Restaurant & museum
More than a restaurant
From our restaurant with a large panoramic terrace you enjoy a breathtaking view of the Baliem Valley and the mountains of Mt. Trikora.
We serve typical Indonesian dishes where the ingredients make the difference. Most of the ingredients come from the organic small farms around the resort. The Baliem Valley is a very fertile area. Just about everything grows here, from the famous sweet potatoes – the staple food of the highland tribes – to ginger and tomatoes, carrots, peanuts, chili, eggplant, cassava, tangerines, pineapples, even strawberries, and so much more….
The daily changing meals reflect the seasonal availability. Vegetables and fruits have never tasted better.
Moreover, the restaurant is decorated with countless art objects from the Papuan tribes. This art collection is the result of 40 years of expeditions in New Guinea. Most of the pieces come from the Asmat territory – a region that is world famous for its carving art. But also many objects of the Dani and Lani tribes from the local highlands can be admired.