Cuisine in Bali, Indonesia
An Indonesian warung in the Seminyak area. A little expensive compared to the local warungs but the taste has been arranged to match the tourist’s preference. Tourists who are not so familiar with the local dishes, may try this one for a sample.
Their special is the mie (noodles), but also has a variety of Indonesian food. It is situated next to a water garden and has a very classic atmosphere with antique furniture imported from Java. It has an open kitchen where you can watch the skills of the professional cooks.
This restaurant has a modern Asian concept, clean and stylish atmosphere, refined menus and service. They have traditional Legong Dance performances in the spacious restaurant area (2000m²) with total 360 seat capacity, which consist of 160 indoor seats and 200 outdoor seats. Enjoy the dinner Legong show 4 times a week.
A popular warung (local diner) owned by a Japanese. They offer around 30 kinds of dishes for the nasi campur, the staff a has a plate of rice and you can choose the food to go with it by pointing the ones you would like to have. Also fresh juice made fresh on the spot is also a popular choice here.
Bawang Merah Restaurant
Bawang Merah at Jimbaran Bay offers delicious Balinese dishes plus fresh seafood you can enjoy beachfront at Jimbaran Bay. There are a lot of set menus you can choose from so you have a fixed price. There are dance performances by the children too.
Comprising four open-air, thatch-roofed pavilion surrounded by a lotus pond, this traditional Bali restaurant features an open Asian heritage-style kitchen where guests can watch the native Indonesian, Indian and Thai chefs working alongside each other with fiery flair and fast-paced action, to prepare favorite dishes from their respective home countries.
A small organic restaurant located on Jalan Sindhu next to the night market. Open for breakfast. lunch and dinner. Closed on Sundays. The Indonesian cuisine is very tasty and the service from Bayu, (the only server there) is always with a smile. Also has a very reasonable price. Free WiFi available.
A Traditional Balinese restaurant situated within the Royal Pita Maha hotel in Ubud. You can enjoy the distinct Balinese flavor of the mixed spices and herbs.
A popular Indonesian food restaurant beside the airport gates. Ideal to drop by before your departure back to your country. The standard Indonesian cuisine, nasi goring, soto ayam, kare ayam, bintang beer and fresh juices are a must before your departure.
Located in the Kuta area, Meng Enking’s interior uses mainly Bamboo making an oriental atmosphere. Beyond the entrance, the dining area is built around a man-made lake with a range of dining huts sitting over the lake. You can enjoy some reasonable spicy Sunda dishes in a relaxing setting.