Brunch

Kreol Kitchen

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If you’re searching for an intimate and relaxed space with old world charm, then Kreol Kitchen could well be the place

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Quirky and vintage in its fittings and decor, this little go-to restaurant on Jalan Drupadi ticks all the boxes.

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We enjoyed a late breakfast here however the menu is extensive enough to cater to any meal sitting.

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Overlooking the gently blowing rice paddies and with a background of soothing music, Kreol Kitchen is a little gem tucked away on an often bustling road.

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A lazy Sunday Brunch at the Sheraton…

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Bali Sunday Brunches have reached a competitive level these days.

Having previously enjoyed an indulgent brunch at the divine St Regis Resort in Nusa Dua, I felt theirs would be hard to top.   It was with some trepidation therefore, that I attended Sheraton Bali Kuta hotel’s “Sunday Market Brunch”.

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I need not have been concerned however, and at just 270,000Rph per adult, the “Sip, Savor and Shop at the Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort’s Feast Market Brunch” is a screaming bargain!

We chose the wine package “all you can sip of locally crafted beers, fine wines and signature cocktails” for an additional 200,000Rph.  (Duval Leroy Brut Champers and Starwood Wines of the World Selection was an additional 450,000Rph)

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As a self-confessed décor snob, I was slightly let down on arrival.  (The St Regis at Nusa Dua however, is on a level of its own, let’s face it!)  I soon settled in with great company, moorish free-flowing cocktails and a selection of scrumptious food selections.

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An outstanding seafood selection was available for viewing on ice, via the alfresco area.  BBQ style cooking took place here also.

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I chose more than I needed and came back for 2nds – and 3rds!!  The free flow wines are very drinkable.  The service at this brunch is impeccable.

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The Sheraton Bali Kuta brunch runs from 12midday to 3pm each Sunday.  The menu changes weekly to allow for seasonal ingredients availability.  A Market stall is also available should you wish to purchase fresh produce.

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A kid’s corner is all set for small people dining.  It really is a fab family venue- and outing!  Having said that, we were seated comfortably enough away from the kids area so as not to be disturbed.

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Did I tell you the Market Brunch is a screaming bargain?!!  Kids (aged 4-12yrs) are just 135,000Rph too.

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For more information and booking details, click here:

http://www.sheratonbalikuta.com/en/market-brunch

HINT 1:  Hit the ground running after brunch and head into Kuta square by foot for some fixed price retail therapy.  Alternatively, duck out to the adjacent  new and impressive Kuta Boardwalk shopping centre and pick up a bargain at Zara or other recommended designer stores.

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HINT 2:  If you are wanting to kick back and continue being waited on ( as we did), head on up to the next floor where you can enjoy a continued drink service whilst watching the sun set over the idyllic Kuta beach.  Bliss!

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Cheers & Bon appetite!!

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An indulgent food feast at the St Regis Sunday Brunch….

SUNDAY BRUNCH AT THE BONEKA RESTAURANT, ST REGIS HOTEL, NUSA DUA 

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An indulgent food feast of complete decadence awaits you at the stunning St Regis, Nusa Dua.

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I confess I am not a foodie and generally “eat to live”.  Sunday Brunch at the Boneka however, showed how I could change my stance and begin to “live to eat”.

We enjoyed moorish cocktails served in the luxurious King Cole Bar from 11am for 1 hour – long enough to indulge in a few of their signature Bloody Mary’s!!  The beautiful Boneka restaurant then hosts the brunch with a spectacular smorgasbord of food.

The food is fresh and beautifully presented.  The dishes include lobster, oysters, foie gras, wagyu beef and roasted meats from the carvery, valrhona chocolate, tropical fruits and other sinful sweets.

Have I also mentioned how much I adore the St Regis, Bali hotel?  From the glamorous entry with striking multiple glass light-fittings, the lush, evergreen layered vegetation, the perfectly indulgent Remede Spa to the warm and welcoming staff, to the elegant Narumi bone china, the St Regis Bali is first class all the way.

If, like myself,  you are an admirer of decor, design and architecture, you will enjoy the stunning St Regis Bali!

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St Regis Sunday Brunch was a total pleasure and a wonderfully memorable experience.

Live music adds a graceful ambiance to an already stylish venue.

The St Regis Sunday Brunch is highly recommended as an elegant venue for an indulgent Christmas/Easter, Birthday, Mothers/Fathers Day or any other celebratory occasion.

HINT:  Complimentary “Children’s Learning Centre” fun for 4-12 year olds so parents can relax and fully enjoy the Boneka Sunday Brunch experience.

Sunday Brunch: 12pm – 3pm

Email: boneka.bali@stregis.com

Website: www.stregisbali.com

Brunch: www.stregisbali.com/en/bali-boneka-brunch

Bon appetite!!

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