Bali Eats: Corner House, Seminyak

Two years ago, eating was never at the top of my mind. I would scour cute little shops for trinkets that you’d never find in Kuala Lumpur or Singapore. Fast forward today, I find myself inside the cosy, buzzing Corner House, over ordering as usual because I was greedy. I’ve discovered the joy of exploring new places to eat and dine with my best friend, Sherelyn. She has a knack of making sure we cover the right places, so I rely wholeheartedly on her decisions – food-wise, and maybe life matters.

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When entering the café, you’ll be greeted by rustic concrete floorings, simple wood furniture and smiley staff members. We took our place by the large windows so we could people-watch as well. There is an outdoor patio too, which makes for a romantic evening  amidst the lush greenery.

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DSC00397[1]There’s also a bar area in the middle of the café, that you could retreat to. Just clean, minimal structures – that strongly reminds me of Melbourne vibes.

When we got down to eating, I got so greedy that I ordered and walloped three dishes off the menu. You should have seen the look of the other patrons around us! I wanted olives, so I got olives, together with ham and toasties and fries with some mini burgers. Bar food, nonetheless but I didn’t waste my food, so there. Sher had a yummy tuna avocado dish with chips and salad. This was how it looked, a meal for two #girlswhoeat

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Address: Corner House, Jalan Kayu Aya, Seminyak, Bali.

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