Kayumanis Jimbaran Private Estate & Spa is delighted to announce the soft opening of its inspiring new restaurant. Poised to introduce guests to authentic Indonesian cuisine, Kayumanis Resto presents a full-flavoured menu driven by timeless recipes and locally sourced ingredients.
Indonesia spans some 17,000 islands and is home to countless ethnic groups. As a result, the nation’s food culture is both vibrant and diverse. It is characterized by layers of intense flavour largely due to the availability of exotic spices.
Kayumanis Resto hopes to give Indonesian cuisine a voice by serving distinctive dishes that honour different regions from around the archipelago. Classic favourites feature alongside modern fare to be paired with a unique selection of drinks and healthy herbal tonics.
Housed within a replica of a traditional Javanese joglo, Kayumanis Resto is crafted almost entirely from sustainably sourced hardwood. This charming dining venue captures the rustic elegance of a bygone era. It seats up to 32 guests with an indoor area and wrap-around veranda surrounded by a tropical garden of dancing coconut palms.
The interior décor of Kayumanis Resto is tastefully understated with just a few strategically placed artefacts and an inlay of hand-painted floor tiles. A stylish open-plan bar is positioned as the main focal point where drinks are prepared with artistic flair.
Chef Oka is in charge of the kitchen at Kayumanis Resto. He is a consummate professional with an impressive culinary background that includes several years working for the prestigious Aman Group. Passionate about food from an early age, Chef Oka grew up watching his grandmother cook for the family using fresh ingredients grown in the garden of their village home.
The menu that Chef Oka has created is intended to take guests on a sensory journey to many of Indonesia’s most well-known islands. There are a number of signature dishes including Bebek Panggang Mekudus, traditional Balinese smoked duck marinated in local spices and served on a small clay grill spices.
Other favourites include Opor Ayam, a delicious Javanese chicken stew that is typically served during Lebaran when Muslim families gather to mark the end of the holy fasting month. There are also specialty dishes from Manado and Lombok, together with succulent Jimbaran seafood, spicy pork ribs, assorted satays and many more choices to satisfy hearty appetites.
Open daily, Kayumanis Resto is the perfect venue for couples as well as social dining occasions for small groups of friends. Many dishes on the menu can be shared and guests are encouraged to sample a little bit of everything. Visitors are very welcome to come and experience superb Indonesian food and warm hospitality in a well-designed setting.