27 October 2017


Kilo has its roots in Singapore, but also has a restaurant in Seminyak. Expect Kilo’s bestsellers, but with an Indonesian twist.


From Singapore to Bali

From the owners of the Camp Kilo Charcoal Club, Kilo Kallang and Kilo Lounge comes Kilo Bali. A lovely restaurant just a few steps from Corner House, but then on a less busy road. The glass and concrete building is beautiful and the interior is minimalistic yet surrounded by lush green plants and trees.


Banana parmesan toast

Kilo Bali is open for brunch and dinner and they serve cocktails too. On the dinner menu you’ll find seafood ceviche, Korean beef tartare, black and white prawn raviolis and squid ink rice. During the day they’ve divided the menu into greens and grains (for example a tuna balado poke bowl), toasties (for example an avocado smash) comfort (such as a Spanish omelette) and sweets (like banana parmesan toast).


Check out: www.kilokitchen.com


More Bali recommendations here 





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