In­done­sian flair

Feast like a king at Sangkar Restau­rant at Bvl­gari Re­sort Bali


Perched more than 150m above the seashore at the edge of a cliff, Bvl­gari Re­sort Bali is renowned for of­fer­ing ma­jes­tic sweep­ing views of the azure blue In­dian Ocean.

Match­ing the so­phis­ti­ca­tion of its 59 vil­las and five Man­sions are a se­lec­tion of F&B op­tions. When in Bali, it is only natural to seek out the finest In­done­sian fare. In this re­spect, Sangkar Restau­rant’s finely crafted cre­ations fit the bill per­fectly. Named af­ter an In­done­sian bird­cage, the 70-seater restau­rant is sur­rounded by wood and stone pan­els and dec­o­rated with tra­di­tional rooster cages, all il­lu­mi­nated by ceil­ing and tra­di­tional wo­ven lamps.

The chefs at Sangkar Restau­rant com­bine the re­gion’s most sump­tu­ous tra­di­tional recipes with modern culinary tech­niques. Feast on au­then­tic In­done­sian favourites such as the sweet and sour Ja­vanese soup soto udang pes­mol (crispy tempe salad with baby greens, fried shal­lots and a pome­gran­ate dress­ing) and grilled chicken ayam pang­gang bumbu Bali. A must-try is the nasi goreng, in which In­done­sian fried rice is served with Wagyu beef sa­tay, jumbo prawn and fried egg. For more in­ter­na­tional dishes, tuck into ex­ec­u­tive chef An­drew Skin­ner’s grilled bar­ra­mundi and jumbo tiger prawns, Wagyu beef burger or hearty Ital­ian dishes.

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