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Akar Restaurant’s Semi-Opened Cocoon Structure Accentuates the Breathtaking Bali Nature

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Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
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Akar Restaurant is a part of K.Club Ubud, a luxury villas eco-complex nestled in Bali’s jungle, surrounded by terraced rice fields with extensive views of the rainforest and waterfalls. The complex offers a unique and relaxing experience in the heart of nature. 

Akar Restaurant’s Semi-Opened Cocoon Structure Accentuates the Breathtaking Bali Nature

Towering above the treetops, the spacious semi-opened cocoon structure accentuates the breathtaking views of the jungle. Married with natural-tones materials, Akar Restaurant lends a timeless radiant feeling to the dining, kitchen and bar areas. 

Akar Restaurant’s Semi-Opened Cocoon Structure Accentuates the Breathtaking Bali Nature

The roof design follows traditional Balinese methods with massive bamboo arches covered in sirap wood. The open kitchen was arranged around a central cooking fire that enhances the authentic approach of the restaurant concept, focused on fine Indonesian-inspired healthy food with a twist, made from organic vegetables grown in the resort’s garden alongside locally-sourced ingredients. 

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