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Tucked in a quiet side street in the heart of Seminyak, Otto is the first vegetarian restaurants in Bali to introduce a food ball concept. Popular for a while in cities such as New York and Milan is having your food in a ball. Once you get used to this circular concept you realize the possibilities are endless – tofu chickpea balls, millet pumpkin balls, soy kofta, mani mani eggplant balls, falafel, spinach balls! These are all present and you can pair them in a simple fast food way with the side and dressing of your choice to create a satisfying healthy meal that won’t break your budget.

The Italian creator takes care to source only the best quality ingredients so that she truly recreates the taste of her motherland, and then experiments with the international fusion that is South Bali.

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The space is unexpected, from the street you see a neon Otto sign (which means eight in Italian – a ball on top of a ball of course!) and a small deli section. Embark on the stairs and you will be surprised at the size of the airy terrace and specially at the beautiful view onto a large green field, amplitude that is a true luxury in the bustling center of Seminyak.

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The decor is minimal and industrial and the music a mix of world flavors, much like its menu. And the best part? Balls make great desserts! For the ultra health conscious you can go for the power balls, but if like us you think dessert means chocolate – the chocolate truffle trio is mouthwatering.



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