ADDING SPICE TO YOUR SUN­DAY

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Lo­cated at one of the qui­eter sides of Bali, Rumah Luwih—a 7 -room beach­side re­sort styled af­ter a grand colo­nial man­sion—o ers sweep­ing ocean views, plush guest quar­ters, and home-cooked meals served in its el­e­gant An­draw­ina Restau­rant. A mag­net for lo­cal food­ies, the lat­ter has re­cently upped its ap­peal with the in­tro­duc­tion of a Per­anakan Sun­day Brunch, an all-you-can-eat a air fea­tur­ing authen­tic del­i­ca­cies that boast a sub­tle com­bi­na­tion of Chi­nese, Malay, and In­done­sian avors. High­lights in­clude such aro­matic Per­anakan dishes as cumibakar­malaka (Malacca-style grilled squid), aya­masampedas “àla Nonya” (spicy tamarind chicken), and babi

hong (braised pork belly), while Per­anakan-style noo­dles and freshly grilled satay are avail­able from an out­door stall. For a sweet nish, try the

kuehsar­lat, a tra­di­tional Straits Chi­nese dessert of gluti­nous rice topped with sweet, co­conut-y cus­tard. En­joyed against an In­dian Ocean back­drop, it’s the per­fect Sun­day in­dul­gence. For more in­for­ma­tion, call 62-361/200-5899 or visit rumahluwih.com

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