Fun Sunday Yum Cha Sunday Brunch

Before the weekdays unfold, spend the quality time with your loved ones and discover the tastes of Asia with the The Trans Resort Bali. At The Restaurant’s Fun Sunday Yum Cha, let your taste buds be seduced with the sumptuous selections, featuring a variety of dim sums, more Pan-Asian favorites and, of course, tea.

A unique Chinese tradition, Yum Cha first began thousands of years ago to gather and socialize while enjoying a variety of delicacies and drinking tea. Here, Yum Cha is not simply about the food and tea; it is a feast where foodies are invited to indulge in an array of Pan-Asian dishes. The Sunday brunch begins with a lavish Chinese-inspired buffet, hand-crafted by the culinary team to offer different menu every week. It continues with the live stations, including their signature lamian station which won’t only serve guests this authentic Chinese noodle, but also an attractive noodle-making performance. There food stations also include fresh salads, succulent Mongolian barbecue, the classic Peking duck, the sweet and sour tom yum soup and the sweet desserts, as well as a wide selection of homemade dim sums, served in station and passed-around in trolley. Finally, the oriental brunching experience here is made complete with Chinese tea, served on the table directly by the Tea Master.

The brunch is priced at 250k++ per person. Children below six years old eat free. The additional Beverage Free Flow Package is priced at 200k++ which is inclusive of beer, chilled juice, soft drink and cocktail, whereas the Beverage Free Flow Plus Wine Package is at 300k++ which is inclusive of wine, beer, chilled juice, soft drink and cocktail. The prices also include free accesses to the hotel’s White Sandy Beach Pool and the Kids Club.
The Restaurant
at The Trans Resort Bali
(0361) 898 1234
12 – 3 PM

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