As we nearby a finish of 2017, it seems Bali’s famous Seminyak community is removing all kinds of new dining destinations. We brought we news of Sarong Group’s new steampunk-inspired Thai restaurant recently, now we spin a courtesy towards a newly non-stop AYA Restaurant. Coming from owners Juanjo Suárez and Rafael Sanchez, a new further to Seminyak’s kinetic dining stage is a desirous mix of Peruvian-Asian alloy food with a splendid atmosphere desirous by travel art.
Renowned cook Marco Cuevas leads a kitchen, overseeing AYA’s enterprising strife of street-food desirous dishes, thumping beats, and visible pops of colour. The aim has been to offer Seminyak locals and visitors a witty and affordable civic grill that sets a loose stage for exploring a singular Peruvian-Asian fusion.
“Our venue is a church for a senses, with extraordinary food and drinks in a space that showcases artistic minds from all over a world,” explained Sanchez, extolling a childish atmosphere that has been made by engineer Helen Milne towards a heterogeneous and energetic universe of travel artwork. In many ways, this creates AYA both a grill and a gallery, with copiousness of pleasing surfaces and finishes credited to artists all around a world. A outrageous picture by obvious London artist D*Face is featured, as good as works by Banksy and Space Invader. All artworks are also for sale, and there will be a unchanging revolution of featured pieces.
A dedicated Ceviche Bar is enclosed alongside a categorical kitchen, where signatures concentration on tender fish dishes regulating locally sourced ingredients. Cueva has drawn on influences from a inland Inca race and elements introduced by Asian immigrants, definition that there’s copiousness of Japanese and Chinese twists on Peruvian traditions.
AYA Street Restaurant
Address: Jl. Petitenget No.99 A, Kerobokan Kelod, North Kuta, Seminyak, Bali
Contact: +62 877-6302-9889