The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas

The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas

In Royal Style

Blessed with stunning views of Nusa Dua’s pristine white-sand coastline and across the resort’s expansive infinity-edge swimming pool, Soleil at The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas is making an indelible splash across the Asia Pacific region with its extravagant and attractively priced Sunday Brunch.


Situated within one of two gilded wings, The Mulia’s signature Mediterranean Riviera inspired restaurant is appointed with finely upholstered banquettes topped with preppy floral and striped decorative pillows. The atmosphere is relaxed and sophisticated, exclusive but never pretentious. Soleil’s culinary team, hand-selected from the best five-star hotels found across the globe, go above and beyond the indulgent buffet-style encounters found in many A-list, luxury resorts. Soleil’s brunch is all about a personalised experience with a specialty a la carte menu, an extensive carving station and a grill-to-order display kitchen featuring all of your favourites: swordfish toro, tiger shrimp, maguro tuna, roasted leg of lamb and lamb chops, roasted turkey and grilled kurobuta pork belly, to name a few.




Surprise amuse-bouches arrive at your table unexpectedly throughout the afternoon, keeping guests on their toes with new flavours and thoughtful presentations. In addition to the sumptuous cuisine that has top chefs, CEOs and government ministers occupying the tables around us, Soleil’s value-oriented price tag, even with free flow wine, has created a frenzy of interest from gourmands who cringe at the average cost of a nice bottle of wine in Bali. As our lovely Balinese butler pours two glasses of crisp, South African sauvignon blanc, our eyes wander over to the seafood tower, shimmering with the most outstanding oysters we have ever seen in Indonesia. Flown in from Fanny Bay, a specialty shellfish supplier situated along the pristine coastline of British Columbia in Canada, each oyster averages a length of 12 centimetres, easily taking centre stage amongst stiff competition that includes succulent king crab legs, plump cocktail shrimp, freshly rolled sushi and gleaming slices of sashimi.

Fiercely committed to sourcing the freshest, highest quality ingredients spanning the globe, as well as skillful staff selected as carefully as the food, Soleil is surprising Bali’s competitive culinary landscape with products never before seen on the island. The perfect example arrives in a flawless, porcelain pot filled with a luscious cheese fondue, artisan-crafted locally. Accompanied by whispery thin slices of toasted baguette, no one at our table had ever heard of gourmet cheese actually being made on the island. But that’s how Soleil does it; with impeccable taste and a desire to surprise and delight guests from the moment you drive through the lotus-framed resort entrance.

Understanding his limited chance to wow an audience that has been indulged with every Mediterranean delight under the sun, Soleil’s Hawaii-born pastry chef prepares carefully chosen desserts that satisfy the sweet tooth without tipping the scales: melt in your mouth chocolate fondants, airy chocolate mousse topped with an irresistible layer of crushed chocolate cookie, chewy pistachio cookies and mini-tarts topped with fresh blueberries bursting with flavour.

Soleil Sunday Brunch is available from 11.00 am to 03.00 pm with prices starting from IDR 409,000++ per person. For full pricing information email:


Our Favourite Feature:

There’s nothing like an expansive Indian Ocean view to create that peerless Bali ambience. Soleil is blessed with one of the most perfect Nusa Dua beach vistas on the island, with floor-to-ceiling glass windows that showcase the unmatched seascape beyond.