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Two chefs from Locavore and RIJKS, 12,000 km apart exchange continents, restaurants, and lives in a one week, two-way, takeover, Trading Spaces, where the Dutch chefs will stay at Komaneka Rasa Sayang.

Restaurants Locavore in Bali and RIJKS in Amsterdam take on the challenge of their biggest chefs’ event so far. Under the name “Trading Spaces”, chef’s Eelke Plasmeijer and Joris Bijdendijk will exchange continents, restaurant sand lives from the 23rd to 26th of May.

Komaneka is proud to be the official accommodation partner for this exciting culinary event, where both chefs will simultaneously move their entire restaurant to the other side of the world. Chef Joris and his team are moving to Bali where they will only have a few days to transform Restaurant Locavore into a familiar habitat before challenging themselves to create a menu using local ingredients they have been able to source.

Komaneka at Rasa Sayang is a stylish small hotel in the midst of central Ubud’s cafes and boutiques, but set off from the street in luxurious calm. The smart modern architecture is warmed by the use of wood and recycled timber.

In line with Komaneka’s vision of showcasing Indonesia though art & culture it was a natural choice to partner with Locavore to support Trading Spaces where Indonesia will be on show in Amsterdam, whilst the RIJKS team will be exposed to the best of Ubud & Bali.

Locavore is excited to be working with Komaneka for Trading Spaces, knowing that the RIJKS team will be well looked after whilst they stay at Komaneka Rasa Sayang, which is conveniently within walking distance of Locavore.

For reservations, book through www.tradingspaces.nl, but do it quickly because seats are very limited! Lunch is served from Thursday to Sunday, and Dinner is from Thursday to Saturday at Restaurant RIJKS in Ubud Bali.