In the Balinese dialect, the term ‘Tetaring’ refers to a temporary roof structure made from bamboo and woven palm fronds erected within the home of temple compound during the lead up to an important ceremony. The local community gathers under the tetaring as a form of shade to prepare the numerous offerings that will be required for the ritual.
The design of Tetaring Restaurant borrows from the social connotations its Balinese definition to provide a stunning contemporary styled dining environment with plenty of visual appeals. Combining indigenous material such as glass and bamboo, the restaurant has traditional intent with a modern twist.
Appetites are satisfied at Tetaring for lunch and dinner with an exceptional menu of authentic Indonesian cuisine. There a number of signature dishes to choose from including Balinese Chicken Salad that comes tossed in a refreshing lemongrass sauce. Another favorite is Oxtail Soup, a traditional Indonesian black beef soup served with crackers and condiments.
Open for all-day dining, afternoon tea, and cocktails, Tetaring Restaurant at Kayumanis is set to add a touch of spice to the dining options that already exist within the exclusive Nusa Dua enclave. Reservations for dinner are recommended.