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  • Pool Table, Pub/Bar, Sport Bar
  • Legian, Bali | Map
  • Aussie Pub Food, Italian
  • 70s and 80s
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • Mid Range

Legian sports bar and restaurant Captain Cook

Bali Legian sports bar and restaurant Captain Cook tables

Legian sports bar and restaurant Captain Cook

Legian sports bar and restaurant Captain Cook closed at the end of 2014 and was a funky little bar that always seems busy in a whole strip of restaurants and bars. It reopened over Xmas 2014 as the Flying Cook in Umalas.

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A classic corner bar, it has a smaller size pool table, a few tables and a bar. I have eaten there a couple of times, and have enjoyed the food each time, tasty and nutritious.

The pool table is a bit unique, as it is quite slow but with super fast cushions that ping the ball around like a pin ball machine! This has also gone to Flying Cook in Umalas too, if you want a truly unique pool experience!

Most of the clientele appear to be regulars, mostly expats just hanging out with each other, watching sport of TV, playing pool. Food is well priced, around 60k for dinner. I cannot recall what I ate there but I do recall I liked it, good Aussie pub food.

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Captain Cook is a nice little bar for a quite drink, nice people, good place to land before heading off into the mayhem of the bars and nightspots in that area. A friendly Bali sports bar.

By Mark O’Brien 2013

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  • Food Quantity (3)
  • Ambience (3)
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  • Service (3)
  • Value (3)



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admin April 3, 2014 at 2:06 pm

Nice little bar, convivial vibe, mostly a middle aged expat crowd