Bamboo Chic at Le Meridien Bali Jimbaran

Hungry Hong Kong
crabDaniel Haddad

Bamboo Chic is Le Meridien Bali’s trendy all day dining spot serving Pan Asian cuisine. We loved the well curated menu perfect for family meals, casual lunches, or an afternoon snack. They also serve an extensive buffet spread where you are able to sample a variety of local and international flavours. There are plenty of child friendly options on the menu too so if you're little ones are a bit picky they will have more than enough to choose from. Located beachside you can also catch the sunset while dining in the spacious dining establishment.

Some recommendations from the appetiser section include the "Som Tam Green Papaya Salad" with Long Beans, Vine Ripened Cherry Tomatoes and a Sweet & Sour Palm Sugar Dressing, the Marinated Octous Salad lightly grilled with Hummus, Crisp Spanish Onions, Rocket, Blistered Tomatoes and White WIne Vinaigrette, and the Local Tiger Prawns cooked in Garlic, White Wine, Butter and Parsley served with Grilled Ciabata.

For mains we absolutely loved the Fresh Chili Crab. Othe options included the Chef's Signature Duck Confit with Six Hour Slow Cooked Duck which is shredded, deboned and then served with Orange Infused Carrot Puree and Plum Jus, the Crab and Sweet Corn Stuffed Chicken Breast which is oven baked and served with Creamy Spinach Mashed Potato and a Light, Natural Chicken Jus, and the Sous Vide New Zealand Lamb Rack served with Butter Poached Baby Vegetables and a Rosemary Red Wine Reduction.

If you've managed to save enough room for dessert opt for the Molten Chocolate Lava Cake for a satisfying end to your meal. A great dining option while staying at Le Meridien Bali Jimbaran.

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