Quirky decor and stylish din­ing loved by kids and adults alike.

Asia Dreams - - FASHION -

One of the most pop­u­lar places for a meal in Bali is the renowned Biku, which not only serves a vast range of de­li­cious food and drinks through­out the day un­til late evening but is found in a beau­ti­ful, 150-year old wooden joglo from Java with a fab­u­lously quirky decor.

Biku has a sur­pris­ingly com­plete range of Western and In­done­sian food on of­fer, from break­fasts right through to hearty din­ners, as well as a highly pop­u­lar se­lec­tion of cup­cakes and cakes by the slice.

Un­sur­pris­ingly, Biku also caters to chil­dren, serv­ing child-friendly por­tions of fried rice, sa­tay, sausage and mash, pasta and fish and chips, as well as sand­wiches and cup­cakes.

The pièce de ré­sis­tance for both adults and kids, how­ever, are the high teas. These come in Asian, Western, break­fast and kid's va­ri­eties and fly out of the kitchen from morn­ing un­til evening.

The chil­dren's high tea set is served on a beau­ti­ful china tiered plate, just like the adult ver­sion, and is laden with scones, jam and cream, cup­cakes, peanut but­ter and ham fin­ger sand­wiches and fairy bread, ac­com­pa­nied by fruit juice or chil­dren's tea. The brightly coloured ic­ing, rain­bow sprin­kles on the fairy bread and lit­tle gin­ger­bread men bring de­lighted gasps and are quickly de­voured. Biku also pro­vides colour­ing books, toys and board games to keep the kids oc­cu­pied so that mum and dad can en­joy their own meal too.


Jalan Petitenget No. 888, Seminyak, Bali 80361, In­done­sia

T: (+62) 851 0057 0888

Biku tra­di­tonal af­ter­noon tea

Chil­dren's high tea set

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