AYA Street

AYA Street

Prawn chupe

AYA Street is a dining destination that truly embodies its hosting neighbourhood of Seminyak. Vibrant and buzzing, AYA Street is more than a restaurant, it’s also a street art gallery, boasting ultra hip and edgy street culture. Designed by Helen Milne, the place is filled with artworks by famous artists from London D*Face, the oh-so-elusive Banksy, Space Invader, Jan Kaleb and more, with a few photo-op corners.

The conceptual menu is just as lively as the ambience, with Peruvian-Asian cuisine at the centre stage – comprising Nikkei (Peruvian-Japanese) and chifa (Peruvian-Chinese) fare, the main aim of AYA Street is offering an outstanding fine-dining experience in a quirky and affordable fashion. The culinary team uses only the freshest, locally sourced ingredients, while still anchoring the flavours to indigenous Incan and Asian influences.

Creative highlights include the mixed ceviche comprising calamari, prawns, octopus, rocoto leche de tigre, corn and coriander, and tuna Nikkei causa – Peruvian mashed potato with tuna tartare, wakame, tobiko, avocado and wasabi mayo. In addition to the stellar food menu, the drink selection is worth noting – especially the cocktail section. Already a favourite among residents and tourists alike, AYA Street is definitely a must visit in your Bali bucket list.

AYA Street

Jalan Petitenget No. 99A, Seminyak

Bali 80361, Indonesia

T: +6287763029889

E: hello@ayastreet.com