Situated on Medana Beach on the northwest coast of Lombok, The Oberoi, Lombok, is directly opposite the Gili Islands and has magical views of Bali’s sacred Gunung Agung Volcano.
It features stunningly designed villas, with either a courtyard garden or pool, and spacious pavilion rooms. Guests can indulge in cuisine at the fabulous restaurants, ranging from traditional Indonesian, Indian and Asian to a more contemporary western style, each focused on exceptional fresh produce and quality.
The award winning Lumbung Restaurant is a magical place for guests to enjoy an exceptional dining experience. The open sided thatched pavilion lets the gentle sea breeze sweep through over the striking pool. The East meets West cuisine is a mix of Indonesian, Indian and western dishes, all embracing the freshest local produce. Seafood is a strong focus on the menu – Pepes Ikan, the fresh catch of the day marinated with aromatics, wrapped and steamed in banana leaves with sautéed baby bok choy and coconut steamed rice. Finish off the meal with a passionfruit soufflé with passionfruit and mango sorbet cooked to order.
The shady terrace café tucked between lush palms overlooking the sea is the perfect place for al fresco dining, breakfast or lunch whilst still enjoying the intimate relaxing atmosphere. The outdoor kitchen brings the dining experience outside with you into the ambient gardens. Start the day with a royal breakfast, sparkling wine, orange juice, truffle oil scented scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, Avruga caviar, grilled asparagus, a selection of fresh baked goods and fruit. The seafood is a specialty for lunch, and with a children’s menu there is something for everyone.
The place for enjoying the magnificent sunset, the ocean and Mt. Agung in neighbouring Bali, while lounging by the pool deck. Sitting in rattan cane chairs, guests can completely relax and take in the surroundings while enjoying a glass of wine or cocktail from the extensive drinks list. Tappas and snacks feature on the menu; Vietnamese spicy rolls, tempura of local seafood, crispy fried chorizo and tiger prawns ‘A La Pancha’ will pair perfectly with leisurely afternoon drinks.
This open-air amphitheatre glows in the flickering light of a hundred candles, as guests are delighted by traditional Indonesian performances. Once a week there are performances by spectacular ‘Sasak’ Balinese dancers and musicians with themed dinners, giving guests a complete experience. With views of the amphitheatre from the Lumbung restaurant, guests can enjoy their meal and the colourful culture of Lombok.