The Dusty may be the smallest café you will find in Bali. It was recently opened by a young Frenchman, Nicolas Vitetta. It is similar with a bar in Jakarta called Treehouse for those who know. The design combines classic items like the big chandeliers, with some cheaper, recycled ones. I'm not sure about the definition of hipster but it could be one of those places where they hang out.
Located just next to the bar Maria Magdalena in Jalan Dhyana Pura, it serves a small menu of mostly healthy food, including sandwiches and salads.
|"Party Belt" Bruschetta (Rp60,000+15%)|
|"Astral Tower" (Rp67,000+15%)|
I had the "Party Belt", a duo of Bruschetta (quite expensive at Rp60,000+15%) and the Astral Totem, a Quino Salad (Rp65,000+15%). It was not fine dining but both tasted good and it was fresh.
Overall: The Dusty has all the ingredients to become a successful neighborhood restaurant. It has good food (albeit some items are too expensive), friendly staff, and a cosy atmosphere. I will be back!
Note: The Wifi was not working but I imagine it is because they are just starting.
The Dusty Café
Jalan Dhyana Pura (also referred to as Jalan Camplung Tanduk) no4
Seminyak, Bali 80361
Phone number: +62 (0) 8 21 46 45 20 51
Everyday until 11pm
Menu of The Dusty Restaurant: