Edogin has arrived at the Mulia Resort in Nusa Dua and is travelling on the same fêted path as its celebrated sibling in Jakarta. Edogin pays homage to the deeply revered Japanese heritage of traditional cooking recognized by UNESCO. The gracefully decorated restaurant has a buffet of tender teppanyaki, light-as-air tempura, and deliciously briny sashimi and sushi every Friday and Saturday for dinner.
The Japanese believe that the beauty of food is intrinsically central to the dining experience. The calculated symmetry and the colour are incredible to observe. Creative flair is an important part of being a Japanese chef and are celebrated daily at Edogin. Arrive early to feast on this popular all-you-can eat buffet. Free flow drink packages are also available.
Eating at Edogin is an experience that rivals Tokyo’s top restaurants; whether it is the prized Toro that Edogin’s chefs acquire from Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market or Wagyu beef from the Satsuma province in the Kagoshima Prefecture. It is clear the chef’s ability to realize the Japanese standard is innate. The beauty of the ingredient at hand and the resulting refinement in taste and presentation through the use of expert technique will be quickly recognized and appreciated by even the most naïve foodie.
Kimono-clad wait staff are quick and efficient and spend much time refolding napkins like origami while diners return to the buffet time and again. Succulent sushi and sashimi underline the notion of beauty in food. Edogin has a soba and ramen noodle bar plus the live cooking robatayaki stall, which features tender cuts of meat, fish, shellfish and vegetables cooked on a traditional Japanese grill. The teppanyaki counter allows diners to enjoy the fiery display nightly.