Banyubiru Restaurant at The Laguna Bali invites you to experience indigenous delectable cuisine from West Sumatra during a three-day festival. Taste the bold flavors of the famous beef “rendang” and nasi Padang at this newly revamped restaurant.
Ranah Minang Food Festival will also be presenting guest chef, Reno Andam Suri, who will be working alongside the culinary team at Banyubiru. Reno started her culinary career when she created a “rendang” package known as “Rendang Uni Farah” which became famous among Indonesian people living abroad as a dish that brought them strong memories of home. Her reputation has strengthened over the years, allowing her to receive many awards for business and entrepreneurship. Reno wrote “Rendang, Minang Legacy to The World” and became a culinary advisor for the Indonesian box-office movie “Tabula Rasa” which has a culinary theme. Reno is very passionate about her culinary culture and would love to share her creativity with the world.
The three-day festival will open, located at Balai Ulu at The Laguna Bali, which will give an overview of the exciting three days of festival. Banyubiru Restaurant will present a special buffet dinner during the festival from 25 to 27 February 2016 starting at 6PM to offer an indigenous experience at its best. This unique experience will be offered to hotel guests and non-hotel visitors at IDR450,000 net per person.
The newly revamped, Banyubiru Restaurant at The Laguna Bali, features western and pan-Asian cuisine, with an extensive á la carte menu. Various buffet themes are also offered. With a 200 seat capacity, Banyubiru has a spectacular glass show kitchen where guests can observe the chefs preparing the best of eastern and western cuisine. Open for breakfast and dinner, the restaurant has both air-conditioned and outdoor seating areas, furnished in a contemporary style, it makes for a truly exceptional experience for dining in Nusa Dua.
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