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The charming Talaga Sampireun arrives in Bali!

Experience lakeside dining with authentic Indonesian flavors at Talaga Sampireun’s first Bali outlet, located just 10 minutes from the airport with exclusive promotions for travelers.

Lakeside dining area at Talaga Sampireun Bali

Talaga Sampireun is excited to open its first outlet on the island of Bali! Experience lakeside dining and the authentic flavours of Indonesian cuisine, located conveniently near the airport, with plenty of exciting promotions for travellers. 

Lakeside dining at Talaga Sampireun Bali

The island’s Indonesian culinary scene is set to receive a refreshing new addition, with the opening of Talaga Sampireun Bali. This beloved Indonesian restaurant chain has been operating for over a decade, and has recently unveiled its 8th and first-ever flagship outlet in Bali. This exciting debut welcomes diners to a distinctly Indonesian dining paradise, with a contemporary modern touch. 

Semi outdoor dining area at at Talaga Sampireun Bali

Showcasing Indonesia through Nusantara dishes, Talaga Sampireun Bali is conveniently located just 10 minutes from I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport, making it an accessible dining spot for local and international tourists arriving and departing the island. The venue is also equipped with luggage storage and a flight information board, ensuring travellers can enjoy the meal with convenience and ease.

Aerial view of Talaga Sampireun Bali

Talaga Sampireun, meaning ‘Rest House’ in Sundanese, features West Javanese architecture-style pavilions, overlooking lush surroundings and a serene lake. This creates a charming harmony of traditional and contemporary aesthetics, thanks to the creative mind of design architect Kelvin Thengono.

Ayam Bakar Bekakak by Talaga Sampireun Bali

This pleasant lakeside setting enhances the exquisite Nusantara cuisine made using fresh, premium ingredients at the restaurant. Diners will also get to experience the halal-certified dishes available at other Talaga Sampireun outlets from outside of Bali, such as the Gurame Terbang, Patin Pepes Bambu, Ayam Betutu and Iga Garang Asam, along with the newest addition to the menu, Baby Lobster.

Baby lobster bakar bumbu seafood by Talaga Sampireun Bali

Fresh off your flight or fuelling-up for your departure? Talaga Sampireun Bali is offering an exclusive ‘Boarding Pass Promo’ for travellers! Simply show your boarding pass to receive 20% off your food bill! 

Don’t miss out on this unique dining experience and the great deals available at Talaga Sampireun Bali!

For more information and reservations, visit Talaga Sampireun Bali’s official website and social media page


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