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Place Category: Eat and Sunday BrunchingPlace Tags: 55, 88, 57, and 58

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  • Eco-friendly family fun…

    This eco-friendly village resort offers yoga classes, a spa, accommodation and a restaurant.  With a relaxed, bohemian, hippie-chic vibe (ie: take your shoes off and leave your ego and worries at the door) this is the kind of place for a family to hang out together, just be and while away a few hours eating, relaxing and enjoying your time together.

    You can choose to dine in the restaurant or poolside, and are welcome to stay on and have a dip in the pool, and then wander back through the stunning garden setting and organic veggie gardens, of which a lot of the menu ingredients come from.  Kids have their very own menu here with Indonesian favourites including sate and nasi goreng, as well as more familiar dishes of pasta, pizza and even peanut butter and jelly sandwiches (on the healthier option of brown bread of course)!  But the polenta chippies served along with a fresh banana and mango juice are our little ones fave snack to munch on.

    Children’s traditional Balinese dance classes (taught in Bahasa Indonesian) are also offered and are complimentary to all members of the community.  For the mini yogini’s, kids yoga classes are held on the weekends,  and combined with brunch and a swim after makes for a peaceful welcome to the weekend. Ommmm…..

    A Little Bali Love family favourite – not just for the delicious food and divine setting, but also for the love and thought behind it and the strong community focus.