Located prominently on Jalan Petitenget in Seminyak, Vagabondo restaurant has emerged as a distinctive addition to Bali’s culinary landscape.
Renowned artist Morris Levis spearheads this establishment, aiming not only to offer exquisite dining but also to create an immersive art space.
“Vagabondo is a blend of history, bridging classic and contemporary elements. It’s a place where people gather for good food and shared experiences,” explained Morris in a statement sent to Coconuts Bali, emphasizing its communal essence.
Every detail at Vagabondo, from its cuisine to its ambiance, is meticulously crafted to engage the senses. Morris aims to challenge perceptions by making art and dining more approachable. The sharing menus foster a sense of connection among diners.
Upon entering Vagabondo, patrons are enveloped in an artistic ambiance akin to stepping into an artist’s sanctuary. Artistry is not confined to the dishes but extends to architecture, decor, and even handwritten menus.
The restaurant’s European-inspired design, with fewer tables to prioritize intimacy, creates an inviting yet communal atmosphere where time seems to slow down, reminiscent of the unhurried European lifestyle.
In culinary terms, Vagabondo stands out for its fusion of Greek and Mediterranean flavors. Signature dishes like the salt-crusted red snapper and the smoked octopus carpaccio offer patrons an authentic yet modern take on Greek cuisine.
Vagabondo welcomes a diverse clientele, operating from 6pm to 2am, Tuesday through Sunday. It caters to both culinary enthusiasts seeking an authentic experience and night owls in search of a refined late-night spot.
The restaurant accommodates up to 60 seated guests and offers space for up to 200 attendees for private events, making it an inclusive destination for various occasions.
Petitenget St No.17d, Kerobokan, Kuta Utara, Badung Regency, Bali 80361
Opens everyday except Mondays from 6pm to 2am.