Finn's Beach Club Bali

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Finn'sDaniel Haddad

As we ascended the beautiful cliff, absorbing the breathtaking view, and admiring the white sand below, we knew we were in for a dreamy day at the beach. Finn’s Beach Club, located in famous Uluwatu, boasts turquoise blue waters ideal for swimming, snorkeling or surfing, and lush sandy beaches for lounging, sipping cocktails, and enjoying their delicious fare. We loved their bohemian, semi-outdoor dining area perfect for admiring the view and devouring their fresh, beach appropriate menu. We recommend the Quinoa Bowl with shredded chicken, roast pumpkin, beetroot, edamame, grilled halloumi cheese, pickled ginger, spinach, kale pesto, cashews, spring onion, coriander, coconut oil & lime, the "Grilled Tuna Panuozzo" grilled tuna tataki, green beans, hard-boiled egg,baby potatoes & red wine dressing in freshly baked warm sourdough bread, the Chili Prawn Wood Fired Pizza with tomato sauce, spinach, mozzarella, leek, prawn, coriander, fresh chili & spicy oil, the "Shish Taouk" grilled marinated chicken & vegetable skewers served w fresh pita bread, yoghurt sauce, tomato salsa,fresh lettuce, pickled cucumber, mint, coriander, aioli & hummus. Make sure to pair the dishes with some expertly made cocktails and a glass of Balinese wine. After a satisfying lunch, we set up on their comfy loungers and plunged into the amazing ocean for a fun swim. The water was clear and more beautiful than any other beach we had visited in Bali, and the surrounding beach area was just as picture worthy. Definitely one of our favourite days during our three weeks on the island. We can’t wait to check out their bonfire sunsets and party the night away on our next trip.

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