By Andrea Dixon
The neighbourhood of Berawa is fast changing. In a relatively short time the little surf village has morphed into a thriving neighbourhood for locals and expats, a destination that offers more cafes per square metre than is frankly, polite. Massive beach clubs, restaurants, luxury villas and hotels have made this one of Bali’s most desirable addresses. How do you address a lifestyle that encompasses family, surf, digital nomads, locals and a groundswell of expats? It’s not easy but Tamora Lifestyle Gallery is building a bridge that welcomes all comers from early morning to way late at night.
Tamora Gallery is a lifestyle destination in Canggu’s Berawa that blurs the idea of a ‘hood that’s good’ with a family friendly spaces filled with epic dining, shopping and entertainment.
Created as an inclusive space with an eye for fun and games where destination dwellers can frock up a new baby, have a spa, land their bolts, eat, hit Google Hangouts, slip into a night club and then grab a vitamin infusion for the aftermath. The local tattooist is called Addicted and the Japanese restaurant is called Ink. Did I mention a children’s playground?
Where to taste
While the mighty Shmurger Burger whets the appetite at the entrance, the space has multiple diners including Miss Ibu Asian fusion café, Creamery & Co ice cream, AJ’s Barrel wine and spirits store, Panda Coffee x Tea Bubble milk tea, Drunk Chili cooking school and cafe, the central hang out at Lyfe in Bali Co