Ayung Terrace offers one of the best views in the country- with it’s rice fields and river sights this restaurant becomes a perfect place to visit no matter whether it’s sunny or rainy. The terrace is gorgeous even when it’s grey and cloudy, while most of the open air places look rather sad. I would call it a big advantage- as you know it rains often in this part of the country.
And now imagine having delicious lunch or upscale afternoon tea in the middle of this fairy tail ! An outstanding experience, truly nonpareil.
The restaurant serves tradition Balinese specialities with a western twist. Fragrant blend of Asian cuisine with European accents. I highly recommend you to try afternoon tea or to order several different appetizers – so you will try Balinese diversity and experience more of it’s unusual flavours.
Service, exactly as you expect it to be at Four Seasons- is on the highest level. Waiters are very friendly, though they do not cross the familiarity line, which makes you feel rather like « dear guest » than a « pal ». Competent staff is always happy to help you with the right choice according to your tastes and preferences. Timing is great as well – you will not be bored while waiting for the next dish, but also you won’t get all your orders straight one after another, so there’s enough time to relax, enjoy the ambiance and soak in this paradise.
By the way Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan was voted # 1 Resort in the World by Travel and Leisure last year and I will not be surprised if the award will stay at the hotel this year as well.