The Cafe at The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas

Day in, day out, The Café at The Mulia serves up a seemingly endless buffet of international cuisine for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Tucked neatly just below the lobby on the promenade level, this uber chic eatery is a super sleek haven of cutting edge design – the large textured works of art and impressive features mean that it is so much more than just a trendy place to eat. Cool greens and vast swathes of beige stone, coupled with large glass panels from floor to ceiling give the feeling of immense space, which is lucky because it needs to be big to fit in one of the biggest brunch buffet selections in Bali.

With a selection of food as wide as the world itself, The Cafe is well known as a brunch venue par excellance, with numerous live cooking stations threaded into the design throughout its spacious interior – each one representing an authentic type of cuisine. You’ll find rich and flavorful curries from India, Korean BBQ and noodle dishes straight out of Seoul, zesty salads and crispy noodles from Thailand, The Mulia’s famous Indonesian cuisine including signature Balinese dishes such as Babi Guling, as well as the standard western brunch goodies. Did I mention there’s a room full of Japanese delicacies also, including delightfully fresh sashimi and handmade sushi? Oh, and next door there are more dessert options than you can shake a stick at, the centerpiece of which is a huge chocolate fountain, perched above a revolving ice cream container with 20 artisanal flavours.

All good news for hungry brunchers, but making matters even sweeter is the fact that there is a native chef behind each type of cuisine, meaning that everything you pile onto your plate has been created with the utmost authenticity and integrity. The overriding mantra here is authentic cuisines from around the world, prepared fresh in front of your own eyes.

There are not many places where you are presented with such a variety of choice, and it’s all quite a sight for eager epicurean appetites, so the first thing I do is order a cold beverage from the drinks menu. From there on in it’s just a blur of cold cuts, cheeses, oysters, poached prawn and crab, sashimi, sushi, curries, roasts, pastas, chocolate, ice cream and a ton of other mouthwatering delectables that I don’t have space to list here.
There are three meal sittings every day. The breakfast package is 359k++; the lunchtime sitting is midday to 3pm and runs at 399k++, while the dinner session from 6-11pm comes in 489k++.
Dan Ashcroft
The Cafe at The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas – Nusa Dua, Bali
Jl. Sawangan, Nusa Dua
+62 361 301 7777 ext 6808 | 6809


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