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Opening Hours

Monday

11:30 to 22:00

Tuesday

11:30 to 22:00

Wednesday

11:30 to 22:00

Thursday

11:30 to 22:00

Friday

11:30 to 22:00

Saturday

11:30 to 22:00

Sunday

11:30 to 22:00

Chiringuito El Kabron Formerly one of Bali’s best kept secrets since its quiet opening in June 2011 ,this Spanish restaurant offers a unique dining experience, with a menu featuring a selection of authentic Mediterranean dishes, and a unique ‘cliff club’ scene with laidback vibes where you can enjoy breathtaking birds’ eye-view of sunsets over one of Bali’s most favourite surf breaks. A swimmable freeform pool is surrounded by beanbags and sun loungers where you can lounge away with a cocktail at hand is another of Chiringuito El Kabron’s drawcards. A quite far-flung location and a unique cliff-top setting make for a must-visit when in Bali. Signature cocktails include the light green secret-recipe ‘sex on the cliff’, and a refreshing jug of homemade sangria is up for sharing. Full moon parties feature resident DJs spinning chill-out music from 17:00 until late.

Known for its splendid barrelling waves, Uluwatu and the southwest Bukit Peninsula is also popular for its sunset dining and hangouts, mainly with unique spots like El Kabron bordering the cliffs. While regular surfers will know the area like the back of their boards, the site is quite a search for first-timers – from the main Jalan Uluwatu heading toward Padang Padang, El Kabron is at the end of a long and winding limestone and dirt road.

Chiringuito El Kabron’s menu presents authentic and traditional Spanish and Mediterranean crafted by Executive Chef Marc Torices Guardia who brings to the venue years of experience from stints that include Barcelona’s Sant Pau Restaurant, one of Spain’s Michelin Star restaurants. From a semi-open kitchen Chef Marc Torices cooks up traditional Spanish tapas. These include among others, his own ‘las anchoas’ Mediterranean anchovies and sweet onion, ‘las bravas del kabron’ or Spanish fries with mayonnaise and spicy sauce, ‘pulpo a la gallega’ sliced octopus with smoked paprika and olive oil drizzled potatoes, and the ‘gambas al ajillo’ prawns cooked in spicy and garlic flavoured olive oil sauce.

As word of its fantastic setting and views has come out over time, reservations are a must, and you can expect long parking rows along the dirt road during the weekends. The crowd is a mix of locals, expats and tourists, and taxis will easily take you to and from the peninsula area. You can come for brunch or lunch, and stay for the whole afternoon to catch the sunsets. Kids are welcome to play and swim while the parents sink down into the blue beanbags with a signature, light green ‘sex on the cliff’ secret-recipe cocktail, a refreshing jug of homemade sangria, or a cool highball of mojito at hand.

Contact

Our Address:

Jalan Pantai Cemongkak, Pecatu

GPS:

-8.801728962462679, 115.11718849607689

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