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Nusa Dua NovotelNusa Dua, Bali View On Map
The inspiration to this post is my Nusa Dua NovaTel experience, where we took advantage of the all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet. Of course, I brought my own bread and mostly ate fruit and salad (it's a breakfast option there...). I approached a number of people, asking if there were any small packages of jam, so that I didn't have to use the public spoon and jar option, but no one quite understood what I wanted. Of course, I was speaking Indonesian, and that always confuses people, but I also was asking for something a little odd for this area. At least I thought so, until the manager came up and asked me what it was I was looking for, and when I said what I wanted, he replied, "do you need gluten-free?" Dumb me. I should have just asked for that in the first place, considering this is a hotel that caters to expats.
After a bit of a chat, I ordered gluten free muffins for the next morning's breakfast, and look what came to me the next day instead! GF banana pancakes, crepes, and 3 mini muffins. Although it was quite a plate of beige, I felt very catered to, and was quite happy about the whole deal. I would recommend a stay at the NovaTel Nusa Dua, Bali, if you are ever headed that way.
Recommended By: celiacinsea.blogspot.co.uk On: 2012-11-11
Grand Hyatt Bali
Nusa Dua and Jimbaran, Bali View On Map
At 10 minutes notice, the Hyatt made some Gluten free pasta with tomato sauce for our 7 year old( we thought we might have to get the home made bread out).it was delicious.Though we were not staying there, the hotel staff completely understood a gluten free diet and could prepare anything with more notice.I would consider staying here on the next Bali visit.The non gluten free food was outstanding.Lovely beach! Another day, another lunch at the intercontinental.Grilled fish, mash potatoes and fresh vegetables, after being offered rice bread.this time we gave 2 hours notice.Good gluten free food but ,my half chicken was very hard and overcooked.They had a good grasp of gluten free in this garden restaurant, but did offer ketchup, which didn't specify all of its constituents( just said vegetable origin).buy a bottle of Heinz is my advice!
Recommended By: Sam Pat On: 2012-07-15
Padma Resort Bali at Legian
Legian, Bali View On Map
We stayed at the Bali Padma for my 40th birthday. Was greeting on arrival in our room with a birthday cake - a lovely gesture. The hotel gardens are simply stunning - lush gardens, amazing gigantic koi & the pools are fantastic. The breakfast was simply the best - I am gluten intolerant and along with a range of gluten free bread, scones and muffins, the chef would make up fresh GF pancakes upon request and this was more than enough along with their amazing range of fruit. We would have a lazy, late breakfast and then not need to eat until dinner time.
Only problem was our room was right next to Padma Street, so we got a lot of noise from the traffic until late at night and the Wifi reception was terrible. IT guy spent over an hour in our room (lovely guy who tried his best) but we just couldn't get reception most of the time(even tried outside our room) and had to end up sitting in a hot spot in reception or take the laptop out and find Wifi free restaurants. We kept picking up the wifi from the hotel next door instead.
Would def stay again but would prefer a better positioned room - for $257Us a night, thought it was a little steep for what we got.
Recommended By: madhouseofboys On: 2011-05-13
Seminyak, Bali View On Map
We only tried La Lucciola for breakfast and wow. We had the most beautiful fruit platter with vanilla yoghurt (enough for 2 to share) and they serve the best Gluten free toast and jam - very hard to find in Bali. We had yummy granitas - lychee was the best. Would definitely go here again. The setting is amazing.
Recommended By: Leer On: 2011-03-21
Kuta, Bali View On Map
I was staying at Poppies cottages and I emailed ahead to check they were able to do gluten free food. The first night we ate at the restaurant they had a special menu that advised which dishes were gluten free and which were not. Ther service was exceptional and they were so helpful. Although it is a tad expensive for Bali, the food was amazing and the service impeccable. You definitely don't get it that good in Perth for the price! I will definitely go back. And also, make sure you get a pina colada. Although they are expensive (~$10 AUD) they are worth it while you're on holiday.
Recommended By: tania89 On: 2011-02-06