Tucked in a cosy corner of the world, the Island of Bali lies in all of mother nature’s splendid beauty. Welcome to Petitenget, the ‘eat street’ that has fostered a cosmopolitan community of friends, family and colleagues. The ultra-sensory insider guide to the New Bali begins now.
Taste, the cosy culinary experience of the Bali’s renewed ‘Eat Street’
Jl. Petitenget 40X, Seminyak, Bali
Start your journey at this effervescent destination, a local favourite that has evolved across Bali’s glistening dining scene. Nestled at the start of Jalan Petitenget, PETITENGET is a great hideaway that is bursting with character and rustic charm. A unique food philosophy of ‘Farm to Fork’ (straight from Belatih Farm in Kintamani, North Bali) is presented through a range of culinary choices from gluten free to vegan.
The visionary Sean Cosgrove, entrepreneurial mastermind to many Bali favorites from Old Man’s in Canggu to the flourishing grounds of PETITENGET. Along with his culinary counterpart Executive Chef, Simon Blaby from Melbourne presents their signature dishes with easy perfection and zestful flavours. A curated all-day menu including a great breakfast selection awaits the late night regular. The homemade love from the PETITENGET family is shared across its loyal clientele and within its internal staff.
Touch, the eclectic homeware and design boutiques of Petitenget’s bubbling shopping strip.
Jl Kayu Aya 21, Seminyak, Bali 80361
Step into the beautiful enclave of Kim Soo, its refurbished Dutch Colonial facade is a refreshing treat. Kim Soo sources products from across the Indonesian Archipelago. It is manufactured and designed to a unique style aesthetic characteristic of Kim Soo’s brand. These designs play with wood, metal, textiles, stone, an assortment of grasses and paper with a contemporary spin.