‘Ti Moris’ means ‘small island of Mauritius’ in Creole and since August 2017, Bali has experienced a breath of fresh Indian Ocean air from this little mystic island of the Chagos archipelago.
The Ti Moris’ bar mixes up tropical themed cocktail favorites with a twist such as the ‘Caipritius’ made with red dragon fruit blended with home infused rum or the ‘Chilli Shot’ which blends fresh cut chillies and chilli-infused rum for a drink with a serious kick. The national liquor of Mauritius is put in the main spotlight, and tipple enthusiast can sample local Mauritian rum distilled from sugarcane and infused with spices and fruits such as cinnamon, vanilla, lychees, and pineapples, alongside other distinguished labels from around the world.

The journey of exploring food from the Mauritian Isle is endless in Ti Moris Bali. From the street food favourite ‘Boulette Chouchou’, a steamed dim sum made from grated chayote to their native delights ‘Fish Vindaye’, a freshly caught catch pickled with mustard and spices.

Island Breakfast has been recently added to the menu.

Here you may enjoy the international favourites from the traditional Eggs Benedict, English breakfast to a Mauritian, Ti Moris’ creation of mini tapas toasts with colourful toppings. Start the islander life to the fullest as you sit back and be serenaded by tropical beats, Mauritian reggae, modern bossa nova and siesta sunset sounds.

Feeling thirsty? Sample over 20 flavours of exotic infused rum or experiment to a Mauritian craft cocktail in the lush settings of Ti Moris.

Not one for a tipple midday, don’t worry, Ti Moris offers a range of Mauritian imported fruit teas and homemade mocktails.

Dedicated Rum Bar: The spirit of island living

The Space to Be

395m2 in size, Ti Moris features both indoor and outdoor dining plus bar areas – the Courtyard and Terrace for lounging in and out of the sun with small backyards featuring home-hydroponic plantation. Designed by TAU Architects, the furnishings are produced on the island and customers can lean back and hang out in beanbags, enjoy freshly picked herbs on their drinks and plates.

Mauritius’ national bird – the Dodo – also takes centre stage as a design feature to celebrate the concept’s heritage, drawn hands-free by Ink&Clog, Singapore graffiti artists.

BLI Team suggests the Sweet & Sour Fish paired with one of the Ti Moris home infused rum cocktails!

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