Peranakan Food Sunday Brunch at Rumah Luwih

While most of the Sunday brunch options can be found in the southern area of the island, we understand that finding one in the east coast could be almost impossible. But now, worry no more as Rumah Luwih has launched the all-you-can-eat Peranakan Food Sunday Brunch at Andrawina Restaurant, featuring authentic delicacies that boast a subtle combination of Chinese, Malay and Indonesian flavors.

As the name implies, the Sunday brunch here is bound to give all food lovers a taste of Peranakan cuisine through their aromatic, tangy and spicy offerings. Highlighting this brunch is their signature Hainanese Chicken Rice which makes a great start to this one-of-a-kind dining experience. While the plate still has some empty space, fill it with some more delicacies from their main station which serves Cumi Bakar Malaka, spicy Ayam Asam Pedas À La Nyonya, Babi Hong and more. There is also more Indonesian options like Sop Buntut, Siomay Bandung and Gado-Gado, plus a selection of Peranakan-style noodles and freshly-grilled satay from their outdoor stall. Topping off the brunch, a selection of tropical fruits and international desserts are provided to spoil your appetite even more. The options include Blueberry Cheese Cake, English Cake and Strawberry Pannacota, as well as the sweet and sticky delicacies like Kueh Pulut Inti and Kueh Sarlat. That’s not to mention the Es Campur to wash them all down.

The brunch is priced at 179k++ for adults and 89k++ for kids under 12 years old. Meanwhile, kids under four years old eat free. The prices include free access to hotel’s swimming pool where you can relax while enjoying the mesmerizing view of the blue ocean and Nusa Penida beyond.
Andrawina Restaurant at Rumah Luwih
(0361) 200 5899
11.30 AM – 3.30 PM
Jl. Prof Ida Bagus Mantra Km. 19,9, Lebih, Kec. Gianyar, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali
www.rumahluwih.com

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