Art, Culture, Culinary
Community Gathering with Anna Bogdanova
at Shrida, Taste of Ubud
Join us in a delightful evening at Shrida, Taste of Ubud this Friday, 19 July 2019 from 4 PM to 7.30 PM where you can enjoy a talkshow and dance performances by talented and beautiful Anna Bogdanova.
Anna Bogdanova is an internationally nominated dancer, performer, and artist; her recent works include performances at the Bali Breeze Project, SIMFes- Sawahlunto International Music Festival, Calon Arang rituals at the village temple, and Nadya Korotaeva’s Painting Exhibition. Anna is also a certified Balinese dance teacher who teaches dance to children around Bali.
A mecca for the artistic community and the gourmand who delights in the timeless beauty of the island’s exotic flavours, Shrida, Taste of Ubud is a place where gastronomy, art and culture come seamlessly together in a haven of taste, touch, sight and smell.
The Community Gathering takes place once a month and features renowned speakers from the artistic community such as filmmakers, musicians, authors and historians. Everyone and anyone is welcomed to join to exchange ideas, learn and discover facts and fiction in the artistic world.
Free entrance for everyone! To RSVP, please contact Gia 0813 1841 9958 or send an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ubud’s newest gastronomic sensation, Shrida, Taste of Ubud has opened its doors with the promise of an enticing new experience based on a unique cooking philosophy that focuses on wellness, freshness, taste and art. The name Shrida is a beautiful blend of both the founders names; SRIHADI, internationally acclaimed Indonesian painter and his beloved wife, FARIDA.
Elegantly designed on all three floors, the restaurant itself is a beautiful representation of the owners’ vision where modernity blends seamlessly together with local accents that represent the eternal beauty of Balinese culture and heritage. Casual Dining takes place on the ground floor amidst a stunning ambience with koi ponds, charming decorations and touches of flora and fauna, while the second floor is a lounge and bar area for gatherings and drinks before dinner. The third floor is a space for fine dining with a semi outdoor rooftop space for parties and star-gazing.
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