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Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay Relaunches Taman Wantilan Restaurant

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In its latest enhancement, Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay has relaunched Taman Wantilan restaurant with a new design and concept, which sees the chefs take center stage with live action cooking against sparkling ocean views.

Setting a new standard in upscale yet relaxed dining, Taman Wantilan emerges from a major renovation with a chic new design that maximizes the views of Jimbaran’s curving three-mile beach and dusky sunsets. Previously an all-day à la carte venue, the restaurant now offers an impressive array of Asian and Western cuisine at nine live action stations. Specialty chefs display their craftsmanship at new show kitchens in the middle of the open-air, Balinese-style dining pavilion. Every sense is aroused as the chefs prepare dishes à la minute, using the highest quality ingredients and catering for individual preferences to provide diners with a completely customized experience.

Indian Specialty Chef Anil Naudiyal attracts an audience as he hand-makes naan and fires up the tandoor for succulent lamb chops and kebabs. Every craving is satisfied at the sizzling teppanyaki grill, street food-style laksa and noodle station, seafood-on-ice and sashimi bar, salad shaker bar, carvery and homemade pasta station. Save room for dessert by award-winning Executive Pastry Chef Yusuke Aoki (Asia’s Best Chef in the Valrhona C3 Competition 2018), whose dainty French-style sweets fill the temperature-controlled Patisserie’s sleek glass cabinets. Children love the gelato and crepe station with dozens of toppings to choose from.

Taman Wantilan’s upgrade follows a two-year renovation of Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay’s 147 pool villas, relaunched in July 2017 with more spacious interiors, bigger plunge pools and contemporary Balinese decor. The new culinary concept further strengthens the resort’s dining experiences, which also include the renowned Sundara Beach-Club and Restaurant for Modern Asian ‘Customized Dining’ and innovative cocktails; Jala for authentic Balinese cuisine in an intimate, home-style setting; and Pool Terrace Café for Western and Asian favorites.

Taman Wantilan is open daily for breakfast from 6:30-11 a.m. and dinner from 6-10 p.m. The dinner buffet is priced at Rp 695,000++ (approx. USD$46.30++) per person. Non-resident guests are welcome. Room packages that include breakfast are available online at www.fourseasons.com/jimbaranbay.

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