Syrco Basè Announces Its Inaugural Series of Local and International Collaborations: Collection I

Syrco BASÈ, the pioneering culinary hub north of Ubud helmed by two Michelin-starred chef, Syrco Bakker, is already making its mark on Indonesia’s dining scene just two months after its official opening.

Alongside his seasoned, multicultural team of chefs, sommeliers, mixologists, architects, artists, and designers, Chef Syrco is showcasing the importance of respectful partnerships with suppliers and strong relationships with local communities throughout each of the culinary hub’s five distinct areas.

Affirming this philosophy and with diverse collaborations at its heart, Syrco BASÈ is excited to announce its inaugural series of local and international collaborative events:Collection I.

Kicking off on 26 March at 7pm, Bali’s most revered beach club and sustainability trailblazer, Potato Head, will be joining the team of Syrco BASÈ Bar for an evening devoted to Indonesia’s innovative mixology scene and hospitality industry heroes. Overlooking an emerald rice field, seating for 20 guests encircles the central bar and live kitchen, providing the ideal stage for individual expertise and inspired collaboration.

Potato Head’s talented bartenders will be heading over from Seminyak to exhibit their imaginative approach to sustainable cocktails, perfectly paired with Syrco BASÈ’s indigenous-inspired ingredients, many of which are sourced directly from the culinary hub’s garden.

Local Heroes Arya – Syrco BASÈ

As the creative village and community hub of Potato Head is renowned for hosting Indonesia and the world’s most in-demand artists, music will play a vital role throughout the event. For the full spectrum of each team’s masterful skills and ingenuity, guests will also be able to experience Syrco BASÈ Bar’s bites to pair with the cocktail tasting selection.

On 4 April, history will be made in Bali as Syrco Bakker is joined by fellow two Michelin-starred chef, Nick Bril from The Jane in Antwerp, Belgium. Coming in at no. 39 on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2023 list, the Michelin Guide describes The Jane as “a designer-inspired culinary temple” that is lauded for its sophisticated and highly skilled cooking.

After the two world class chefs seek inspiration while visiting a local permaculture gardener and wild food forager, diners can embark on an exclusive and edifying culinary journey with drinks pairing from 5.00 pm to 8.00 pm at Syrco BASE Ku, the culinary hub’s intimate, immersive space for a maximum of 12 guests.

Local Heroes Apéritif-Bar-Mixiologist-Panji

Later in the evening from 7:00pm, Chef Nick will be demonstrating both his culinary and musical prowess at Syrco BASÈ Bar. To bring balance to his life as a chef, Nick has also built a career as a reputable DJ, playing up to 50 sets at major festivals in Belgium and internationally each year. After presenting a menu of bar food and cocktails specially created with the Syrco BASÈ team, he’ll hit the decks until late for an unforgettable dining and dancing experience.

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