Bali Nibble – As you know, Indonesia have a lot of traditional culture, island and language. Indonesia has approximately 13,466 islands. Just imagine how much time you need to spend to learn about Indonesia. Not forget to mention, Indonesia has so many kind of foods. Do you have enough time to try every foods in Indonesia? The answer maybe No. But, i have a solution for you. There are a restaurant in Bali named Biku Restaurant. It is located in Petitenget area. Once you try to visit Biku restaurant, you will enjoy a sensation like visiting several location in Indonesia.
Biku, inspired by Indonesia and its rich culture provides guests with a unique dining experience. A relaxed atmosphere where you can drink tea from their extensive selection, browse through rare books in the Ganesha Bookshop, antiques from their collection or just have a bite to eat from their tropical comfort inspired menu while checking your email using the free Wi-Fi service. Set in a 150 year old teak joglo from east Java and now conveniently located in Petitenget.
This restaurant does not catch the eyes from the outside. But inside, you will find a vintage decors that will make you feel cozy and comfy. First time i enter this restaurant, i was surprised by the humble service staff. They treat customer like a king and queen, no matter where are you from. A big smile always seen on their face. For those who bring children, drawing media will be provided and the results will be displayed on the wall of Biku Restaurant. THIS IS AMAZING!
Biku Restaurant have both Indonesian and Western Menu. I highly recommend you to try their High Tea and carrot cake. I would say they have best carrot cake in Bali. They have special menus and great options for people with lactose or gluten intolerance. Price range also quite cheap, start from IDR 50K (around $4) to IDR 120K (around $11). They also have a jazzy night every saturday night and sometimes there are a tarot card reader wandering in the restaurant.
One things i love from Biku restaurant is they have a souvenir shop. they will invite you to explore their curation of Indonesian-accented books, home-wares, Jewelry and antiques sourced from their favorite local artisans. I also recommend you to have a reservation through website or phone number, so you will not wait to long to get a table. So… do you have any thought about Biku Bali Restaurant? Leave a comment Below!
Biku Bali Restaurant
Address: Jalan Petitenget no.888, Kerobokan Kelod, North Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80361
Opening hours: 8AM – 11PM Everyday
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