The Bali Brasserie's menu brings the best of Indonesian and Malaysian cuisine to its restaurant in Hove. The Malay and Indonesian dishes combine aromatic ingredients such as lime leaves and lemon grass with coconut milk and other subtle spices.
You don't have to jet off to tropical climes to experience the magic of the Far Eastern Cuisine. Instead, you can book at table at the Bali Brasserie on the Hove seafront, close to the Brighton Centre, by phoning 01273 323810.Malaysian Cuisine
The Malay culture and cuisine is influenced by both China and India. Traditional Malaysian recipes reflect this with dishes including sweet and sour and oyster sauces, whilst the Indian-derived dishes offer the spicy contrast of various curries.Indonesian Cuisine
Indonesian food offers an invigorating contrast of flavours, with many regional variations from island to island. The Bali Brasserie house speciality - Rijsttafel (The Rice Table), is based on the Indonesian tradition of eating rice with a wide variety of dishes. These range from the delicately flavoured to spicy.