There’s a saying which goes like this: Time flies when you’re having fun. And really, we all have got to agree on that statement. It was finally our last day of #BFxHIF trip in Bali, and we felt as if it was just yesterday when we were all excited to discover the fact that we were going to Bali.
Four Points by Sheraton Bali
Our Sunday started a little bit later than the previous days, with the pizza making session welcoming us after our breakfast at Four Points by Sheraton Bali. The hotel’s Italian chef stepped down himself to the open kitchen of Best Brews, Four Points’ very own urban beer garden located at the front side of the hotel, to demonstrate the making of their homemade wood-fired pizzas. Despite the fact that we had just stuffed ourselves with a hearty breakfast at The Eatery, the hotel’s main dining spot for breakfast overlooking the beautiful lagoons, we were, again, served with a great selection of pizzas with various toppings ranging from meats to seafood. After the session, it was our time to check out. After packing our things up, we finally left our hotel, not forgetting to snap a couple more photos before leaving our homey sanctuary for the weekend.
Address: Jalan Benesari, Banjar Pengabetan, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361
We came back to Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort which we had visited the day before for an afternoon tea, but this time for a Sunday brunch at Feast. Feast is the resort’s restaurant which offers Kuta’s only market brunch, an open-air market of delicious international fare and handmade crafts from local farmers. For those seeking for a more relaxed atmosphere, a lounge is available outdoor overlooking Kuta beach and accompanied by live music from the local band. The restaurant allows guests to enjoy its one-kilogram market brunch special, designed specially for the healthy eaters, where they are allowed to bring home a total of one kilogram of fresh fruits and vegetables that are available at Feast’s food stations.
Address: Jalan Raya Pantai Kuta, Kuta, Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
After enjoying some free time strolling around Bali, we arrived at Bale Udang for an early dinner before we headed down to the airport. Managed by Avilla Hospitality, Bale Udang brings a soothing, rural feeling in the middle of the busy Kuta with its traditional Balinese over-water bungalows. Guests can sit above and surrounded by the big fish pond, and they can also feed the fish, making it not only a restaurant but also a recreational place. When you are in Bale Udang, don’t forget to order its fresh prawn dishes, the specialties of the restaurant.
Address: Jl. Nakula No. 88, Sunset Road, Kuta 80361, Bali, Indonesia
The sun finally went down and it was our turn to come back home with a happy heart. We would like to thank Bali Foodies <www.bali-foodies.com>, who has made this collaboration possible and for their awesome arrangement of our memorable trip. We would also like to thank our sponsors for supporting this event, the participants of our workshop and not to forget our three winners - Jack Putera (@jackmagnifico), Zi Peng Lee (@zippyzipeng) and Agatha (@agathacgo) - for joining this culinary trip with you.
Thank you and see you at our next event!
Balifoodies x Handsinframe culinary trip is supported by:
Four Points by Sheraton Bali <www.fourpoints.com/balikuta>
Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort <http://www.sofitel-bali-nusadua.com>
Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort <www.sheratonbalikuta.com>
Fuji Shop ID <htttp://www.instagram.com/fujishopid>
Fujifilm Indonesia <www.fujifilm.co.id>
The Parlour Kitchen, Bar & Lounge <www.theparlourbali.com>
Alaya Hotels <www.alayahotels.com>
S.K.A.I Beach Club <www.skaibeachclub.com>
Le Sica Bali <http://www.instagram.com/lesicabali>
Bale Udang <http://www.baleudang.com>
Angelita Tea Salon & Patisserie <http://www.angelitapatisserie.com>
Cellular World <http://www.cellularworldshop.com>