The Bambu Kitchen Restaurant

Our Bambu Kitchen restaurant is open daily from 6.30am to 10pm and is proud to feature local cuisine prepared with great love, thought and recipes that have crossed generations.

The Bambu Kitchen received 2014 Snail of Approval by complying with Slow Food Bali’s guidelines of using at least 75% Indonesia-produced ingredients, sustainably managing our waste and paying fare wages to our staff. 

Organic Vegetable and Herb Garden

Our team of gardeners, led by permaculture experts, plant and harvest traditional Balinese rice, organic vegetables, herbs and flowers throughout the property on a daily basis. Our produce is allowed to ripen on the vine and is foraged every morning for use in our restaurants.

To ensure a healthy garden, we use natural fertilizers including compost made from our organic waste. Composting diverts waste from landfills, and helps eliminate the need for chemical fertilizers often used in commercial farms.

Local Produce

We are working towards being 100& self sufficient, growing all of our fruit, vegetables and herbs on site. We do, however, still sometimes need to buy locally produced items, such as vegetables, coffees, teas, beers and wines.

Buying Balinese produce ensures we support our local economy, and means that food spends less time in transit, is fresher, seasonal and more nutrient-rich.

Homemade Delicacies

We’re proud to offer guests homemade dishes, breads, granola, jams, teas and deserts, each lovingly made for our guests.

Please let us know if you are celebrating a special occasion, and we will happily create a magical lunch, dinner or event for you.

Breakfast

Breakfast at the Bambu Kitchen is complimentary for Bambu Indah guests and includes a variety of local and international dishes. Outside guests are also welcome to join us for a mellow morning experience and delicious breakfast or brunch.

Afternoon Tea

A complimentary afternoon tea offers guests a taste of traditional Balinese sweets to enjoy while they gaze out at the sunset over the Sayan Valley.