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Experience the Revitalised Charm of Pasar Senggol at Grand Hyatt Bali

Experience the Revitalised Charm of Pasar Senggol at Grand Hyatt Bali
Experience the Revitalised Charm of Pasar Senggol at Grand Hyatt Bali

Indulge in an Unforgettable Culinary Journey at Pasar Senggol.

Grand Hyatt Bali is delighted to unveil the newly revitalised Pasar Senggol, an iconic dining venue transformed to deepen the immersive experience of Indonesian market-style dining. Nestled in the luxurious resort environment of Nusa Dua, this venue is more than just a place to eat; it is a cultural hub where traditions are cherished and gastronomy is celebrated. Guests are invited to join Grand Hyatt Bali for an exquisite dining experience every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 6:00 to 9:00 PM.

Stepping into Pasar Senggol at the Grand Hyatt Bali mimics opening a treasure chest of Indonesian food, where each dish tells a story handed down through generations. Imagine the rich aromas of spices infusing bamboo-grilled meats and the deep, complex flavours of coconut rendang tantalising your taste buds. Grand Hyatt Bali’s chefs dedicate themselves to crafting each dish with the freshest local ingredients, employing traditional techniques that honour and celebrate the storied culinary heritage of the region.

Pasar Senggol at Grand Hyatt Bali
Balinese traditional dance performance

The atmosphere of Pasar Senggol is designed to transport guests to a vibrant Balinese village market. As soon as you walk in, bright colours catch your eyes while various beats are wrapped up in irresistible whiffs wafting Balinese dishes. As diners indulge in their meals, they are accompanied by the refreshing breeze and entertained by an array of traditional dances and musical performances that reflect the rich cultural tapestry of Bali and beyond. You will enjoy your dinner under the stars and with a journey through a rich cultural tapestry – far from your ordinary dining venture.

With its latest makeover, expect Pasar Senggol to be more than just a dining venue; it’s also a vibrant showcase of small local businesses (UMKM) proudly sharing their masterpieces. Local artisans and craftsmen get to shine here; their stunning pieces aren’t merely decor but are vital ingredients that shape your eating journey. Together with masters of their crafts, Pasar Senggol throws its support behind neighbourhood initiatives while safeguarding Indonesia’s heritage.

Walking through the new and improved Pasar Senggol is an adventure for all your senses – there’s always something to catch your eye or taste buds! Whether it’s chef-run interactive kitchens or exhibits brimming with Indonesian tradition, every spot tells a story. You’ll find yourself surrounded by the peace and allure typical of a Balinese hamlet here, where everything from the setting to the smallest details works together to turn every dinner into something special.

Food buffet at Pasar Senggol, Grand Hyatt Bali
Food buffet at Pasar Senggol, Grand Hyatt Bali

Guests are encouraged to reserve their experience at Pasar Senggol, where they can indulge in a culinary journey priced at Rp825,000++ per person. This price includes not only a diverse and rich menu but also a lineup of captivating entertainment that showcases the best of Balinese culture.

Grand Hyatt Bali invites you to step into the enchanting world of Pasar Senggol, where they give you a front-row seat to Indonesia’s colourful cultural heritage and delicious cuisine at every visit.

For more information or to reserve your table at Pasar Senggol, please send your inquiries to (WhatsApp) +6285-5390-3658 or email to [email protected].

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