Travels with a Gourmet

a food lover's travels, memorable meals, culinary trials and gastronomic experiences

 

Clockwise from bottom left: mushroom gyoza, crispy chicken, spare ribs, spicy salami pizza, calamari, pizza margarita, spring rolls

On lazy Sundays, we usually have lunch out.  Sometimes, we go for dim sum and other times, we go over to KuDeTa for lunch.  A few weekends ago, we woke up to a beautiful sunny day and decided to eat out. A‘s 20-year old nephew C is visiting from Argentina with two friends so we piled into the car and drove over to Seminyak for a long, lazy brunch.  We settled in a long table right with a direct view to the beach and ordered many different grazing plates to share: two thin-crust pizzas, mushroom-filled dumplings, prawn and vegetable spring rolls, deep-fried calamari with aioli, crispy battered fried-chicken, barbecued spare ribs and heaps of french fries.  We slowly ate our way through the different plates and somehow, managed to finish it all.  For dessert, we shared a tiramisu, three scoops of fruit-flavored sorbet and the three-flavored mini creme brulee.  A fantastic spread for Sunday brunch, lots of entertaining things for the kids (arts and crafts, bouncy castle and the dipping pool) and the view of the waves crashing to shore. What more can one ask for?

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KuDeTa
Jalan Laksmana 9
Denpasar, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Tel: +62 361 736969
*Open daily from breakfast till late.
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