Restaurants in Bali

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This casual but special Western and Asian restaurant is frequented by honeymooning couples and foodies. The three-story venue has river views and... Read More

Cafe Bali, located in Jalan Laksmana in Seminyak, is housed in a whitewashed wooden joglo that is open to the breeze. The lighting and furniture is... Read More

Cuca is a casual tapas restaurant serving wholesome, hearty Western dishes sourced from local ingredients and created by international chefs. The modern... Read More

In the volcanic soil of the foothills of Mount Batukaru, Big Tree Farms produces more than 80 crops on 10 acres of terraces. A former coffee... Read More

Famous for its babi gulung (suckling pig); come early for the crispiest skin. Read More

Order lobster, shrimp, or squid grilled over coconut husks. Read More

The Ku De Ta restaurant in Seminyak attracts global visitors with its international cuisine, modern architecture, and beach location. The restaurant... Read More

The quintessential beachside hot spot, “La Looch’s” thatch-roofed, bi-level restaurant opens onto a sweeping palm-studded lawn and the... Read More

This contemporary European restaurant has received much international acclaim and is extremely popular. Bookings fill up weeks in advance during peak... Read More

The fishing villages around Jimbaran Bay are famous for their seafood. As the sun sets and the tide goes out, local restaurants set up plastic tables... Read More

One of Scottish chef Will Meyrick's chain of restaurants in Asia, Mama San is set in the heart of Seminyak's shopping and dining hub. Book ahead to... Read More

This high-end Indonesian is housed in an eco-friendly, carefully crafted space. Focusing on Indonesian fare, which is rare in Bali (the island is known... Read More

Inspired in part by Australian holidaymakers, this restaurant bears more than a passing resemblance to the cozy coffee shops and brunch spots Down Under... Read More

Bali's most ambitious restaurant, serving creative riffs on traditional dishes. Read More

Humble canteen with the best nasi ayam (chicken rice) in town. Read More

Naughty Nuri's is a roadside warung flipping barbecue meats and Indonesian favorites. Well-established with locals and tourists, this late-night dining... Read More

World-famous roadhouse bar and barbecue joint with terrible food and excellent martinis. Read More

Originally founded in Kuta Square in 1995, this full-service restaurant reopened in 2006 in a more spacious and secure location on the second floor... Read More

Located on the quieter end of Subak Sok Wayah—the famous pathway that leads from Ubud town center into the heart of the unspoiled rice terrace fields... Read More

Sarong is one of the most popular restaurants in Seminyak, so make sure to book in advance. Run by Scottish chef and restaurateur Will Meyrick the menu... Read More

True to its name, this restaurant has been staked out by such a regular crowd of well-dressed European expats that it practically serves as their... Read More

The Alila’s Indonesian restaurant serves authentic dishes such as grilled red snapper scented with lime, shallots, and lemongrass. Read More

A few minutes walk from Monkey Forest, this restaurant is situated on Ubud's main road. After stepping over the threshold and away from the busy streets... Read More

Though it’s relatively new, few places in Bali conjure up the great trading days of the Dutch colonial period like the Tugu Hotel in Canggu. The... Read More

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