we stumbled upon this place looking for a spot to watch the sunset, and it drew us in because of the beautiful lanterns and dim candle lights, the romantic tables on the waters edge, and the cool day-bed bungalows.
The had a large bonfire, and a guy doing fire-poi, along to some of the coolest chill house music mixes Ive ever heard! Seriously... the music really MAKES the vibe at this place, and the food is also really good. Its a little pricier than other Gili T restaurants - but - you get what you pay for ;) The view id beyond magnificent - you can see the volcano on Bali silhouetted by the sun, and often some low-lying clouds. We went there every night for sunset and never saw a "bad" sunset. The menu doesnt have a lot of vegan options, other than the good ole faithful Nasi Goreng, some fried corn on the cobb, and fries.... but those options were very good. i recommend going early to get a good table or daybed, and posting up there for the afternoon. Its quite a long walk from the main tourist area so allow at least 30 mins to an hour to get there depending on where youre staying - biking is also an option.
The staff are super nice and friendly and service was excellent.
Cassy Poulos - Visited July 2014
I love sitting and watch the sunset while zipping Mojitos!!! they have a BBQ grill, order the traditional BBQ chicken is delicioius and great value!