Served in the main dining room, which opens out onto the central part of the hotel, the choices for breakfast are varied and plentiful. Both sweet and savoury options are available, including numerous pastries, various types of bread, dairy products, different kind of honey, etc. When it comes to savoury options, the Banyan Tree really surpasses itself, with hot dishes like tuna, grilled chicken on a bed of braised vegetables, bacon, beef and pork sausages, etc. There is even an Indonesian section offering a number of traditional local dishes, such as fish curry and mie goreng. As for the cold dishes, these include: sushi and sashimi, as well as smoked salmon, various cheeses, etc. A real feast! Sparkling wine is also available (Tunjung, a local brand), to give the illusion of champagne. The most impressive restaurant at the Banyan is Ju Ma Na. Perched on a cliff beside the Indian Ocean (the view from here is superb and can also be enjoyed from the terrace with a glass of wine in hand, served at the cocktail bar), this contemporary-style restaurant is as spacious (wonderfully high ceilings, lots of room between the tables) as it is bright (thanks to the huge bay windows and the omnipresent white in the decor). The menu is composed of fine contemporary cuisine made from fresh, seasonal products. For those who prefer healthy cooking, the Tamarind offers a selection of ŕ la carte vegetarian options. This restaurant is located beside the spa and a beautiful overflow pool with a view of... the nearby hilltops where construction work is underway in the background. So, admittedly, nothing to get excited about it. As for the Bambu restaurant, it proposes Asian specialities, combining Thai, Vietnamese and Balinese inspirations. Finally, it is also possible to dine in your villa.