An all-you-can-eat affair featuring authentic delicacies that boast a subtle combination of Chinese, Malay, and Indonesian flavors.
Located at one of the quieter sides of Bali, Rumah Luwih—a 75-room beachside resort styled after a grand colonial mansion—offers sweeping ocean views, plush guest quarters, and home-cooked meals served in its elegant Andrawina Restaurant.
A magnet for local foodies, the latter has recently upped its appeal with the introduction of a Peranakan Sunday Brunch, an all-you-can-eat affair featuring authentic delicacies that boast a subtle combination of Chinese, Malay, and Indonesian flavors.
Highlights include such aromatic Peranakan dishes as cumi bakar malaka (Malacca-style grilled squid), ayam asam pedas “à la Nonya” (spicy tamarind chicken), and babi hong (braised pork belly), while Peranakan-style noodles and freshly grilled satay are available from an outdoor stall.
For a sweet finish, try the kueh sarlat, a traditional Straits Chinese dessert of glutinous rice topped with sweet, coconut-y custard. Enjoyed against an Indian Ocean backdrop, it’s the perfect Sunday indulgence.
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This article originally appeared in the December 2018/January 2019 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Adding Spice to Your Sunday”).