Beloved Indonesian dishes, made with bright spices and the freshest ingredients, are served alongside captivating river views.
- 6:30 am – 11:00 am
- 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
- 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
- Babi Guling
Pork belly, rubbed with myriad spices, on sautéed pumpkin leaf
- Ikan Rica Rica
Red snapper with piquant dabu dabu sauce
- Gurita Panggang
With coconut smoked octopus, chilli sambal, grilled pineapple, steamed corn, coriander
- Kalio Udang
With prawn, Chinese cabbage pickles, Malang apple, jicama, young mango, kalio sauce
- Dadar Kopi
With java coffee chocolate cream, caramelized banana, coffee ice cream
- Roasted Pumpkin
Cauliflower tabbouleh, capsicum purée, walnuts, sour cream, cream cheese, multi-seed lavash
- Beetroot and Goat’s Cheese
Salak, raspberries, almonds, olives
- Layered Apple Crumble
Cinnamon, coconut sorbet
Wayan SutariawanExecutive Sous Chef
"I used to want to be a policeman. When I was 15 years old, though, I went to live with my auntie and every day I had to grind the spices for different dishes. This changed my path toward cooking."
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Chef's Table at Sokasi
Savour the aromas of Balinese cuisine and talk to the chef as you watch your meal being cooked right before your eyes in Sokasi’s riverside kitchen. This intimate seven-course dinner highlights forgotten recipes and classics like babi guling suckling pig and bebek betutu whole duck, slow-roasted in a traditional underground clay oven.
Our poolside restaurant on the banks of the river offers a European “Bistronomy” and contemporary grill menu under a canopy of banyan trees. Each dish is grilled to perfection in our top-of-the-range Josper charcoal oven, the master chefs’ choice for the most succulent meat and seafood. Swim up to a lunch of homemade pasta, ceviche or grilled fresh fish. Or dine amidst the mystical beauty of the jungle at night.