Culinary Masterpieces in Bali

Our Rating

Take one step into the jungle oasis of Viceroy Bali & you’ll feel as if you’ve stepped into an extremely lush paradise.

It was 9 am. After taking some time to soak in the views on our private balcony, we made our way to Cascades restaurant.


After sitting down at the open air restaurant and admiring the blissful views, I didn’t know it yet, but I was about to have the most amazing breakfast I’ve ever had in Bali.


Just in time for Valentine’s day, I opted for a traditional American breakfast (I was feeling nostalgic) and the beau had traditional Indonesian. One of the things I noticed about this restaurant time & time again is the impeccable plating of every dish. I had to freeze and take a picture of each dish as it was brought out!


For couples, honeymooners or even solo travelers, Viceroy Bali will not disappoint. If you can’t fit a stay into your schedule, you must at least grab a bite to eat at Cascades. I promise you, you’ll savor every single bite.


This experience was sponsored by the Viceroy Bali.

The Breakdown

Zim Ugochukwu

Zim Ugochukwu

Zim is an avid photographer, visual storyteller, classically trained pianist, junk foodie, vegetarian, and occasional building climber. She is the founder & CEO of Travel Noire.


  • Reply March 27, 2015

    Tajirul Haque

    I have never been to Bali, but heard a lot about its beauty… this post and specially the images give me a better understanding of the experience one should expect while in Bali….

  • Reply October 14, 2016

    Roquita Coleman-Williams

    My husband and me went to Bali for our honeymoon in 2014. We spent 2 weeks there; half the time spent at the beach in Jimbaran at the Jamahal Bali Resort. We enjoyed a villa with a private pool and butler service in a secluded village walking distance from the beach. The other half of the trip was spent at another private villa in the jungles of Ubud. Here we also had a private infinity pool and amazing views of Bali rice terraces. I have traveled to 4 continents nearly 30 countries and several hundred cities. Bali is the one place I would return to above all others.

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