”.
We had a slight struggle finding this restaurant initially since it is set back slightly from the road. This just adds to the intrigue and makes for a quiet locale.
The building is a converted warehouse with a definite French edge. I adored the European chic decor and chandeliers, art deco sofas and lounge music – all reminiscent of a bygone era with an industrial bent. Elegant, vintage retro meets modern: a true visual delight!
Food is surprisingly cheap for the quality. I rate it highly – up with the 1-2 chef hatted restaurants of Sydney and Melbourne for the quality of produce and the quality of cooking.
The food is fresh, locally produced and cooked to perfection. Service was friendly, professional and attentive with prices reflecting excellent value for the sumptuous food – all beautifully presented (eg. Entrees $6-12, Mains $15-$22)
Great cocktails too! Definitely worth a visit!! I will be back…
Note: have a shooter at the Red Carpet Champagne Bar across the road afterwards – at your peril!
Jalan Kayu Aya 117 (in front of the Red Carpet Champagne Bar) Seminyak