The Wicked Parrot occupies a prominent position in the centre of Jalan Danau Tamblingan, Sanur, Bali, close to The Griya Santrian Hotel, Vila Shanty, and Puri Sading Hotel, and next door to The Village Restaurant. Nearby are the very popular Flashbacks with it's Porch Cafe, and the Mona Lisa Restaurant.
The Wicked Parrot opened in December 2008, is owned and managed by Mark and Ketut Andriyani Wilson. The restaurant is popular with visitors to Bali, and local residents, who appreciate the “Package” of friendly service, good Balinese and International food, interesting cocktails, Balinese ambience, and lively traditional irish music.
Our extensive menu includes a selection of International, Balinese and Vegetarian dishes and also an Irish "pub food" section. The "pub food" section is a small selection of dishes you might find in any respectable Irish pub. Breakfast is available all day and every day from 7-30 in the morning, and offers a large selection of both Balinese and International dishes. Try our banana pancakes, or our “Full Irish” breakfast.
An attractive natural-wood bar overlooks the whole restaurant and provides a clear view of the stage, while the streetside bar seating area is a popular “people-watching” spot. The bar is well stocked with wines, interesting cocktails, draught Bintang beer and a selection of bottled beers.
Live music is performed every night of the week by our resident band, the extremely versatile “Sigit Band” with their huge repertoir of classic songs from the 60s, 70, 80, blues, and traditional dutch folk songs. Irish music is played every Sunday and Thursday.
Our young and enthusiastic team of waiters, waitresses and bartenders provide a relaxed, warm and friendly service, and love to laugh and joke with the customers. Don’t be surprised to see them on the dance floor or singing with the band.
Local customs and culture are all-important at The Wicked Parrot, and the staff wear traditional dress on auspicious days in the Balinese calendar. We close on the Galungan days when Balinese people return to their home villages to go to the temple and to be with their relatives and friends. All businesses in Bali close on the annual Nyepi day. This is the day of total silence and night of total darkness, when nature is allowed to recover, and all evil spirits have been banished from the island. Nyepi is a magical time to be in Bali.
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The Wicked Parrot
Jl. Tamblingan No 47, Sanur
Tel: 62 361 281814
Photos: Mark Wilson