Hearty Dim Sum at The Mulia

Nightlife | Written By, NOW! BALI | October 21st, 2014

Grand, luxurious, palatial… these are some of the words used to describe the The Mulia Hotel, Bali. Sat majestically by the Nusa Dua Beach, this 1000-room property has a lot to offer its guests. When it comes to dining in The Mulia, the range of options alone is impressive, from the trendy ZJ’s Bar and Lounge, to Soleil, their beachfront restaurant, there’s a little something for everyone. One of The Mulia’s cherished dining spots, however, is their opulent Chinese restaurant Table8. Its interior brings to mind the homes of illustrious Chinese nobility, complete with marble tables, bone china adornments and ancient Chinese art. It really sets the scene for those looking for a true oriental experience.

Grand, luxurious, palatial… these are some of the words used to describe the The Mulia Hotel, Bali. Sat majestically by the Nusa Dua Beach, this 1000-room property has a lot to offer its guests.

When it comes to dining in The Mulia, the range of options alone is impressive, from the trendy ZJ’s Bar and Lounge, to Soleil, their beachfront restaurant, there’s a little something for everyone. One of The Mulia’s cherished dining spots, however, is their opulent Chinese restaurant Table8. Its interior brings to mind the homes of illustrious Chinese nobility, complete with marble tables, bone china adornments and ancient Chinese art. It really sets the scene for those looking for a true oriental experience.

Serving Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine, aromas likened to the fragrant markets of the ‘Far East’ fill the restaurant. The open buffet takes up one side of the room lined with custom clay pot dishes and make-your-own-noodle stations, steaming dumplings and fresh stir-fry. It’s a feast both for the eyes and, if you can fit it all in, for the stomach too.

However, if you’re just in the mood for some authentic dim sum to satiate that Cantonese craving, you’re in luck.  Table8 offers a generous option of all-you-can-eat dim sum, daily. With the classics of har gao (shrimp dumplings), siu mai (pork dumplings) and char siu bao (steamed pork buns) on the menu, you’re unlikely to leave feeling ‘dim sum deficient’. If you’re looking for a sweet bite along with your sweet deal, sink your teeth into their signature baked milk buns or the sweet potato sesame balls. Tied together with their ever-amusing kung fu inspired tea masters, your trip down to Table8 will be well worth it!

The opening times of Table8 and the dim sum deal is as follows:-

Sunday Dim Sum: 08:00 – 11:00

Sunday Lunch: 11:00 – 15:00

Dim Sum and Lunch: 12:00 – 15:00

Dinner: 18:00 – 23:00

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