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Thai-Style Barramundi Recipe

We are honoured to have our recipe shared by Good Things Magazine – the authority for luxury food & travel. Inspiration for dining, entertaining, travel & culture.

Serves 1


  • 1 thyme sprig, leaves picked
  • ½ a clove garlic, crushed
  • Salt and pepper, to taste
  • ½ a lemon, juice only
  • ½ tbsp olive oil
  • 1 x 180g barramundi fillet
  • ½ tbsp sesame seeds
  • ½ tbsp coriander seeds, coarsely crushed
  • ½ tbsp oil

To serve:

  • Chilli jam
  • Cucumber slices

Mix together the thyme leaves, crushed garlic, salt and pepper, lemon juice and oil and marinate the fish fillet in the mixture for
20 minutes.

Place the sesame seeds and crushed coriander seeds in a shallow dish and use to crust the marinated fish fillet. Heat the oil in a small frying pan set over high heat and briefly sear the fillet until the seeds are a light golden colour.

Transfer to the oven and bake for 10 minutes.

Serve immediately with the chilli jam, cucumber slices and steamed rice or salad.

Recipe courtesy of Bridges Bali

Source: Good Things Magazine

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Executive Chef Miles Belfield

Miles Belfield is regarded as one of the most exciting additions to the Bali culinary scene. Originally from Bahamas and raised in the UK, Miles brings with him many years of experience in top-level gastronomy.

He has worked in several prestigious, Michelin star and award-winning restaurants, broadening his skills alongside the foremost chefs in the business. Anantara, Karma Kandara, bisma eight in Bali, Bordeaux Quay in Bristol, Edilino Italian Restaurant in London and the Quartier Vert in Bristol are just a few of them. He also worked two years in the Caribbean at two five star resorts.

Miles’ approach to cooking is ingredient-driven and sustainability and eco-friendliness rank high on his list of priorities. As for his influences, they are as eclectic and sophisticated as his cooking. “As a young chef learning my trade in London I was very inspired by Marco Pierre White who I still feel is the Godfather of modern cooking In England,” he explains. “As I have matured, I have become more of a purist – I love Elizabeth David, whose cooking style and menu creation are a kind of culinary storytelling.”

Thai-Style Barramundi Recipe
Executive Chef Miles Belfield