Villa Adasa’s fully equipped kitchen is staffed by a superb private chef – a jewel in the villas crown. The villa’s priced menu offers everything from snacks to lunches to five-course dinners and seafood barbecues. Afternoon canapés and G&T’s by the pool are a specialty.
Being in Bali, this is a good opportunity to try favourite Indonesian dishes such as Nasi Goreng (fried rice), Mie Goreng (fried noodles), or Soto Ayam (spicy chicken soup), as well as Nasi Campur – the everyday Balinese meal that can be customised to suit the occasion. Nasi Campur is comprised of rice and a selection of vegetables, meat or fish and other accompaniments that might include egg, tofu, and the fried soybean cakes known as ‘tempe’. Another ‘must try’ is Rendang Daging – a famous Indonesian delicacy created from succulent chunks of beef stewed in coconut cream and spices.
Guests are welcome to join the chef on shopping trips to the local markets – including the Jimbaran seafood market – and are encouraged to speak with him with regards meal options, specific dietary requirements and any special requests they may have during their stay.