In response to the loyal customer’s demand in Ubud, Spice by the celebrated chef Chris Salans has just announced its new outlet in the epicentre of dining in Sanur. Applying French cooking techniques in the local sourced ingredients, Spice Sanur offers a package of surprising flavours and a culinary experience of Indonesia’s aromatic roots, herbs, and spices. The cuisine encompasses the precious Slipper lobster with curry-leaf butter and tempe, or Snapper carpaccio with tamarind croutons and rujak. As for the interior, the new venue in Sanur is a combination between Indonesian archipelago and contemporary artisan styling.
Famous as a gastro-bar, Spice is dedicated to provide some of the best drinks in Bali. Creative cocktails are built around fresh ingredients, whole spices, and fine imported spirits. There is also a good selection of wines. Chef Chris Salans will also lend you his expertise to choose the right drink with the food you order. The most distinguishing feature of Spice is the concept of “Open Kitchen” which makes the dining experience a lot more interactive and interesting. The guests are able to enjoy the process where they see Indonesian ingredients picked, cut and mixed into the foods and cocktail. All this embraced with the smart, hospitable service, makes Spice a favoured hangout for hipsters and foodies.
Credit to Spies Sanur