Feast at Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort is more than just a restaurant that serves buffet and a la carte dishes. It also boasts a contemporary setting, spacious interior, children’s dining area and a patio with a view of Kuta beach. The restaurant is open to both hotel guests and walk-in customers, but to be sure of getting a table, do call ahead and reserve one.
As a guest at Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort, I got to enjoy the buffet breakfast at Feast and an impromptu lunch on my second day.
Of all the hotel breakfasts I’ve tried, Feast served the best Eggs Benedict. The yolk was still runny and the white did not smell strongly of vinegar. Chef Rossano said the sauces are made in-house – they try to make as many things as they can (yogurt, compote, bread, sauces, ice cream, etc).
The waffle here is pretty decent; aromatic with crisp edges and a fluffy centre. Also worth trying is the selection of cheese with compote, and freshly baked breads. Service is friendly and consistent, and our plates were cleared promptly.
I love how they use small bottles (with clamp stoppers) to store fruit juices and yogurt; makes the entire display pretty to look at and even more enjoyable to consume.
The children’s dining section comes with cute tables and chairs next to a knee-level sweets and cakes spread, complete with popular cartoon characters to woo them further. That’s a very nice touch, I feel.
Lunch time at Feast is a lot more peaceful because most of the guests are either at the beach or out in town. I tried the lunch buffet spread — the salads were delicious — and also, two items from the ala carte menu. The assorted sushi was pretty good; I like that they were creative with the ingredients without compromising too much on the Japanese identity.
From the ala carte menu:
The Kurobuta Pork Belly with truffle mash potato and curried lentils de puy was noteworthy. Portion was pretty generous and the pork skin was thin and crackly. Beyond the skin, the belly was luscious with just the right amount of fat for flavour.
The sate however, was less stellar. I found it too heavily seasoned. Not sure if that’s how Balinese eat their sate, but I would prefer it to have less sodium. On the whole, I liked the concept of Feast and found the breakfast buffet spread pretty decent. For lunch, give the ala carte menu a try. Also, check out this video on Feast, courtesy of Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort!
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Food: 7/10 (non halal)
Verdict: Great concept and decent buffet spread. Try the Kurobuta Pork Belly!