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Set Menues

THE  RIJSTTAFEL
During the colonial period of Indonesia the Dutch lived rather lavish life’s, with plenty of servants to assist in making life as comfortable as possible. Eating was not any different and the choice given was either Colonial Dutch or Indonesian Cuisine. When ever they referred to Indonesian cooking then the basic phrase of Rijsttafel was used, meaning Rice Table. Contrary to European cuisine, which was mostly plated, Indonesian dishes were always served in the center of the table surrounding a large basket of steamed white rice

BALINESE RIJSTTAFEL

Rp.640.000 ++ for two
Minimum order two Person

SOUP
Cram Cam – Clear Chicken Soup with Shallots

MAIN DISHES
Sambel be Tongkol – Tuna Salad
Sate Babi, Ayam, Lilit – Pork, Chicken and Seafood Sate
Ayam Pelalah – Shredded Chicken with Chili and Tomato
Tum Bebek – Minced Duck in Banana Leaf
Be Celeng Base Manis – Pork in Sweet Soy Sauce
Be Sampi Mebase Bali – Balinese Style Beef Rendang
Kambing Mekuah – Lamb Stew with Cardamom
Ikan Bakar – Grilled Fish Fillet
Pesan be Pasih – Diced Fish Grilled in Banana Leaf
Lawar dan Sayur – Daily Two Changing Vegetable Dishes
Nasi – Daily two Different Steamed Rice

DESSERT
Kue Bali – Selection of Balinese Cakes
Bubuh Injin – Black Rice Pudding
Jaja Batun Bedil – Glutinous Rice Flour Dumplings in Palm Sugar Sauce
Buah-Buahan – Seasonal Balinese Fruits
Kopi Bali atau Teh – Balinese Coffee or Tea

Prizes are subject to 10% service charge and 11% government tax

SEAFOOD RIJSTTAFEL

THE WATERS AROUND BALI ARE EMPTY

Dearest Diner

For the past 20 years we took incredible pride in the quality of our fresh seafood, chosen with the greatest of care from the local market each and every day. As a result, this section of the menu was dedicated to our Seafood Rijsttafel. The set menu offered a good variety of the very best local seafood prepared carefully in the traditional Balinese way. Two gentleman’s in our team visit daily the only local seafood market in Jimbaran in search of the finest and freshest fish caught.

It is with greatest sadness that we need to inform you that the ocean around Bali is absolutely fished out. I know this sounds crazy as everybody expects fresh fish on an island surrounded by oceans.  Then again if you work in a bank does not necessary mean that you actually have a lot of money.

Yes, there is still some fish like sardines, mackerels and bonitos in the waters around Bali which unfortunately is of low quality and of no great interest to us.

Over the last many years our teams have spared no efforts to save thousands of green sea turtles and tens of thousands of turtle eggs that we rescued from poachers and hatched them. We also where very careful when purchasing seafood and would have never   prepared a fish that is undersized following the strict rules as found under Australian law.

It is simply against our environmental believes to fly seafood in from around the globe to be featured on our menu.

We still visit the fish market daily in search for the finest and freshest fish. If luck is on our side that we find some great seafood, then we will still purchase them and have them on offer the same night.

Our sincere apologies if we are not able to meet your expectations in terms of seafood selection. However, we can ashore you that the small variety of seafood on our menu is the very freshest found in these waters.

Thank you very much for your understanding and please do enjoy your Balinese dinner.

Heinz and the Team in Bumbu Bali

 

 

 

VEGETARIAN RIJSTTAFEL

Rp.325.000 ++ per person

SOUP
Gedang Mekuah – Green Papaya and Mushroom Soup

MAIN DISHES
Sate Tempe – Fermented Soy Bean Cake Sate
Jukut Antungan – Creamy Vegetable Salad
Pesan Wong – Grilled Mushrooms in Banana Leaf
Ketipat Cantok – Warm Vegetable Salad with Rice Cakes
Sayur Mesanten – Braised Vegetables in Coconut Cream
Lawar dan Sayur – Daily Two Changing Vegetables
Sambel Goreng Tempe – Crispy Soy Bean Cakes in Sweet Soy Dressing
Mie Goreng – Fried Noodles with Vegetables
Nasi – Daily Two different Steamed Rice

DESSERT
Kue Bali – Selection of Balinese Cakes
Bubuh Injin – Black Rice Pudding
Jaja Batun Bedil – Glutinous Rice Flour Dumplings in Palm Sugar Sauce
Buah Buahan – Seasonal Fruits
Kopi Bali atau Teh – Balinese Coffee or Tea

Prices are subject to 10% service charge and 11% government tax