The Bohemian-inspired beachside concept set to open its doors in Uluwatu. Located on the southernmost point of Bali is the soon-to-launch Minoo Beach Club. Meaning ‘heaven’ in Persian, Minoo Beach Club is a slice of paradise in the Bukit Peninsula. Settled alongside Melasti Beach in the pristine Ungasan region, the beachside venue is heavily inspired by the bohemian.
The Sendi A-designed venue is set to launch in May, with a 100-capacity restaurant, 38 sun loungers, and a 15-capacity alfresco dining area. There are also two impressive options in terms of cooling off – Minoo Beach Club boasts direct beach access, as well as a swimming pool.
Robby Fahmi Kurniawan is at the helm of the kitchen as head chef. He has drawn upon nine years of experience in the hospitality industry to sculpt a specialty menu merging classic Western flavours with those of Asia, created in collaboration with operations manager Caesario P. Putra.
In terms of the dining experience, Minoo Beach Club takes ample inspiration from the local fishing industry. “Minoo’s food specialty is seafood, as the space on which the beach club sits was once a fishing village,” says Chef Robby. “It’s from our history that we’ve drawn inspiration for most of the menu, as well as its interiors – the restaurant itself is a former fishing boat.”
Stand-out dishes for the new venue will include a ‘Catch of the Day’. Working in collaboration with local fisherman for fresh seafood, the venue will then be able to customise the fish in question to guests’ preferences, whether that be grilled, pan-fried, wok-fried or steamed.
Minoo Beach Club will open its doors to the public in May.