Published: 20 September 2018 by: The H4C Team

The new Seaside Sanur from Kayumanis

Forget the crowded streets of Kuta and the traffic-clogged streets of Seminyak, the delightful township of Sanur, situated on Bali’s quieter southeast coast is the island’s most casual and relaxed tourist township. It’s exactly like Bali used to be before the hordes discovered its many and varied delights – and that’s the way we like it. We like it even more now that the Kayumanis brand has opened its stylish new bistro, Seaside Sanur, just steps from the water at Sindhu Beach.

Expect incredible bistro-style fare

Better known for their fabulous five-star, all villa properties in Sanur, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran and Ubud, the Kayumanis team have come up with yet another winner with this much needed addition to the Sanur dining scene.

Contemporary in design and with an extensive menu covering both western and Indonesian favourites, this will quickly become one of your favourite holiday experiences. Not only is the food fantastic but the location is unbeatable with amazing views across the bay and colourful fishing boats bobbing in the gentle waters adding to the atmosphere of coastal charm.

Don't leave without trying something off the cocktail menu

Come for breakfast, lunch, dinner or drinks (they make the best cocktails!), but make sure you come. To find out more or to make a booking, visit the Kayumanis Seaside Sanur website here

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