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Brother Hood

How to describe this place? On one hand, it's an educational hub promoting a cleaner island through trash pickups (each Sunday at 3.30pm) and recycling workshops where you can make dreamcatchers, glass cups, bamboo …
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Warung Pak Man Buati

Chef Juno became something of a local hero after the 2018 earthquakes when he tirelessly fed the Meno community with all the food he could muster. His homestyle Indonesian cooking remains the stuff of island legends…
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Sasak Cafe

Set near Meno's quiet western shore, this island-casual resto does crispy fish and other yummy Sasak dishes. At sunset, it brings tables and chairs out onto the nearby beach for cocktails and live music as the sky t…
Bar in Gili Meno

Diana Café

If you find the pace of life on Meno too busy, head to this thoroughly chilled little tiki bar. Diana couldn't be simpler: a bamboo-and-thatch bar, a few tables, hammocks and huts on the sand, a whimsical coral gard…
Arts & Crafts in Gili Meno

Art Shop Botol

Art Shop Botol is a large handicrafts stall just south of Kontiki Meno hotel. Choose from masks, Sasak water baskets, wood carvings and gourds. It's run by an elderly shopkeeper with 11 children and countless grandc…
Indonesian in Gili Meno

Ya Ya Warung

Defining ramshackle, this beach food stall serves up Indonesian faves, curries, pancakes and plenty of pasta, along with the views you came to Meno to enjoy.
Indonesian in Gili Meno

Rust Warung

The most visible cog of the Rust empire (which includes Meno's one grocery) has a great waterfront position overlooking the beach. It's renowned for its grilled fish (with garlic or sweet-and-sour sauce), but also s…
Indonesian in Gili Meno

Webe Café

A wonderful location for a meal, Webe Café has low tables sunk in the sand (and tables under shade), with the turquoise water just a metre away. It scores well for Sasak and Indonesian food such as kelak kuning (sna…