Mason Uluwatu

10 Jl. Labuansait Pecatu

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Woodfired-focused eatery Mason has long fallen into the category of must-visit for both Bali locals and visitors alike. Now the Canggu-based establishment from Brett Hospitality Group has welcomed a sister venue with the recent opening of Mason Uluwatu. The Bukit Peninsula resident will uphold the same casual dining ethos of the original, with a couple of exciting new extras in store for its guests.

 You’ll notice the DNA of the Canggu original forms the base of Mason Uluwatu, but this space mingles it with a touch more modernity, with an exposed kitchen, to really enhance the Mediterranean feel of the restaurant. It’s the latest addition to the Uluwatu region’s flourishing dining scene, a relaxed beachside precinct which the Mason crew chose to develop in for good reason. “Uluwatu is stunningly beautiful, and more chilled than the hustle and bustle of Canggu,” explains Dom Brett of Brett Hospitality Group. “Our vision is that Uluwatu will be the place to be in the coming years as its F&B scene grows.”

You can expect the same delicious dishes dreamt up by Group Executive Chef Ben Cross, alongside a slew of new additions. Think Lamb Kleftiko with anchovy, potato, and oregano, alongside a Seared Swordfish with romesco, leek, almond, and herbs. The venue’s much-loved woodfired breads, and always popular Wood Fired Bread Pudding will also be making an appearance. 

In time an array of exclusive drinks will be designed for Mason Uluwatu, but for now you can sip on traditional Mason favourites. Like The Sicilian (gin, blood orange, agave, citrus, mint, tonic), and the famous Margarita A La Mason (tequila, lime, pomegranate).