Your personal chef at Villa Bloom Bali, Penny, and her villa attendants are there for you to prepare daily breakfast, lunch and dinner. All snacks and meals can be ordered from and extensive suggestion menu offering a wide array of Western and Asian, vegetarian and children’s dishes. There is also an array of cook books to choose dishes from. Penny is also happy to tailor meals to suit special requests and dietary needs.

Meals can be a simple affair, a barbecue in the middle of the garden, or a grand banquet according to your whims.  We recommend that you try some of Penny’s special Indonesian and Balinese dishes for a true cultural experience.

Our private chef Penny has 20 years of experience and has mastered a wide range of cooking styles. She is a passionate cook who understands taste and texture and can cater for individual preferences.

The fully equipped gourmet kitchen of Villa Bloom Bali serves a range of healthy styles: Vegan, Vegetarian, Raw Food, Ayurvedic and Macrobiotic cooking. Of course also mainstream styles are covered with dishes from the Indonesian, Indian, Italian and Mexican kitchen.

Breakfast is homemade granola and homemade yoghurt, fresh fruits and eggs any style. Your bread will be delivered early in the morning and your freshly grounded hand roasted Kintamani Arabica cappuccino or espresso will make you celebrate the start of a new beautiful day.

A specialty is Villa Bloom’s sunset BBQ. Just imagine yourself hanging out in our dedicated BBQ lounge area in the midst of the garden sipping your drinks while watching the sun kiss the sea, your kids play soccer and Penny turning the catch of the day on the grill.

In the kitchen there is a selection of cookbooks we think are the best when it comes to tasty healthy food. We encourage you to have a look and pick your favourite meal, snack, cake or cookies to be prepared freshly for you.

Guests will be asked to provide grocery money in advance, and the staff will do the shopping and keep the receipts for reference.  To make the most of the kitchen and give staff time to shop, it is a good idea to plan meals with the staff the evening before.

3 Responses

  1. Hi!
    We want to do do Indian and Indonesian street food style to cater for 50 people for lunch on 3rd February 2024.
    Mix of veg, vegan and meat (most the first two).

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