The Ritz-Carlton Bali has recently introduced Bejana, the resort’s signature Indonesian restaurant that presents a unique mix of five-star-flair and relaxed ambience. The restaurant is also home to the ‘Culinary Cave’ an exciting gourmet learning center allowing diners to discover Indonesian cooking through hands-on experiences with the Chef.
Bejana’s menu represents dishes from different regions of the Indonesian archipelago such as Soto Pesmol, a spiced coconut and seafood soup originally from Jakarta, and BebekBetutu, a Balinese roast duck in Banana Leaf. Local inspiration is also reflected in the bar where mixologists have re-crafted some of Indonesia’s traditional beverages into special libations for guests. Bajjigur is a unique aromatic warm beverage from West Java, usually enjoyed on cooler, rainy days and sold from traveling carts. Bejana’s spin captures the flavors and aromas of the original, with creamy coconut milk, sweet brown sugar, exotic warmth from ginger with hints of pandan leaf and lemongrass, but offers extra indulgence with the addition of Myers Rum and Malibu.