Luxury Bali resort offers chance to sample exceptional food

Semara Luxury Villa Resort Uluwatu.
Semara Luxury Villa Resort Uluwatu.

AWARD-winning Bali property Semara Luxury Villa Resort Uluwatu has welcomed a new face and a host of exciting new flavours.

Now recognised as one of the premier five-star properties on Bali, the resort has a new executive chef, Wayan Wartawan, who has 20 years' experience, including 12 with Intercontinental Hotel in Jimbaran.

Taking the cuisine at the resort's Finn's Beach Club to a new level, Wayan will be focusing on simple food, done exceptionally well, with the freshest and best-quality ingredients.

The new Finn's menu features a mouth-watering mix of local and international fusion fare, including Rendang pizza, tapas and fresh barbecue seafood, while the warm chocolate pot is a winner for dessert.

The new drinks menu offers fresh, healthy and local-farmed organic ingredients.

A great way to experience the new flavours of Finn's is with a beach pass priced from just Rp 250,000 including tax (approximately AUD$25) with food and beverage credit to the value of Rp 250,000, sunbed and towel, free use of watersports equipment such as kayaks and snorkelling gear and access to the private beach by inclinator.

Children 12 years and under are free.

Judged Bali's Best New Villa for 2012 and International Award Winner for Best Luxury Villa and Service Excellence 2012, Semara Uluwatu is perched high on the limestone cliffs of the Bukit Peninsula overlooking the Indian Ocean.

An A-lister's retreat, it offers a helipad, private beach, two tennis courts, putting green, gym, spa, refined cuisine and world-class services.

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