Although most of our dinner venues were selected beforehand, many of our lunch experiences were serendipitous. It’s amazing when you think you can stumble into any cafe or restaurant in Seminyak and be fairly sure you’re going to have a good experience.
And so it was with Grocer and Grind, near Seminyak Village. We liked the look of the place and once inside the air-conditioned section, were pleased with the menu options. There’s quite a range of brunch and lunch options, including salads, home-made pies, sandwiches and Asian-type fare. There’s also a range of cakes and desserts that we sadly didn’t have room for.
My fresh tuna nicoise salad was crisp, delicious and perfect for a hot day. Washed down with a fragrant lychee granita, I couldn’t have been happier. TJ went for a hot dish of laksa (forgot to take a snap of that one) which he devoured with gusto.
Although we wanted to return for brunch, we never made it back. Oh well, there’s always next time. Loved the feeling of space at Grocer & Grind, the psychedelic wall mural, the comfy cushions and the wall of windows. Oh, and the food and service were excellent too.
Recommended for brunch or lunch or anything in between.