PPSC Unsung Heroes: Kitchen Staff

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While Covid restrictions still severely limit our ability to offer Bali's best surf lessons and guiding, the focus of our blog continues to shine a light on our hard-working staff.

This post is dedicated to the ladies in our kitchen who ensure we're all ready to surf multiple times per day and fuelled with Bali's finest food.

From pancakes to poké bowls, our full-timers Bu Yani and Maria are ably assisted by Bu Nyoman who splits her time between housekeeping and kitchen duties.

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Maria

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Maria is our specialist baker and responsible for some of the finest cakes on the Bukit peninsular which we get to enjoy each and every afternoon.

Having joined us in July 2019, she loves the working environment here at camp and the friends she's made. You can tell Maria enjoys making and serving food for the guests here as she always has a smile on her face!

Maria is a big fan of South Korean actor, singer, and model Lee Min-ho and if she could cook a meal for anybody in the world, she'd make the lucky guy her special chocolate mousse cake.

Bu Yani

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PPSC veteran Bu Yani started working in the PPSC kitchen almost four years ago.

Her favourite food to eat is sautéd kate but loves to cook chicken braised in coconut milk for everybody at the camp.

As well as her culinary prowess in the savoury department, Bu Yani is famous for her legendary doughnuts which are a weekly treat that everybody looks forward to.

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Freshly cooked from scratch using Bali's finest produce — from the market or the sea to your plate each morning and afternoon — every stay at PPSC includes daily breakfast and lunch so if you want to taste for yourself, start planning your next trip now!