How can you let the Halloween pass by without doing something spooktacular? Seneng Kitchen has created the Yin Yang Martini with a special shiver.
A perfect way to taste lamb in a favorite Indonesian dish. Nasi goreng—fried rice—is a dish famous all over the Indonesian archipelago. It makes a hearty breakfast, a good choice for lunch, and great value for dinner.
The swimming pool is the perfect escape in tropical Bali — great for exercise, of course, but also excellent for just relaxing. How pleasant it is to linger in the water and order a refreshing cocktail from the pool bar. But how about something to eat? Now, Komaneka at Bisma lets you a hearty snack right by the poolside.
The delicious concoction Sun-jiwani is dedicated to all cocktail lovers. The name is derived from the Balinese magic spell sanjiwani which means to revive or come back to life.
Who doesn’t love pizza? Hot, rich, and savory, everyone has his or her own favorite style of pizza. Komaneka at Bisma offers you a great chance to make your own variation.
If you love beautiful things in the evening — like candlelight, lanterns and flowers — consider ordering a Red Light Special Dinner at Komaneka Resorts to share with someone you love. Charmingly set up by the poolside or in your private villa, this is a feast with Balinese atmosphere and all the promise of intimacy.
Most people do it every day. Some people do it all day long. A few know how to raise it to the level of art. The creature-need to eat finds its highest human expression in wining & dining. Here is where companionship, setting, and the art of preparing and serving food come together in an experience that is greater than the sum of all its parts.
Every day is a summer day in the tropics. So what would you look for in a tropical ‘summer cocktail’ — especially one made in Bali? You want it to be fresh, cool, with an interesting taste angle, and of course a bit of a kick to raise your spirits.
At Komaneka Tanggayuda, cooking classes are offered at the resort’s traditional Balinese paon kitchen, where guests can learn first-hand about basic Balinese cooking techniques and ingredients.