Bawang Merah Restaurant, Somewhat hidden in the northernmost section of Jimbaran Bay, at Pantai Kelan, our restaurant is perhaps bit tricky to find but well worth the effort for seafood lovers and those appreciating a romantic sunset dinner. It is set away from the main strip of seafood cafes at Jimbaran Bay and impresses with a clean, natural, secluded appeal. Our staff is friendly, pricing is transparent and our scales always read correctly.
Bawang Merah Restaurant, Opened in October 2011, this genuine place is owned and directed by well-known Balinese restaurateur Ibu Indri. You can expect delicious grilled snapper, lobster, prawns and calamari, but also Balinese specialties such as Bali duck and chicken sambal onion. The small bar serves up refreshing cocktails, local wines, cold beer and juices and even herbal jamu drinks.
Bawang Merah Restaurant, take food on the beach in Jimbaran is a quintessential part of many visitor’s itinerary when coming to Bali. A wonderfully calm golden beach, Jimbaran sweeps gently from the airport south towards the Bukit.
Jimbaran Bay is home to dozens of restaurants in three different groupings, all set along the beach. The three sections are Muaya, Kedonganan and Kelan. Tables are set up right on the sand and if you sit at the lowest tables at high tide, you can even get your feet wet.
The sea breeze is cool, the sunset are beautiful and the whole area is lit by candles and oil torches after dark. It’s a lovely experience to eat fresh seafood with your toes in the sand while the waves of the bay lap the shoreline.