Sunday, June 1, 2014

Where to Eat in Bali (Try Sunday Brunch)

Talk about June and July y'all, where people from around the world travel somewhere to spend their holiday. Some might choose to land in Bali. 
Already booked beautiful hotel and decided where to shop but still have no idea where to eat?
These below will (hopefully) help you.


  1.  Sunday Brunch at 5 stars Hotel
   I think it started last year, from one hotel to another. It's not cheap, yessss it'll cost you a LOT, and yet somehow I think it's kinda worth it haha. Keep this in mind guys, reservations are highly recommended. :D
  • The Cafe at The Mulia 
"Featuring a selection of cuisine as wide and varied as the world itself, The Cafe is quickly gaining notoriety as a brunch venue par excellance, with numerous live cooking stations dotted around its spacious interior – each one representing a particular type of cuisine. You’ll find rich and flavoursome curries from India, fluffy pork dumplings and sweet’n’sour delights from China, zesty salads and crispy noodles from Thailand, not to mention the standard western fare of brunch goodies. And that’s before you even get to the Indonesian or Korean favourites. Did I mention there’s a room full of Japanese delicacies also? Oh, and next door there are more dessert options than you can shake a stick at, the centerpiece of which is a huge chocolate fountain, perched above a revolving ice cream container."  


Open: 7.00am-11.00am 
[Sunday Brunch at 12:00am-3:00pm (I'm not sure if it's still the same like last year)]
Jalan Nusa Dua, South Kuta, Badung, Bali 80361
(0361) 3017777
for Price and any infos you want to know

  • Starfish Bloo at W Retreat Bali  
"The Sunday brunch at W Retreat in Seminyak is not your average buffet! With top-notch service and fabulous food, eating at the uber-cool Starfish Bloo is quickly becoming a Sunday ritual amongst those in-the-know. Spoil yourself rotten at this gorgeous beachside restaurant while savoring Pan Asian flavors by one of the most creative chefs on the island! 
From the overflowing sushi and sashimi bar, to the Chinese dim sum, flavorful Mexican station and inventive oyster bar, there's something for everyone! Top off this gastronomic extravaganza with a fabulous selection of decadent desserts such as butterscotch or coconut crème brulee. As you brunch, gaze at the sea sipping a cocktail and listening to smooth tunes spun by a DJ or live acoustic music. It's a feast for all the senses!
For the kids, there are activities galore during brunch hours! Little ones will enjoy coloring, beading, the mini-chef cooking class and more!
  
Sunday brunch is from 12.00am-3:30pm
Jl. Petitinget Kerobokan, Seminyak, Bali
(0361) 4738106
Starfish Bloo Reservation

  • Cut Catch Cucina at The Sofitel Nusa Dua
"As one of the finest restaurant of Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort, Cut Catch Cucina is famous for its multi outlet concept that features a steakhouse, Italian Osteria and Sea Grill. The fresh seafood selection includes everything from and not limited to, Salmon, Prawns, and a variety of Shellfish like Blue Swimming Crab and a La Minute Oyster. To compliment the seafood, naturally CCC will serve only the freshest sushi assortments and Sashimi. Come stroll its Italian Osteria corner, and find a delectable homemade and freshly prepared noodles and pasta sauces. Further, of course no brunch buffet would be complete without a live carving and roasting station of mouthwatering and savory meats that will make your Sunday memorable."

Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua, Nusa Dua Tourism Complex Lot N5
(0361) 8492 888
www.sofitel.com
  • Feast at Sheraton Kuta
"Feast, at the newly opened Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort, lives up to its name by presenting grand buffets in a cosy contemporary setting. Its spacious interior has an open design to ease the flow of diners moving from their tables and past the row of food stations displaying assortments from starters to dessert. If you want to sit alfresco, there is a wide patio with views of Kuta’s sunsets and Jalan Pantai Kuta. 
Getting to your table at the main dining area is a visual treat and you will find yourself frequently pausing at the fascinating sushi, colourful desserts, and glistening chicken roasts under red heating lamps. The buffet line follows the entire curvature of the building, with the station around the central pillar displaying sweets, chocolates, homemade ice creams and their complete row of toppings, together with various other desserts. The ice cream bar is an ‘afters’ main attraction here, with six enticing colours and flavours from strawberry, chocolate, vanilla and green tea to a creamy and chunky mix of snickers and caramel."

Open: 06:30am-16:00pm
Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort, Jalan Pantai Kuta, Kuta
(0361) 864 5555
http://www.sheratonbalikuta.com/en/feast


Source/useful links 
www.beatmag.com/bali/food
www.thebalibible.com 
www.nowbali.co.id
www.foodcious.com
www.hellobalimagazine.com
www.bali-indonesia.com
www.balifoodandfun.com


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Where to Eat in Bali part 2 


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