Published: 18 December 2013 by:

Situated in the über fashionable precinct of Jalan Petitenget, Bali, Charlie is the new kid on the block and the one you want to be friends with. Having just been awarded the prestigious ‘Yak Best Bar of the Year’, Charlie is the new Bali bar and bistro to add to your itinerary.

A day and night concept that runs as a relaxed bistro during the day becomes a European restaurant that on weekends morphs into a Euro lounge dance scene at night. Charlie is all about bringing the private club experience to Bali, full of ambient romance. But the good news is, membership is open to everyone.

Taking delight with details and impeccable attention to food and beverage, Charlie aims to please everyone’s hip pocket with a sensibly priced food and beverage menu. From freshly baked croissants and muffins in the morning to the light European styled bistro fare in the afternoon and a cosmopolitan dinner menu at night, there is something to eat at every moment.

With Executive Chef Jakartan, Meidy Zuhri at the helm, Charlie brings impeccable French technique and hotel training from the some the most notable restaurants in Dubai. Meidy was fortunate to cook alongside the top Chefs like Chef Alain Passard (Michelin star 3, la Arpege Paris) and Chef Philippe Labbe (Michelin star 2, Shangri- la Paris ).

Whether you're having a romantic getaway in Bali, or enjoying your honeymoon here, we think it's a place couples definitely need to check out.

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