The holidays are already here, and if you have plans to travel abroad then try Bali for its amazing cuisine with a variety of luxurious restaurants but one stands out for its brunch menu.
Located on the seaside of Bali in Bali Resort, Soleil has been named the world’s most luxurious brunch restaurant.
In 2016, it was recognized and named a part of the World’s Most Luxurious Brunch Restaurants and the 20 Best Restaurant in the World for people who love Dining in Style by the TripAdvisor and Architectural Digest.
Facing the magnificent view of the tranquil Indian Ocean, the two elegant marbled dining areas with outdoor spaces are adorned with warm and inviting interiors.
For approximately AU$87 per person, one gets unlimited food between 11 am and 3 pm. this is a perfect way to spend a sunny weekend with your friends and family.
And for those who love booze, unlimited food and drinks will set you back to approximately AU$138 per person.
The restaurant is specialized in delectable dishes with a Mediterranean touch, as well as exotic cuisines from Indonesia, Vietnam, and Thailand.
On their website, you are welcome by these amazing words that convince you that they are a world-class restaurant and they sure are. ‘At Mulia Bali, we take pride in providing exceptional dining experiences for our guests, from scrumptious brunches to award-winning fine dining. Boasting extensive culinary experience, our chefs offer our signature take on local and international flavors to entice your taste buds, while our staff ensures world-class service from start to finish.’
It further states that ‘Indulge at the award-winning Soleil restaurant overlooking the stunning Nusa Dua Bay for lunch and taste our scrumptious dim sum at Table8 at dinner. Don’t miss our highly praised international buffet breakfast at The Cafe. Private dining is available at select restaurants and bars, perfect for intimate social gatherings and business functions.’
Below are some of the amazing things to feast on that standout:
there’s a whole damn station dedicated to the greatest food in the world — cheese.
With varieties coming from all over the world — including Italy, France, and Spain — it’s very difficult to stop yourself from over-doing it on all the bougie cheese and bread on offer.
There are also towers of fresh, delicious seafood — which honestly, is all we ever want to eat during a summer holiday.
It has a sushi bar that includes every kind of sushi one would ever want.
Balinese and Indonesian local food
Try platters of mouthwatering Balinese and Indonesian food, which is a delicious way to get acquainted with the local culture.
They have a range of tender, succulent meats that’ll keep you satisfied for hours so to say.
Your sweet tooth will delight at the array of colorful desserts, which are almost too pretty to eat.
The list is quite long but you can easily tell that Soleil at the Mulia takes brunch to the next level.
The next time you wondering where to take your family for vacation think of Bali and particularly in Mulia.