Healthy style luncheons at L’Altitude Restaurant

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Healthy style luncheons at L’Altitude Restaurant

This restaurant at Royal Tulip Saranam is offering a simple yet sophisticated approach to local, regional and western world-class cuisine by using their own in-house grown herbs and spices from our rooftop garden, and locally sourced organic vegetables in a smart casual café environment with spectacular views. They are pleased to introduce their healthy style luncheons to the Baturiti area in a fresh new and organic way. The restaurant’s healthy cuisine will offer a variety of lunch dishes, cold-pressed fresh juices, smoothies, and local Indonesian coffee and specialty teas. All of our cuisine is prepared and cooked with natural flavors such as edible flowers, herbal varieties and exotic spices from all around the islands of Indonesia. Many dishes are gluten-free and low in fats so the true essence of our flavors are pure and natural and are not hidden by the use of commercial salts or refined sugar.

They commit to only use certified organic Bedugul produce and vegetables, using local poultry and meat farming, line caught fish and sustainable shellfish products. They also want to offer their support to the local communities, farmer, businesses, and organisations by ensuring that they are sustainable in the practices and perform proper handling of waste management through recycling.

Jalan Raya Baturiti , Tabanan
+62 368 21038

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