Bali High at the Hyatt

Flossing has become a daily habit for me.  Last night though, flossing proved to be a somewhat challenging stunt, as I had more bits of food stuck between my teeth.  This was because I just came from the Balinese Food Festival at the Hyatt Regency Hotel and Casino.  I was one of the bloggers invited to this gastronomic event which lasts for 10 days starting on Aug. 30, 2013.

Every year, the Hyatt holds an international food festival, and this year’s spotlight is on Balinese cuisine.  Chefs from Bali have been flown in to prepare authentic Balinese food.  I must say, they failed to disappoint even the most discriminating foodie.
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I immensely enjoyed their Seafood Coconut Soup.  The taste was something new to me, but I loved how the flavor of the shrimp and fish blended with the coconut. Yummy!

This Bread and Butter Pudding was also something I’m glad I didn’t pass up on.  It had just the right amount of buttery-ness that left me wanting more.

My barbecue cravings were satisfied by this Sate with Peanut Sauce.

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Other than Balinese food, there was also a wide selection of Chinese, Italian, and Japanese cuisine to choose from.

There was also a salad bar with various types of dressing to choose from.  I especially found their Yogurt-Citrus dressing refreshing.

The pizza was something unlike anything I’ve tasted in the more popular pizza chains.  It was tasty, it was delectably different.

Dinner will never be complete without ice cream!  Their blueberry and cream cheese flavors are to die for!  The other dessert options were just as delightful.

So goes my Balinese food experience at the Hyatt Hotel.  Don’t just take my word for it.  Go and check it out yourself, and see how I’ve been telling the truth all this time.


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Rachel Drew Yam

Administrative Assistant

Hyatt Hotel and Casino Manila