W Bali

Exquisite Taste - - Exquisite Cocktails -

There are, of course, al­ter­na­tives to eat­ing babi gul­ing street side due to its iconic sta­tus and pop­u­lar­ity. In fact, the is­land's most fa­mous dish fea­tures promi­nently on the menus of some of the is­land's most pop­u­lar restau­rants. Take W Bali in Seminyak, for in­stance, where suck­ling pig fea­tures as part of the cel­e­brated Sun­day brunches in both its restau­rants. With a se­lec­tion of ta­bles, in­door fish bas­ket booths and al fresco ban­quet ta­bles, all with open views over the cur­va­ceous pool and Seminyak's fa­mous beach, Starfish Bloo of­fers guests an up­beat ex­otic din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. The freeflow pack­ages and in-house DJ help cre­ate a party at­mos­phere that really com­ple­ments the fan­tas­tic buf­fet.

If you fancy some­thing a lit­tle qui­eter, try FIRE, the re­sort's out­stand­ing grill, which of­fers an equally im­pres­sive buf­fet with a large se­lec­tion of à la minute dishes and drinks. Starfish Bloo and FIRE are two of the most pop­u­lar Sun­day brunches in Bali and both serve an ex­cel­lent tra­di­tional-style suck­ling pig that comes com­plete with all the com­po­nents, such as spicy sausage, lawar , pulled meat and the de­li­cious au­then­tic condi­ments.

Reser­va­tions are highly rec­om­mended at both Starfish Bloo and FIRE.

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