Cooking Class With The Chef At Dapur Berawa

August 10, 2017

Cooking Class With The Chef 
at Dapur Berawa

Villa Berawa | Jl. Pantai Berawa, Gang Sri Kahyangan Kuta Utara, Badung - Bali 80361 |
P: +62 361 4731614 / 4737600 | M: +62 8191 6765 111 | www.villaberawabali.com

Visitors flock to Bali from all corners of the globe to learn, discover and immerse themselves in Balinese culture and lifestyle, one that is truly one of a kind in the world. An important aspect of Balinese culture is Balinese cuisine, with interesting and exotic selections to choose from including the all-time favourites Bebek or Ayam Betutu, Sate Lilit, Babi Guling and a plethora of meats, rice and vegetables fried, steamed, stewed or grilled to perfection as well as a collection of the most tantalizing desserts, snacks and cakes for your sweet pleasure.

Now, you can try your hand at making some simple yet delicious Balinese and Indonesian dishes at Dapur Berawa. Dapur Berawa or Berawa’s Kitchen, located at the beautiful and traditionally built Villa Berawa in Canggu is now offering guests an exciting new activity to liven up the holidays; Cooking Class at Dapur Berawa. Here’s your chance to be the master of your own kitchen by learning how to make time-honored Balinese and Indonesian recipes that are sure to be favourites among your loved ones. For only IDR 250,000 nett per person, you can select 2 recipes to make, and let the Chef guide you through a step-by-step process involved in the making of the dishes. Dapur Berawa is renowned for its vast and delicious Indonesian menus, offering guests a unique dining experience set within a traditional Javanese setting. Sign up for this memorable activity and don’t forget to take home the recipes! 

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