Majestically perched on the Uluwatu clifftop, The edge is Bali’s most famed all-villa resort, not only offering breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean but also the perfect blend of Indonesian hospitality and luxurious amenities. As the ultimate super-villa property, The edge is also home to dining venues that cater to all tastes, including The cave, a game-changing restaurant that is built among stalactites and stalagmites.
The cave is a 22-seat subterranean restaurant serving a delectable seven-course menu that will satisfy any palate with Chef Ryan Clift acting as the Culinary Director. Found 6.5m underground, this is the first subterranean restaurant in Bali, further cementing the island’s position as one of the world’s best culinary destinations.
The cave by Chef Ryan Clift boasts a unique and luxurious natural wonderland that was discovered in 2013 during the construction of a new villa. The cave itself is believed to be around 25,000 years old, and after a series of careful renovations to preserve the natural wonders, the space is now welcoming guests for a unique dining experience amongst stalactites, stalagmites and crescent walls lining this natural miracle, with some stalactites measuring over 2.5m in length.
On the menu, Chef Ryan Clift has prepared an array of Japanese-inspired dishes ranging from cured salmon belly, Hokkaido scallop, dry-aged duck, Tajima wagyu and more. Highlighting the best seasonal ingredients, the menu surely makes your taste buds tingle.
In addition to the amazing dining experience, The cave will feature brief projector shows between courses on the walls contoured with natural stalactites and stalagmites to accompany guests while they enjoy the meticulous seven-course degustation menu.
- Fermented mushroom
- Foie gras cheesecake
- Tajima wagyu
The Cave by Chef Ryan Clift at The Edge
Jl. Pura Goa Lempeh Banjar Dinas Kangin, Pecatu, Uluwatu, Bali 80361
T: (+62) 3618470700