Corner House is a resuscitated restaurant located at the end of Jalan Oberoi, at the intersection with Jalan Drupadi. It burned down a couple of years ago (it was called Corner Store) and it just opened again today (June 22nd 2014).

It was a popular breakfast place back then, and it seems that it will be even more crowded now. They improved the design and the menu, making it the place to be in Seminyak on Sunday mornings for expatriates. The owners are a mixed couple French and Australian, Magali Pascal a fashion designer and Matt Neville, a photographer. There is now a second floor and they also open for lunch and dinner.

Even though the Corner House looks great, it is almost a copy of some existing restaurants such as Le Bistrot, Petitenget or Loewy in Jakarta. I wouldn't give them too much credit for originality. Also, they pushed the vintage theme a bit far, especially by putting old black and white picture of people on the walls near the toilet. I visited the place with Indonesians and they freaked out: It reminded them more of a haunted house in a horror movie than a place to hangout...
Even the waitress was scared to go to the toilet...
I had a croissant and pancakes. The croissant was really good, the pancakes just ok. They were very nicely presented though.
Pancakes (Rp48,000 + 16% Tax and Service Charge)
Croissant (Rp35,000 +16% Tax and Service Charge)
Overall: Recommended to have breakfast in style. The prices are reasonable, the food is good, and it has air-conditioning. There is also a small garden area which seemed very peaceful.
Corner House Bali
Jalan Laksmana no.10 A
Phone number: +62 (0) 361 730276

Facebook: Corner House 

Opening Hours:
Every day from 7am to 12pm
Drinks Menu Corner House Bali
Breakfast Menu Corner House

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