Bali Brunch: Bali, the tropical paradise located in the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, is not only famous for its beautiful beaches, fascinating culture, and delicious food but also for its brunch options. Whether you’re looking for a healthy and refreshing option or a indulgent and satisfying meal, Bali has something to offer for every brunch lover.
From the bustling streets of Seminyak to the tranquil rice paddies of Ubud, these are some of the best brunch places around Bali that you should not miss. Here are some of the most popular brunch places in the island.
1. Sunny Sunday Brunch: Soleil at The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas
The skinny: Soleil’s Sunday brunch, located beachfront at The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas, is positively, absolutely, utterly extraordinary. Soleil, French for “sun,” serves Mediterranean and Pan-Asian cuisine with influences from Indonesia, Vietnam, and Thailand.
With a superb selection of premium meat, grilled seafood, and infinite specialties, an all-inclusive a la carte menu, and daily chef’s selections, the culinary selection is as broad as the resort’s never-ending pool. Oh, and don’t forget about the delectable dessert bar, with a spectrum of sweet masterpieces and a liquid nitrogen ice cream station.
Brunch includes free-flow soft drinks (priced at IDR 799,000++ per person), while two tiers of drinks packages allow you to add on wine, cocktails, and beers, with the premium package including bubbles for IDR 1,359,000++ per person. Brunch for children aged three to eight years is IDR 349,000++, which includes unlimited beverages. Brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Soleil at The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas, Nusa Dua Jl Raya Nusa Dua, Sawangan, Nusa Dua p. +62 361 301 7777 / +62 855 3904 391, e. firstname.lastname@example.org
2. The Island’s Finest Weekend Brunch: Kayuputi at The St. Regis Bali Resort
The skinny: This spectacular, five-star Champagne feast at Kayuputi (the namesake restaurant of The St. Regis Bali Resort) is the thoroughbred version of a weekend brunch. Luxurious, decadent, and divine. World-Class. It’s the Rolls Royce of Bali breakfasts, where you can add plenty of caviar or exquisite Champagne to your weekend (and yes, it’s open on both Saturday and Sunday!).
The brunch is unrivaled in Bali in terms of luxury and exclusivity, showcasing the greatest Asian-inspired, haute cuisine. It all begins with Champagne, aperitifs, and hand-crafted canapés in the sparkling bar area to get you in the mood for brunch before the main event.
All of your favorite gourmet treats are available here, including a seemingly unending procession of oysters, lobster, caviar, and every other opulent item imaginable, served directly to your table. Foie gras, fresh fish, and high-quality meats are all available in plenty. This is one brunch worth splurging on.
The agreement: The feast includes complimentary aperitifs and juices at the Kayuputi Bar from 11am – 12pm, followed by brunch from 12 – 3pm, and is priced at IDR 1,100,000 nett per person for Saturday brunch and IDR 1,500,000 nett for Sunday brunch. Add the Beverage Package for IDR 1,450,000 nett, which includes sparkling, red, and white wines, as well as renowned cocktails or mocktails. Brunch is only available by reservation.
Kayuputi at The St. Regis BaliResort, Kawasan Pariwisata, Lot S6, Nusa Dua Bali, p. +62 361 300 6786, e. email@example.com
3. Lobster everything: Lobster Brunch at Alila Villas Uluwatu's CIRE.
The skinny: Foodies and lobster connoisseurs, this Sunday brunch is for you. The entire meal at Alila Villas Uluwatu’s Lobster Brunch revolves around this seaside delicacy. You’ll find lobster in your croquettes, gently piled on your breakfast eggs, simmering in a French-style bisque, and even churned into butter on the menu.
You can choose between three and five meals, each of which is large enough to share with the entire table (we barely got through three!). You can even order table-side cocktails, such as a trio of Bloody Mary variations, shaken and mixed right in front of your eyes.
The brunch is available from 12pm until 4pm. The package, which costs IDR 700,000++ per person for three courses or IDR 1,000,000++ per person for five courses, includes access to the swimming pool and poolside amenities, so bring your swimsuits! A la carte beverages are available, including the artisanally produced Bloody Mary Gueridon. Seating is limited, so make your reservation early.
CIRE at Alila Villas Uluwatu, Jl Belimbing Sari, p. +62 811 385 5729, e. firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Uma Cucina at COMO Ubud - an Italian-inspired Sunday brunch
Locally produced vegetables and Italian flavors are translated in colorful, easygoing selections suitable for sharing with friends at Uma Cucina. Handmade pastas, woodfired pizzas, and classic Italian pastries are among the house specialties. Uma Cucina foods are also available for takeout, both for delivery and pick-up.
As if you needed another reason to visit Ubud on the weekend, COMO Uma Ubud’s signature restaurant serves a particularly unique Italian-inspired Sunday brunch. Think freshly thrown brick oven pizzas, flawlessly grilled fish on the chargrill, and an unending supply of sides, nibbles, bits, and bites to graze away the day. Oh, and there’s a fantastic assortment of wines and beverages to assist things along.
Brunch comprises an all-you-can-eat a la carte menu priced at IDR 400,000++ per person, with alcoholic free-flow beverages available as an extra add-on. Every Sunday, from 11.30 a.m. until 3.30 p.m., the brunch is served.
Uma Cucina at COMO Uma Ubud, Jl Raya Sanggingan No. 21, Kedewatan, Ubud, p. +62 821 4732 4042, e. email@example.com
5. Rumari Restaurant Modern Balinese Brunch.
Raffles Bali combines surf and turf with real Indonesian flavors, and we can’t get enough of their famed Rumari Brunch. The meal begins with an amuse-bouche, followed by a modern spin on Balinese cuisine, including rujak scallops and grilled Wagyu. Then, go to a gourmet selection of exquisite pastas and cheeses, followed by a plated dessert degustation. When it comes to refreshments, you can sip your way through free-flowing soft drinks or go all out with free-flowing wines and Champagnes. After all, it is the Raffles Bali, so a luxurious upgrade is highly advised!
Sunday Brunch is priced at IDR 950,000++ per person and includes free flow non-alcoholic drinks, which can be upgraded to include wines and Champagnes (up to IDR 1,950,000++). Brunch is served from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Rumari Restaurant at Raffles Bali, Jl Karang Mas Sejahtera No. 1A, Jimbaran, p. +62 361 201 5800 /+62 811 382 095 59, e. firstname.lastname@example.org
6. Cucina Brunch at Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort : European Delight.
Thanks to its unending assortment of gourmet cuisines, bottomless bubbles, and tropical, oceanside ambiance, this epic spread at Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort has become one of Bali’s most famous feasting traditions. The Cucina Brunch transports you around the world with a stunning spread of meats, salads, pizzas, and seafood – plus a fresh sea breeze and a live band serenading the occasion – with a splendid selection of the finest food from Italy, Spain, France, and Asia (think charcuteries, cheeses, and decadent pastries).
Of course, a gourmet feast would be nothing without some good wines and bubbles, so the brunch includes additional drink options that feature bottomless pours of superb vinos, spirits, and plenty of Champagne.
The Cucina Brunch, priced at IDR 688,000++ per person, includes free-flow soft drinks, but it’s always preferable to splurge on the drinks packages: select between the free-flow alcohol package and the premium package, which includes quality alcohol and Champagne. Every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the brunch includes post-brunch pool access.
Cucina at Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort, BTDC Complex Lot No 5 Nusa Dua, p. +62811 3820 3740, e. email@example.com
7. Sundays Brunch at the Apurva Kempinski Bali
The Sunday Brunchcation at The Apurva Kempinski in Nusa Dua is much more than “simply” a delicious brunch; it’s a complete day of fantastic fun in the sun. For starters, the breakfast at Pala Restaurant is superbly placed, right in the heart of the vast 60-metre infinity pool with the incredible smorgasbord on offer. And what a spread it is.
The Brunchcation menu includes a big assortment of seafood, roasts and chops from the fire, as well as a suckling pig on a spit, a gigantic lobster ice sculpture, sushi, sashimi, and a blazing grill ready to cook your food to order.
Save room for dessert, which is as delicious as the finest French patisseries in Paris, complete with a chocolate fountain, gelato counter, fruits and cheeses. But the Sunday session does not end there. Brunchcation package includes 20% off all spa treatments at the Apurva Spa, exclusive access to the ocean-view fitness center, and complementary kids activities, water sports, and a sun lounger on the resort’s tropical beach.
Brunch costs IDR 700,000++ and includes free-flow soft drinks and a complimentary welcome drink on the Rooftop Bar, which also has live entertainment. The alcoholic beverage package, which includes cocktails, wines, and beers, costs IDR 1,300,000 ++ per person. Brunch is served from 12 p.m. to 3.30 p.m., and children aged 6 to 12 eat for half price.
Pala Restaurant & Rooftop Bar at The Apurva Kempinski Bali, Jl Raya Nusa Dua Selatan, Sawangan, Nusa Dua, p. +62 361 209 2288, e. firstname.lastname@example.org
In conclusion, Bali offers a wide variety of brunch options for all types of travelers. From luxurious resorts to cozy cafes, there is something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for traditional Indonesian dishes or international cuisine, these brunch spots are sure to impress. So, next time you’re in Bali, be sure to check out some of these top brunch places and indulge in a delicious meal while taking in the beautiful surroundings.
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