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  • Ayung Terrace at Four Seasons Resort Sayan

    Five-Star Dining at Ayung River valley in Sayan


    Ayung Terrace, the signature restaurant at the Four Seasons in Sayan, serves Indonesian-inspired cuisine and a good selection of international dishes, all in a semi alfresco setting. Diners are also offered breath-taking views overlooking the lush greenery of the resort’s tropical gardens and the natural surrounds of the namesake river gorge.

    You can start your day at Ayung Terrace with Japanese or Korean breakfast sets; savour a spicy Indonesian lunch alongside western hot grill selections, or experience a romantic dinner up on high with a starlit sky and coconut groves as backdrop. The restaurant’s semi-alfresco terrace and intimate outdoor dining space also invites you to sunset cocktails amidst nature views.

  • Guests are immediately taken in by the resort’s masterful design with its multisensory approach, as they enter through a suspension bridge high above the tropical Sayan forest, before ascending through a series of winding staircases and into the resort’s centrepiece rotunda. Here, the main lobby and Ayung Terrace reside, and from the terrace borders, diners enjoy a vantage point over the rice paddies, and the Ayung River that runs by the crest of the gorge beneath.

    An a la carte menu presents exotic local specialties, created by a team of internationally trained Balinese chefs, which places Ayung Terrace as one of the best spots to go for local flavours in a superb, five-star setting. Great must-try chefs’ signature dishes include gado-gado salad, comprising slices of steamed cabbage and soybean curd and tofu doused in spicy peanut sauce, Balinese sate lilit wrapped satays, kare sayur vegetable curry mix and the world-famous beef rendang, once crowned as the world’s most delicious foods.

    Ayung Terrace also takes pride in its famous rijsttafels, a multi-course feast harking back to the Dutch colonial era, with a smorgasbord presented to the table by a team of servers. Regularly featured Mondays, pre-dinner you get to witness traditional Balinese dances performed by the local village troupe and accompanied by a lively gamelan orchestra at the resort’s adjacent Jati Bar.

    The rijsttafel, at IDR 630,000 per person, opens with appetising nibbles in the form of the Indonesian-favourite kerupuk or prawn crackers with sambal dips, followed by prawn soup and yellow turmeric rice. The feast that follows includes dendeng beef jerky and serapah, a curry salad mix with fish and calamari. Desserts include exotic flavoured ice cream, such as the aromatic pandan and luscious kopyor jelly coconut, together with traditional rice and sticky rice cakes.

    Wednesday evenings take on a different theme, presenting a classical feast, Ubud style. After witnessing a different kind of sunset over the a forested valley, a great opportunity awaits you to enjoy Bali’s famous babi guling spit-roast pig, together with a charcoal grill selection featuring satays, chicken and fresh seafood. Another famous dish, slow-roasted duck known as bebek betutu, also takes spotlight. Seafood lovers are treated to a Saturday fishermen’s night, with a wide variety of seafood.

    About the Hotel

    Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan

    Escape to Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan to revitalize in a lush and intimate paradise. The Resort’s 18 spacious suites and 42 private villas reflect the Read More...

    Ayung Terrace at Four Seasons Resort Sayan

    • Opening Hours: 06:30 – 22:00
    • Location: Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan, Ubud
    • Tel: +62 (0)361 977 577
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