21 July 2017


There’s a guard in front of the restaurant helping me to cross the over busy Seminyak road on Bali. The black corner building with a lot of plants and scooters in front of the door looks very promising. Welcome to The Corner House Bali!


Colonial atmosphere

‘Oh yes’ is my first thought while entering The Corner House. A restaurant run by a husband- and wife team. Photographer Matt Neville from Australia and Fashion designer Magali Pascal from France. The restaurant has a colonial atmosphere. Concrete walls, a dark brown bar, fans on the ceiling and a beautiful staircase to the first floor. The restaurant is busy with people coming in for just a cup of Revolver coffee or a delicious breakfast. On the menu you will find easy going dishes like a club sandwich, burger or salads. The corn fritters are the big hit. Everyone seems to order them. At night they serve a delicious chocolate fondant.


A bar upstairs and a magical garden

Inside you will find a big reading table with magazines. They have a small, yet magical garden with maybe five or six tables. Surrounded by a small temple for the daily offerings. On the first floor they have a bar that comes at life at night. The restaurant is located in Seminyak. On Laksmana street, who’s nickname is Eat Street. Imagine a street full of restaurants and shops going all the way down to the beach.


Check out: www.cornerhousebali.com


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