Feast Restaurant at Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort
Grand Global Buffets in Kuta0
Buffets are always a fun way to enjoy a wide range of cuisine on a single occasion, especially when the line offers international and local selections spread out in open kitchens and ‘live action’ food stations. Virtually every five-star hotel on the island boasts an extravagant dining feature, yet not many are open to the public for all-day dining with a venue designed and dedicated just for that.
Feast, at the newly opened Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort, lives up to its name by presenting grand buffets in a cosy contemporary setting. Its spacious interior has an open design to ease the flow of diners moving from their tables and past the row of food stations displaying assortments from starters to dessert. If you want to sit alfresco, there is a wide patio with views of Kuta’s sunsets and Jalan Pantai Kuta.Read More
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Located street side of the Sheraton, with its outdoor patio the adjoining Kuta Beachwalk, the restaurant is an eye-catcher. Magenta lighting glows throughout its interiors and seating, and each station has a specialty cook on standby that also takes cook-to-order requests.
Advance bookings are recommended, but most of the time Feast welcomes casual walk-ins. If you’re coming from the hotel side, your first view is a bar counter serving a variety of cocktails and beverages, with backlit ornate fixtures. Near the centre are small children’s dining tables and chairs next to a knee-level sweets and cakes buffet around a solid pillar. Families are well catered for at Feast.
Getting to your table at the main dining area is a visual treat and you will find yourself frequently pausing at the fascinating sushi, colourful desserts, and glistening chicken roasts under red heating lamps. The buffet line follows the entire curvature of the building, with the station around the central pillar displaying sweets, chocolates, homemade ice creams and their complete row of toppings, together with various other desserts. The ice cream bar is an ‘afters’ main attraction here, with six enticing colours and flavours from strawberry, chocolate, vanilla and green tea to a creamy and chunky mix of snickers and caramel.
Your journey starts with selections at the cold stations opposite the bar, presenting brightly coloured sushi and sashimi in various rolls and forms. Imaginative sushi rolls follow the seasons, such as recent Valentine’s featured creatively designed heart-shaped rolls in bright pink tuna fillets. The sushi counter borders the cheese and salads bar, with the central pillar dessert station in close view, tempting with all its bright and delightful morsels. It’s hard to resist, but at least you know what to grab on your ‘last trip’. Beside the desserts, there’s a set of liqueurs comprising Benedictine, Teacher’s Highland Cream, Frangelico and Disaronno. Occasionally, Feast will treat you to try one of the selected spirits with some pralines. One free tasting on them, then its only Rp.60,000++ per serving.
Feast also offers a la carte selections. To start with, there is the 500g of poached tiger prawns served with lemon and horseradish and cherry tomatoes, or you can go first-class with the luscious vintage and premium Sturia caviar, which comes served with sour cream, Melba toast and traditional accompaniments. Mains include Kurobuta pork belly with truffle mash, curried lentils de puy, granny smith reduction and goat cheese foam for Rp. 178,000, while there’s seared barramundi served with steamy Balinese clams and chorizo at the same price. As an all-day dining venue, Feast’s four square tables on the outdoor wooden patio each have their own wide parasols. A live fish tank is set beside a stationed grill, which means you can take a pick of then have it freshly prepared in a jiffy. At only Rp.250,000 per adult, you get a splendid buffet spread with a great selection of Sheraton quality cuisine.
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Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort conveniently adjoins the new Kuta Beachwalk mall, and the beach is just across the road, with restaurants and nightspots all within walking distance along Jalan Pantai Kuta.But the hotel has F&B offerings of its own with Bene Italian Restaurant and Feast; the latter a favourite for its lavish buffets of International and local selections.Sunsets can be enjoyed from the ultra spacious lobby lounge and outside bar that overlooks the pool.Staff members reflect Sheratons service quality and deliver with speed and assurance.Sheraton Kuta Bali Resort comprises 203 guestrooms and suites with ocean view balconies. Read More...
- Opening Hours: 06:30 - 16:00
- Location: Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort, Jalan Pantai Kuta, Kuta
- Tel: +62 (0)361 864 5555
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