Bali’s award winning ‘Metis Restaurant, Lounge & Gallery’ famous for their exquisite French cuisine, fine selection of wines and a gallery with the most impressive collection of contemporary and antique art, is complimenting its roster with the opening of a new Lounge. Designed by the famous Artalenta Indonesia, Architects and Interior Design, the new Lounge is situated directly behind the restaurant overlooking a beautiful water lily pond garden and features a truly unique, trendy ambiance. In addition to great cocktails and delicious tapas, a topnotch entertainment line-up gives the new Lounge an international appeal. The high tech retractable roof ensures the great times continue even during the unpredictable rainy season.
According to Said Alem, the Managing Director, “Metis is always striving to innovate, while giving its customers the
service and experience they’re paying for.” With the new Lounge, Metis offers a 360-degree concept that is one-of-a-kind in Bali and caters to all the latest trends. The perfect start to a great night at Metis, or simply before you hit Bali’s nightclub scene, the new Lounge is destined to be Bali’s next “can’t-miss” hotspot. The new Lounge was launched in May 2014 via a number of exclusive, invitation-only event that has yet to be seen in Bali and on par with the jet set standards.
This multi-functional property boasts a comfortable160- seat restaurant capacity of warm earth-inspired tones that enhances the unsurpassed beauty of the surrounding rice fields with great subtlety. The upstairs function room is spacious and comprises a dedicated kitchen, bar and service team that can hold a minimum of 25 people to a maximum of up to 120 people with seated service. On the main level, next to one of the many fine boutiques just off the main restaurant area is the exclusive Private Cellar Dining Room, a more intimate affair for those wishing a little more privacy en-group for a minimum of six-guests to a maximum of ten. The fabulous Set Menu served here
incorporates degustation menus, with a choice from all the fabulous wines that are found in this veritable wine cellar.
The Gallery (situated in Metis Kerobokan), is specialized in unique artefacts from all over Asia, features an array
of superb and rare pieces handpicked from across the fascinating Asian countries. Most pieces are quite rare,
some are very ancient and all are outstanding examples of the dexterity of traditional Asian workmanship. Do
not however expect them to be certified antiques as such guarantee is almost impossible to obtain.
Discover handcrafted jewelry, one of a kind objet d’art and the best of Bali contemporary photographs and paintings, a large collection of art and Buddhas from all across Asia. Antiques and furniture from Burma, Northern Thailand,
India, Kalimantan, Java, China, and of course Bali are the eye-catchers thanks to the exquisite and rare beauty of
shapes, colours, materials.
Please visit www.metisbali.com to check out the exact dates of our upcoming events and secure your reservation for your next stay in Bali.
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