An Italian restaurant located within the Aston Bali Beach Resort & Spa. It can easily accessed since it is built by the road. You have a choice of some open terrace seats or the air conditioned seats inside. They serve antipasti, zuppa, home made pasta, pizza and dolce. They also have a wine celler.
Serving trattoria-style Italian cuisine, this stylish open-air Bali restaurant is located on a bluff overlooking the Indian Ocean, offering brilliant views any time of day and at sunset. The rustic Italian cuisine includes a complete selection of antipasti, sandwiches, wood-fired pizzas, fresh pastas, seafood, meat and desserts.
This Italian restaurant has been renewed and opened in June 2012, a stylish space with its interior based in white. The owner-chefs Italian cuisine has already attracted a good reputation among the gourmet lovers.
A Korean restaurant owned by a Korean where you can enjoy real Korean food. The favourite here is the bibingbap, rice and vegetables served in a hot stone bowl. A good place to drop by for good Korean food.
A bar lounge located beside the Fave Hotel on Dianapura street. You can enjoy food, drinks, beer and cocktails here. They have original Indonesian and Asian dishes to choose from. Ideal to stop by for a break or for a little meal before going to the night clubs.
The Rock Bar is positioned on natural rocks 14 metres above the Indian Ocean at the base of Ayana Resort’s towering cliffs. At this innovative open-top bar, you can enjoy the rhythm of the ocean merges with funky tunes from the DJ booth. Sunset viewing is a popular affair here. They serve a delectable selection of tapas and signature cocktails. Dress code: Smart clothes. Access: Cable car. Daybeds are available if you spend a certain price.
An easy and convenient Chinese restaurant serving Indonesian style noodles and ala carte menus. Also suitable for groups to enjoy lunch and dinner. The bakery next door sell Chinese bak paos which is very popular too.
A popular Chinese restaurant previously located inside the Plaza Bali Duty free shop, now reopened across the street from the previous place. Private seats on the 1st floor, the 2nd floor can accommodate 100 people. The experienced staffs serve delicious Chinese food.
A Japanese fast food stand, serving “Taiyaki”, “Takoyaki” and Japanese style curry for takeouts. They also have Indonesian food that is cooked on the spot and tucked into a lunch box. They also have a unique mascot character which is turned into cards and novelty goods.
A place you can enjoy the Osaka soul food in Ubud, located near the Neka museum. The okonomiyaki and the takoyaki are one of the favorites here. You can enjoy 50% off for the okonomiyaki in the happy hours before 19:00. Also there are sushi, sashimi, tempura, rice dishes, noodles and set menus to choose from.