#eatdrinkhilton At Hilton Bali Resort

November 13, 2017

#EatDrinkHilton Experience
at Hilton Bali Resort

Hilton Bali Resort | Jl. Raya Nusa Dua Selatan | Ph: +62-361-773377 |
F: +62-361-773388 | hiltonbali.info@hilton.com | baliresort.hilton.com

Hilton hotels across Indonesia have embarked on a year-long “#EatDrinkHilton” F&B promotion beginning October 2017 through to September 2018. Each month, chefs from all Hilton hotels in Jakarta, Bali and Bandung will create locally inspired culinary innovations featuring a select seasonal produce. This November, Hilton Hotels in Indonesia proudly serves Soursop as the signature product of the month.

Inspired by its seaside location, Hilton Bali Resort’s Executive Chef, Clinton Webber, creates “Soursop Meets The Sea” and “Soursop Gelato”. Available at The Breeze and Delicatessen, “Soursop Meets The Sea” features the rich flavours of the sea and the land. The Breeze's soursop creation uniquely combines seared tuna with soursop pickles, grape salad, cranberry and turmeric essence while Delicatessen presents fresh soursop salad with coleslaw, cucumber, pickles, aged mustard salad and grilled barramundi.

The sour taste of soursop really goes well with the versatile and buttery flavour of barramundi. “Soursop Meets The Sea” at The Breeze priced at IDR 190.000 nett and “Soursop Barramundi Salad” at Delicatessen priced at IDR 90.000 nett. Both menus are available everyday from 10.00AM to 10.00PM. Don't miss out on Soursop Cocktails and Mocktails. 

The #EatDrinkHilton experience at Hilton Bali Resort has brought a new level of innovation using sustainable, locally sourced ingredients that promises a gastronomic journey to satisfy taste buds and please the eyes at the same time.

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