Arumdalu started to open it’s first fleet on Belitung island as "The First and The Only Eco Luxury Private Resort" in Belitung on 2014. With the concept of development through local wisdom, it has developed a new trend in food, tourism, and culture in Indonesia. This year, precisely on May 5th they turned into 2 and this month, we are going to share the secret behind Arumdalu "Chef Recommendation" cuisine for those who still new with Arumdalu.
Speaking about food, no doubt that they are the best in town and even though they are located in "hidden paradise" of Belitung, you will find many reason that will take you back to Arumdalu. So, here's the top 3 "Chef Recommendation" that you'll have to try:
1. Bird In A Cage
Bird in a cage is a very special in the heart of Arumdalu as this was the first big hit that makes Arumdalu restaurant to be well known in Belitung. Bird in a cage is flavored using 10 types of Indonesian spices.
For every detail means a lot, almost everything you saw do have a deep philosophy. The cage represents the explosion of taste that is contained within the fried chicken/ duck. It also to show that the bird is seems to be alive and fresh. The pine decoration on top of the cage is done to represent the uniqueness of Arumdalu beach, filled with pine trees.
This is how they create their own signature cuisine, using the locally source and organic ingredients also presents it in the way like no other. Now you have a reason to visit them :)
Mango Zori-ebi is made using two of the best of Membalong fresh authentic ingredients: The Slipper Zori-ebi prawn and Seliu Mango (when in season). It is presented in a special seashore plate which make it seems to lie naturally in Arumdalu beach, and to represent the ingredients are locally and freshly caught.
Inspired by the romantic story of Rama and Shinta, Arumdalu creates a new artisanal menu with the richness of 14 Indonesian spices and the wisdom of the Indonesian craftsmanship. This authentic satay have 2 completely different flavor yet they blend as one to complete each other, as Rama and Shinta do.
"Another fun fact of this menu is that the Rama and Shinta was made by the Indonesian Kris maker and you can feel the uniqueness just by touching it."