Jalan Petitenget In The Heart of Seminyak
Jalan Petitenget In The Heart of Seminyak 27. July 2019
Bali in recent years has seen a massive sprout of cafes and restaurants. One of our favourite area is the two kilometer street of Jalan Petitenget, in the heart of the Seminyak/Kerobokan neighbourhood.

With a neighbourhood feel of this area, we sought out a few gems that we liked. Whether you’ve hired a driver, rented a bike or simply cycling your way around Bali, be sure to give this little neighbourhood a visit.


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Jalan Petitenget 14, Kerobokan, Bali
Tel +62 361 739 233+62 361 739 233
Opening hours: 10am to 12mn

BarbacoaBarbacoa is a restaurant on Jalan Petitenget, Kerobokan, dedicated to BBQ, wood fire, charcoal and loads of smoke. These combined fire methods have been influenced by Latin American style flavours to create rustic local dishes in a large warehouse space with high ceilings, recycled wood, mosaic tiled floors, sandstone walls, vintage leather banquettes which is totally unique and warm in every way.

The chefs, Adam Dundas-taylor and Sean Prenter are passionate and proud of the food they serve. Barbacoa has been chosen as one of Top 3 restaurants in Bali by Singapore Weekender.

Taco Local

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Taco LocalJalan Petitenget 900, Bali
Tel +62 361 7979 900
Opening hours: 12pm to 12mn

A ‘local’ take on modern taqueria, Taco Local employs a modern approach (not authentic nor texmex) to the Mexican dishes that are served in both Jakarta and Bali branch. Owned by Melbourne-educated Sebastian Subakti, or Seb, Taco Local is all about being local. Homemade salsa, no cheese and no sour cream. The focus is on the meat. Be messy and enjoy familiarity at the heart of Petitenget. There’s only one rule here: eat with your hands!


Jalan Petitenget 98x, Bali
Tel +62 361 473 0126

RayjinRayjin is serving fusion Japanese cuisine adjusting to Western and local taste, with well chosen high quality raw materials treated with classy teppanyaki cooking style.

Teppanyaki itself originated in 1945 by one of Japanese chain restaurant, which introduced the concept of cooking Western-influenced food on a griller, and it became more popular among Western who enjoyed both watching the skilled maneuvers of the chefs preparing the food as well as the cuisine itself. You don’t want to miss their Pork Belly Shougayaki.


MetisJl. Petitenget No.6, Kerobokan Kelod
Tel +62 361 473 7888

One of the hottest upscale dining spots in Bali, French chef Nicolas Tourneville has created a truly dining experience against the backdrop of Baliness rice paddies, where you can enjoy a globally-inspired menu featuring appertisers such as Tourneville’s signature pan-seared foie gras served hot with port and raspberry reduction, grilled Moroccan lamb rack, and pan-seared scallops and prawns with baby roasted potato, asparagus, and Shimeji mushrooms.

Grocer and Grind

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Grocer & GrindJl. Kayu Jati 3x, Petitenget Beach
Tel +62 361 730 418

A contemporary bistro & delicatessen situated in the heart of Seminyak’s stylish shopping and dining area of Petitenget. Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner, Grocer & Grind attracts a devout following of local expatriates and discerning tourists looking for a comfortable place with great food and service since opening in August 2007.

Rob Peetoom Hair Spa Bali

Jalan Petitenget 16, Bali
Tel +62 361 738 363

Rob Peetom Hair Spa BaliThe Rob Peetoom Hair Spa at Bali is a location that invites for luxurious hair & beauty treatments. The Hair Spa is environmentally friendly designed, which fits in the area, built of local materials, with respect for the land and using the local sources.

Drawing on Peetoom’s wealth of experience in cutting edge hair styling that has won him shining accolades in Europe, Rob trains local and international stylists to work the same magic at his on-site hair academy at the Bali salon. This way, each and every guest is treated to a range of high-end pampering services that will relax, rejuvenate and reinvent you.


Jl Batu Belig #21a, Kerobokan, Bali
Tel +62 361 780 7830

WatercressWatercress may not be on Jalan Petitenget but a the next street after, it’s a worthwhile visit for a delectable brunch. Visit Watercress and you’ll understand the promise “always fresh and plentiful, abundant goodness for all”.

The ever-crowded Watercress is run by six quirky staff—all locals, who passionately cook rustic breakfast selections, brew coffee, and is famous for lunch showcase. They believe it’s never the wrong time for two perfectly poached eggs over crunchy chat potatoes, rosemary butter mushrooms and peppery rocket thrown together with goat cheese and balsamic reduction or perhaps free range poached eggs over crispy sweet corn fritters, chunky avocado salsa, chili jam, sour cream and grilled bacon. Seriously, it’s that good.