If there is one thing that you should do on a Sunday in Bali, it’s brunch in Nusa Dua. Breakfast is usually a meal that the Balinese skip, but if you head to Nusa Dua on a Sunday morning you will find that Sunday brunch is the main attraction.
Nusa Dua is known for its super hotels and all-inclusive resorts that line the powder white beaches of Bali. So we decided to head down to the St Regis to celebrate our engagement because brunch is my favourite meal and the St Regis is known for it’s Sunday Brunch.
The St Regis Bali is simply beautiful. The décor made me wish that I could be lucky enough to call the St Regis my home and the hotel backs onto perfect white sand that meets crystal clear seas.
There are two different restaurants to choose from and we chose to brunch at Boneka, because an hour of bottomless cocktails followed by gourmet food and Jazz music is exactly how Sunday’s should be spent.
Jordon and I love our food but he is really picky and I will eat pretty much anything providing that it is healthy, so finding a restaurant that we both enjoy can sometimes be tricky. But, at the St Regis we were spoiled for choice. For 55 USD you can enjoy unlimited Caviar, Oysters, premium cut meats, Sushi and pastries. This is no ordinary brunch; this is a St Regis Brunch.
I ate my weight in Sushi, Oysters and lean meats whilst Jordon opted for the Muffins and pastries. I was quite pleased with my choice and I knew that we would be spending the afternoon by the sea, so I went for the healthier options because I didn’t want to feel bloated. But when the waiter brought over some crepes that Jordon had ordered, I thought “screw the diet” and ordered two for myself. Those crepes were worth every calorie!
A mixture of cuisines can be found at Boneka, and there is a selection of made to order dishes available too. They have a grill area outside and every now and again Jordon would reappear with something new from the grill, or a waiter would bring over something that he had requested. I think it’s safe to say that we got our money’s worth.
Nusa Dua was never on our ‘to visit’ list, but I am so glad that we came here! There are lots of places to have your Sunday Brunch, but if you want something that’s a bit more upscale with an hour of bottomless cocktails, head down to the St Regis.