Exquisite Additions At Cocoon Beach Club

August 08, 2017

Exquisite Additions At Cocoon Beach Club

Expect nothing less than excellent food with great value and exceptional service when you dine at Cocoon Beach Club. Seminyak’s most iconic location on Double Six Beach serves delicious and mouthwatering selections via its newly expanded menu. Rain or shine, dining here would surpass any expectations, whether you’re looking for local food, international favourites or healthy selections.

Take a look, there’s a myriad of choice for everybody at the table; Entree, Mains, Locals, Pastas/Risottos/Salads, Sides and Desserts. Who can resist a Nori Prawn Tempura to start? The freshest chopped tiger prawns come with seaweed, wasabe and mayo or maybe the Angus Beef Carpaccio in Gorgonzola Dressing? We highly recommend the Super Foods Salad; it may sound extremely healthy but this dish is nothing but delightful. Sweet, tangy and salty, it is the right mixture of fresh pomelos and avocados, cherry tomatos and chickpeas, mint leaves and white raddish as well as lightly fried aubergines, with a sprinkling of sunflower seeds and edamame for a touch of the orient. The Thai Beef Salad is great for a little taste of Thailand featuring thinly sliced grilled beef in Thai dressing, or how about the Watermelon, Feta, Mint Salad, perfect for a hot day in the tropics? There’s really nothing to lose with the Lamb Greek Salad and everyone’s favourite Caesar Salad before the main course.

When in Bali, eat as the locals do. The new Local section in the menu features the very best versions of time-honoured favourites. Try the Nasi Goreng with prawns, fried egg and vegetables served with chicken satays and chicken wing. Swap the rice for noodles and you’ll get another hot favourite; the Mee Goreng. If you’re the adventurous type, go for the Laksa Tempe, Pepes Ikan, Babi Asam Manis or the Opor Ayam. Take your time choosing, the laid back, elegant atmosphere at Cocoon Beach Club calls for it. But definitely go for the Beef Rendang. A spicy meat dish consisting of coconut milk and a plethora of spices, this dish is slow-cooked over small flames for 4 hours before served. The tender and juicy meat melts in your mouth and is the perfect balance of herbs and spices without being too spicy. Room for dessert? This is a must; the Chocolate Brulee featuring the most delicious homemade caramel ice cream in a bed of crispy caramelized biscuit, chocolate pudding and berry compote.

Cocoon Beach Club is the ideal way to spend your day amidst the hustle and bustle of thriving Seminyak. Kick back and relax, sip on a cocktail by the stunning infinity pool or in your very own cabana while soaking up the sun to the smooth tunes from the resident DJ. Brunch, lunch and dinner serving from 10am till late, choose to sit inside or on the deck and enjoy the delightful ocean breezes and star filled sky in the evening. Upstairs at Cocoon is a year round dedicated functions, weddings and events room catering for up to 200 people for a cocktail style party or 100 people for a seated dinner.  With extensive food and beverage packages available to suit all budgets and absolutely no room-hire fee, Upstairs at Cocoon is the perfect choice for your next private or corporate event. 


Cocoon Restaurant & Beach Club
Jalan Double Six No. 66, Blue Ocean Boulevard, Seminyak, Bali
Ph: + 62 361 731266


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