• Ubud in the Best of Taste

    Indonesian Cuisine at its Very Best at Lumbung Restaurant – Desa Visesa Ubud Resort

    (3/5/2018)

    While Indonesian cuisine is world-renowned for its rich flavors and almost endless local variants, it is ironic that it sometimes proves difficult to find an Indonesian restaurant in Bali that serves outstanding local cuisine in an elegant and representative setting.

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    With the opening in Bali of the Lumbung Restaurant at the Desa Visesa Ubud Resort a stunning new venue for sampling the succulent culinary offerings found across the archipelago has made its debut. With dishes served with the casual grace and charm typical of the finest Indonesian household, diners descend into a romantic grotto-like setting located under the bridged entrance to the Resort. Cozy, inviting and surrounded by tropical jungle greenery, earthen elements of woven rattan and outstanding Balinese carvings further complement an inviting backdrop for course-after-course of tasty and beautifully presented Indonesian cuisine.

    Lumbung, the Balinese name for a traditional elevated rice barn, is, in keeping with its name, a treasure trove of authentic Indonesian food always served with generous helpings of Balinese hospitality.

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    A team of outstanding chefs, guided by Indonesian Celebrity-Chef Mandif Warokka, has created a menu that spoils diners for choice and leaves many planning their next visit to Lumbung before ending their inaugural visit.

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    Tempting starters include shared plates of assorted spicy fruits and pickled “rujak,” blanched vegetables served with coconut “serobotan,” octopus accompanied by “dabu-dabu” sambal from North Sulawesi, “perkedel” corn or potato fritters, or tasty rounds of healthful “tempe” or “Tofu” (tahu).

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    The soup courses on the menu can only be describe as “lip-smacking” – featuring the Sundanese braised beef and soya soup of “Soto Bandung,” an inviting bowl of “Binte Biluhata” – a Gorontalo corn soup incorporating coconut and fresh tiger prawns, or the Indonesian classic of “Sayur Asem” – a tangy vegetable soup that derives its pleasing acidity from Melinjo leaves and tamarind.

    The extensive “lauk pauk” or main selections at Lumbung are a tour-de-force of the finest dishes found among Indonesia’s 17,000-plus islands. Choose from fresh and saltwater fish and crustaceans expertly seasoned and cooked to perfection; the national favorite of coconut stewed beef “Rendang” or “Lidah Sapi Sambal Hijau” ox-tongue braised in a green chili sambal; or chicken or duck lovingly prepared in the traditional styles of Manado (North Sulawesi) or Bali.

    Signature dishes are generous and presented for sharing with “Lumbung Bebek Betutu” – duck cooked in the distinctive betutu spice blend particular to the Island of Bali; a massive Seafood Platter accompanied with a range of sambals for smothering and dipping; or the Lumbung take on “surf and turf” where lobster and Wagyu beef are “localized” in a most delectable way.

    Lumbung also offers at least three varieties of Indonesian “satay,” and fried rice – “Nasi Goreng” served with petai or bitter “stink” beans.

    Indonesian sides of garden vegetables are also available.

    Lumbung earns high marks for having arguably the largest selection of “sambal” condiments representing a12 stop journey on the Scoville Scale Range of “spicy heat” ranging from relatively mild to sweat-inducing spoonfuls for the “some like it hot” crowd.

    Traditional sweets, puddings and refreshing traditional Indonesian iced drinks top off an ultimate Indonesian lunch or evening dining experience at Lumbung.

    Lumbung is open daily for lunch and dinner from 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

    For reservations telephone +62-(0) 877 4532 5571

     

    Lumbung Restaurant
    Desa Visesa Ubud Resort
    Jalan Suweta, Banjar Bentuyung Sakti
    Ubud – Gianyar 80571
    Bali – Indonesia

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    Re-posted by Pande

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