Arak, Spice and Everything Nice

Dining | Written By, Life on the Island |

Continuing the traditions of Mozaic Restaurant in Ubud, Chef Chris Salans is bringing his love for Indonesian ingredients out of the kitchen and into the bar.

Spice by Chris Salans Night Bar Arak

His popular gastro-bar on Jalan Raya Ubud, Spice by Chris Salans, will now stay open until midnight, showcasing a Night Bar presenting a special list of cocktails featuring local spirits and ingredients, alongside a new menu of Indonesian finger food to accompany.

One of the focuses of the new Spice night bar is to re-introduce people to the traditional Balinese spirits of Arak and Brem, bringing local culture into the venue’s mixology menu.

Cocktails are made with arak and brem, as well as imported spirits, and are mixed with local ingredients to really give them a unique, Indonesian edge and flavour. Some examples include, Red Line, with jackfruit arak, grape arak, clarified pineapple, pandan syrup; or Biu Batu, with Banana Arak, Brem, Fermented Banana, Caramelized Banana Syrup, Clarified Citrus, Orange Bitters, Banana Skin Paper.

Spice by Chris Salans

Jalan Raya Ubud, Ubud, Bali 80571
+62 361 4792420
www.spicebali.com

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