Manggar Bali’s Delightful Fusion of Southeast Asian Flavors

Tradition Meets Innovation

Manggar Bali is a modern wood fire grill restaurant focusing on local products with Southeast Asian touch, just 200 meters from Echo Beach, proudly announces its grand opening. Drawing inspiration from rich flavors and sustainable practices, Manggar Bali offers a unique fusion of Southeast Asian cuisine with contemporary Western influences, delivering an unforgettable dining experience.

Genuine and fresh flavors are highlighted through dishes crafted from locally sourced ingredients, supporting local farmers and producers from the land to the sea. The menu features wood fire grilled specialties such as fresh daily catch Grilled Market Fish and for the vegan option; Barley Risotto is served with roasted shimeji mushroom, tempe, herb pure, and a dash of chili oil.

The goal is to provide a dining experience that celebrates the flavor diversity of Southeast Asian cuisine, making each visit a delightful exploration of flavors and warm hospitality.

Manggar, meaning the flower of the coconut tree, symbolizes the abundant natural resources and tropical climate of the Indonesian Archipelago.

This heritage is integral to the restaurant’s identity. The name also holds personal significance for the owner, Lukman Sujianto, who grew up in the Manggar neighborhood of Balikpapan, East Kalimantan. The nostalgic charm of his childhood is seamlessly woven into the fabric of Manggar Bali.

Chef Wayan Kresna Yasa, a celebrated Balinese chef renowned for his mastery of Southeast Asian flavors and sustainable practices, collaborates with us to bring his expertise to the table. With training from the Washburne Culinary Institute in the USA and experience in Michelin-starred kitchens, Chef Wayan curates a diverse menu celebrating local ingredients.

His dishes are infused with the rich, smoky essence of the wood fire grill, offering clean, precise flavors that evoke both nostalgia and curiosity, elevating your dining experience.

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