Gili Air Santay is a restaurant located in Gili Air, Indonesia which serves a fantastic selection of delicious and healthy vegetarian dishes, which are ideal for Muslims. This restaurant also serves a variety of Indonesian, Thai and European dishes. Only fresh and natural ingredients are used in the dishes. ...more

Gili Air, Indonesia



Gili Air Santay is a restaurant located in Gili Air, Indonesia which serves a fantastic selection of delicious and healthy vegetarian dishes, which are ideal for Muslims. This restaurant also serves a variety of Indonesian, Thai and European dishes. Only fresh and natural ingredients are used in the dishes.


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Gili Air, West Nusa Tenggara 1088, Indonesia





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