Dining in the heart of Bali, the historical Oberoi!
Located on the sophisticated, fashionable Seminyak beach, The Oberoi, Bali is spread across fifteen acres of breathtaking tropical gardens. The hotel grounds are dotted with ancient Balinese temples, where they still present daily offerings, and boast a natural stone amphitheatre, a private dining space and the only local venue for regular Balinese dance performances.
Traditional Balinese thatch, natural stone and ornate wood carvings lend an authentic ambience to the luxury rooms, villas, open-air spa and world class dining spaces.
Each of their traditional, thatched, open-air dining spaces is blessed with breathtaking ocean views, fragrant with tropical blossoming trees, and melodious with the sound of crashing waves and playful geckos.
Guests can experience fine European and Indonesian cuisine, be entertained by authentic Balinese music and dance, and delight in the romantic, candlelit, paradise island ambience at The Oberoi, Bali.
Kura Kura Restaurant is a thatched, open-air, fine dining space, named after the turtles that nest on the nearby sands.
It is caressed by the sound of water flowing in the central lily pond and waves lapping the nearby shores of Seminyak Beach. Ornate with Balinese stone carvings and traditional artifacts, Kura Kura is a wonderful place to enjoy European and Indonesian delicacies.
Frangipani Café is an al fresco dining space that overlooks Seminyak Beach.
During the day, it offers magnificent views of waves crashing upon the fine sands. Furnished with rich teak wood, ornamented with colourful Balinese parasols and framed by tropical coconut, frangipani and hibiscus trees, our cafe is a slice of island paradise.
At candlelit tables caressed by sea breezes, guests can take in views of the Indian Ocean, the fantastic amphitheatre and tropical gardens, while enjoying the sound of the crashing surf or live entertainment.
Kayu Bar serves classic and contemporary cocktails, champagne and fine wines until late in the night.
The natural stone amphitheatre is the only venue where guests and the public can experience traditional Balinese dance performances, bi-weekly. Designed in the style of a traditional Balinese palace arena, the amphitheatre features a delightful water body, a stone bridge, a stage and a seating area for al fresco dining.
At intimate, candlelit tables, caressed by the sea breeze and the fragrance of tropical blossoms, guests can experience fine dining while being entertained by authentic Balinese dance and music.