International Airport Tax now IDR200.000

Bali airport tax

International airport tax at Denpasar airport now IDR200.000 (before IDR150.000). Have a safe flight!

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Closed on Sun 30 & Mon 31 March

On Nyepi our restaurant is closed

Due to Nyepi Day we are closed on Sunday 30 and Monday 31 March 2014.

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Group Dinner

Group dinner at Jimbaran Bay Bali

Group dinner beachfront at Jimbaran Bay! Perfect setting for your business group, wedding dinner, party or road show. Delicious seafood and Bali delis. Tailor-made solutions for you. All details here.

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Lowongan Kerja Restaurant Bali

Lowongan kerja restaurant Bali. Bawang Merah Beachfront Restaurant di Jimbaran Bay mencari waiter/waitress, bartender, stewards, cook, chef (Indonesian, Chinese, European), driver.

Aplikasi/CV email ke info[at]jimbaranbeachrestaurant.com (replace [at] with @)

Atau hubungi (0361) 2168521(0361) 770210.

Atau bawa aplikasi ke kantor kami di Sekar Jagat Spa, Jalan By Pass Jimbaran, Mumbul, depan Avani Resort (lihat peta).

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Sunset Time Jimbaran March 2014 + April 2014

Sunset time March 2014 April 2014

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Bali Tourist Arrivals 2013

Bali Tourist Arrivals 2013

Bali tourist arrivals 2013.

       Country   Visitors   Compared to 2012

1        Australia    826.000     +   0.3 %

2        China         387.000      + 24.6 %

3        Japan         208.000      +  8.5 %

4        Malaysia    199.000     + 10.7 %

5        Singapore   138.000    + 14.4 %

6        S.Korea      134.000     + 10.4 %

7        Taiwan       126.000     + 32.0 %

8        France        125.000     + 18.8 %

9        U.K.             122.000     +   6.0 %

10      USA            105.000     + 11.9 %

11       Germany    100.000    + 18.0 %

12       Russia         79.000      +   1.9 %

13       Netherland  72.000     + 16.5 %

14       India           54.000     + 38.5 %

 

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New Year’s Eve Dinner

New Year's Eve dinner at Jimbaran Bay.

New Year’s Eve dinner at Jimbaran Bay

We offer 4 special packages for your New Year’s Eve dinner at Jimbaran Bay. Beside that you are also free to order your dinner a la carte, the packages are not compulsary. In the following 2 of them, view all here.

Lovely New Year’s Eve Dinner
IDR 950.000 for 2 (about US$85)

(IDR 475.000 per person)
plus 10% tax and 5% service
free pick-up & drop-back

Includes one bottle of Hatten wine (red/white)
OR one bottle of Bali champagne (Hatten)

STARTER
Mushroom soup
Steamed king prawn

MAIN
Baked red snapper fillet
with bearnaise sauce
OR
Fried crispy whole duck, with onion sambal
and flavour of lime and coconut oil

DESSERT
Black forest cake
OR Mango & strawberry bowl
OR Mixed ice cream

Royal New Year’s Eve Dinner
IDR 2.700.000 for 2 (about US$220)

(IDR 1.350.000 per person)
plus 10% tax and 5% service
free pick-up & drop-back

Includes one bottle of Hatten wine (red/white)
OR one bottle of Bali champagne (Hatten)

STARTER
Lobster cream soup

MAIN
Grilled lobster (800g)
with honey butter lemon sauce
Steamed crab (500g) with onion and garlic
Calamari fritti (400g)
Grilled fish fillet (500g) onion sambal
Grilled jumbo prawns (6 pcs)
with honey butter lemon sauce

DESSERT
Tiramisu
OR
Black forest cake

 

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TravelsForFood.com talking about us

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Very Nice Comment

“Quiet spot on the beach away from the hussle of Kuta and Jimbaran”  

I loved the atmosphere here. Very quiet and beautiful location, away from the hassle and bustle of Kuta and Jimbaran and so on. Food was tasty and very nicely presented. Majority of the dishes are traditional Indonesian and the price is well set. The Manager was lovely and very accommodating as we had 3 children at the table varying in ages from 5 to 15. Definitely a nice place to stop by, one evening, for dinner.

A guest from Ilkley, United Kingdom

Related links: restaurant reviews | seafood Jimbaran

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Halal or not halal?

Halal

Frequently asked question: “Is the food at your restaurant halal?”

We do not “slaughter according to the Islamic law”, we are not a “halal certified” or a “only Muslim food” restaurant, and we also do not claim to be one.

We do not have any pork dishes and absolutely no pork meat in the kitchen so you can be sure that there is no pork in your meal. BTW our chef is a Muslim from Java. We definitely do not add any alcohol or wine in our cooking. But for example we use the same glasses for alcohol and non-alcohol drinks, also we cannot 100% rule out that there is not a gelatin or any other minor non-halal ingredient in one of the dozens of bottles with sauces we have in the kitchen.

We have lots of loyal Muslim customers from Indonesia, Malaysia and other countries, they all enjoy our food and service and have no concerns regarding the halal issue, but, frankly speaking, if you look for a in all aspects strictly 100% halal restaurant we are not what you are looking for. We want our guests to be happy and safe, so we honestly inform you about what we can do for you and what maybe not.

We hope this information is helpful and we would be pleased to welcome you at our restaurant.

Wish you a marvellous time on Bali!

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