Make your Bali Holiday ends with amazing memories of your perfect day in paradise
If you’re looking for an honest-to-goodness, to-die-for and deliciously incomparable authentic Japanese food made by the hands of a real Japanese chef, then look nowhere else but to the Sunday Brunch at the Grand Nikko Bali’s Japanese Restaurant; Benkay.
Every Sunday, from 11.00am to 3.00pm, the restaurant offers an impressive array of Japanese cuisine, perfect to enjoy with family, friends or business associates in a contemporary ambience overlooking the stunning Indian Ocean. Japanese specialties such as sushi, sashimi, tempura, udon and other favorites are available from an extensive buffet accompanied by free flow green tea. Brunch starts from just IDR 480,000 net per person including a complimentary sake shooter or Sapporo Beer, which comes with a complimentary pass that entitles guests to relax at the resort’s four inter-connected pools as well as a secluded stretch of white sand beach.
Presiding over the kitchen at Benkay is talented Japanese chef, Goda Katsumi, who has created a sophisticated menu of flavorsome cuisine. The restaurant also features a teppan-yaki counter, nabemono, shabu-shabu and yakiniku tables. In addition, there are five private dining rooms showcasing an exquisite collection of Japanese art while a traditional ‘sand garden’ hallway adorned with a display of precious onyx leads to a sushi and sashimi bar.
Japanese Sunday Brunch at Grand Nikko Bali in Nusa Dua promises a delicious experience that brings the flavors of Japan to the island’s weekend dining scene. Meanwhile, for those looking for a day of complete and blissful escape, take advantage of the resort’s Day In Paradise package, available at only IDR200,000 per day. One adult and one child under the age of 12 years old will be entitled to make full use of the resort’s white sandy beach, four interconnecting pools with a children’s lagoon, a 30-metre water slide and an outdoor hot and cold Jacuzzi. The privileges continue with access to Serenity, a secluded beach retreat with private cabanas and sun loungers.
Guests will also enjoy complimentary use of one towel per person and 15% discount on all food and beverages which can be used at Benkay, Delicatessen for gourmet coffee, tea, freshly baked pastries and The Shore Restaurant & Bar, a semi fine-dining set up featuring a wide choice of the freshest seafood, imported meats and organic vegetables. While you’re there, enjoy a 25% discount for a body treatment at the resort’s Mandara Spa in one of eight Balinese spa villas or at the beach-side bale. Meanwhile, the little ones can enjoy a complimentary one-hour access to Jungle Camp, the resort’s supervised playground that consists of indoor and outdoor areas and before the day ends, try the optional on-site camel safari. This unique ride ventures along the beach against a panoramic backdrop of the Indian Ocean. Not only will your cravings for authentic Japanese cuisine be sated, your day at the Grand Nikko Bali will also end with amazing memories of your perfect day in paradise.
Grand Nikko Bali
Jalan Raya Nusa Dua Selatan, Nusa Dua, Badung, Bali 80363 | Ph. +62 361 773377
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