Kemiri (meaning ‘candlenut’ in Indonesian) is a restaurant at COMO Uma Ubud, serving breakfast, dinner and a venue for special occasions. You dine in a beautiful open-air space with alang-alang roofing beside a waterfall-fed pond. At night, candlelight contributes to a unique ambience.
Menus combine local produce with the techniques of classic Indonesian cuisine, with many innovative combinations. The menus—both à la carte and set—also feature our signature healthy COMO Shambhala Cuisine. Here are a few promotions we know they have, and very unique.
Balinese Inspired Cuisine
Every Wednesday and Sunday | from 7pm
Kemiri’s weekly dinner offers a rich selection of Balinese cuisine, priced at IDR 310,000 for two courses or IDR 360,000 for three courses. Paired wine is available from IDR 180,000.
The meal is accompanied by a dance performance (don’t you just love Bali’s endless cultural entertainment?!)
Full Moon Dinner
Every Full Moon Day
Enjoy a special full moon dinner at Kemiri Restaurant for IDR 430,000++/pax
Uma Cookery Class
Learn how to prepare a traditional Indonesian meal, one of COMO’s signature South-East Asian dishes or something from COMO Shambhala’s health-conscious menu only for IDR 750,000/pax
If you feel like you want to stay longer than a day, so you can enjoy more of Kemiri’s delicious cuisine, COMO Uma Ubud immerses you in the culture of Bali while also providing luxury amenities, from food to spa to exquisite accommodation. Nestled among paddy fields and hills, all 46 rooms, suites and villas exude the charm of a traditional Indonesian village. Except the feel is quietly contemporary, from bedrooms to landscaped courtyards to infinity-edged plunge pools. The result is a fresh, original spirit that feels sleek even as it recognises Uma Ubud’s cultural context.
The open, clean and simple heart of our Ubud luxury resort comprises the lobby, 25m pool and bar. This contrasts beautifully with the narrow paths leading to the rooms and suites, which run between tall, lushly-planted walls. Interiors, which were designed by Japanese interior designer Koichiro Ikebuchi, feel like those of a rural hillside home. In each of our 46 light-filled rooms, suites and villas, a private tropical garden separates the bathroom from the principal living space.