Sweet&Sawah by Begawan (Coming in 2023)

The restaurant, Sweet&Sawah, by Begawan stands as a symbol of sustainability and cultural preservation in Indonesia. With a strong commitment to regenerative farming practices and a focus on farm-to-table dining, the restaurant will offer an immersive culinary experience that not only delights the palate but also educates and inspires patrons to embrace eco-friendly practices. Begawan’s mission to donate profits to support education and sustainable development further exemplifies the restaurant’s dedication to making a positive impact on society and the environment.

As guests savour the authentic flavours of Balinese, Indonesian, and dishes around the region, they will also bear witness to the harmonious co-existence of nature and gastronomy. With the use of recycled Ulin, bamboo materials and recycled teak, every aspect of Sweet&Sawah reflects a deep respect for the environment. Its incorporation of sustainable features, including solar panels, wastewater gardens and aquaculture, showcases a sincere commitment to minimising its ecological footprint, setting a shining example for the hospitality industry.

The much-anticipated launch of Sweet&Sawah with its adjacent vegetable farm, rice fields growing traditional Bali Mansur rice and cooking school promises to extend the restaurant’s influence by imparting knowledge and skills to individuals eager to learn about traditional farming and culinary practices. As the restaurant continues to thrive, it will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact on the community, encouraging more sustainable initiatives and fostering a deeper appreciation for Indonesia’s cultural heritage and natural resources. By embracing the principles of regenerative farming and environmental harmony, Sweet&Sawah by Begawan is poised to become a guiding light for sustainable development in the culinary world.

Begawan Farm and Cooking School

Begawan Farm School provides our students with the knowledge and experience of the rice cycle and organic farming procedures in practical activities. The students participate in tasks that must be undertaken to grow agricultural produce, led by our local farmers. Our goal is a better appreciation of their own food first and foremost, and an awareness of where their food comes from. The rice cycle, the farming of seasonal fruits and vegetables – active participation is the key to understanding. Connected to the Farm School, our Cooking School provides students with the experience of cooking these ingredients and spices to create dishes that they can share and later cook for their families in their own compounds. This not only teaches them cooking as a life skill but also ensures they learn more about nutrition and health and develop their awareness of their own food-related cultural heritage, providing a holistic farm-to-table learning experience.


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