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Dining at an exclusive Kitchen Table at Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort

For an exclusive culinary experience, nothing beats dining at the Chef’s Table. During my weekend getaway at Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort, I had the honour of being one of the guests at the first Kitchen Table hosted by Rossano Renzelli, Executive Chef of Sheraton Bali Kuta. This is a rare treat for me because I have never attended a Chef’s Table, much less the company of  an Executive Chef. It’s going to be such a memorable experience for me, and my taste buds. Executive Chef Rossano Renzelli welcomed us into his kitchen with a flute of champagne. We were given a guided tour around the kitchen by the Executive Chef to see how the kitchen is being run behind the scenes during a busy dinner night. I saw chefs preparing meals for restaurant orders and we hear chefs shouting in the kitchen as though we were in Hell’s Kitchen. Of course, a very.
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Market Brunch at Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort

For many, Brunch is the only reason to wake up earlier on a lazy Sunday. I love sleeping in on Sundays, waking up just before noon for Brunch. This weekend, I had a short getaway in Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort and am quite excited about the newly launched Market Brunch offered by the resort every Sunday. The first thing I noticed about the Market Brunch, is how child-friendly it is. Most restaurants say that they are child-friendly and what they do is just offer elevated seats for kids to sit comfortably at the table. At the Market Brunch, Sheraton had custom made dining tables and chairs specially for kids so that they can dine with other kids and have fun while parents get to mingle with one another. There are also playmats and dedicated restaurant staff with an assortment of toys and coloring materials to keep the kids entertained. Now.
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My perfect weekend getaway at Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort

After returning from a 2-week fantastic backpacking trip in China, I wasn’t really ready to get back to work just yet. It so happens that when I was in China, I received an invitation to join a team of bloggers on a weekend stay in Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort through Facebook. As Facebook is banned in China, I responded very much later when I got back to Singapore. Fortunately, there was still a free slot for me so off I went! I flew to Bali on a Singapore Airlines flight which took around 2.5 hours to reach Bali. Just enough to catch one of the latest movie release on the in-flight entertainment system. Singapore Airlines offers 4 flights daily from Singapore to Bali and back. After flying on a variety of flights on various airlines from budget to business this year, I must say that Singapore Airlines is probably the only.
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