Desa Potato Head begins its phase-by-phase reopening journey this month, beginning with the Beach Club on Sunday 16 May.
Our sun-drenched sounds are making a comeback, as are the locally inspired drinks, earth-conscious eats, and epic sunsets. The daybeds are asking to be lazed on, the infinity pool is ready for dipping in and Kaum upstairs is set to dish up its modern Indonesian flavors once more.
Potato Head Beach Club will be shining the light on our local resident DJs, the talent in our kitchens, and all the other foundational elements of our Desa that everyone misses and loves. In short, They’re ready to do what they do best: deliver good times in good measure.
Their family members, too, are excited to welcome guests back to Potato Head. All Potato Beach Club staff has been re-trained in the latest health safety protocols and space itself has been reconfigured to align with the recommended social distancing measures. Strict sanitization is a top priority – expect the Desa to sparkle.
Reopening aside, The potato heads have been working extra hard over the past year to establish Sweet Potato Project: a farming initiative to help feed their staff and other communities that have needed support during the pandemic. Vegetables are being grown and harvested at what was set to become their next development in Tabanan. Their kitchen team turns this product into plant-based nasi bungkus which we deliver, with love, in a bio-fuelled bus from their friends at Green School. They’re also preparing 20 community gardening plots in Berawa that can be rented by anyone who is keen to grow their own.
This project has brought The Potato Beach Club family so much joy in these challenging months. They have delivered more than 10,000 healthy meals to date. Their plants are grown responsibly using syntropic farming principles and over 500 of their staff have come together to bring both gardens to life. Sweet Potato Project will continue for as long as their community needs it.
There’s more to look forward to in the months to come. In June, They will be launching sustains activities for kids and our Potato Head Studios are set to open during the month of July. Stay tuned, get in touch with them if you have any questions, and see you at the Desa.
Potato Head Beach Club reopens on Sunday 16 May, 10 am – 10 pm daily.
Kaum restaurant and terrace reopens on Sunday 16 May, 4 pm – 10 pm daily.
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Potato Head Beach Club
Jl. Petitenget, Seminyak, Kerobokan – Badung