Located in the center of the hotel Grand Hyatt Bali, adjacent to the Lobby, Garden Café serves an array of classic dishes from Asia to Europe. Surrounded by cascading waterfalls and lagoons, Garden Café exudes the look and feel of a resplendent restaurant.
inspired by the balinese wisdom “nyegara gunung” from the mountain to the ocean, kayuputi showcases pan-asian haute cuisine featuring the finest ingredients from the land and the ocean. the culinary creations are complemented by the seventh consecutive year award-winning wine list from prestigious wine spectator award.
in a sublime setting of white wood or kayuputi in indonesian, the restaurant reflects in all white wood décor accented by exemplary indonesian artefacts whilst the show kitchen welcomes you to witness our talented chef brigade crafting the gastronomic indulgence against the backdrop of the majestic indian ocean.
its décor offers a perfectly modern, elegant backdrop for the tranquil ocean view. al fresco seating comes with a soft ocean breeze and an unobstructed view. guests may reserve private cabanas for dining, or opt to settle into a soft white cushion inside the high-ceiling restaurant where the two-storey wine cellar and open kitchen add to the ambience. the resort’s sommelier is pleased to consult with guests on wine selections.
within the restaurant, an intimate bar area beckons with a sofa deck and day beds, offering the perfect spot for the transition from day to evening cocktails before dinner. after dinner, enjoy the option of fine cigars from an elegant humidor.
piasan restaurant favours a slightly more up-market design but still maintains the kayumanis flair for style and visual appeal. the main dining area is an enclosed environment of clear glass to create a sense of spaciousness that belies its actual size. individual rods of polished bamboo appear to line the ceiling making for an interesting blend of modern and traditional elements. outdoor dining accommodates only a couple of intimate table settings against a waterway backdrop and a giant fire urn that is lit after dark.
once again executive chef, astawa has managed to show his level of culinary expertise with a menu that truly celebrates the tastes of italy. away from the kitchen, astawa is a humble balinese man, but it is his obvious passion for good food that saw him quickly rise through the ranks with previous employer aman resorts. clean flavors are an indication of astawa’s obsession for market fresh produce.
piasan restaurant has moved away from the typical concept of a la carte dining and has instead implemented a series of set menus. dishes tend to vary depending on what choice products happen to be available on any given day.
at piasan restaurant, kayumanis has set to capture the ritual of typical italian home dining which is a delicious feast of well prepared food and social interaction.
each set menu includes an appetizer or soup and main meal in decent sized portions that still leave diners with enough appetite to sample desert and of course an italian style espresso.
a fully stocked bar of cocktails, spirits and selection of fine international wines are also available.
open for lunch and dinner, piasan restaurant at kayumanis is set to add a touch of contemporary class to the dining options that already exist within the exclusive nusa dua enclave. reservations are recommended.
open daily for lunch, afternoon tea and dinner and widely regarded as one of the best beachfront seafood restaurants in bali, let alone nusa dua, arwana restaurant specializes in a wide range of expertly prepared, delicious fish and seafood dishes, sourced fresh at the local fish market every morning.
with impeccable service and a superb range of wines and cocktails, this classically styled nusa dua restaurant has a choice of alfresco and outdoor seating options. the rustic, airy air-conditioned inside is in tune with its tropical surroundings, while the terrace offers a superb dining experience with a gentle sea breeze and the indian ocean playing its soft melody in the background.
in the balinese dialect the term ‘tetaring’ refers to a temporary roof structure made from bamboo and woven palm fronds erected within the home of temple compound during the lead up to an important ceremony. the local community gathers under the tetaring as a form of shade to prepare the numerous offerings that will be required for the ritual.
the design of tetaring restaurant borrows from the social connotations its balinese definition to provide a stunning contemporary styled dining environment with plenty of visual appeal. combining indigenous material such as glass and bamboo, the restaurant has traditional intent with a modern twist. with a seating capacity for 28 guests, tetaring by day is bathed in natural sunlight and comes to life after dark with subtle placements of glowing fixtures. exposing the elements of open style balinese living, the dining room set-up is completed by frosted glass tables and chic designer chairs that massage and caress the body.
the cuisine at tetaring is indonesia using traditional ingredients and market fresh produce. executive chef, astawa brings the experience with him from the kitchens of aman resorts. he shows an extraordinary level of culinary expertise for a balinese and he insists on making his own sauces for each dish entirely from scratch.
apart from its standard fare, tetaring features a special taster menu of dishes that change daily to highlight flavors and kitchen innovative. all meals are accompanied by a fully stocked bar of preferred beverages and a selection of fine international wines. there are future plans to include a cuban cigar bar and pre-dinner lounge.
open for all day dining, afternoon tea and cocktails, tetaring restaurant at kayumanis is set to add a touch of spice to the dining options that already exist within the exclusive nusa dua enclave. reservations for dinner are recommended.