Bali is well-known as a hotspot of surfing culture and beach lovers, having stolen the hearts of surfers and adventurers alike. It was only a matter of time before someone in Seoul took Bali beach culture as a theme for their venue—which is exactly what gastropub Bali Superstore has done. Stepping through the doors feels almost like stepping onto Kuta Beach, or at least like walking into a Balinese beachside eatery. Furnished with antiques and decor brought straight from the island, the shop is also decorated with fascinating pieces of art from Ubud, an art community in the center of the island known for its traditional culture. As for the menu, Bali Superstore sells satay skewers along with other local foods to go with their well-stocked beer selection.
|Venue name:||Bali Superstore|
45, Yanghwa-ro 6-gil
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 5:30pm–2am; Sat–Sun 5:30pm–4am.|
|Transport:||Hapjeong Station (Line 2, 6), exit 3, Sangsu Station (Line 6), exit 1|
|Price:||Mains 18,000 won, Snacks 6,000 won, Drinks 5,000 won.|