Exquisite Taste - - Up Close & Personal -

Kilo first opened in Sin­ga­pore be­fore open­ing an in­ti­mate out­let in Bali in 2014, and in no time at all, the restau­rant won the hearts of loyal din­ers with its charm­ing at­mos­phere and flavour­ful, in­ven­tive menu. Be­hind the sim­ple moniker is an en­dear­ing in­ten­tion to pro­vide guests with a homey place to bond over great food. The name Kilo came from the pho­netic word of the half blue, half yel­low nau­ti­cal flag for K, which bears the mes­sage “I wish to com­mu­ni­cate with you”. With that in mind, Kilo aims to com­mu­ni­cate and cre­ate mo­ments over hearty dishes, soul­ful mo­ments and heart­warm­ing conversations.

Build­ing around the raw idea of a util­i­tar­ian home, the am­bi­ence at Kilo is stylish but very com­fort­able and cosy at the same time, some­thing that ig­nites long, heart­felt talks over in­spired cock­tails. The food at Kilo is also a star in its own right. The kitchen team draws in­spi­ra­tion from a va­ri­ety of cuisines all over the world and an­chors the con­cepts to the her­itage of its own­ers and chefs. Ini­tially Kilo car­ried mostly Ja­panese fare, be­fore ex­pand­ing to in­cor­po­rate Ital­ian, South Amer­i­can, Thai and Ko­rean flavours in the menu.

With dif­fer­ent kinds of unique dishes, the menu at Kilo is meant to be shared. Check out some of the high­lights, in­clud­ing the seafood ce­viche with fresh tuna, salmon and oc­to­pus that will give the ap­petite a zesty kick, and the spicy duck and pomelo salad with nam yam, green mango and duck skin. The beef tongue tacos with ap­ple miso slaw, roasted jalapeño and gar­lic but­ter is def­i­nitely a favourite, and the chicken bul­gogi with pick­led shi­itakes, tem­pura flakes and horse­rad­ish mayo is not to be missed. There are many more of these ap­petis­ing del­i­ca­cies where they came from, so head to Kilo to cre­ate your own un­for­get­table din­ing mo­ment.

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