Mades warung has been popular among locals, expats and tourists for a long time. It has grown from a traditional roadside warung into a cosmopolitan restaurant serving a variety of local and international food in Bali. There is no parking in Kuta branch so the Seminyak branch with its dance performances is more recommended.
Boasts over a 100 menus, and has been voted one of the best restaurants in Indonesia. You can enjoy a Chinese style Indonesian food in the colonial style building. Inside the store there are antique furnitures and old cutleries on display.
As an award winning dining venue that specializes in authentic Balinese cuisine, Kunyit Bali Restaurant is the ideal introduction to the flavours of the island delicacies such as fried crispy duck and succulent sticks of satay. The restaurant is a traditional pavilion nestled within a serene garden compound for a truly local dining experience.
An affordable local style Medan noodle restaurant owned by a Chinese Indonesian. Popular among the local residents and tourists. Their kuetiau noodle is homemade. You can find many branches of Mie 88 around Bali.
Tucked away in a spot opposite the former Royal Palace, Ibu Oka’s shanty cafe is an Ubud institution that draws both locals and food lovers from around the world. Their speciality Babi guling is a Balinese roast suckling pig and that, and only that, is what everyone is here to feast on. A must try while you are in Bali.
A funky streetside food haven located across the road from The Neka museum. With wicked ribs and brutal martinis, fun times and smiles are guaranteed. Finger licking ribs with a big portion and sausage and chicken BBQs, with plenty of other options too. Always packed with locals and tourists and meat lovers.
A half open air restaurant inside The Elysian villas where you can enjoy international food beside the 25m pool. Menus vary from Indonesian to Italian and western with a wide variety of wine and alcohol. Free transfers available.
A large resort complex on Dreamland beach (New Kuta beach) with Restaurants, pools, clubs and Karaoke facilities where you can relax with your family all day long. There are 2 pools, one for children, one for adults with great views of the Indian ocean.
A stylish wooden house style restaurant located on Oberoi street. They have retro chairs and tables which makes a natural relaxing atmosphere. The food is made by a French chef serving Thai, Indonesian, French, Belgium food.
A Chinese restaurant nearby the airport. They serve fresh seafood dishes, porridges and casseroles. If you have an upset stomach from all the eating, why not stop by for some mild porridge to soothe it. You can drop by on the way to the airport or visit as soon as you arrive to Bali.