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Sisterfields, Bali

The Place

An Australian-run Seminyak restaurant serving all-day brunch as well as a lunch and dinner menu. Keep peepers peeled for Sisterfields villa accommodation opening soon. If the hospitality at their resto is anything to go by, we can expect something special.

The Neighbourhood

Slap bang in the middle of Seminyak and a short stroll from the beach. It’s the kind of place that’s hard to miss.

A Good Shout for…

A tasty brunch, no matter what time you roll out of bed. Or grabbing a quick coffee and pastry to go if you’re not in the mood for the full Monty.

The Best Bits

  • The Insta-friendly interior. A marble counter. Blue leather banquettes. And a pretty little terrace too.
  • A phenomenal brunch menu of eggs, avo, granola and smoothies. All the usual suspects. And all served in typically hearty Australian portions. You don’t leave this place hungry.
  • The coffee. Some of the best I’ve ever had. 

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Bela Molnar
Merah Putih, Bali | Mr Globetrotter says 18/09/2019

[…] (in different directions) from a few other Bali favourites, Sardine (for Eurasian cuisine) and Sisterfields (for […]

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Bela Molnar
Mama San, Bali | Mr Globetrotter says 01/10/2019

[…] And not far from my other favourite Bali haunts. If Mama San doesn’t fit the bill, it’s always Sisterfields for brunch, Sardine for seafood and Merah Putih for the most perfect Indonesian […]

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