Tugu’s Traditional Grand Rijsttafel at Bale Puputan,Bali

Dutch Colonial-era Smorgasbord, Tugu’s Traditional Grand Rijsttafel (or Rice Table) portrays the sumptuous social feast that used to be celebrated by the Dutch plantation lords when they hosted their honorable guests during the Colonial years.  Prepared according to traditional recipes that were only ever handed from generation to generation, the Grand Rijsttafel is a display of the colorful richness of Indonesian cuisine served by a parade of servers in elegant Indonesian ancient uniforms. This is the way lavish Indonesian cuisine was presented, where a rice platter is enjoyed with various different small side dishes together to make the one elaborate Rijsttafel dish.

The dinner is served at Bale Puputan Museum Dining Room decorated by memorabilia reminiscence of Balinese Royal families, some of which dating back to the 19th century and others relating to the Puputan War.

Rijsttafel: 500.000 IDR ++ / person (++: 21%tax and service charges apply)
Grand Rijsttafel: 650.000  IDR ++ / person (served by 12 waiters)

*minimum 2 persons


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