George Bernard Shaw once said that, ‘there is no sincerer love than the love of food’. Whether couples getting married agree with this or not remains to be seen, but brides and grooms getting married in Bali shouldn’t miss out on the opportunity to fall in love with traditional Balinese cuisine.
Although Balinese cuisine is gaining popularity around the world, nothing beats experiencing the delightful dishes in a traditional setting. We invite you to experience for yourself, the intoxicating flavours of our skilled chefs at the Balinese village setting of the Bumbu Bali restaurant, in Tanjung Benoa.
Couples who dine at either Bumbu Bali restaurants are guaranteed to have an experience which they won’t ever forget as they discover the hitherto secret tastes of traditional, mouth-watering Balinese food. Full of intense flavours, Balinese meals always marry together sugar and spice.
Enjoy generous portions of our flavoursome duck in banana leaf or sates with a range of sides and finished off with fresh seasonal fruit – one of life’s greatest pleasures!
Our passionate and skilled chefs, use only the freshest local ingredients. The beautiful, vibrant dishes they create are then served on the finest ceramics around, ceramics which local Balinese artisan craftsmen lovingly produce to fit in with our traditional village décor.
Beyond the delicious food, the ambiance at our restaurant is incredibly romantic. For this reason we were recently included in an article published on Expedia. The guide, ‘Have Your Dream Wedding, Bali Style’, helps Australian brides plan their dream destination wedding in beautiful Bali.
It reads, ‘A pre-wedding dinner gives guests a chance to meet and mingle, making for a more relaxed day ahead. Book the bridal party in for a cooking course at upscale Bumbu Bali Restaurant on Benoa Bay and watch them bond over the exotic flavours.’
For couples wanting to take away more than just photographs and happy memories of their beautiful Balinese wedding, attending a Bumbu Bali cooking class is a great way to take the true taste of Bali back home. The classes are run by experts who will guide the wedding party around the local market for fresh ingredients and then will teach them how to create traditional Balinese cuisine and infuse them with exotic spices.
Could there ever be a better way of remembering a wedding than by being able to cook traditional Balinese dishes back home? If you’re planning a destination wedding in Bali, or you simply want to understand Balinese culture better on your next holiday, make sure to book into one of our fabulous cooking classes.
For couples who are getting married in Bali – don’t miss out on the opportunity to fall in love with authentic Balinese gastronomy. The only place to get a real taste of this delectable cuisine is at the Bumbu Bali restaurant in Tanjung Benoa, recently featured in Expedia’s article, ‘Have Your Dream Wedding, Bali Style’: http://blog.expedia.com.au/