GIANYAR, Bali (BPN) – In keeping with classic traditions, Andrawina Restaurant by Rumah Luwih is offering a special brunch menu honoring Peranakan cuisine every Sunday from 11.30 AM to 3.30 PM. Peranakan, also called Nonya cuisine is from the Peranakans, descendants of early Chinese migrants who settled in Penang, Malacca, Singapore and Indonesia and who married local Malays. The Malay word Nonya is a term of respect for women of prominent social standing and refers to the cuisine of the Peranakans.
Range of dishes are offered for mains including new signature dish Hainanese Chicken Rice which is very popular in South East Asia and now regarded as one of the national dishes in Singapore.
Andrawina Hainanese Chicken Rice is an all-white tender chicken prepared from a spring chicken and boiled in the chicken broth with infused spices. Paired with savoury garlic rice and chilli-ginger sauce. Available at Andrawina Restaurant during Peranakan Sunday Brunch for only IDR 179,000++ per adult, special price for children under 12 years, and free for children under 4 years.
A grill station will also be available for those seeking for a barbeque Balinese experience. For dessert, guests will be served with various tropical fruits and an array of cakes from Indonesia. With such complex flavors and varied textures, Peranakan cuisine holds a special pride of place in the heart of Southeast Asia’s culinary tradition.
Step into a delightful haven of oceanfront elegance, Rumah Luwih brings the experience of an exceptional taste of luxury, designed by the distinguished architect Hadiprana for the most discerning world travelers. Andrawina Restaurant by Rumah Luwih provides a royal dining experience in a gorgeous colonial setting. Breakfast, lunch and dinner can be enjoyed in this luxurious dining room or in its laid-back seating by the pool where guests enjoy their meals accompanied by the serene ocean breeze.
Seated in the vast expanse of Rumah Luwih’s dining room is certainly the best way to enjoy these classic flavors.