Before our travels to southeast Asia, we were well prepared for a hot and humid climate via word of mouth. But very little was mentioned about the food: The food throughout Bali was amazing! The healthy options, the endless supply of fruit and multi-flavored dishes kept our mouths salivating for every upcoming meal.
It seemed every location, every meal, individual cooks were outperforming each other when it came to dish flavors. On one free Sunday morning, we were happily surprised to find ourselves at The Mulia Bali Resort for their famous Sunday Brunch at Soleil, where our eyes and taste buds were in for the most ambrosial treats over our month-long endeavor.
Hours for the Soleil Sunday brunch at The Mulia: 11 am – 3 pm (1100-1500) – Get there early or make a reservation. We highly recommend making a reservation in advance because seats are limited!
Make your Sunday Brunch reservation here: Mulia Dining
Dress code: Smart casual (although located next to the main beach-side pool, no singlet for men, wet clothes and bathrobe are not allowed).
How much is the Sunday brunch at Soleil?
There are a few brunch packages to choose from:
1) SUNDAY BRUNCH WITH SPARKLING WINE: 1,059,000 IDR (approximately $75USD per person)
Inclusive of free flow selected house pouring white wine, red wine, and sparkling wine, beer, selected cocktail, selected mocktail, soft drink, juices, ice tea, ice water, coffee, and tea.
2) SUNDAY BRUNCH WITH ALCOHOL: 959,000 IDR (approximately $68USD per person)
Inclusive of free flow selected house pouring white and red wine, beer, selected cocktail, selected mocktail, soft drink, juices, ice tea, ice water, coffee, and tea.
3) SUNDAY BRUNCH WITH NON-ALCOHOL: 619,000 IDR (approximately $44USD per person)
Inclusive of free flow selected mocktail, soft drink, juices, ice tea, ice water, coffee, and tea.
4) SUNDAY BRUNCH CHILD PACKAGE: 349,000 IDR (approximately $25USD per person)
*Prices vary – be sure to double check with this – conversion calculator as currencies fluctuate.
Cuisine you’ll find at the Sunday Brunch buffet at Soleil:
Mediterranean, Pan-Asian; Vietnamese and Indonesian
Pan-Asian appetizer & dessert buffet
Live grill with premium cuts and seafood
A la carte menu
Daily chef’s specials
The Soleil Sunday Brunch at The Mulia was not only beautiful to look at, but it also left us in a comatose state after devouring their famous dishes, especially their opulent seafood tower! The buffet is a ‘foodies dream’ but has a variety of dishes anyone, and any food preference (vegetarian/vegan) can find themselves self-indulging. Although there are a few other favored Sunday brunches around Bali, nothing comes close to the fresh Sunday Buffet at The Mulia. The service is impeccable and the food divine!