The name given to one of the most important buildings in any Balinese community – the Lumbung is the storehouse where the precious rice grains that have been communally harvested are stored sustaining the village from one season to the next.
Rice is central to almost every meal in Indonesia, accompanying a variety of dishes considered to be among the world’s best. Served at family gatherings, holidays and religious festivities. The talented chefs at Lumbung Restaurant have an impressive command of more than 5,000 dishes, presenting enticing selections from across an archipelagic nation of more than 17,500 islands.
Hiding in plain sight, located in the alcove beneath the entrance bridge to the Visesa Desa Ubud-Bali.