Ensconced on the idyllic Jimbaran Bay, Sundara offers a dining and leisure destination that combines five-star elegance with a welcoming, tropical atmosphere. Boasting an unrivalled three-mile beach and an extensive 57-metre-long beachfront pool, Sundara really lives up to its name, meaning beautiful in Sanskrit.
The heavenly setting of Sundara entices guests to take their time and bask in the ambience all day, and with the dining and drinking selection on offer, it’s not difficult to succumb. Start with the nutritionist-guided menu for a breezy, seaside lunch. Or, better still, opt for Bali’s Longest Sunday Brunch from 11am to 4.30pm every Sunday to amp up your weekend.
Sail away on the Sundara boat, inspired by the Jukung – Bali’s own traditional fishing boat – and enjoy the mesmerising sea around Jimbaran Bay. Afterwards, take up Sundara’s daily offer of 2-for-1 Sundowners, serving meticulously hand-crafted, slow-cooked tipples with Balinese arak as the main star.
Wrap up the day with Sundara’s latest dining offer, a BBQ Sunset Dinner. In true Jimbaran fashion – an area that is famed for its beachside seafood barbecue tradition, Sundara’s culinary team helmed by Chef Angga Winarjaya brings the art of roasting, grilling and smoking to the whole menu – even desserts and cocktails.
Equipped with the coffee wood-fuelled Kopa Smoke Oven – an invention known for its precision when it comes to smoke density and temperature control – the restaurant infuses a dose of smoky flavour and tenderness into its meats, seafood, sweets and plant-based cuisine.
Culinary highlights include coffee wood-smoked Tasmanian salmon, 800g bamboo lobster with sambal matah, 1kg 200-day grain-fed Angus T-bone, and beef short ribs smoked slow-and-low for 12 hours, as well as sweet treats like Sundara’s panna cotta with smoked cream, and profiteroles with smoky 72% dark chocolate and Scotch sauce.
- Slow-smoked beef short ribs
- The 57-metre-long beachfront pool
- Bali’s Longest Sunday Brunch