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NOTE: I was doing some work for Accor Hotels (part of Sofitel) and they invited me to stay for a few complimentary nights and I didn’t pay for this buffet. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own, and I chose to make this video on my own.
I definitely haven’t been to all the buffets in Bali, but there have been many that say, for the quality and variety, the Sunday brunch buffet at Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua, is probably the best of the island – and after eating there, I have no arguments – it was an outstanding buffet!
My wife Ying and I arrived to the buffet right as they opened for brunch on Sunday, and immediately we walked around to see all that was available. Sofitel is a French hotel, so you can count on there being plenty of French food, bread, pastries, and cheese. But you’ll also find a great selection of Indonesian food and Balinese food, and my favorite station, which was the grilled Balinese style seafood station.
This is one of the huge buffets that I only wish I would be in my early 20’s again, to be able to eat non-stop – but unfortunately I fill up much faster than I did back then.
I’ve eaten at 2 Sofitel brunch buffets now (the other in Manila: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejyHBBJZTds), and what I like about Sofitel buffets is that they cook in small batches, and the food is very high quality, while having an abundance of choices.
I didn’t pay for this meal, but I looked up the price…
Starts at IDR 599,000 ($44.33) and goes up with drink choices
Amazing buffet in Bali!
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