Coastal Brunch at Sea Salt

The sound of the sea, freshly chucked oysters, buckets of prawns and a salty aspect are all part of the experience at Sea Salt, and enjoying their brunch offers a chance to enjoy all of the above in spades. 

Finding their unique niche at Alila Seminyak’s Sea Salt Restaurant has taken a little time, but found it they have. The absolute beachfront location has gone a long way to inspiring a menu that focuses on flavours from the sea and lingers with Japanese elements.  


Overlooking the rolling waves of Seminyak Beach, the aspect is all encompassing, romantic, adventurous and free, and the adjoining Beach bar is a hot ticket for both guests and visitors. Sea Salt re-launched their concept restaurant earlier this year and both the interiors and the menu have been a great success for the stylish resort.  


Any time is a good time to visit Sea Salt, open from breakfast till late.  Brunch offers a chance to peruse the entire menu at your leisure. Open from 12 till 4pm, this is a grazing menu that is worthy of time.  


The coastal brunch is priced to please at Rp485k++ and includes a welcome drink of bubbles or a juice depending on your preference. A live station on the verandah is set up to create eggs benedict and Sunday breakfast favourites. House cured salmon is also displayed and freshly sliced to order at the station.  


The cured salmon is highly recommended alongside the freshly chucked oysters and buckets of fresh prawns that are delivered to the table. Eating as many as you like is a definite bonus. Ours were delivered by the Chef Vivian, who had disguised himself as a fisherman for the day. He’s absolutely enjoying the new restaurant and the menu, which finally makes a lot of sense for this location.


Jl. Taman Ganesha no. 9
Petitenget, Bali – Indonesia


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