It’s amazing how weekend brunches have become a part of the island’s culture. In fact, even for quite a number of Bali residents, you’re committing a faux pas if you never go to one. And so to help you decide on where to go to treat yourself to amazing weekend munchies, here’s a list of some of Bali’s best brunches.
Soleil, the seaside restaurant of The Mulia Bali is where patrons can indulge in the extraordinarily generous Sunday Brunch buffet featuring a generous spread of meat, grilled seafood and an all inclusive a la carte menu, as well as daily Chef’s selections. Gather your families and friends together to embark on this enhanced epicurean journey. Treat yourself with the free flow wine package to enhance the experience.
Facing the magnificent view of the tranquil Indian Ocean, Soleil’s two elegant marbled dining areas with outdoor spaces are adorned with warm and inviting interiors. With the plush seatings and exquisite china, the restaurant is an ideal dining venue for those who appreciate the finest things in life.
*For brunch packages, please contact Mulia Bali.
Jalan Raya Nusa Dua Selatan, Kawasan Sawangan, Nusa Dua
Phone: 0361 301 7777 | www.themulia.com
Known as the Astor Diamond Champagne Brunch, the exceptional Sunday brunch at The St. Regis Bali Resort’s signature restaurant, Kayuputi is a classic weekend affair that brings high society into a new realm. The offerings showcase the finest Asian inspired haute cuisine, in a style that is unprecedented both in opulence and exclusivity.
You can indulge in your favourite aperitif, that also features champagne as well as the resort’s signature Bloody Mary, and an assortment of hand crafted canapés. Kayuputi is a 4-time Wine Spectator Award winning speciality fine beachfront dining restaurant that offers a brilliant dining experience – premium Asian-influenced haute cuisine with a stellar wine list in a priceless setting of intimate ambience and magnificent views of the ocean.
12 – 3pm
– Brunch package: IDR 1,250,000 net per person
– Beverage package: IDR 1,100,000 net per person – inclusive of Champagne, a selection of premium red and white wines and cocktails.
<strong>Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot S6, Nusa Dua</strong>
<strong>Phone: 0361 300 6786 |</strong> www.stregisbali.com
A free-flow of lobster for only IDR 299,000 net per person? That’s a steal! Ayodya Resort Bali’s latest venture, the Saturday Brunch at the resort’s Waterfall Restaurant privileges patrons to an extravagant feast, where spreads of Asian and international delicacies are set against the restaurant’s décor that exudes the exotic grandeur of Bali.
With a talented chef who previously worked for the world-famous Gordon Ramsey behind the preparation of each dish, you can easily tell that you’re in for a real treat. The lobster corner is definitely the biggest hit, but the other stations including the Indonesian “Es Campur” (mixed, shaved ice dessert) are also taste buds pleasers. The service is attentive and polished but still in that unique Balinese genre.
12.30 – 3.30pm
Brunch package (food only): IDR 299,000 net per person – inclusive of one welcome drink (alcohol or non-alcohol).
– IDR 99,000 net per person for non alcoholic beverages – includes free flow of soft drinks, juices, and water.
– IDR 250,000 net per person – includes free flow of red and white wines, beer, and other non- alcoholic beverages.
– IDR 450,000 net per person – includes free-flow of sparkling wine, liquor, spirit, red and white wines, beer, and other non-alcoholic beverages.
Jalan Pantai Mengiat, Kawasan Pariwisata BTDC, Nusa Dua | Phone: 0361 77 11 02 | www.ayodyaresortbali.com
A wide range of authentic Japanese cuisine continues to be served at Benkay Japanese Restaurant every Sunday. This impressive and pioneering Sunday brunch is the perfect culinary experience to enjoy with family, friends or even business associates in a contemporary ambience overlooking the stunning Indian Ocean. Japanese specialties such as sushi, sashimi, tempura, udon and other favorites are available from an extensive buffet.
Presiding over the kitchen at Benkay is talented Japanese chef, Goda Katsumi, who has created a sophisticated menu of flavorsome cuisine. The restaurant also features a teppanyaki counter, nabemono, shabu-shabu and yakiniku tables. In addition, there are five private dining rooms showcasing an exquisite collection of Japanese art.
11am – 3pm
Brunch Package: IDR 480,000 net per person – inclusive of free-flow of green tea, and a sake shooter or Sapporo beer. You can also upgrade with a chilled glass of Louis Roederer champagne to enhance your dining pleasure for only IDR 590,000 net per person. These packages come with a complimentary pass that entitles you to relax at the resort’s four inter-connected pools as well as a secluded stretch of white sand beach.
Jalan Raya Nusa Dua Selatan, Nusa Dua
Phone: 0361 77 33 77 | www.grandnikkobali.com
The Sunday Brunch at W Retreat & Spa Bali’s Starfish Bloo offers indulgence and decadence on the same plate. Step inside the restaurant, and dive into a multitude of tastes with a generous selection of Pan Asian flavours and tempting stations. It doesn’t get any better than sharing a meal at Starfish Bloo on a Sunday, while looking out over the Indian Ocean.
Taking a different approach, the restaurant raises the bar by applying contemporary twists on French, Australian and Asian dishes – Pan-Asian cuisine infused with Western techniques that bring together unexpected taste sensations, as you savor a sublime Sunday brunch.
12 – 3.30pm
Food package: IDR 495,000++ per person – inclusive of free-flow of soft drinks, juice and a glass of Prosecco as a welcome drink.
– Food and beverage package: IDR 1,100,000++ per person – inclusive of free flow of Prosecco, wines, beer, selected cocktails, soft drinks and juices.
– Food and champagne package: IDR 1,750,000++ per person – inclusive of free flow of champagne, wines, beer, selected cocktails, soft drinks and juices.
Jalan Petitenget, Seminyak
Phone: 0361 3000 106 | www.wretreatbali.com