Sabtu, 05 Juli 2014

10 Recommended Restaurant in Bali

Bali restaurants come in various forms and offering a variety of cuisine options offering you an epicurean journey while on holiday in Bali. The island is an international gathering place offering a wide range of cuisine to suit every palate, and price range to suit every budget. There are several 'eat streets' lined with dining spots, from the typical warung serving traditional and local fare to fine establishments presenting fusion and international menus.

Here is our continually updated Bali restaurants compilation. Bali has an exciting culinary scene and one that is consistently changing. While on the island, explore the different venues and their variety of tastes and settings. There will always be a different selection to try out around the corner or on your next visit!


Babi Guling Chandra

Babi Guling Chandra
Visiting Bali wouldn’t be complete without tasting its famous dish, suckling pig, and the most popular place to enjoy it in Denpasar is Babi Guling Chandra. At first glance the restaurant appears modest and quite homely, but the fast service and excellent food make up for it. The menu is dominated by pork cooked in different styles, though chicken and duck are also available. One portion of babi guling contains a plate of rice, satay, pieces of fried offal and skin, slices of pork meat, vegetables and a bowl of pork leg soup. The dishes are very rich in spices and flavours and are guaranteed to satisfy your cravings every now and then!
Location: Jalan Teuku Umar 140
Price Range: Budget 

Bali Bakery

Bali Bakery has run a ‘bakery-and-café’ concept since 1994. With a branch in Kuta, Bali Bakery is also available in Denpasar. From western breads to doughnuts, the textures are wonderful. The patisserie products will please your taste buds and the toothsome confectionary section has an excellent choice of desserts. Bali Bakery’s services cover breakfast, lunch, dinner, functions, cocktail parties, inside catering, and also free WiFi access on the spot.
Opening Hours: 07:30 – 22:30
Location: Jalan Hayam Wuruk no. 181
Price Range: Affordable 


1. Made’s Warung

Made’s Warung is a renowned restaurant in Kuta, and is one of the long-running establishments that have witnessed Kuta’s rise to fame as a premier tourism destination. Owners Peter and Made opened their humble ‘warung’ (local street-side stall) in 1969 and since then it developed into the sociable eating and meeting venue for locals, expats and visitors from around the globe. It has grown from traditional roadside roots into the cosmopolitan restaurant it is now, serving a wide variety of food including Indonesian, Japanese and Western dishes. Their other branch in Seminyak – opened later in 1996, featuring a similar menu but boasting a larger and more comfortable space. The menu features speciality delights such as Bali’s famous babi guling roast pig and betutu chicken.
Opening Hours: 10:00 to 24:00
Location: Banjar Pande Mas, Jalan Pantai Kuta, Kuta
Tel: +62 (0)361 755 297 

2.Sushi Tei

If you’re feeling peckish for some Japanese cuisine – sushi in particular – head down to Sushi Tei on Kuta’s Sunset Road. Part of the large Singapore-based international franchise, the restaurant presents a wide range of Japanese cuisine from sashimi to teppanyaki. Inside the large restaurant are choices of 8 VIP rooms for dining, meetings and private gatherings, a hall with 150 seats, and a garden setting with 50 seats. The menu also features a wide selection for those not in the mood for seafood. The atmosphere is enjoyable and live performances augment the dining experience with jazzy and easy listening tunes. The sushi is served on a rotating belt, but the best experience is going through and selecting from the menu. The spot does get a little busy during dinner time, but is indeed a great place to briefly escape the traffic scene of Sunset Road and for a wholesome Japanese meal before heading down to the airport.
Opening Hours: 11:00 - 23:00
Location: Jalan Sunset Road 99, Kuta
Tel: +62 (0)361 780 774 4 

3. Hard Rock Cafe
Hard Rock Cafe Bali is a prominent dining and entertainment venue as well as a favourite nightlife hotspot established in 1993 and located at the front of the Hard Rock Hotel Bali. Just across the Jalan Pantai Kuta road from the sands of Kuta Beach, the cafe serves American dishes off its rock n’ roll inspired menu and a wide selection of beverages and desserts.

The Cafe’s specialties include tasty appetizers, such as its Jumbo Combo for a sampling of Hard Rock Cafe’s ‘greatest hits’ that is big enough to share. The Jumbo Combo includes Santa Fe spring rolls, hickory-smoked chicken wings, onion rings, potato skins and Tupelo chicken tenders; served with four different sauces.

Entree choices feature fine, eco-friendly ingredients and the meats are USDA standard. Choose from the famous fajitas to New York strip steak or grilled wild salmon. Hard Rock Cafe is best known for its legendary burgers that come with seasoned fries and optional freshly hand-breaded or caramelized onion rings or braised mushrooms.


Seminyak is packed with among Bali’s greatest and most well-established restaurants, and several of its roads have been recognized as must-visit dining destinations. Expat residents and regular visitors even consider the area as a food-lover’s haven, as rich flavours from around the globe, prepared by highly skilled chefs – some who are notable figures in the international culinary scene – can be found here. From Italian, Spanish, Japanese and Thai, to Mexican and innovative Indonesian fusion, the choices are sure to offer a feast.

1. Mejekawi @Ku De Ta

Ku De Ta Bali’s own premier dining venue offers a fine dining option that overlooks its gorgeous beachfront, complementing its nightlife scene below. Mejekawi features the joint forces of three top chefs, Phillip Davenport, Ben Cross and Will Goldfarb, who present an innovative ‘kitchen and laboratory concept’ as a result. Opened mid-2013, its name is a play on the local words meja and kawi - ‘table’ and ‘high’ respectively, and occupies the top floor of Ku De Ta’s south-eastern wing, serving set course degustation menus with items prepared through high-technology methods. Don’t be surprised when your seven-course dinner seemingly turns out to be 11, as the light-hearted Chef Ben Cross always has some kind of special treat cooking up in the open kitchen.
Opening Hours: 18:00 – 23:00
Location: Jalan Kayu Aya No. 9, Seminyak
Tel: +62 (0)361 736 969 

2. Mama San

The mouth-watering menu is a delightful stroll through the great cuisines of the Asian region. Founder and Chef Will Meyrick gained much of his travel experiences trying out the different street foods and exotic dishes throughout various regions and imbued his menu with them. You will find a bit of Burmese, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, Indian and local Indonesian hints. Enjoy the flavours of Vietnam through grilled minced pork belly wrapped in betel leaves with the sweet, sour, salty and spicy sauce of nouc cham; or sample a Thai delight with grilled Thai beef salad with cherry tomatoes, mint, Thai basils and a hot and sour dressing. Chow mein noodle with duck tofu, bean sprouts, bok choy Chinese cabbage, chilli and red capsicum is a great Oriental treat, while crispy confit pork hock with nahm jim sauce and Thai chilli and fish sauce of ‘prik nam pla’ is highly recommended.

Opening Hours: 11:00 - 23:00
Location: Jalan Raya Kerobokan No.135, Kerobokan, Seminyak
Tel: +62(0)361 730 436 

3.Mozaic Beach Club

Mozaic Beach Club extends the quality-dining scene of Ubud’s Mozaic Restaurant Gastronomique to the southern shores of Bali, with a twist. The beach club opened in mid-2012, bringing the brand closer to aficionados on Jalan Pantai Batu Belig, the serene and gorgeous coast west of Seminyak. As the only beach club on this black-sand beach, Mozaic Beach Club offers two different dining scenes. A poolside bar and lounge with a seaside sundeck offers a laidback alternative to the sophisticated private dining restaurant north of the blue tiled pool.

4. Sardine Restaurant
Sardine Restaurant Bali’s menu is a regularly changing one, with main ingredients sourced from the freshest morning catch in the fishing village of Jimbaran on the island’s southwest coast. The menu’s creations as referred to as 'cuisine de soleil'. By and large, as its name suggests, the menu at Sardine Restaurant is seafood-dominant. From pan-seared scallops to grilled lobster or octopus, seafood-lovers will relish in it. What would you go to Sardine for if not for the sardines? One of the chef’s sardine specials comes char-grilled with red ginger rice, baby Chinese cabbage and Japanese ponzu sauce, at IDR 120,000 per serving.


1.CasCades Restaurant
CasCades at Viceroy Ubud
CasCades Restaurant at Viceroy Bali has a well-deserved reputation for being one of Bali’s most romantic restaurants, set amid luxurious Balinese open pavilions topped with high-thatched roofs and views over a lush tropical valley.
It even boasts its own helipad, frequently used by adventurous guests given to extravagant gestures. The menu is based on French cuisine, with inventive Asian twists derived from Balinese, Thai and Japanese cooking. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, with a special menu for high tea.
CasCades features a monthly highlight of a full-moon Dinner & Dance, a two-hour performance that begins at 19:00. A dramatic Balinese dance performed by a celebrated local dance troupe entertains diners; performances are offered over a sampling of Balinese Rijsttafel or selections from the á la carte menu.

Opening Hours: 07:00 - 22:00
Location: Viceroy Bali, Jalan Lanyahan, Banjar Nagi, Ubud
Tel: +62 (0)361 972 111
Cuisine: French, Asian, Fusion
Price Range: Pricey 

You must try too :

Australian chef Will Meyrick’s Sarong (Jln. Petitenget 19x, Kerobokan; +62 361 4737 809; pairs Asian street-food inspired dishes with lavish surrounds, showing that top dining in Bali isn’t always about sea views since there aren’t any here. Start with a cocktail in the open-air bar, which flows into the more formal dining area.

Keen on something more casual? Meyrick’s Mamasan (Jln. Raya Kerobokan 135, Br. Taman; +62 361 730 436; is a bistro-style setting in a converted warehouse, again serving top-notch Asian dishes but at slightly lower prices.

The Warung
If you’re looking for authentic Balinese food in an upscale setting, there’s nowhere else like The Warung at Alila Villas Uluwatu (Jln. Belimbing Sari, Banjar Tambiyak, Pecatu, +62 361 848 2166;, which delivers simple classics such as ayam betutu (whole roast baby chicken in banana leaf) atop a cliff with soaring views across the Indian Ocean. Note the batik stamps worked into the polished surrounds.

It faces stiff competition from new Seminyak bar rivals these days but beachside KuDeTa (Jln. Kayu Aya No. 9, Seminyak; +62 361 736 969) remains a Bali institution and a must-stop spot for sunset drinks at least once during a visit to Bali. The cocktails are taken seriously here, with classics given a hipster twist—think Earl Grey martini or raspberry and cucumber and elderflower Collins—but don’t overlook the award-winning kitchen, either. The slow-roasted lamb shoulder, served with potato and rosemary galette, garlic greens and tomato relish, is a must-try.

Mak Beng
Decades-old Mak Beng (just off the beach on Jln. Hang Tuah, Sanur) is a hugely popular lunch spot in Sanur, where you’ll elbow locals out of the way for a dish of steaming fish soup and fried fish served with a fiery sambal

Ibu Oka
Equally popular among locals but also a huge hit with tourists is Ibu Oka (Jln. Suweta, Ubud), famed for its owner’s take on Bali’s most celebrated dish, babi guling, or spit-roasted suckling pig. The crowds go through five or six delectably spiced pigs for lunch per day; pair one with a Teh Botol, Indonesia's popular sweetened jasmine tea, for a typical Balinese fast food meal with class.

The beachfront seafood stalls at Jimbaran Bay
It’s a rite of passage for anyone who makes it to Bali: a visit to the beachfront seafood stalls at Jimbaran Bay. Diners select their fresh seafood, including crabs, lobsters, prawns and squid, all grilled to perfection and served at casual tables on the beach. Though most stalls are reliable, one local favorite is Menega Café (Jln. Four Seasons Hotel, Muaya Beach, Nusa Dua; +62 361 705 888). 

Naughty Nuri’s
You’re always guaranteed a raucous night of fun at the picnic tables of Naughty Nuri’s (Jln. Raya Sanggingan, Ubud; +62 361 977 547; An eclectic range of Western and Asian dishes make up the menu, but most come for the barbecued pork ribs and the cocktails. Anthony Bourdain stopped by on his way through Bali and proclaimed the martinis to be excellent. Thursday evenings are sashimi night, which attracts a friendly local crowd

Laka Leke Restaurant

Laka Leke Restaurant
Laka Leke is the sister restaurant of Café Wayan and Bakery on Jalan Monkey Forest in Ubud. The name means 'hideaway' in Balinese, and suits the venue well as it is located in the somewhat 'hidden' area of Ubud in Nyuh Kuning. Open settings with pavilions spread out among tropical gardens, paddies and fishponds combine with fine menu selections to deliver such hidden-away dining experience. Live cultural dance performances and entertainment are featured regularly, adding to the experience.
Address: Jalan Nyuh Kuning, Ubud
Tel: +62 (0)361 977 565
Cuisine: Balinese 

Bebek Tepi Sawah

Bebek Tepi Sawah, or Tepi Sawah Restaurant is part of the food and beverage outlets of the Tepi Sawah Villas in Ubud. The restaurant offers a wide selction of cuisine, from contemporary Western to innovative Indonesian and Balinese specialties. The restaurant setting features a relaxing ambiance that takes on a rural traditional Balinese scene. Patrons to Bebek Tepi Sawah are invited to dining spots in the corner of a rice field, offering lush views over the paddies and coconut trees. The popular crispy deep fried duck is sought after here, as well as the pork ribs and mixed seafood selections that come served with Balinese sauces. Bebek Tepi Sawah is open for lunch and dinner. Free shuttle services around Ubud's main area is also available.
Opening Hours: 10:00 - 22:00
Address: Jalan Raya Goa Gajah, Banjar Teges, Peliatan, Ubud
Tel: +62 (0)361 975 656
Cuisine: Indonesian, Balinese
Price Range: Affordable 

Bebek Bengil

Bebek Bengil, ‘dirty duck’ in Indonesian hence the restaurant’s moniker, the Dirty Duck Diner, boasts a specialty menu offering Bali’s ‘original crispy duck since 1990’, as well as duck satays and smoked duck (which has to be ordered a day in advance) together with a host of other international and Indonesian selections. The first restaurant is located midway along Jalan Hanoman in the village of Padangtegal in Ubud, before the turn right that leads to the famous Ubud Monkey Forest Sanctuary. The restaurant is part of the Agung Raka group that is behind the Agung Raka Bungalows and the Agung Raka Fine Art Gallery, as well as another branch of the Bebek Bengil restaurant up Jalan Monkey Forest road. 
Opening Hours: 11:00-22:00
Location: Jalan Hanoman, Padangtegal, Ubud
Tel: +62 (0)361 975 489 or +62 (0)361 977 675
Cuisine: Indonesian, European
Price Range: Affordable

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