AYA Restaurant | Street Art Gallery is a temple for the senses, with Peruvian fusion cuisine, international beats and eclectic global street art bringing a new level of modern street culture to Seminyak, Bali
Aya restaurant, the brainchild of owners Juanjo Suárez and Rafael Sanchez, offers a refreshing combination of Peruvian–Asian gastronomy. Renowned Chef Marco Cuevas’ incredible Peruvian cuisine draws inspiration from the streets and is paired with visual stimulation and international beats in the heart of bustling Seminyak.
“We decided to merge everything we love most into AYA,” said owner Rafael Sanchez. “We have created a fine dining experience delivered in a fun, affordable way in a modern, authentically urban setting. AYA is a haven for freedom and the arts and we look to inspire and educate our guests in the virtues of Peruvian gastronomy and modern culture. Our venue is a temple for the senses, with amazing food and drinks in a space that showcases creative minds from all over the world.”
The interiors of AYA are by Helen Milne, who has created an eclectic and surprising space that perfectly captures a vibrant, social street atmosphere. With a carefully curated selection of street artwork, AYA is both a restaurant and gallery and with many tactile surfaces and finishes, is a space that awakens all the senses.
Artworks include a huge mural by renowned London artist D*Face, sets of Banksy, Space Invader, Jan Kaleb and many others. Camino Ardiente Hacia la Luz is a beautiful mosaic inspired by Maximo Laura Camino, the award winning Peruvian tapestry weaver. All artworks are for sale and there will be a rotation of pieces ensuring the collection is ever changing and surprising.