di Mare Restaurant

di Mare Restaurant

For years now, Karma Kandara has continuously set the standard for luxury living in Bali. As one of the pioneers of five-star cliff-top all-villa resorts in Uluwatu, the property truly offers the complete package. From attentive service and gorgeous surroundings that overlook the glistening azure ocean to appetising dining venues, including the signature di Mare Restaurant.

Voted one of the most spectacular restaurants in Bali, the restaurant is perched on the edge of a cliff, high above the surf of the Indian Ocean, and boasts infinity edge pools a few steps below. The dramatic location of this award-winning restaurant is matched by the quality of the cuisine, which takes its inspiration from the Mediterranean, with produce sourced from around the archipelago.

Helmed by Senior Executive Chef SEAP Joseph Antonishek, diners are spoiled with dishes that bring together Asian and European flavours. Open daily from breakfast until dinner, the menu changes depending on the season. The morning rush sees guests enjoying the scrumptious spread of the di Mare Signature Breakfast, whereas during the evening, the restaurant offers four differing tasting menus.

Ayam Cemani Agnolotti

Anyone opting for the à la carte is surely taken on a culinary journey around the world. Starters range from Sumbawa oysters and butterfish aburi, to ayam cemani agnolotti and filet mignon carpaccio. Meanwhile, for mains, Papuan tiger prawns and air-flown Miyazaki A5 beef are available, along with duck breast and wagyu MB5 rib-eye steak.

Completing your experience, you will find Veritas wine lounge, the perfect location for intimate gatherings and the considered sampling of Karma Kandara’s extensive selection of old and new

world wines, including Karma’s own branded varietals. 

Exquisite Taste Volume 39

di Mare Restaurant 

Karma Kandara

Jalan Villa Kandara

Banjar Wijaya Kusuma

Bali 80362, Indonesia

T: (+62) 81138203360

E: res@karmaresorts.com

W: karmagroup.com


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