Tribal recipes. Modern approach.
Kaum showcases the recipes passed on for generations but which were rarely recorded or shared outside the islands’ 600 tribal communities.
Mon to Sun: 4pm – 10pm
*Starting Feb 1st, we will open for lunch (12noon – 4pm) and dinner (5pm – 10pm)
What People Say
“Its beautiful interior is a scrumptious love letter to this incredible archipelago with elements from all over the country, so saddle up for a culinary journey you won’t forget any time soon at this chic Seminyak hotspot.”
“Housed on the second floor of the popular Potato Head Beach Club, which has world-class DJs as well as the lush Katamama resort, the restaurant leans into fresh, often oven-roasted seafood, whether it’s spiced garlic-butter mud crab or aromatic honey-glazed clams with chives and basil.”
“The beauty of Kaum is that it spans the archipelago. There’s everything from Bali’s ayam sisit (shredded chicken made zingy with chopped red shallots and chillies) to West Javanese prawn-and-fish dumplings and gohu ikan tuna – Maluku’s coconut-spiked answer to ceviche with ginseng leaves, starfruit and calamansi lime.”
The Local Tongue
What People Snap
The Same Good Times, a Few New Tricks
In our downtime, we designed a host of new measures to keep everyone at Potato Head safe, happy and comfortable.
Our staff have been re-trained, our services tightened and the place has never been
cleaner (and we’re aiming to keep it that way).
So, relax and enjoy the island, potato heads – we’ve got your back.