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Our Favorite Bali Brunch Spots in 2021

Our Favorite Bali Brunch Spots in 2021

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Bali’s Best Brunches

When looking for the best brunch, Bali has so many amazing choices! Sunday Brunch Bali style is almost an institution on the Island. Whether you live on the island or are just visiting, trying out some of the best Sunday brunches is a must to your weekend itineraries.

For a while there we were worried we might not see the return of the extravagant Sunday Brunches in Bali, but rest assured they are still happening and just as fabulous as ever… we even went and tested them all out for you (tough gig we know!), so we can give you our tick of approval when it comes to health protocols in this new era.

Take a read of our list of the Best Bali Brunches below…

Kayuputi at The St. Regis Sunday Brunch, Nusa Dua

This lavish and elegant Sunday Brunch at the St. Regis Bali Resort will tantalize your taste buds with a beyond-expectation gastronomic indulgence. Dining takes place indoors in the exquisite Kayuputih Restaurant, air-conditioned comfort, with an ocean view. The brunch is served a la carte and all-you-can-eat style, which we loved!

From the comfort of your table you are delivered dishes from the starter menu, you can order from the vast table menu as much as you like, and you are also treated to the chef’s mobile stations coming to your table as well. You can indulge in prime meat selections, fresh catches of the day, decadent desserts and so much more!

This brunch showcases both Kayuputi’s Pan-Asian-inspired haute cuisine and the renowned signature dishes from Boneka restaurant. All dishes are handcrafted and prepared a la minute by Executive Chef Agung Gede & his culinary team.

Brunch starts with an hour of free-flow cocktails from 11 am – 12 pm in the Kayuputi Bar first. Then the feasting begins from 12 pm through to 3 pm. 

 

Where: Kayuputi at St Regis Resort, Nusa Dua

When: Sundays, 11 am-3 pm

Price: 990,000 Rp nett per person

*includes one-hour free-flow cocktails from 11 am-12 pm, free-flow brunch & non-alcoholic drinks from 12 pm-3 pm

**add a free flow alcohol package to your brunch for 1,450,000 Rp

*** Insider tip ~ we recommend getting a free Marriott Bonvoy card prior to your visit for a discount on your alcohol package!

Make your brunch booking here

Brunchcation, The Apurva Kempinski Bali, Nusa Dua

Don’t just do Sunday brunch in Bali, why not take a full day Brunchcation? Pala Restaurant at Nusa Dua’s The Apurva Kempinski Bali is offering up a huge buffet and a la carte-style feast every Sunday.

In the era of the new normal, there is now staff on hand to plate whatever you choose from the buffet for you. The range is huge from Japanese, Indian, Indonesian & Italian cuisines (just to name a few!), seafood, meats, and vegetarian dishes too. There is not only the buffet option with live cooking stations but also a large a la carte menu to order from too. Nothing is missed in this offering, you are literally spoiled for choice.

The best part is you can make an entire day of it. The Kempinski includes a family club, pools, waterslides, and beach activities, when you come for brunch ~ you also have access to all of these facilities for the day too. 

 

Where: Pala Restaurant, The Apurva Kempinski Bali, Nusa Dua

When: Sundays, 12 pm-3 pm

Price: 700,000 Rp++ per person

*includes food & non-alcoholic drinks

**Book for 4, Pay for 3: 1,300,000 Rp++ per person

***food & free flow alcohol package: 350,000 Rp++ per child 6-12 years old

Make your brunch booking here

Starfish Bloo, W Bali Resort, Seminyak

Starfish Bloo brunch at W Bali is often known as one of the best brunches in Bali. It has for years been famous and we are excited to see it open again & to have returned to the list of Best Sunday brunch in Bali options.

Dine in the modern indoor/outdoor venue, which has an elegantly relaxed vibe by the sea. Feast on a huge number of dishes from W Bali’s creative culinary team, including sushi, seafood, BBQ corner, Indonesian Martabak, roast beef, dumplings, delicious desserts, and more!

Be entertained by the DJ performance from 12 pm until 5 pm. Pack your swimmers and enjoy their amazing beach view pool while you’re there because they also give a 20% off on beverages at Starfish Bloo and Wet Deck post-brunch.

 

Where: Starfish Bloo, W Bali – Seminyak

When: Sundays, 12pm-3.30pm

Price: 595,000 Rp++ per person 

*food only & non alcoholic beverages       

**food & alcoholic beverage: 1,255,000 Rp++ per person

***food & champagne: 1,995,000 Rp++ per person

Make your brunch booking here

Rumari Brunch at Raffles, Jimbaran

The luxury brand of Raffles has come to Bali in Jimbaran. Their Rumari restaurant is open to the public and offers an exquisite Sunday Brunch.

Rumari Brunch is held fortnightly and features delicious hand-crafted dishes, creative cocktails, and the finest champagne. There is a gourmet selection of artisanal Indonesian cheeses, amuse-bouche, Indonesian-inspired dishes, pass-around options, decadent desserts, and more.

Dine indoors or out on the deck and be entertained by the live jazz band. This is an indulgent brunch that you won’t soon forget!

 

Where: Rumari Restaurant at Raffles, Jimbaran

When: Every second Sunday 12 pm-4 pm

Price: 800,000 Rp ++ per person

*food & free flow non-alcoholic beverages

**food & free flow Italian scapatella, “Good wine – good blood” and Prosecco: 1,400,000 Rp++ per person

***food & French stroll, “Friendship & wines are treasures as they age” and Champagne: 1,750,000 Rp++ per person

Book your brunch here

Seasalt Seafood Brunch, Seminyak

This is one for seafood lovers; Alila Seminyak’s Seasalt Brunch is a seafood lover’s delight. Dive into their extravagant menu which features both fresh prawns & oysters, along with a number of creative dishes mixed perfectly with their signature handmade sea salts.

If you’re not in the mood for seafood, don’t worry, you can also indulge in their tender Wagyu, tasty duck breast, and a number of vegetable dishes.

You dine seaside with the breeze and view of Seminyak beach being entertained by the live music. A scene made for a perfect lazy Sunday. Brunch is served bottomless a la carte style, so order as many times as you like! Afterward, why not stay and enjoy a dip and sunset at their Beach Bar. 

 

Where: Seasalt Restaurant at Alila, Seminyak

When: Every Sunday 12 pm-4 pm

Price: 485,000 Rp++/person

*includes food, a glass of sparkling wine, unlimited non-alcoholic drinks

Book your brunch here

Hyatt Regency, Sanur

Take your friends and loved ones for an afternoon of food and fun at Hyatt Regency in Sanur, their brunch features international and local favorites, seafood, cold cuts, cheeses, desserts, their famous pizza & pasta, and more.

This relaxed seaside brunch sees you dining by the ocean and being entertained by the live acoustic while sipping and savoring all the deliciousness on offer. You will be served a la carte style to your table, but you can enjoy as many of the dishes on offer as you like, as many times as you like! 

 

Where: Pizzaria at Hyatt Regency Sanur

When: Sundays, 12 pm – 3.30 pm

Price: 390,000 Rp ++ per person

*includes brunch and non-alcoholic drinks

**for brunch and free flow cocktails & wines: 750,000 Rp++ per person

Children under 12 are half price

Make your brunch booking here

Global Explorer Brunch at Awana Restaurant, The Laguna Resort, Nusa Dua

Enjoy your Global Explorer Brunch with a view of Nusa Dua’s gorgeous beach at The Laguna, A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua, Bali. Dine to the tunes of the saxophonist & DJ, and keep the children entertained with the variety of kids activities on offer throughout the brunch.

This is a fun travel-themed brunch with a la carte options and pass-around dishes that take you on a culinary journey around the world. Choose your table either on the beachfront or on the alfresco terrace. After brunch, you are free to use the resort facilities (so don’t forget your swimmers!). 

 

Where: Awana Restaurant, The Laguna Resort, Nusa Dua

When: Sundays, 12pm-3pm

Price: 550,000 Rp ++ / adults

*children 12 & under dine for FREE

Make your brunch booking here

Brunch Infinito at Prego, The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali

Anyone from true Italians to Indonesian locals can enjoy the fun and delicious brunch Infinito served up at Prego Italian restaurant at The Westin Nusa Dua, Bali.

Each weekend, Prego puts on a show by way of an open kitchen and buffet-style brunch. Appetizers of prawns and eggs mimosa foreshadow succulent meals of lamb, swordfish, and more.

This fun environment is more than just food, too; kids can jump on the trampoline, adults can enjoy the scenery from an outdoor lawn and everyone gets treated to the occasional Houdini trick from a resident magician.

Enjoy a complimentary visit to the resort pool on the way out, but only after digesting every last a la carte.

 

Where: Prego at The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali

When: Every Sunday from 11.30 am onwards

Price: starting from IDR 485,000++/person including unlimited signature iced teas, coffee, and soft drinks. Don’t miss 50% off and kids eat for free (T&C apply.

Book your brunch here

The Corner House, Seminyak

Sunday brunches need not be expensive! One of the best deals on the Island right now is at The Corner House in Seminyak. Every Sunday they are offering up all-you-can-eat prawns & oysters (both cooked in a variety of ways) for just 129,000 Rp.

You can order from their regular menu too if you are not a seafood lover. Feast and be entertained by the live music and enjoy their weekly cocktail special to wash it all down. 

 

Where: The Corner House, Seminyak

When: Sundays, 11 am-4 pm

Price: 129,000 Rp per person

Book your brunch here

SPECIAL MENTION – DON’T WANT TO GO OUT, BUT STILL WANT ALL OF THE FEASTING?

Vivre Gourmet

If you’re not in the mood to head out, or you’re staying in a deluxe villa and want to make the most of it, why not have Sunday Brunch delivered to you?

Vivre Gourmet has a wide range of meals and sharing platters for up to 8 pax that are delivered directly to you, ready to eat! These include roasts with all of the trimmings and lots of different international cuisines. You can even get grazing platters, cheese boxes, and well-priced wines all delivered at competitive prices.

Their professional website and delivery service is super easy to use and includes a variety of payment methods. Their hot dishes arrive hot and the cold dishes (and drinks) arrive cold! This is also a nice hack if you are hosting Sunday Brunch too… your guests will never know. 

Order from Vivre Gourmet here

It’s time to dig in

That’s our wrap-up…it took a long while to try them all out again, but we are excited to share our Bali’s Best Sunday Brunch list with you all and hope that you enjoy eating your way through the list!

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