What a gem of a place to visit
Dined here with two friends and am so glad we did, the food and the service was exquisite! We had the chefs menu which was delicious and incredibly good value. Unfortunately on the night we visited the guitarist was unwell so we missed out on hearing Lonny sing, but had a couple of conversations with him and he is such a lovely man. Lonny explained the meaning of the restaurant name and that it is his home, and he certainly made us welcome in his beautiful home. The restaurant has some lovely touches in particular the lovely portrait of Lonny’s mother who watches over the restaurant with loving eyes. Lonny explained that the restaurant was a tribute to his mum who taught him how to cook. The other piece of interest was a picture of Lonny and his co host from when he hosted a cooking show in Holland a number of years ago. This is a must visit for anyone who enjoys food if you are visiting Bali. A truely lovely experience!
30 Oct 2018
Frank Sinatra at its best
I followed a friend who is the guitarist and i must say this place is like a home away from home. Variety of local food. Was observing that the owner Lonny always availabe to meet and greet guest to ensure the have a memorable experience.Present at the pass to make sure food movement between kitchen are executed well.And when he starts to sing,my god its gives me goosebump with his frank sinatra greatest hits.For those who are looking for local food with great ambience,this is the place.
01 Oct 2018
One of the best restaurants for Indonesion/Balinese food
Masterchef Lonny and his staff provided us after a warm welcome again (we came back after interval of 2 years) with fantastic dishes to Lonny's choice (in stead of the traditional Indonesian Rijsttafel). Excellent, what a treatment in different flavours, presentation and colours. Balinese music at the back ground and songs performed by the chef himself made the fantastic evening for us complete. Thanks Lonny, Gordon and staff, we (Pieter and Marianne) will certainly come back. The traditional built restaurant is surrounded by rice fields north of Kuta and Den Pasar, west of Sanur in the Kerobokan area which gives it a fantastic Balinese and intimate atmosphere. Without traffic jam approx 30-45 minutes by taxi - low fares to be negotiated with the driver (Tip1: make use of your hotel taxi or the blue bird taxi's) Tip2: especially in the weekends it is recommended to make a reservation in advance for this popular - but never growded - restaurant.
13 Sep 2018
D'Roemah by Lonny
Jl. Merta Agung No. 48, Bali, Indonesia