This is the message our kitchen team wants to send you this week. After 2 years of reduced activity, not to say sometimes non-existent, our cooks are today particularly motivated to make you discover the new Dajuma 2022 menu during this period of recovery, certainly still shy but nevertheless very present. This new version of the menu required a lot of thought with particular attention given to new vegetarian and vegan recipes. Everything should be ready in June, for your next visit. You will make our kitchen dream team very happy! From left to right, Wayan, Udi, Rudi (Second Chef), Dedi (First Chef) and Tri.
Located on a cape not far from the world famous surf spot of Medewi, Dajuma is the ideal place to practice all water sports. Which ones? At the top comes surfing, which can be practiced in front of the hotel or a little further on in Medewi, well known for its famous left wave of 500m. Also very popular with our customers, the body board and the stand-up paddle. For those who want to venture further out to sea, go sailing, kayaking or fishing with the local fishermen. For the more daring, kite surfing as shown in the photo. And for scuba diving enthusiasts, we are only 1 hour 20 minutes from Menjangan, one of the most beautiful diving spots in the world. Come see us soon!
Yesterday Claus’s family and their Balinese friends had a great time in our teppanyaki. Our Chef Rudi has concocted a special Japanese menu based on ultra-fresh ingredients. Several menus are offered to our customers for all tastes: vegetarian, teriyaki, seafood or steak, all accompanied by delicious accompaniments including the famous miso soup. A very pleasant moment to spend in our Sinta lounge, with the sound of the waves and a breathtaking panoramic view of the sunset. When are you coming?
For many years, Dajuma has actively supported the Marine Turtle Conservatory located in Perancak, 25 km from us. Many sea turtles lay their eggs on the beaches around Dajuma, but the risk of seeing them stolen or devoured by stray dogs or birds is great. So we encourage villagers and our staff to pick them up and bring them to the conservatory. Last week, many births took place. The children of our customers had the pleasure of bringing the baby turtles to the sea, in complete safety. Well done kids!