Dining Corner at Kayumanis Ubud

Scenic Valley Dining in Ubud

Dining Corner at Kayumanis Ubud offers all-day dining in a serene and intimate setting, surrounded by wind-ruffled woods and overlooking the Ayung River Valley. With separate Thai, Western and Indonesian menus, it offers an extensive and varied choice of dishes; each prepared using fresh and organic ingredients, many of which are sourced from the surrounding hills of Bali.

Dining Corner at Kayumanis isn't huge, with a seating capacity for 32 guests. But this, along with its setting in the hills of Ubud, make it popular with couples and small groups. In fact, Dining Corner is not considered suitable for children under twelve, the focus being on an intimate dining experience. Though often full, the open-air dining area never feels busy or crowded. The members of the staff take pride in providing a personal touch, the chefs often leaving the kitchen to visit with guests and even share a few trade secrets.

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Don't be surprised if you're presented with multiple menus, as Dining Corner at Kayumanis offers an abundance of dining options. These range from creamy Thai curries and local Balinese specialties, to contemporary western and international fare. We loved the Tom Yum Goong, a popular Thai soup made with prawns and mushrooms swimming in a spicy broth flavoured with lemongrass and coriander. The Bali Combo, pork ribs and crispy duck served with a chicken broth and rice, is an excellent local option. The Tom Yum Goong will run you about IDR 85,000 while the Bali Combo IDR 270,000. If you're missing home, try the Black Angus grilled tenderloin for IDR 165,000.

For dessert, you can't go wrong with the Espresso and Mascarpone Semifreddo, served with caramelized pistachios and a thick strawberry sauce, or the homemade honeycomb ice cream. Chocolate lovers will be perfectly satisfied with the Chocolate Surprise, chocolate cake with a melting chocolate core served with hazelnut ice cream. Desserts are all IDR 65,000.

As for drinks, the choice of beers is limited to Bintang, Carlsberg and Corona, but Dining Corner offers a wide range of wines, liquors and cocktails. Wines are served by the glass, ranging from IDR 175,000 to IDR 200,000, and by the bottle, from IDR 800,000 to IDR 1.2 million. Most of the wines available are from New Zealand, Australia and France, with a few options from California and even Chile. We enjoyed the more affordable Balinese wines, which were only IDR 600,000 for a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc or Cabernet Sauvignon.

Dining Corner at Kayumanis Ubud also has a few tasty signature cocktails on offer, including Vertigone, made with vodka, lemongrass, lime, and ginger, and the Bali Prince, with arak, brem and lime, each IDR 150,000 a glass.

Note that there is a five-minute walk from the parking lot to the dining area. During the rainy season, from October to March, this walk could lead to a somewhat soggy dining experience, so plan ahead and bring an umbrella. During the wet season, the mosquitoes may also be more active and plentiful, though the Dining Corner staff will help ward them off with sprays.

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Kayumanis Ubud Private Villa

Kayumanis Ubuds choices of villas comprise the 300sqm one-bedroom Private Villa, 350sqm one-bedroom Deluxe Private Villa, 500sqm two-bedroom Residence Villa, and the 600sqm Kayumanis Suite.All villas are set in a Balinese style compound with contemporary designs; bedrooms feature draped four-poster beds, and each has a generously sized private pool - some slightly infinity-edged.Throughout the resort, stonewalled pathways and wooden decks interconnect the villas and each villa embodies an outdoor living concept with airy open lounging areas.Youll love the nature walk provided by a magnificent wooden bridge that leads to the Kayumanis Spa. Read More...

Dining Corner at Kayumanis Ubud

  • Opening Hours: 07:00 - 23:00
  • Location: Kayumanis Ubud Private Villa & Spa, Sayan Village, Jalan Raya Sayan, Sayan, Ubud
  • Tel: (+62) 361 972 777
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