I have known Chef Simon since his days in Manggis, East Bali back in the 90's. One of the best chef in Bali. His creation and mix ingredients between Balinese & his Aussie. Brilliant place for breakfast and Week end brunch!
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We booked this place for our wedding anniversary, an hours trip by taxi. Used to love the fine dining experience they offered. When we arrived our table was not ready. The whole ambience had changed for the worse. it had changed hands and now only...More
We used to love Petitenget so gave Kiln a go. The place looks lovely, but the inside air con area is now gone. We ordered many different dishes, and sadly didn't enjoy most of them. Some dishes were cleared from our table basically untouched. We...More
One of our favourite restaurants is closed and Kiln now in its place with a totally different menu, chef and decor. It is still a nice looking venue but unfortunately no inside air con area any more. The lunch menu is very limited and didn't...More
Petitenget has vanished and a new very different establishment now. The décor is excellent & the service friendly and efficient. Whilst no doubt vibrant at night by day we found it intolerably noisy, with a very limited but well cooked & presented tapas sharing menu....More
Booked for dinner as it always seemed packed with diners. Wasn't disappointed we had great tapas style meal and were very well looked after by staff. Highly recommended, The restaurant recently reopened and is now called Kiln.