Soleil, the seaside restaurant of the stunning The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas in Bali’s elite enclave of Nusa Dua, provides an inspired menu that draws flavours and methods from Italy and France with the addtion of Pan-Asian cuisines. Delectable dishes from Indonesia, Vietnam, and
Thailand do not melt into a single pot, rather they create a large selection of traditional and pure gastronomy.
At Soleil, culinary traditions are sacred and every dish on the menu remains true to its own historically defined tastes, textures and traditions. gastronomy. Sundays all you can eat buffets are legendary while the superb al a carte menu druing the week will satisfy the most discerning diners.
Two elegantly marbled dining areas have plush seating, divine china and magnificent views of the Indian Ocean. Be prepared to have your senses pampered by the internationally acclaimed chefs that rule the kitchens. Sunday brunch is a non-stop culinary cabaret that will tantalize your taste buds.
The lavish buffet features a towering display of fruits de mer, sashimi, and sushi, a live grilling station with vast selections of meat and seafood including delicious Kurobuta pork, Australian lamb chops, Balinese prawns, yellow fin tuna and swordfish “toro”. The chefs prepare an ever more enticing stream of degustation tasters that are delivered directly to the table. Among them diners can revel in the finest; foie gras, fresh from the sea sushi, sashimi and briny oysters. Rave reviews are garnered for seafood specialties that include succulent crabs and a choice of wonderful roasted and grilled meat.