Desa Seni Canggu Bali

by Nick on April 14, 2007

by Nick | April 14th, 2007  

Desa Seni which literally means ‘art village’, is located on the ‘backroad to Canggu’. It is a unique hotel and last night I discovered it was also a very cool place to eat.

The village features half a dozen traditional Indonesian living structures which provide a comfortable place for visitors to stay. Also located inside one of the saddle-shaped roofs was the dining room. The elevated position and open window afforded the 6 of us views of the rice fields surrounding Desa Seni. At nighttime the place is illuminated with lamp and looks fantastic. For a new arrival, dinner at Desa Seni would be a great way to start their vacation.

Desa Seni has a website ) and can be contacted for more information. Dinner parties should be booked in advance.

The menu my fellow diners ordered from included large portions of various pasta dishes,, including carbonara, 2 chicken dishes, of which I chose the Bumbu Chicken with rice (55,000rp), which was very good. Staff at Desa Seni were very attentive and the tranquil setting was perfect for a dinner in peace.

Getting to Desa Seni from Kuta will take 20-25 minutes, heading up the Sunset Rd and taking Jl. Petitenget to Batubelig and along the bumpy road past the Canggu Club. Once you arrive the
place and food are worth it.

Desa Seni
Jl. Kayu Putih #13
Canggu
Bali
(0361)8446392

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