Bejana, Signature Indonesian Restaurant during The Ritz-Carlton, Bali

A Culinary Journey by a Indonesian Archipelago. Bejana is home to a ‘Culinary Cave’ an sparkling epicurean training core permitting guest to learn Indonesian cooking by hands-on practice with a Chef.


Bali, Indonesia (PRURGENT) — Bejana, from a Indonesian word for a tradition culinary vessel, presents a singular brew of five-star-flair and loose ambience. Sure to be a tip dining end in Bali, Bejana facilities a accumulation of indoor and outside seating with thespian views of a review and a Indian Ocean. Located on a upper-cliff, a grill is open for dinner, welcoming guest and visitors alike. Bejana is also home to a ‘Culinary Cave’ an sparkling epicurean training core permitting guest to learn Indonesian cooking by hands-on practice with a Chef.

“Indonesia has a really abounding culinary heritage, and Bejana embraces this tradition. By introducing Indonesia’s many famous cuisines, we take a guest on a tour by a Archipelago,” says Karim Tayach, General Manager of The Ritz-Carlton, Bali.

Designed by Burega Farnell, a grill sits on 3 opposite levels. The upper-level houses a Culinary Cave, featuring an open kitchen with 3 state-of-the-art cooking stations for training and demonstrations as good as a colonial character chef’s table. A step down, a center of a grill guest will find a private dining room for 12, as good as several insinuate tables generally designed for couples, with a regretful atmosphere complimented by a tiny garden and bar. The final turn is set on an alfresco wooden deck, featuring friendly lounges and infrequent outside seating. The perplexing Balinese pattern was shabby by normal elements from internal craftsmen and creates an unusually superb sourroundings with a country edge.

The menu presents dishes from opposite regions of Bali and Indonesia, such as Soto Pesmol, a spiced coconut and seafood soup creatively from Jakarta, and Bebek Betutu, a Balinese fry steep in Banana Leaf. Local impulse is also reflected in a bar where mixologists have re-crafted some of Indonesia’s normal libation into special libations for guests. Bajjigur is a singular savoury comfortable libation from West Java, customarily enjoyed on cooler, stormy days and sole from roving carts. Bejana’s spin captures a flavors and aromas of a original, with tawny coconut milk, honeyed brownish-red sugar, outlandish regard from ginger with hints of pandan root and lemongrass, though offers additional lenience with a further of Myers Rum and Malibu.

Joined by a rarely learned team, Chef Made Karyasa has combined a farm-to-table knowledge during a Culinary Cave. Beginning with an moving revisit to circuitously normal markets in a morning, guest will join Chef Made as he sources a freshest internal ingredients. With their annuity in hand, guest lapse to a review and continue to collect and collect a according spices and spices from a resort`s Chef`s garden, and move it to Bejana where Chef Made teaches them how to ready normal Indonesian food in a Culinary Cave. The sparkling morning concludes with a gratifying lunch permitting a organisation to representation a dishes they have only created.

While reservations are recommended, Bejana is open from 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. daily with weekly off days. To haven a table, greatfully hit a grill reservation organisation during +62 361 849 8988 or email during

About The Ritz-Carlton, Bali.

Offering an superb pleasant ambience, The Ritz-Carlton, Bali is a lush review benefitting from a overwhelming clifftop and beachside setting. With willing views over a cerulean waters of a Indian Ocean and 313 atmospheric and sumptuously allocated suites and villas, review guest can indulge in an halcyon romantic, family or business interlude. Along a foreshore are The Ritz-Carlton Club®, 6 stylish dining venues, an indulgent and outlandish marine-inspired Spa, a glamorous beachfront chapel, fun and recreational activities during Ritz Kids and endless assembly and celebratory eventuality venues for a stay that creates memories that final a lifetime.

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