The Trans Resort Bali has been offering a sensational Chinese Sunday brunch lately which The Beat had the opportunity of trying recently. It’s called Sunday Yum Cha Buffet Luncheon and it’s on every Sunday from 12 noon to 3pm at The Restaurant, which overlooks the open swimming pool area. Besides Dim Sum, they also serve Chinese cuisine complete with a Lamian noodle Station where guests can experience hand-made noodles. The long sprout tea pot server is truly authentic and so is the Chinese cuisine. Guests can also indulge in a swim after the brunch. Sounds ideal, give it a try next Sunday at The Trans. IDR 250,000++ per person, the price inclusive of iced tea/water, free access to Kids Club and the famous white sandy beach-pool.
Sunday Yum Cha by the pool at The Trans Resort Bali
- February 7, 2017
- Food News
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