Nyoman’s Beer Garden: Hangout Place in Bali

September 14, 2014 / By / Post a Comment

Nyoman’s Beer Garden was founded by the German chef Andreas Menzel that can be highly noticed along the strip of restaurants parading outside Nusa Dua resort complex. 

After a very long day of touring around Bali, we decided to just sit, relax and eat at Nyoman’s Beer Garden. Food menu is displayed at the entrance on a stand and against brick walls. The wooden bar counter displays a garage of wine with wooden bar stools.

Beside the bar is the restaurant’s garden where more tables and chairs are arranged that can welcome around 50 hungry guests. The garden offers a refreshing alfresco dining experience. A mini stage is set at the end where musicians give an even livelier, party atmosphere to the place.

Nyoman’s actually has an extensive menu including Balinese cuisines, pizza, pasta, steak, burgers, Chinese dishes and more. They also have a wide range of drinks like smoothies, cocktails and wines.

We just wanted something light for the night that’s why we only ordered Marinara Pizza (IDR 75,000) and some drinks. Their Marinara Pizza has shrimps, squid and tuna together with black olive and oregano leaves in mozzarella cheese. There was nothing special with the pizza, just a simple Marinara indeed. Our drinks included Chocolate Milkshake (IDR 35,000) and Bintang, Bali’s local beer (1L for IDR 85,900).

For those wanting to just have a chill out night near Nusa Dua, Nyoman’s Beer Garden is a nice place to hang out with. There’s a lot to try on their menu. Nyoman’s Beer Garden offers a free transportation to guests back to their hotel within the Nusa Dua area.

Operating Hours and Other Info

Operating Hours: Daily, 10AM-12MN
Address: Jl. Pantai Mengiat, Nusa Dua, Bali
Contact No.:0361 775746

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