A key element of the Kaba Kaba experience is the villa's delectable cuisine.
Breakfast gives a taste of what’s to come, with an appetising selection of either American or Balinese fare. For lunch and dinner, Kaba Kaba Estate operates an a la carte system with a very reasonably priced menu of snacks, appetisers, mains and desserts.
Reigning over his exceptionally well-equipped professional kitchen, the chef prepares a wealth of special Balinese dishes such as Gado Gado (mixed vegetables with peanut sauce), Pepes Ikan (fish cooked in banana leaf with Balinese spices, served with rice), and Dadar Guling (rolled pancake with grated coconut and palm sugar). The western menu covers everything from pumpkin soup, goat cheese salad, beef sirloin, and lamb ribs to seared tuna and lobster. There’s also a choice of pizza and pasta dishes, as well as a kids’ menu.
The chef is happy to tailor meals to special dietary requirements, or to work off-menu to meet your dining preferences. Should you wish to host a dinner party, he is in his element whipping up Balinese feasts, which are served with panache by the villa butlers. Additionally, an excellent wine list provides a choice of wines, spirits, champagnes and cocktails. Non-menu food items and all beverages are charged to guest account.