Just a short walk along the water’s edge from Brighton’s iconic pier, you’ll find Bali Brasserie – a well-established bar and restaurant serving Indonesian and Malaysian cuisine on Hove’s seafront. Established in the late 1980s, it has been the top choice for Far Eastern dining in the Brighton and Hove area for over 20 years. The sleek, modern decor, great service and authentic cuisine have earned the restaurant a devoted local following. It’s also a perfect choice for visitors to the area looking for an exciting dining experience.
The dishes featured on the bar and restaurant menus represent two very distinct countries with the same level of culinary skill – a testament to owner Tanjit Calais’s passion for travel. Born in Indonesia, Tanjit has extensively explored the Far East, with a particular love of Malaysia. His resulting menus feature dishes rarely seen in the UK outside of the top London restaurants. The famous Indonesian rijsttafel, which translates to rice table, is the house speciality. This set menu of 15 delightful dishes for just £20.95 is a perfect introduction to Indonesian food. Marinated chargrilled chicken is followed by beef, chicken and king prawn dishes cooked in a number of delicious sauces that showcase an invigorating array of flavours. If you’re looking for refreshing drink in an informal ambience, the Tropical Bar offers an unrivalled selection of drinks, light bites, and plenty of entertainment.