A unique hybrid offering the
best of breakfast and lunch, Sunday brunch is a time for lingering, savouring, and guilt-free indulgence.
The origins of brunch are vague, but seem to be associated with church goers, particularly Catholics who were required to fast before attending Sunday Mass, which would finish t
oo late for breakfast, but too early for a full traditional lunch. The word itself was first documented in 1895, by British writer Guy Beringer in an essay called Brunch: A Plea in which he describes brunch as, “Cheerful, sociable and inciting. It puts you in a good temper, and sweeps awa
y the worries and the cobwebs of the week.”He goes on to write, “By eliminating the need to get up early on Sunday, brunch would make life brighter for Saturday night carousers.” A rather applicable sentiment, considering Bali’s decadent night life. Here are some tips for sparking up your Sunday.
With the theme Sip, Savour, Shop the Market brunch at Feast is an extravaganza of eastern and western flavours, live cooking stations, and an open-air market so you can also buy fresh local produce to take home with you. With a great location right on the Kuta beachfront, there is also babysitting and kids activities and even special dog care for your beloved pet.
Sunday Brunch is the newest offering from the luxurious Karma Kandara Resort. Perched 100 meters above the cliffs of Bukit Peninsula, di Mare offers dramatic views of the sparkling ocean and a brunch overflowing with fruits de mer and sushi artisan cheeses.
Magnifique at Cut Catch Cucina strikes a chord with those who have extravagant taste. Fresh seafood galore, an osteria corner brimming with homemade pasta, a live carving and roasting station, decadent desserts and optional free flow Champagne and wines.
The biggest Italian buffet on the island, Prego offers a wholesome and fun family-style brunch packed with Italian favourites, from pastas to wood fired pizza, regional specialties, and of course fabulous pastries and cakes. Kids will love having their own private buffet, and the different themes and activities on offer every Sunday.
With an enchanting setting in an antique-filled joglo, Biku channels the grace of years gone by and is justifiably famous for its traditional High Tea. Think dainty cup cakes, frosted ginger bread men, scones with jam and cream, finger sandwiches, strawberries and cream,and an exotic selection of imported teas.
Mesmerising ocean views and a fusion of traditional and contemporary flavoursawait at the Japanese Brunch at Benkay. Dine on Tasmanian salmon sashimi, deep-fried oysters, Angus beef tenderloin and charcoal grilled chicken skewers, washed down with a fine choice of Sake.
Dine in the opulent surrounds of St Regis, Bali with a menu that includes lobster egg omelets, Wagyu beef steak and eggs, and pancakes with maple syrup, nuts and chantilly cream. Take a slice or two from the carvery, dip strawberries in the Valrhona chocolate fountain, and seriously consider adding to the wow factor with free flow Champagne.
Fancy splurging on lobster? Then the Lobster Brunch at The Regent is certainly for you. Enjoy fresh oysters, free flow Champagne, and ‘cooked to order’ dishes from Garlic Butter & Lime, Grilled Lobster, Lobster Pasta, Lobster& Chorizo, as well as a mouth watering dessert buffet.Kids can enjoy free activities at the Sea Stars Kids club.
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