Slightly bored of sipping lychee martini’s in front of yet another sunset (yes, it is possible!), or lounging long-time at another Sunday brunch wishing the sushi and desert bar tempted you enough to stop eating only the carvery, for once? We hear you!
So now you can finally mix up your social Seminyak life by swapping a sunset Savvy B with mashed up Mojitos, or swapping Sunday Brunch for a Sunday BBQ feast. Or both. It’s all happening at The Laneway restaurant and bar, cleverly tucked away (but only steps away) at Peppers Sentosa Seminyak. We think it could be Seminyak’s closest option to a laneway food festival so far, with seven days (every week!) of different food & drink delights, and yes it involves walking down a small laneway. Sweet.
Our top picks?
Daily Mojito Club
TGIF. This obvs doesn’t apply in Bali, because isn’t every day Friday? We salute The Laneway, because they agree & have made a ‘happy three hours’ of celebrating the afternoon with the Mojito Club – yup, every day of the week! We all need more Cuban highballs in our life, but one is never enough – so go get your delish, fresh mojito every day from 4-7pm. Buy one, and get one free. ‘Cos all that mint and sparkling water deserves a few variations, no?
It’s genius, meet for the meat. Swap the sushi-dessert, Sunday-brunch, fancy-pants menu with more barbecued meat & veg faves than you need to poke a stick at. And do we even need to say food starts at IDR 50,000 per dish? Course not. Let this small preview tempt you: authentic Bratwurst Sausages marinated in a tangy whiskey BBQ sauce; Filet of Sea Bass with thyme, rock salt and lemon; Grilled King Prawns served with hummus and saffron yoghurt. Enough said.
Fine, but uber-relaxed, daily dining
Any night of the week, The Laneway’s restaurant over-delivers in quality, menu choices and its beautiful surrounds overlooking the decked pool area, bar and gardens. Choose a relaxed or sophisticated menu option, as it’s all world-class.
Delicious grills, Asian specialties, delicious fresh salads brimming with organic produce from Ubud’s lush hillsides, tapas-style chef’s small bites menu (think Pulled Pork Slider with Asian slaw and chilli, for example), or enjoy the Ocean to Farm specialties such as Pan-fried Salmon, the Char-grilled Sirloin or Cumin Spiced Lamb Cutlets.
Smack bang in the middle of super-Seminyak but far from the madding crowds, The Laneway is tucked away in the five star Peppers Sentosa Seminyak yet only 100m off Jalan Petitinget. It’s a stunning piece of entertainment and epicurean paradise, frequented by lucky guests and those in the Seminyak know. So now you know!
This article was sponsored by Peppers Sentosa Seminyak.