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Laka Leke Garden restaurant

http://www.lakaleke.com/

LAKA-LÉKÉ means “hideaway” in Balinese, is the sister restaurant of Café Wayan and Bakery on Monkey Forest Road, Ubud.

The name “LAKA-LÉKÉ” is appropriate since the restaurant is literally “hidden away” between two well know places in UBUD, the famous Monkey Forest and the unique wood-carving village of Nyuh Kuning.

Since it first opened, Laka Leke Garden restaurant has become known for its attractive, spacious design, with separate, tree-shaded pavilions offering beautiful views of gardens, lily ponds and rice fields. Fine food, friendly service, and a romantic atmosphere in the midst of Balinese culture all serve t make Laka Leke a place to visit and experience.

Laka Leke Garden restaurant is located in beautiful natural surroundings close to the famous Monkey Forest Temple, just a few minutes walk from the centre of Ubud.
Our spacious garden bordering on the rice-fields offers a unique, enchanting atmosphere, with separate pavilions for private dining.

Every Monday at 8.00 p.m. we provide a special buffet, with a 100 member dance troupe performing the well

known Kecak and Fire Dance on an open stage, illuminated by dozens of flickering oil lamps. You are welcome to take photographs and invited to meet the artist.

Enjoy a variety of dances performed by children, followed by the entertaining “Joged”, in which two young female dancers invite guests to join in.
All accompanied by a traditional bamboo gamelan orchestra knows as “Tingklik”. Private Buffet can be arranged for groups. Every Thursday at 8.00 p.m.

Laka Leke Garden restaurant also cater for wedding parties (50-200 person), arranged to suit your requirements. Select the menu, music and dances of your choice. Wedding costumes can be provided if needed.

Each afternoon we offer workshops for those interested in learning about traditional Balinese arts, crafts and cultural activities,such as wood craving, egg and kite painting, bamboo plaiting, gamelan, preparation of offerings, as well as the traditional communal meal known as “Megibung”. Please contact us for further information.

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