La Plancha, a flourishing place on Mesari Beach at Seminyak's southern end, prods your faculties with sprinkles of hues all through its two-level structure and with a menu of delectable flame broils and Spanish food. With enormous and brilliant parasols on its beachfront, it bids most at dusk when you can sink into beanbags around smaller than expected tables spread out on the sand. Satisfying its name, La Plancha (actually 'the flame broil') serves an assortment of Spanish and grilled joys. Open for breakfast, lunch and supper, the bistro is an inviting stopover on morning shoreline walks, multi day out in the waves or for the sake of entertainment evening social events. An ordinary plan presents grouped gigs and live DJs.
Spaniard Luigi Ferrara wished to bring along a portion of his country's seaside eating feel to this unwinding beachside, and the outcome was La Plancha, respecting its first progression of regulars in 2010. Traces of Spanish impacts appear through its brilliant wooden cottage, from where it offers one of Bali's extraordinary dusk feasting encounters. As the sky obscures, lighting floods the beachside while racers plug in their turntables, turning energetic beats going from soul to reggae and relax. With each turn of the day, the sand before the bistro is quickly cleared from the previous evening's arrangements; parasols collapsed and beanbags concealed – on reserve for another night's round. At sunup, the settings is extraordinary for the individuals who wish to have their morning treat with the white Seminyak ocean side and moving surf in view.
The refreshment rundown is satisfactory, posting nearby pilsner top choices, for example, Bintang and other worldwide lagers, just as milkshakes and juices to cooling lassies. For mixed drinks, evaluate the run of the mill Spanish wine punch of Sangria, and you can generally go for the mark Mojitos for a cool and invigorating shoreline taste. Head upstairs to the top deck where you will love the open perspective on the shoreline and skyline. Thus, tables and seats painted in various hues are set under waving palm conceals, with Moroccan-style lights that give a pretty closer view to the seascape. In general, the setting is loose and provincial, with decent vibes day and night, and administration conveyed by a group of inviting, laidback and unassuming staff. Wide-open perspectives, invigorating breezes, straightforward however fulfilling menus and drink determinations supplement the La Plancha experience, perfect for a table-for-two or families and companions.