Syrco Basè’s New Menus Champion Indonesia’s Artisans 

Culinary Traditions and Exciting Future in Michelin-Star Style

After its triumphant debut in Indonesia’s dining scene at the beginning of this year, Syrco BASÈ, the pioneering culinary hub north of Ubud helmed by two Michelin-starred chef, Syrco Bakker, is set to unveil its new menus. Responding to the shifting season while sharpening its focus on Bali’s artisans and the archipelago’s diverse food traditions, the new menus reaffirm Syrco BASÈ’s commitment to transparency, nature and traceability. 

At the culinary hub’s flagship venue, Syrco BASÈ Ku, just 14 guests are guided by Chef Syrco through a three-hour epicurean journey that transcends dining to create a singular gastronomic experience. Open evenings twice a week, the intimate space in earthy tones of sage green and hazelnut brown overlooks the edible garden, providing the ultimate “playground” for the world-renowned chef to demonstrate his culinary philosophy and masterful prowess. Ku is where he connects deeply with guests while meticulously assembling each culinary moment, and sharing the stories of the people and the places behind each one. 

For Ku’s new menu, the Syrco BASÈ family has created the gastronomic manifestation of its compelling story and core pillars. Throughout the dining experience, 18 culinary moments are served across six chapters, beginning with Traditions and Bali Heroes, and concluding with The Future and Indulgence.

Guests can expect exquisite moments such as GROUPER (aloe vera, sambal ijo, garden blooms), which evokes the tranquil hues of Monet’s Water Lilies, and TUNA (tomato, ginger, walnut), summoning the soothing precision of a Japanese Zen garden.  

Commenting on the new 18-moment menu, Chef Syrco explains, “While Ku’s inaugural concept was an ode to Bali’s incredible artisans, products and customs, the new one has been greatly expanded to tell our evolving story.

From our respect for local traditions, culture and religion and our harmonious collaborations, to our constant research and development processes and desire to surprise and delight, the new menu ultimately showcases on the plate how we are living our core values and beliefs.”

Within the terracotta walls and elegant wood paneling of Syrco BASÈ Restaurant — a sophisticated yet sociable two-floor sanctum with a seating capacity for 50 — the three new menus put the best of Bali on the table, along with innovative testaments to Indonesia’s diverse culinary traditions.

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