di Mare Restaurant
Suspended 150 meters above the surf on a
rocky outcrop, di Mare, (Of the Ocean in Italian) the most
dramatically situated destination restaurants in Bali. Its
semi-circular dining room, covered in light pre-tensile fabric, is
built to resemble a yacht, framing a view of sea and sky that extends
to the horizon.
Award winning New York chef Raymond Saja
utilises only the freshest, season-driven local ingredients, combined
with premium imports from overseas in designing an ocean-inspired fine
dining menu that delivers the finest Mediterranean style food with a
Pan-Asian flourish. Think Spice Crusted Prawns with pea leaves, pods,
tendrils and Tahitian vanilla emulsion, or Moroccan Spiced Ahi Tuna
with Lentils du Puy, lemon confit and Ligurian olive juice.
The di Mare cellar is stocked with more
than 3000 wines from around the world – all of which makes for one of
the most memorable fine dining experiences you are ever likely to have
– in Bali or anywhere else.
Temple Lounge & Bar
Set on the rooftop of Di Mare Restaurant,
Temple Lounge evokes a North African ambience. Plush, colorful
banquettes, Shisa pipes and giant Moroccan stained glass lanterns
create a Kasbah-like setting where guests enjoy custom cocktails and
Mid - East inspired Tapas style dishes served at a whimsical market
stall. The perfect location for sundowners, combining lofty vistas
with cool sea breezes - the most refreshing of which come in a glass.
Nammos Beach Club
Styled after a whimsical folly on some
Greek island in the Aegean, complete with indigenous grass roof and
bamboo platform, Nammos Beach Club presides over a pristine sweep of
white sand and a tranquil turquoise lagoon whose only access is via
Karma Kandara’s private inclinator, which carries guests effortlessly
up and down 100 meters of sheer limestone cliff.
Voted Best Beach in Bali by Hello Bali
magazine in December 2008, Nammos Beach Club exudes an air of tropical
languor accompanied by exemplary levels of service – whether you’re
sipping signature cocktails, partaking of the Mediterranean inspired
menu (including a well stocked oyster bar) or enjoying water sports in
The raised bamboo decking houses a
dedicated kitchen, complete with traditional wood-fired pizza oven,
and a bar stocked with top shelf liquors, champagne and not to forget,
ice-cold beer. Guests can lounge on daybeds, in private pavilions or
perch on stools at the bar. Two manicured lawns set with sun lounges,
on little bluffs above the sand offer a cool spot for dining.
And what would a beach club be without
freshly caught fish and seafood? To this end, Nammos offers guests the
ultimate in authentic just-caught flavour. Seafood selections like
lobster, shrimp and other shellfish are farmed in the lagoon – upon a
guest making their selection the waiter will don flippers and mask and
head out into the lagoon to collect lunch… unless the guest prefers
to make a personal selection in which case they can go too.