Level Up Your Dining Experience
The luxury dining offerings on Bali are as fabulously varied, exciting and multi-faceted. From sophisticated seafood, mouth-watering steaks, romantic French and Italian cuisine, and delicacies from the authenticity of Indonesia,your discerning palate will be deliciously satisfied with a different culinary journey every day.
Ah Yat Abalone
For a Chinese splash in an intimate environment, the Asia-wide Ah Yat Abalone at Rimba is a must visit if you are in Jimbaran. The restaurant embodies old-world Chinese hospitality and cuisine, in a modern, stylish setting. An eclectic mix of custom-made furniture and artworks contrasts with traditional Chinese table settings, matched by impeccable service from waitresses in bright cheongsam dresses.
Reflecting Ah Yat’s Cantonese heritage, the extensive menu features traditional delicacies alongside popular dishes that cater for a wider range of taste buds. Each dish prepared by the culinary team is a work of art, presented with delicate craftsmanship and beautiful creativity. If you want to feel the luxurious taste of the food, try their ‘Japanese Crown Amidori Abalone’ pricing at 15 million.
JalanKarang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran Region
+62 361 846 8478
Offering jaw-dropping views from the spot on the cosy thatched roof platform, Cascades restaurant sets standards high in Ubud for luxury dining. Lodged in the villa resort of Viceroy Bali, the restaurant’s scenery at the east over the verdant Petanu River Valley is truly spectacularand worth arriving early to experience the ambience before the night devours it.As when the evening greets, the place is illuminated with warm ambient of lighting and candles. If you are coming for lunch, you can have the luxury experience of arriving at the restaurant via air using their helicopter pick up service.
On the menu, the food is engineered with French technique in a modern flare and focus on the usage of the highest quality of ingredients. Their Degustation – European and Indonesian menu, both are created with the freshest and highest quality produce cooked with the myriad method of cooking, seducing your taste buds with this collection of dishes and enjoy the tranquility of the emerald green valley setting.
JalanLanyahan, Banjar Nagi, Ubud
+62 361 971 777
Blessed with a phenomenal location atop Bali’s southernmost cliff, Ju-Ma-Na offers a unique culinary experience of French Cuisine with Japanese twist. The spectacular view of the Indian Ocean blends perfectly with the elegant touch of Moroccan inspired interior design, something that will make you fall in love with the restaurant much too easy. Focusing on seafood as the spotlight in the restaurant, every dish is created using French cooking technique with a touch of Japanese taste.
Try out their signature dish “Live Lobster Sashimi”, which is a sashimi prepared using court bouillon technique that will promptly awaken your palate. The combination is reminiscent of a luxurious red carpet. On special occasions or serving only once a month, the chef also createsa unique culinary experience with its Deconstructed Iconic Indonesian Cuisine. Combining modern and traditional elements, this special menu is prepared to celebrate monthly full moon event for Moonlight Dinner.
Banyan Tree Ungasan
JalanMelasti, Banjar Kelod, Ungasan
+62 361 3007000 / 704477
Settling in the romantic dining setup, you will be cooled by a soft ocean breeze as you breathe in the unobstructed panoramic views of the stunning golden sands of Nusa Dua, which is only a few meters away from your eyes. The restaurant is elegantly dressed in immaculate linens and perfectly polished tableware, matching Kayuputi’s fresh modern décor and the sophisticated ambience.
To meet your taste buds, the Premium Kiwami Wagyu beefis a subtle kick for your tongue, elegantly resting side by side with butter poached lobster tail. The dish is stimulated with the special “Pangi” beef essence, made from Pangiumedule combined with other aromatic roots and spices from our island to bring the special aroma and flavor in.
With such impeccable attention to detail lavished on everything,Kayuputi delivers a luxury dining experience a cut above the rest.
St Regis Bali
+62 361 771 327
Chinese food tries to engage the mind, not just the palate. Hidden away from the eyes of the world, inside the gorgeous luxury villas of Awarta Nusa Dua, Ru Yi will take you for an authentic fine dining experience of China Town. The restaurant’s offbeat interpretation of upscale Chinese dining is tempered by one of the finest, best in class kitchens serving the most delightful customary Cantonese-style Chinese cuisines in Bali. Choose your seating spots at the relaxing, romantic ambience overlooking the refreshing waterfall pond or indoor with a classic oriental Chinese ambience.
As for the menu, Sea Cucumber braised in special Awarta Sauce is something that you want to consider putting aside with the abalone.This tastes very soft, smooth and light;melts in your mouth with a flavorful taste of a delicate Chinese fine dining meal. When you are ready to go home, take the opportunity to be elegantly dropped off by their ravishing Chrysler, upon request!
Awarta Nusa Dua Luxury Villas & Spa
BTDC Complex Lot NW 2&3 Nusa Dua
+62 361 773 300
The restaurant isall about East meets West, a sophisticated Asian twist on the French cuisine. The menu is a fusion of dishes from around the globe with an emphasis on Far Eastern cuisine combining an incredible assortment of dishes, made from the freshest ingredients. Stand for its name “TeatroGastroteque” means “Theatre”, this boutique fine dining restaurant is a place for people with passion and love of gastronomy. Details and fundamental techniques are the foundation togive the best dining experience to the guests.
The menu keeps on surprising guests, making it difficult to pinpoint your favourite dish.However, one that still has been a talk in the street is the chef’s lobster curry. That culinary creation has a colourful twist on an authentic Indonesian curry.
JalanKayuAya Blok C No. 1-2, North Kuta, Badung Regency
Joannes Rhino –Bali Online Editor