A Prosperous Evening
at Lumbung Restaurant, Desa Visesa Ubud
Usher in the year of the Metal Rat this Chinese New Year at a luxurious and breathtaking venue located within a green sanctuary at Lumbung Restaurant at Desa Visesa Ubud. Welcome prosperity and good fortune and begin your dining journey with The Prosperity Toss ‘Yu Sheng’ with entertainment by a lively Balinese lion dance troop to complete the festivities.
Friday, January 24th 2020
06.00 p.m onwards
Set menu available at IDR 650,000 nett/person
Yu Sheng (Prosperity Toss Salad)
Fish Consommé, Grouper, Wood Ear Mushrooms
Duck Pancakes with Hoisin Sauce
Chilli Prawns served with Rice or Fried Mantou
Almond Bean Curd
An award-winning haven of flavours, Lumbung Restaurant is securely tucked away under the bridge at the entrance of Desa Visesa Ubud and offers traditional Indonesian home cooking in its regular menu that defines comfort food. To enter Lumbung Restaurant, guests will descend into a romantic grotto; the river is just below, and lush tropical vegetation is all around. The entire restaurant is a gorgeous medley of polished dark wood, fashionable rattan, cool marble and other earthly elements, with outstanding Balinese carvings, modern furnishings and gorgeous lighting that bring the whole room seamlessly together. This is your chance to enjoy a spectacular dining experience with sensational delights from age-old Indonesian and Balinese recipes.
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