Grow in The Morning At Grow Bali, L Hotel Seminyak

Grow in The Morning
At Grow Bali, L Hotel Seminyak

(0361) 894 7908

7 AM – 11 AM

Before the day unfolds, spend some quality time with your loved ones and discover the tastes of impressionable fresh and sustainable modern European and Asian cuisine at Grow restaurant located at the rooftop of L Hotels and Resorts Seminyak. Every morning, Grow seduces taste buds with a sumptuous selection, featuring a variety of dishes from their farm-to-table concept as well as blends that use the island’s signature fruits, spices and greens.

As we tucked into breakfast, we were greeted with a fresh and breezy atmosphere from the height of L Hotel as well as a round of botanical chandeliers adorning the ceiling. We were offered a special breakfast a la carte menu “Grow in The Morning” which includes a selection of healthy dishes like Destroyed Avocado, Muesli, Egg Benedict A La Indian, The Breakfast Burger with charcoal bread, Japanese Scramble Egg, Scramble with Scalop and more. In addition to the a la carte menu, Grow also provides an all-you-can-eat package as a room inclusion breakfast which is equally tempting. That menu includes an Indonesian Breakfast such as Fried Noodles, Fried Rice, Chicken Porridge, various kind of cereal, eggs, juices and beverages.

The price of breakfast at Grow depends on the selection of food that you choose from the ala carte menu. The food items range between IDR 60K++ to IDR 85K++ while the ‘All You Can Eat’ menu is available for room inclusion of L Hotel. Grow in The Morning could be best choice for your next morning meal. Give it a try.


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