Beachside dining at the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay

Dining by the beach is a must when in Bali. To guarantee a delicious and satisfying meal, head to the Sundara Beach Club at the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay for their Modern Asian plates and for one of your best meals while in Southern Bali.

All Day Dining by Jimbaran Bay

At Sundara, you can enjoy scrumptious bites all day, from breakfast to dinner and even after dinner drinks. Plus, on Sundays feature Bali’s longest brunch with six hours of family-style dining. You can dine poolside, outside on the patio, inside the restaurant, or up in the mezzanine by the bar.

Indonesian rempeyek. A classic snack, made of crispy peanut fritters, found almost everywhere in Indonesia and presented most beautifully in this Four Seasons Resort restaurant. The snack comes complimentary with the meal


Cold Plates to Share

The menu encourages family-style sharing of all the plates. You can choose small, medium, and large size dishes of each item. Small is perfect to share between two people, medium for 2-3 people, and large for 4 or more people. The servers guide you with how many plates will suitably satisfy your hunger

Lombok Oyster. Chilled with Japanese dressing scallions and pickled ginger. When you dine at a reputable five-star hotel, you can count on the quality of ingredients. If you love oysters, this fresh oyster to start the meal will awaken your palate
Soft Shelled Crab. Green mango, cashew nut with roasted chili jam. Another spicy cold starter to liven your palate. Southeast Asia does spicy food well, and not for the faint of heart. Some hotels cater to the milder palates of tourists. Here, they do not
Torched Foie Gras. Lightly pickled radish, soba, enoki in dash broth. A Japanese inspired dish that balances the generous cut and richness of foie gras with the healthy umami ingredients and flavors


Hot Plates to Share

The servers and kitchen also know how to pace out your dishes. They start with the series of cold dishes, and then they bring out the hot plates to continue the meal. Many of the dishes feature meats and local flavors.

BBQ Pork Belly with char siew sauce, Vietnamese salad and crispy pork cracker; and Balinese Fried Rice with kale and local spices. The highlight of the whole meal was this bowl of fried rice. So simple, and yet each kernel bursts with flavor and an al dente chew



A selection of the desserts also is served in your desired plate size. Others are scoops of ice creams to refresh you in the Southeast Asian warmth. A note on chocolate in Bali for chocolate lovers: the desserts tend to be sweet, mild, and milky. If you prefer dark and bittersweet cocoa, know not to expect that quality of chocolate in Bali

Agung. Valrhona caraibe lava cake, cherry compote, vanilla ice cream. Molten lava cake always wins over dessert fans with the comforting heat of the cake’s center. The small portion is just right to share between 2 people for a sweet ending
Chocolate caramel coupe. Praline crunch, Valrhona chocolate chantilly, salty caramel, vanilla and Balinese cocoa ice cream. And if you want a cold sweet ending the ice cream selections and flavor combinations will surely win you over


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Address & Hours

Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay
Daily, 7am to 1am
Breakfast, 7am to 11am
Lunch, 11:30am to 5pm
Dinner, 5pm to 11:30pm

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