Potato Head Beach Club in Bali is home to one of the best sunset views. The beach club has four restaurants, four bars, an infinity pool and large lawn, all overlooking the Indian Ocean.
The open-air, amphitheatre structure—designed by Indonesian architect Andra Matin—features an iconic facade comprised of colourful antique shutters salvaged from across Indonesia.
The programme of dance parties, exhibitions and installations includes both local and international DJs, musicians, artists and architects.
There are two amazing restaurants here that you must try:
The first restaurant in Indonesia to follow a zero-waste philosophy, Ijen proudly serves fresh seafood caught locally using a hand-reeling process in a spacious environment built from recycled materials. The daily selection of wood-fired fish is complemented by a range of creative plant dishes—like roasted cauliflower with keluwek tahini, pickled tropical fruits and grilled bean salad—as well as the signature conscious cocktails, in which the spirits are made in-house and the ingredient by-product is reused whenever possible.
While all food remnants are sent to Potato Head’s own nearby composting site or local farms, the menus are printed on sustainably harvested paper and bound to boards made from recycled truck tyres. The dining area is comprised of furniture made from foam offcuts and recycled wood, the floor is poured from a mix of broken plates, glasses and cement, and the lighting is LED—all working towards our evolution to become a waste-free, circular brand.
Kaum, which means “tribe” in Indonesian, is an authentic Indonesian restaurant located on the second floor of Potato Head Beach Club. The eclectic menu is a result of deep research across the archipelago and reflects the indigenous cooking methods, native ingredients, and traditional flavours of Indonesia’s tribal communities.
For more information, visit www.ptthead.com