Indulge in the alluring sights at Café del Mar Bali while feasting on the fine food offerings at Bali’s latest hangout spot.
Born and becoming a household name in the Balearic island of Ibiza, Café del Mar has finally spread its wings to Asia. Bringing the same laidback aesthetics as the original club, Bali’s latest beach club has instantly become a hit with revellers from around the world.
Renowned for its long-standing music compilations, Café del Mar is no stranger to creating the perfect balance between a euphoric ambience with casual fun under the sun. In Bali, it sits right next to the beach. From the outside, the majestic white structure intrigues passers-by to take a peek. Adorned with large white columns, the beach club is also home to one of the biggest infinity pools in the area.
Open daily from 11am, with something for everyone courtesy of its extensive array of facilities, the various seating areas around the spacious beach club are buzzing every day, from the beach club dining, to the outdoor benches, sun loungers, day beds, cabanas, semi-submersed luxury pool booths, as well as the private suites for those looking to have a party of their own.
Just like the Ibizan sister property, Café del Mar Bali serves the best in food and drinks. Lead by Executive Sous Chef Graeme Palmer, the venue’s cuisine is simple but flavoursome. In line with its origins, the food is heavily influenced by Mediterranean cuisine but with a twist of Indonesian flavours.
The food selection ranges from small bites to larger plates for sharing. To start, the local burrata is a favourite with many, wrapped around cured meats and refreshing melon to cool the palate under the blazing sun. If you’re not into red meats, the rice crispy tuna is also worth a try. For bigger appetites, the venue’s take on banh mi is definitely a winner with large slices of marinated pork belly.
Being a venue where everyone goes to relax and have fun, Café del Mar Bali’s team is skilfully trained to create some of the most refreshing drinks around. The venue carries one of the largest selections of wines, spirits and beers on the island, spoiling guests with options. If you’re into some of the classics, the venue’s Tommy Margarita is great for summer days. Or, try the award-winning Red Candy made using vodka, ginger and rosella cordial. For non-alcoholic options, guests can choose from freshly pressed juices, mocktails, smoothies, kombucha, gelato, jamu (Indonesian herbal drinks) and soft drinks.
Café del Mar Bali
Jalan Subak Sari, Canggu
Bali 80361, Indonesia
T: (+62) 3614471625
Exquisite Taste December 2019 – February 2020