Chef Oka presides over Kayumanis Resto Jimbaran and he likes nothing more than sharing his love for Indonesian cuisine.
Kayumanis Group is delighted to announce that its sales and marketing will be participating in the prestigious World Travel Market from 6th - 8th November 2017.
Bali has its own traditional healing heritage that is the basis of today’s thriving wellness industry. Local spas no longer just offer Balinese massage and body scrubs. Many venues have embraced therapies from around the world to anticipate the rejuvenation needs of guests. Hot stone massage is one such treatment and its origins can be traced back some 5,000 years to India and is associated with the ancient healing tradition of Ayurveda.
The spicy condiment known as sambal is invariably served to enhance traditional Indonesian food. There are many different versions but the common ingredient is always chilli. Chef Oka is delighted to share his favourite recipe for udang sambal pete, a unique tasting that combines prawns, bitter beans and spices. It goes well with steamed white rice and any type of local meat or vegetable dish.