• Ubud coffee artisan Seniman opens up shop inside Tonyraka Gallery

    Coffee and art: a beautiful combination. Photo: Seniman

    Ubud specialty coffee Seniman has opened up a shop in Tonyraka Gallery so you can now enjoy rich contemporary art from Indonesian artists with a rich Indonesian brew in hand.

    It only makes sense that Seniman, consistently ranked as one of Bali’s best cafes, would best be enjoyed at an art gallery, as the cafe’s name means “artist” in Bahasa Indonesia.

    Seniman has proved that it’s all about the craft of coffee, from the production and roasting, all the way down their custom wooden trays the coffee is served on. The “coffee studio” uses sister company Tetap Happy Coffee Roasters, a small-batch creative coffee roaster, that roasts all its own coffee for Seniman. Choose from a selection of single-origin beans from across the archipelago and how you want it brewed: siphon, pour-over-drip, or hand-pull, to name a few.

    The cafe inside Tonyraka keeps in line with the OG Seniman, offering various kinds of coffees, teas, juices, coffee-infused cocktails, along with a mix of Indonesian and Western dishes. Don’t miss their deconstructed—then reconstructed gado-gado.

    Tonyraka, located on Jl. Raya Mas, just 10 minutes south of Ubud, has been around since 1968. Formerly called Raka Gallery after its founder and master carver A.A Gede Raka Wirayuda, the business has been run by the carver’s son A.A Bagus Tony Hartawan since 1997. Under Hartawan’s direction, the gallery has brought in a mix of modern and contemporary artworks, along with tribal art collections from Bali and other Indonesian islands, and paintings from young up and coming Indo artists, as well as works from some overseas artists.

    FIND IT

    Seniman at Tonyraka
    Jl. Raya Mas No. 86, Mas – Ubud
    +62361 9082 435

    Sources: https://coconuts.co/bali/food-drink/ubud-specialty-shop-seniman-opens-second-location-inside-tonyraka-gallery/
    Re-posted by Pande

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