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CRAFT BEERS

All the craft beers available on the following menu are ready to takeaway at your preferred time (Mon-Sun 12pm-8pm)

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KURA KURA LAGER

99*
German style pilsner with soft notes of bread & honey accompanied by floral hops aromas, finishing crisp & dry (IND – Bali)

KURA KURA ISLAND ALE

109*
A bright golden & seasonable pale ale with fresh hops aroma of citrus, pineapple & passionfruit (IND – Bali)

IOI BRUT LAGER

120*
A fizzy brut beer, light and refreshing, a citrus aroma, has a dry finish (IND – Bali)

LION BREWERY PALE ALE

125*
Tropical aromatic hop profile and tailored blend of malted barley to deliver a crisp, refreshing (IND – Bali)

* price in thousands rupiah and subject to 7,5% service charge and 10% government tax

CRUSHES

* price in thousands rupiah and subject to 7,5% service charge and 10% government tax

COCO LYCHEE CRUSH

45*
Fresh lychee, coconut milk, mint, lemon juice

WATERMELON GINGER CRUSH

45*
Watermelon, orange juice, ginger juice

PINEAPPLE PASSION CRUSH

45*
Fresh pineapple, passion fruit puree

COCKTAILS LIST

Crafted Cocktails to Go!

Mama San cocktails are now available in flasks of 200ml at 150k nett each. Just add ice, garnish, and pour up to two glasses!

What better way to pair your favourite dishes from Mama San Shop, or simply to sip next to the pool with a couple of friends?

All the cocktails available on the following menu are ready to takeaway at your preferred time (Mon-Sun 12pm-8pm)

Order via WhatsApp only!

To speak Italian, you have to drink Italian: Strawberry Basil Spritz

Strawberry Basil Spritz

130
Gin, strawberry, basil, rose cordial water, vanilla, citrus, Prosseco

As Talia Baiocchi and Leslie Pariseau reveal in their 2016 book, Spritz: Italy’s Most Iconic Aperitivo Cocktail, the practice of pouring a dash of sparkling soda water into still white wine to spritz it up probably began in the early years of the 20th century. When American cocktail culture arrived in the 1920s and ’30s, bartenders across Italy’s north started adding a dash of bitter liqueur.

But it wasn’t until the 1990s that bartenders in the tranquil beach resorts in Venice decided to use bubbly prosecco rather than still white wine as the base of the Spritz, and increase the bitter liqueur content. It’s this recipe that we’ve come to recognise as the “classic”, and we’ve become familiar with it in a relatively short space of time.
Source: Gourmet Traveller

 

Espresso Martini

130
Vodka, Nusantara Cold Brew, espresso

In cocktail terms, the Espresso Martini has a relatively short history with the drink believed to have been first created in the early eighties by London bartender Dick Bradsel. According to Dick, a famous model entered the Soho Brasserie where he was working, and asked him to create a drink that would “wake me up”. As there was a coffee machine next to where Dick was serving drinks, he decided to combine the coffee with vodka. Naming it the Vodka Espresso, the original recipe featured vodka, sugar syrup, two types of coffee liqueur and freshly made espresso.

At the time, any cocktail served in a V-shaped glass was known as a martini, so Dick later renamed his drink the Espresso Martini. In 1998, Dick was working at the Pharmacy Bar in Notting Hill so renamed the drink once more to the Pharmaceutical Stimulant. The drink is now known by these three names around the world, with slight variations on the ingredients.
Source: Ketel One

 

Set your standard high with an Elderflower Martini!

Elderflower Martini

130
Gin, cucumber, citrus, elderflower, mint

The Elderflower Martini is a lovely, slightly sweeter and flowery take on the classic Dry Martini that uses St. Germain elderflower liqueur to complement the floral notes of a good gin.

Elderflower-inspired drinks have become increasingly popular with the advent of St. Germain—the popular liqueur even earning the moniker of “bartender’s ketchup” as it became ubiquitous with the craft cocktail movement—and the Elderflower Martini certainly doesn’t disappoint.

Some of you might even want to try modifying the Elderflower Martini recipe by using an old gin instead of a traditional dry gin, as it’s a bit sweeter and less powerful on the juniper.

Source: Bevvy

 

Chilli & Lime Margarita

130
Tequila, honey, pressed citrus, pineapple, chilli

As with so many popular things, more than one person has claimed to have invented the margarita. One of the most prevalent stories is that Carlos “Danny” Herrera developed the drink at his Tijuana-area restaurant, Rancho La Gloria, around 1938. As the legend goes, Herrera dreamed up the cocktail for one of his customers, an aspiring actress named Marjorie King who was allergic to all hard alcohol other than tequila. To make the liquor more palatable to his fussy client, he combined the elements of a traditional tequila shot—a lick of salt and a wedge of lime—and turned them into a refreshing drink.

According to The Complete Book of Spirits by Anthony Dias Blue, though, the first importer of Jose Cuervo in the United States advertised with the tagline, “Margarita: it’s more than a girl’s name,” in 1945, three years before Sames claimed to have invented the drink.

Source: Smithonian Mag

 

There is always time for a Passion Fruit Margarita.

Passion Fruit Margarita

130
Tequila, honey, pressed citrus, pineapple, chilli

Whilst both of these origin tales are believable, some are a little harder to swallow. Like the one about Margaret Sames, a socialite from Dallas who claims to have concocted the classic at one of her house parties in Acapulco in 1948. Apparently, the guest roster was filled with influential ‘hotel and restaurant people’ who quickly introduced wider society to the cocktail. Unfortunately, history tells us that large tequila brands were rolling out Margarita ad campaigns years before this – meaning unless Ms Sames went for limes with Doc Brown in his DeLorean, there’s not much likelihood that the drink emanates from affluent Americans socialising in Acapulco.

What’s more likely, according to cocktail historian David Wondrich, is that the drink was an evolution of the widely popular Daisy cocktails that were enjoyed in the 1930s. A mix of a base spirit, curacao and citrus generally constituted a ‘daisy’ (whisky and gin daisies were popular, too). Margarita is Spanish for ‘daisy’ and this was a nod to the tequila-based daisy that’s been enjoyed for nearly 100 years. We think.

Source: Diageo Bar Academy

 

Coconut Mojito

130
Rum, coconut water, syrup, mint, citrus

The popularity of the Mojito began with Ernest Hemingway during his time in Cuba. The cocktail increased in popularity when it was featured in a James Bond Film and later in a Johnny Depp film.
But the history of the Mojito is a bit harder to trace. We have to rely on the spoken word when it comes to Mojitos and there are a few different stories.

It is said that the original Mojito was a medicinal drink to curb disease on the island of Cuba. A moon shine rum-type alcohol was mixed with mint, lime, and sugar cane syrup to ward off illness.

When pirates invaded Cuba the drink was introduced to Pirate Drake where he promptly used rum in place of the Cuban moonshine. The drink took on the name El Draque, until it became the Mojito. Mojo is an African word for magic, which we all know can happen once you have had a few Mojitos. No matter what the true history is, this drink is making current day history all over the world.

Source: Loco Gringo

 

Raspberry Mojito: a sip for surprise!

Raspberry Mojito

130
Rum, raspberry puree, syrup, mint, citrus

Like many cocktails, the full origins of this refreshing cocktail have been lost in history. From the 1500s, to a 2002 James Bond movie, the Mojito has had an interesting journey from invention to one of the most popular drinks of the new millennium.

As with all cocktail histories, the Mojito’s origin story is often disputed, particularly by “La Bodeguita del medio” in Havana, Cuba. This restaurant-bar claims to be the cocktail’s birthplace, and enjoys the fame associated with Ernest Hemmingway’s praise of their particular version of the drink.It has been claimed that African slaves working in the Cuban sugar cane fields created the drink from “Aguardiente de cana” (literally “firewater of the sugar cane”) – a simple sugar cane alcohol.

Certainly the name “Mojito” fits this story, stemming from the word “Mojo”, meaning “to place a little spell”.

Source: Taste Cocktails

 

Classic/Aged Negroni

140/150
Classic: Gin, Campari, vermouth sweet / Aged: Gin, vermouth rosso, Campari, aged in wooden barrel
Invented in 1919 by Count Camillo Negroni in Florence, Italy, the Negroni is actually a variation on another classic cocktail, the Americano. A mixture of Campari, sweet vermouth and soda water, served with a lemon slice, the Americano was originally known as the Milano-Torino, because of the origins of its two primary ingredients — Campari from Milan and Vermouth di Torino, from, well, you know. The name changed during Prohibition, when it became a favorite of Americans on vacation in Italy.

It was also a favorite of James Bond. The Americano, in fact, is the first cocktail ordered in Ian Fleming’s first 007 novel. The gentleman spy disdains the thought of drinking whiskey or vodka in a French cafe. On a sunny sidewalk, Fleming writes, “Bond always had the same thing — an Americano.”

It was 100 years ago that Count Negroni asked his bartender at the Cassoni Cafe on the Via de’ Tornabuoni to stiffen his Americano by replacing the soda with gin. History records that the bartender, one Fosco Scarselli, also replaced the lemon with an orange slice. Did he add the bitters as well? The legends do not tell.
Source: NY Times

WINE LIST

BY THE GLASS

Sauvignon Blanc 2019 Antigal Uno Mandoza ARG 120
Malbec 2018 Kaiken Mendoza Argentina 100

BUBBLIES

NV Domaine Chandon Brut Australia 895
NV Lagiosa Prosecco di Traviso Veneto Italy 600
NV Taittinger Reserve Brut France 2200
NV Veuve Clicquot Brut France 2500
NV Piper Heidsieck Brut Reims France 2650
NV Moet & Chandon Imperial Brut France 2700

RIESLING

2017 Plan B Frankland River Western Australia 715
2017 Villa Maria Marlborough New Zealand 765
2017 Gustave Lorentz Alsace France 950
2016 Penfolds Autumn Eden Valley Australia 1050

SAUVIGNON BLANC

2020 White Monkey Marlborough New Zealand 565
2018 Tall Poppy Select South Eastern Australia 565
2019 Antigal Uno Mandoza ARG 600
2017 Matua Marlborough New Zealand 650
2017 Ohau Gravels New Zealand 650
2019 Babydoll Marlborough New Zealand 655
2013 Leeuwin Estate Art Series Marg. Riv. Aus. 1365

PINOT GRIS / PINOT GRIGIO

2018 Masterpeace Victoria Australia 550
2019 Lindemans bin 85 South Eastern Australia 620
2018 Corte Giara DOC Venecia Italy 650
2018 Thorn-Clarke Sandpiper Barossa 825

CHARDONNAY

2020 Maison Castel Languedoc-Roussillon France 550
2019 Woolshed Victoria Australia 550
2017 Lindeman’s Bin 65 Australia 600
2018 Stone Fish Margaret River Australia 650
2019 Babich Hawke’s Bay Australia 650
2021 Penfolds Koonuga Hills South Australia 790
2019 Michael David Lodi California USA 1200
2019 Louis Latour Chablis France 1350

WHITE BLENDS

2019 Stonecross Western Cape South Africa Chenin Blanc 625
2018 Pampas Del Sur Mendoza Argentina ( Torrontes ) 690
2018 Deakin Estate Victoria Australia (Viognier) 690
2019 Babich Marlborough New Zealand 620

ROSE

2019 Babydoll Marlborough New Zealand 655
2018 Matua Marlborough New Zealand 715
2020 The Palm by Whispering Angel Provence France 950

PINOT NOIR

2020 Morande Reserva Casablanca Valley Chile 550
2020 White Monkey Marlborough Central Otago NZ 700
2017 Matua Marlborough New Zealand 765
2018 Villa Maria Private Bin Marlborough New Zealand 1215

CABERNET SAUVIGNON

2018 Cocha Y Toro Casillero de Diablo Valle Central Chile 550
2019 Santa Ema Select Terroir Reserva Maipo Valley chile 750
2019 Penfolds Koonunga Hill Barrosa Australia 750
2018 Freakshow lodi California USA 1450

SHIRAZ

2019 MWC Victoria Australia 750
2016 Bellingham Paarl South Africa 750
2017 Montes Alpha Colchagua Valley Chile 815
2017 Naked Range duet Yarra Valley Australia 890
2017 Kilikanoon Killerman’s Run Australia 1050
2016 Vidal Fleury Crozes Hermitage Rhone France 1125

MALBEC

2018 Kaiken Mendoza Argentina 500
2017 Trivento Reserve Mendoza Argentina 650
2015 Mi Terruno Mayacaba Mendoza Argentina 1399

OTHER REDS

2015 Vina Pomal Crianza Rioja Spain (Tempranillo) 650
2019 Banfi Chianti Classico ( Sangiovese ) Italy 1200
2018 Penfolds BIN 2 South Australia (Shiraz Mourvedre) 1300
2017 Château Cissac Haut-Médoc France (Cab Sauvignon Merlot Petit Verdot) 1300
2017 Penfolds BIN 138 ( Grenache/Mataro/Shiraz ) Barossa Valley Australia 1800

SPIRITS

AFTER DINNER

Amaretto 115
Sambuca 115
Bailey’s Irish Cream 115
Cointreau 115
Grand Marnier 115
Kahlua 115
Nusantara Cold Brew 115
Frangelico 115
Drambuie 115
X-Rated 145

BRANDY & COGNAC

Beehive VSOP 115
Hennessy VSOP 215
Martell VSOP 225
Martell Cordon Bleu 375

APERITIFS

Ricard 115
Pernod 115
Aperol 115
Campari 115
Amaro 115

GIN

East Indies 115
Tanqueray 115
Bombay Sapphire 115
Hendrick’s 150
Komasa Gin 180
Tanqueray No.10 195

VODKA

Smirnoff 105
Absolut 115
Ketel One 130
Sky 90 150
Ciroc 160
Grey Goose 160
Belvedere 160
Absolut Elyx 165
Crystal Head 320

RUM

Bacardi 115
Captain Morgan Spice 115
Myer’s Original Dark Rum 115
Cachaca Rum 160
Zacapa 270

TEQUILA

Jose Cuervo Silver 110
Patron Coffee 160
Patron Silver 175
Herradura Anejo 180
Don Julio Anejo 190

SINGLE MALT

Lobster & prawn siew mai

WHISK(E)Y

J&B Rare 115
Johnnie Walker Red Label 115
Canadian Club Rye Whisky 115
Old Bushmills Irish Whiskey 115
Jameson Irish Whiskey 120
Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey 125
Johnnie Walker Black Label Whisky 130
Chivas Regal 12 yrs 130
Gentleman Jack 135
Johnnie Walker Gold Label Whisky 140
Wild Turkey 150
Chivas Regal 18 yrs 285
Johnnie Walker Platinum Label Whisky 285
Johnnie Walker Blue Label Whisky 380

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