The famed Bumbu Bali restaurant makes a pit stop at one of Singapore’s most beloved buffet restaurants, MELT ~ The World Café. Chef Heinz von Holzen will be the guest chef in house from 28 April to 8 May 2015, dishing out authentic Balinese cuisine that uses an incredible variety of spices with different kinds of seafood, meat and vegetables. Buffet highlights Besides Bumbu Bali's signature Dojang Nakeng, a prawn and squid salad mixed with lime and mint for a refreshing kick-start for your meal, other tantalizing appetizers include the Sate Ayam and Sapi an Babi (pictured below) – chicken, beef and pork meat skewers.
What’s more impressive, is the wide variety of different meats and seafood. This includes the Pesan Be Pasih (Grilled Fish in Banana Leaf), Bebek Menyanyat (Duck Curry), Sambel Udang (Spiced Tomato Sauce Prawns) and Kambing Mekuah (Lamb Stew, pictured below).
A live noodle station will feature MELT’s skilled chefs dishing out authentic Soto Ayam (Chicken Noodle Soup) on the spot. End your meal off with authentic Indonesian desserts that uses only the freshest tropical fruits. The generous spread includes, Kolak Pisang (Bananas in Coconut Milk) and the Berohcong (Coconut Cakes). Also try the Bubuh Injin (Black Rice Pudding) to end your meal off on a sweet note. The Magic of Bumbu Bali is available from 28 April to 8 May 2015. Lunch: $68 per person Dinner: $88 per person, $118 (with beer and house wines) Brunch (Only on 3 may 2015): $108 per person, $158 (with champagne, wines, beer, juices and soft drinks) Limited! Cooking Class by Chef Heinz von Holzen (1 May 2015): $108 per person including buffet dinner For reservations and enquiries, email email@example.com or call (65) 6885 3500. MELT ~ The World Café, Mandarin Oriental Singapore, 5 Raffles Ave Level 4, Singapore 039797 See Also: Try out the different kinds of Western food here Explore more buffets at these fine dining restaurants
Written by Cheryl Chong