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Bali's traditional and contemporary art and fashion are renowned throughout the world. We have selected only the finest for our gallery with care and discernment. Discover hand-crafted jewelry, one-of-a-kind objet d'art and the best of Bali's...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Jl. Petitenget no. 6, Kerobokan Kelod, Denpasar 80361, Indonesia
After attending last Saturday night for our 40th anniversary at Metis, they emailed for feedback & included separate email link if we weren’t happy. We weren’t, so I emailed rather than put it up on Trip Advisor. Still no reply! So I am now warning...More
I was staying in Seminyak with family for one week, although I enjoyed it, I found the prevalence of Western fast food irritating. This restaurant is hidden but is a fabulous place to visit, the cocktail bars are fantastic as is the outdoor space. The...More
This is a beautiful gallery, with wonderful things to look at, in a delightful, sophisticated setting. But, most people end up here not for the shopping,but for the FOOD!
Metis is a famous restaurant with a "must see' garden. Even if you are in the...More
This is a beautifully presented restaraunt and its sheer size wow's you as you enter. It is a mix of art gallery and restaraunt and in terms of interest and uniqueness this place has it all. The art is displayed throughout the restaraunt and plays...More
We dined here with friends celebrating a birthday. It was stunning.
The food is excellent but rather more expensive than normal in Bali. For a celebration it was exactly what we required.
The staff even provided birthday song and candles.
Very extensive menu here.
Firstly the restaurant is beautifully set out and looks amazing. You could just sit here and enjoy the setting over a drink. But you won't because the food is some of the best we have had in Bali. The highlights were the foui gras which...More