Arsana Restaurant Bali at Alila Seminyak

Indonesian Fine Dining in Seminyak

Arsana Restaurant Bali is a signature restaurant at Alila Seminyak, which focuses on authentic Indonesian cuisine as its main offerings. The exotic traditional dishes hailing from across the archipelago were selected and curated by William Wongso, Arsana’s chef patron who’s also one of the country’s culinary celebrities. The restaurant is located on the corner of Jalan Taman Ganesha and Jalan Petitenget, offering street views from its casual outdoor terrace, as well as from inside in its intimate and elegant main dining room.

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Dining Highlights of Arsana Restaurant Bali

Signature dishes at Arsana Restaurant Bali include fusions and bold takes on some of the most famous dishes from well-known Indonesian islands, such as grilled lamb chop in a rendang marinate (instead of the common and world-famous beef version courtesy of North Sumatra). Hailing from Purwakarta in the West Java province, there’s ‘satay maranggi’ (IDR 195,000 or USD 15) which incorporates wagyu beef, which is succulent and juicy with every bite. Of course, you can find the local favourites of nasi goreng on the menu – in 5 different versions (IDR 50,000-75,000).

 

If you somehow get lost between the pages of the menu, an easy choice to go for that will allow you to sample a range of different flavours in a single plate is their take on the local ‘nasi campur’ mixed rice. This includes the Tumpeng Nusantara, which features three different coloured rice shaped in a cone, served with beef rendang, grilled prawn, ‘buntil’ (steam wrapped) salmon, chicken satay, caramelized tempeh and the unmissable shrimp crackers on the side (IDR 185,000 or USD 14). You can also find grilled selections and a good range for seafood lovers as well.

Arsana Restaurant Bali features a semi-open kitchen concept, where you can witness your dishes being prepared by the culinary team. From its bar, special beverages to accompany your exotic Indonesian feast include refreshing drinks derived from local and rare tropical fruits, such as ‘kawista’ (Limonia acidissima), cinnamon pop, ‘gula asem’ tamarind and palm sugar juice, and a range of squashes (IDR 33,000-45,000). During the day and on any given afternoon, its roadside terrace is as great spot to chill and settle for some people watching, with a cold Bintang (IDR 35,000) at hand.

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Alila Seminyak

Cocooned along a pristine beach on the southwest coast of Bali -Alila Seminyak is a stunning hotel that stands on the last remaining undeveloped beachfront site in Seminyak - A beautiful tropical retreat encompassing five-star resort facilities where time slows down and relaxation becomes second nature Read More...

Arsana Restaurant Bali

  • Opening Hours: 11:00-23:00
  • Location: Jalan Taman Ganesha No.9, Petitenget, Kerobokan Kelod, Seminyak
  • Tel: +62 (0)361 3023 888
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