Archive: June, 2015

Fat Chow Temple Hill – Bali

Fat Chow Temple Hill – Bali

Author: Sassy Eater. Fat Chow Temple Hill in Jimbaran offers a whole different ambience compared to the one at Poppies Lane, Kuta outlet. It has a wonderful view of the coastline all the way up to Seminyak and beyond with a glimpse of Kuta, as the restaurant was sitting on a hill slope. It’s located on the road leads […]

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Grocer & Grind – Seminyak Bali

Grocer & Grind – Seminyak Bali

Author: Chic Eater This Australian-owned establishment, voted many times by media as Bali’s best cafes, is located right in the middle of Seminyak’s hippest area. I first visited this marvellous brunch destination in Seminyak Bali a few years ago. And I since dropped by the joint whenever I was in the island. Their superb menu […]

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The Royal Pita Maha – Ubud Bali

The Royal Pita Maha – Ubud Bali

Author: Sassy Eater. For me, Ubud is all about taking it easy, indulging in rejuvenating spa session, relaxing in gorgeous villa with stunning scenery, stretching out my muscles at a yoga class, and dining at some of the island’s best restaurants (Check out my review of Locavore, Ubud). It may not have the thumping nightlife and daring energy of the […]

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Lacalaca Cantina Mexicana – Seminyak Bali

Lacalaca Cantina Mexicana – Seminyak Bali

Author: Chic Eater During a bali trip, promoted by MakanLuar.Com, an online restaurant reservation system in Indonesia, I was introduced to another Mexican food joint that I found to be interesting. Lacalaca, a Mexican canteen located in close proximity to the hippest area in Seminyak, provides popular mexican food with a progressive take on the […]

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Hyatt Regency – Yogyakarta

Hyatt Regency – Yogyakarta

Author: Chic Eater Yogyakarta, a city within its own province of special district of Yogyakarta and borders with the province of Mid Java, is known for its strong traditional culture of Kraton Yogyakarta. Having been rooted deep from 1756, when the sultan palace was founded by Prince Mangkubumi (the first Hamengkubuwono), as the known center […]

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Locavore – Ubud Bali

Locavore – Ubud Bali

Author: Sassy Eater. I had high expectations before visiting Locavore and yet it still exceeded my expectations. Locavore is a small but usually fully-booked restaurant which serves fine, haute cuisine in a relaxed dining setting. It is a modest looking white walled restaurant, with only a few tables, set well apart so guests have full privacy and […]

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Sea Circus – Seminyak Bali

Sea Circus – Seminyak Bali

Author: Sassy Eater. This cafe serve food inspired from Melbourne cafes, London bars, Mexican shacks and New York eateries, so be prepared to enjoy and savour the ‘food circus performance’ from around the world ! Sea Circus is not hard to find, located on a prime spots along Seminyak’s fashionable Jalan Kayu Aya (used to […]

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Peppers Sentosa – Seminyak Bali

Peppers Sentosa – Seminyak Bali

Author: Chic Eater Bali, the island of many faces as I would call it, has a lot of everything. That is one reason why it becomes such a popular tourist destination for people around the world. Whether you visit it for a family vacation, backpacking adventure, beach activities, culinary excursion or even just for a […]

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Monty’s – Senopati Jakarta

Monty’s – Senopati Jakarta

Author: Posh Eater Just when I thought I’m starting to ran out of new restaurants to try in Senopati Street, Monty’s emerged. The three stories building is brand new and looks very sleek outside as well as the inside. The second floor wasn’t even officially open when I was there, and the third floor is […]

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The Fat Turtle – Seminyak Bali

The Fat Turtle – Seminyak Bali

Author: Sassy Eater. “You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy Red Velvet Pancakes ! And that’s kind of the same thing !”. It’s what I read on the blackboard in front of the Fat Turtle cafe in Seminyak, and I couldn’t agree more ! When I had their Red Velvet Pancake (IDR 55.000), first bite was […]

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Sagami Japanese Cuisine – Aeon Mall BSD City

Sagami Japanese Cuisine – Aeon Mall BSD City

Author: Posh Eater There’s such a huge buzz around the opening of Aeon Mall in BSD city,Tangerang I think it’s mostly because the fact that it’s a Japanese originated shopping center. I took the time to go there on a Sunday, of it’s first month operating, and it’s sooo.. crowded that the line entering the mall resembles […]

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