Tuesday, September 28, 2010

grocer & grind, seminyak, bali

bistro & deli
Jalan Jayu Jati 3 x Petitenget Beach, Seminyak, Bali

beans : house blend of 100% Arabica
leaf : imported loose leaf
soy : pre-sweetened so a bit much if you don't normally add sugar, 30c extra
dunk : afghan biscuit
fork : mad chocolate mud cupcake
spoon : bircher muesli with strawberries, yoghurt & honey
knife : warm coconut bread with caramelized banana & honey yoghurt
footprint : slick thongs, glitzy sandals, kitten heels by night
price : A$2 (17,000) + tax
service :  unobtrusive and efficient
open : 8.00am - 10.00pm

buzz : Attracts a loyal following of expats and tourists looking for a comfortable and dynamic place in a quiet corner of Seminyak. With wireless internet and the option of outdoor fresh air or indoor air-con, this is a haven away from traffic noise, and a great spot to refuel and rest after the hectic pace of shopping and negotiating wonky footpaths. Pull up a booth next to the stylish customers flicking through magazines or tapping their Macbooks.  After a breakfast service featuring excellent Bircher muesli, ricotta pancakes with caramelised banana and eggs done every way you want them, the bistro style cafe serves up panini, sandwiches and fresh salads, made with fresh local organic produce and imported extras. Pick one of the dainty homemade cup-cakes to go with your coffee or try the refreshing watermelon granita. At night the menu is more substantial with imported meat on the grill and  pasta options. The deli sells pricey produce and imported fresh and packaged goodies including meats, cheeses and woodfired oven baked breads, cakes and pastries, all available to take-away or have them delivered to your villa.   


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