Petani at Alaya Resort Ubud is now anticipating the culinary needs of in-house guests and passersby with a delightful menu of flavoursome fare. This 60 seats dining venue has joined Ubud’s evolving restaurant scene with its own take on cuisine from around the Indonesian archipelago, Asia and beyond. The menu is essentially driven by island-fresh produce and seasonal specialties to ensure that diners are introduced to some of the best dishes that Bali has to offer. The team at Petani has gone all out to create a refreshing selection of beverages showcasing the range of tropical fruit that is locally available. There are exotic cocktails to ignite the holiday mood as well as pure juices for a healthy boost. Each glass is made to order using the Ruby 200 juicer, a top-of-the-line machine that extracts all the goodness from every piece of fruit. Petani even has its own team of trained baristas so that every cup of coffee is perfectly brewed using a rich blend of beans sourced by leading Indonesian roasting company Anomali. To guarantee consistency, these beans are processed using the La Marzocco FB/70 limited edition machine. The signature Sarapan Petani breakfast includes a serve of young coconut water and a choice of traditional fried rice or fried noodles served with tea or gourmet coffee to replenish energy levels. There is also a Continental or American breakfast accompanied with freshly squeezed juice, a seasonal fruit platter, tea and coffee. All items in a special pastry basket are baked fresh each morning by Tan’s Bakery, sister company to Alaya Ubud under the de daun group’s corporate umbrella. Petani has separate lunch and dinner menus featuring tasty dishes and sumptuous desserts to please the palate. There is also an all day tapas menu of regionally-inspired light bites to snack on or share with others. A Petani signature is the chef’s own version of bebek guling, a new version of the Ubud delicacy that will have visitors coming back for more. This distinctive street-front restaurant is a place to sit back and relax amidst an eclectic decor that brings together vintage and contemporary elements. It is a look created by Moroccan-born interior decorator Zohra Boukhari. Many collections of pre-loved antiques are showcased alongside framed samples of batik and other works of artistry. Furnishings are a mismatch of comfortable sofas and elegant dining settings. There are also several oversized tables where family and friends can gather socially over good food and conversation. Petani is open daily from 7am until late with a fun menu that celebrate Indonesia’s diverse culinary heritage and more.
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