Bali Copper Kitchen & Bar | Pink Wings
Remember me talking about the awesome hotel we stayed at in Ubud, Bali, and how we almost didn't leave it? Lol. The thing is, they have a lovely little restaurant right next to their jungle infinity pool, as well as one of Ubud's best restaurants upstairs, so you literally have everything you could ever need or want at your fingertips. So who can blame me.

The upstairs Copper Kitchen and Bar has both indoor and outdoor seating but we chose outdoors for obvious reasons...you just can't beat this view for a romantic evening dinner in paradise. So if you're planning a trip to Bali, my first recommendation is: spend part of your trip in Ubud, it's a great central location for getting to many of Bali's attractions, and stay at Bisma Eight. Or even if you don't, make sure you stop by the Copper Kitchen and Bar for an amazing dining experience. Here's what we loved:

The view. Obvi.

Our welcome drink was a cold organic rosemary and lemon ginger tea. It was so refreshing and delicious, to the point that I plan on trying to recreate it somehow.

Creme brulee in an egg shell? Cool.

The scallops! We love a well-made scallop.

The braised pork belly.

They have a really delicious drink menu.

Everything is so beautifully plated and tastes as good as it looks.

I could keep going, but just check out the photos below and their website and you will understand.

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This post was compensated for by Bisma Eight but all opinions are of course my own.

21 comments

  1. Those scallops look amazing, and how beautiful is that restaurant?! Seriously loving these recaps of your trip!

    Paige
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  2. These photos look so beautiful! I would love to try creme brulee in an egg shell! :)

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  3. That restaurant is so nice. I like how private it looks! All those smaller portions look so exquisite and is that a very fancy version of a s'more?
    Have a cosy weekend :)
    MUCH LOVE KAREN
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    1. haha yeah, a very pretty smore lol

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  4. Oh what a restaurant! That view must have been incredible. And the desserts tray looks unreal!

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  5. wow, that looks so delicious gina :) And very beautiful place, too :)
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  6. Very lovely! Hope you have agreat Monday!

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  7. Oooh I wish I'd known about it when I was in Bali, looks delicious!
    Lots of love,
    Angie
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  8. Food looks delicious!! Love that restaurant!!
    Xoxo,
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  9. That is actually beyond beautiful. Even just looking at the view... this place is a win!

    Anna xx

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  10. I like this! Great post. :D

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  11. How gorgeous! Love the first photo so much! Everything about it is perfect - great shot!

    xo, mikéla / simplydavelyn.com

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  12. What a beautiful chocolate line-up. That place looks magical. Braised pork belly and scallops are two of those things I always pick, if I see them on the menu:)

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  13. Omgoodness, too gorgeous!! What dreams are made of.... :)

    Erica
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  14. Wow this place looks like it's straight out of a movie! I can definitely understand why you didn't want to leave haha. All the dishes look amazing, especially the scallops. I've just bookmarked this page so I can hopefully visit it one day if I'm ever in Bali :) xx

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    1. You should! It's only a couple hours flight from Australia!

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