Moon Rabbit Dim Sum and Liquor Bar Bali

Cantonese Restaurant and Bar in Seminyak

Moon Rabbit Dim Sum and Liquor Bar specializes in authentic Cantonese dim sum and creative craft cocktails, offering the full dim sum experience in a stylish yet casual setting. Step through Moon Rabbit's brightly painted red door and to the high-ceilinged dining area, decorated with a blend of urban sophistication and vintage Chinese flourishes. All wood and rattan furnishings and an exposed brick bar are set off by red and gold accents that lend to the entire place a warm and chic vibe, while the always smiling and welcoming staff keep things friendly and casual. You'll be forgiven if you feel as though you've left Bali behind and wandered in from the back alleys of Guangzhou.

Moon Rabbit's carefully constructed menu features more than twenty Cantonese-style dim sum options, including xiao long bao, pork siew mai, and steamed Hargow shrimp dumplings. The cha siu bao barbecued pork buns are especially good. In addition to the usual dim sum suspects, Moon Rabbit's kitchen also serves up an excellent selection of Chinese regional favourites like kung pao chicken, crispy shrimp rolls, salted egg shrimp, crispy wontons, and roasted pork noodles. Top it all off with one of their delicious baked egg tarts.

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As for drinks, let's just say that fancy brick bar isn't there for looks alone. Moon Rabbit features a complete an extensive list of specialty and craft cocktails. We loved the Tsim Ha Tsui, a deadly good concoction that includes whiskey, lemon juice, syrup and red wine; while the house specialities include the Blushing Rabbit and Macao Opium. Note that, though not included on the menu, the bartender will be glad to mix up a frozen cocktail, perfect after a long day in the Bali heat.

Those visitors cutting back on the booze can enjoy a Virgin Mojito or Mascarpone Lychee, and, while the list of beers and wines is rather uninspiring, their selection of whiskeys, bourbons and single malts is impressive.

A platter of twelve dumplings - fried or steamed - costs IDR 120,000, while a side of stir-fried broccoli or fried udon will cost you another IDR 42,000 to IDR 60,000. Cocktails are in the IDR 100,000 to IDR 120,000 range, while a bottle of Bintang costs IDR 28,000 and a dram of Glenlivet 12 will set you back IDR 110,000.

Moon Rabbit Bali

  • Opening Hours: Mon - Fri 17:00 - 14:00, Sat 11:00 - 03:00, Sun 11:00 - 02:00
  • Location: Jalan Petitenget No.43C, Kerobokan Kelod, Seminyak
  • Tel: (+62) 361 474 0674
  • Website: https://www.facebook.com/moonrabbitbali
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