Where to Eat
Where to EAT in Bali?
There’s one thing that you shouldn’t miss out to complement the holiday experience on Bali. Yes, Its assortment of dishes. The Balinese have a rich collection of fine dining including the island’s famed Babi Guling, cakes, and desserts. As a first-class dining destination, where the world’s most innovative and talented chefs can be found, Bali has evolved with each wave of visitors. Over the years, many new restaurants are popping up. They offer a great range of cuisine which serves traditional and local fare to fine establishments presenting fusion and international menus; often featured unique locations with awe-inspiring views and artistic interiors. Therefore selecting the best restaurants in Bali from the wealth of world-class dining venues on offer was a real challenge.
We’ve come up with Bali Food Guide where you can hang out at and having your Bali fine dining. We’ve got you the affordable yet well-known restaurants in Bali to be explored while you on the island. All is compiled in comprehensive lists; featured some of dining spot that we think are today’s best Bali restaurants based on the venues, variety of tastes and settings which will suit your palate and budget. Now what are you waiting for? Check out a different selection dining places as below!
Kayuputi Restaurant is the signature ocean-view dining spot at the St. Regis Bali Resort, which offers a multitude of seating options – indoors and alfresco
A popular coffee shop on Sanur’s end of Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai, Kopi Bali House is the flourishing offshoot of Kopi Bali, the island’s top
A decade has passed since KU DE TA first announced its arrival back in 2000 and the legacy of one of Asia’s most distinctive and
This happening beachside restaurant — a Seminyak pioneer — is lovingly referred to as ‘La Looch’ and looks out onto one of the prettiest stretches
Le Jaenzan Restaurant Lovina, Bali. Dinner at Le Jaenzan means excellent food presented to you in a authentic Balinese restaurant in the center of Lovina
Made and her family opened their roadside warung or food stall at kuta in 1969, serving consistent and often very good Indonesia meals to locals