A visit to the island’s exciting new hotel school in November was a revelation
By Petty Elliottread more
A personal view on Indonesia’s favourite foods.
Pre-launch on June 22nd 2016 – Jakarta’s Birthdayread more
The 2016 Ubud Food Festival was a triumph – three days and nights of food, drink and all things culinary. The “Go local” theme celebrated excellence in Indonesian cuisine, local culture and the eclectic Bali food scene,read more
3 days of Simmer, Sip, Savour and Share at Ubud Food Festival from 27 to 29 May 2016. Hope to see you there!!!May 10 2016 · Articles
6 weeks and counting! Ubud Food Festival LINE-UP,
PROGRAM and TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE
Ubud, INDONESIA –
Bringing together the archipelago’s most celebrated culinary icons, leading restaurateurs from Bali’s ever-modernising food scene and world class international chefs to experience the very best in Indonesian tastes, plates and creative cuisine, the Ubud Food Festival (UFF) has today released its full line-up, program and tickets for 2016.read more
I feel proud to play a role in the World Gourmet Summit 20th year celebration this year and fortunate to join the world’s top chefs. Am looking forward to this and appreciate the opportunity. Maybe see you there in Singapore,12 to 17 April 2016. More information on the World Gourmet Summit 2016 events is available at www.worldgourmetsummit.comread more
20 February 2016
The Warung presents A Taste of Sulawesi by Chef Petty Elliott
For both the cravers and the creators of authentic Indonesian cuisine, The Warung restaurant in Bali is a must-visit destination on the island’s dining and social scene. A destination where foodies can sate their culinary lusts, and a playground for acclaimed chefs to share their knowledge of Indonesia’s best culinary traditions.read more
Our Executive Chef. Daniel Patterson and Chef Petty Elliott present their exceptional culinary expertise at Art Cafe by Raffles. Enjoy a la minute prepared dishes featuring local and international Festive favorites: Chicken live parfait with jelly, oyster dabu dabu Manado style, klapertaart, sous vide turkey & stuffing, and many more delicacies.read more
They say that food is the language of love. Well, it is true. Many of us remember the healthy and delicious dishes that our mothers put on the table to nourish the whole family. And many of us, in latter years, cook similarly wholesome dishes for the people we love.read more
Printed on Now Jakarta March edition 2015
Petty Elliott has all of the answers.
Tranquility and a slow pac e of life are the keys to Ubud’s charms. A glimpse into villag e life, endless vista s of fertile green rice fields, abundant art galleries, dance performances, festive temple processions, art festivals and yoga keep visitors coming back.
But Ubud is also a good place to visit if you’re looking for an exceptional choice of local and modern dining options. Nowadays, there are many good restaurants and warung (local eateries), each with their own bold personality. I hope that this list will get you started during your next trip to Ubud, the arts and cultural centre of Bali. Here is my guide to Ubud’s independent restaurants (those outside of resorts and hotels) – 10 memorable places to eat and drink.read more