Embark on a Michelin Star Culinary Journey at Banyan Tree Ungasan

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From 16- 18 February 2017, the award-winning Ju-Ma-Na Restaurant presents an exclusive Spanish culinary experience with Michelin Star Chef Diego Campos featuring a five-course set menu dinner, a tapas menu and a private cooking class with Chef Diego.

Chef Diego

Spanish-born Chef Diego Campos, who has gained culinary experiences from across the Europe, is the owner of Rincon de Diego restaurant in Cambrils, awarded a Michelin Star since 2005. Chef Diego Campos’s courses will showcase modern Spanish cuisine with traditional influences. The five-course dinner features an appetizer of pears in cava and red wine. The second course will highlight fresh local Bamboo lobster with Spanish cold tomato soup, followed by a third course of Seabass with plankton pil pil sauce and ocean air. The fourth course is slow cooked veal with pumpkin puree and vegetable tissues. And finishing off with a dessert mousse of Catalan cream with vanilla ice cream.

Dishes

The set dinner is available from 18.30 – 22.30 and priced at USD 120++ per person, while tapas menu is priced at USD 55++ per person. Meanwhile private afternoon cooking classes is priced at USD 95++ per person.

Painted in an air of sultry Moroccan charm, the Ju-Ma-Na is the perfect vantage point for admiring the glorious Indian Ocean and ideal spot for an evening of relaxation after a bustling day with some of Ju-Ma-Na’s cosmopolitan cocktails, aperitifs, shisha and Arabian-influenced snacks and drinks.

For reservations please contact Banyan Tree Ungasan at +62 361 300 7000, email ungasan@banyantree.com or visit www.banyantree.com/en/ap-indonesia-ungasan-bali

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