Bistro C & Sports Bar – November 1, 2016

Fast becoming the go-to venue for the Canggu crew, The Canggu Club is a haven of fun and activity for all the family.
The sprawling venue tucked just past Batu Belig continues to reinvent itself, boasting a stellar lineup of things to do including Bounce trampoline club, Splash water park and Strike bowling alley on top of all the other extensive sporting facilities under their roof, like footy pitches, squash and tennis courts and a gym.
All that exercise calls for some sustenance though, and luckily The Canggu Club has that well and truly covered with plentiful food and beverage outlets scattered throughout. Top of the pile is the newly revamped Bistro C, which sits at the heart of complex, and provides a bright and breezy spot for daily breakfast lunch and dinner for all comers. Although The Canggu Club is technically a members club, weekends and weekdays after 5pm the doors are wide open for outside guests to come and enjoy all the facilities.
The Bistro itself is dominated by a large bar, which overlooks the perfectly manicured front lawn and is decked out in classy white and wicker to give that classic colonial ambiance. A sea of al-fresco tables surround the central bar area, while a number of doorways off to the sides access the air conditioned saloon areas if the heat of the day gets all a bit too much. A deli counter is also on hand selling all manner of pastries, breads, preserves, cakes and cookies for your daily dose of western style treats.
Beyond the recently re-vamped menu, Bistro C has now joined the ranks of other Anglophile restaurants around town, and is offering their take on the mighty Sunday Roast. There’s not much that can beat a plate of meat’n two veg (doused in the compulsory rich brown gravy), and Bistro C has got it down, with a choice of either beef, chicken, pork or vegetarian with all the trimmings for 200k net for adults and half that for the kids portions from 5pm every Sunday. You really can’t say fairer than that, so the live music from 5pm and movies for the kids from 6pm are the added cherries on the icing. The usual lunch/dinner menu remains available, so a nibble of the Salmon Tartare starter (150k) to get things rolling, or a sweet finish with the ridiculously good Hokey Pokey ice cream (70k) is entirely plausible. Drinkwise, all the usual tipples are on tap, but highly recommended comes the Bali Nut Smoothie (50k) for a detox, or the Pama Cooler (154k) for a retox. Family Sundays have never looked so good!
Dan Ashcroft
Canggu Club, Jl. Canggu Club | | +62 361 758 605


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