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Best restaurants in Bali

The 12 best restaurants and places to eat in Bali

Stunning beaches, natural beauty and snorkeling — this is Bali. The tropical paradise in Indonesia and the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands, is a dream for many travelers, who seek sunshine and happy vibes. Bali’s locals are some of the friendliest in Southeast Asia and the food is full of color and variety. We recommend the 12 best and coolest restaurants on the island.

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Tip #1: Le Petit Chef

Le Petit Chef Bali
Le Petit Chef in Bali

The luxury five-star hotel TS Suites in Seminyak hosts a very special dining experience, called Le Petit Chef. A miniature chef comes to life on the dining table and is responsible for a show, paired with themed music, props and an exquisite menu. All this magic happens with the power of visual mapping. A 3D projection is entertaining the guests and delivers an unforgettable experience.

Le Petit Chef in Bali
Le Petit Chef Bali

Visit our extraordinary 3D dinner-show Le Petit Chef in TS Suites Seminyak in Bali.

Le Petit Chef, the 6 cm small chef from Marseille, France, shows his experience right on the dinner plates. Guests can choose from three different menus. The 6pm kid-friendly show offers a Kids menu as well. For special occasions, Le Petit Chef offers Pralines and Bouquets to make this experience unforgettable.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and Kids menu options available.

Speciality:

Le Petit Chef, the small chef from France, is the star of the 3D projection show and is entertaining the guests, delivering an unforgettable experience.

Price:

Master Class Menu (7 course-meal) IDR 899,000++

Elite Class Menu (7 course-meal) IDR 1,399,000++

Vegetarian Menu (7 course-meal) IDR 899,000++

Kids Menu (7 course-meal) IDR 499,000++

Hours:

Reservation is necessary, you can book online 

Location:

TS Suites Seminyak 

Jl. Nakula No. 18

Legian, Kec. Kuta

Kabupaten Badung

Bali 80361

Indonesia

Contact:

Phone: +62 819 3620 4092

E-mail: [email protected]

Webpage: https://lepetitchef.com/bali

Tip #2: Ithaka Warung

Ithaka Warung Bali
Image credit: Ithaka Warung Bali

In Bali the term ‘warung’ refers to a small street food shop. This is what Ithaka is. The restaurant opened in 2014 to feed the community with delicious local food, with local ingredients, for a fair price. Although Canggu is more touristic these days, Itahaka made sure to keep the quality high and the prices low. 

The Indonesian restaurant with Spanish influence is located on the second floor with Ocean view. It has a second location in Ubud. Working with charity organizations has been a big topic for Ithaka. They are supporting local farmers, helping orangutan projects in Borneo and the Bali Bandana Project, supporting their work in protecting local dogs.

Ithaka’s healthy and fresh menu is clearly marked for Vegetarians and Vegans and features Curries, Indonesian and Spanish style tapas and Western fusion food. The breakfast bowls are colorful and loaded with nutritions.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and Vegan options available and clearly marked.

Speciality:

A local ‘warung’ with vibrant, nutritious and colorful food, located on the second floor with Ocean view in Canggu. The restaurant is supporting many charity projects and local farmers.

Price:

Breakfast ranging from IDR 50.000 to IDR 60.000; 

Authentic homemade Indonesian food from IDR 50.000 to IDR 110.000; 

Curries for IDR 70.000; 

Tapas starting from IDR 35.000 to IDR 50.000;

Hours:

Canggu: Daily:7 am – 11 pm 

Ubud: Daily: 7 am – 10.30 pm

Locations:

Canggu:

Jalan Pantai Batubolong 168

Floor 2 

Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara

Kabupaten Badung

Bali 80351 

Indonesia 

 

Ubud:

Jalan Tirta Tawar 158

Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud

Kabupaten Gianyar 

Bali 80571

Indonesia

Contact:

Canggu:

Phone: +62 81239325317

Email: [email protected] 

 

Ubud:

Phone: +62 81353994614

Email: [email protected] 

 

Webpage: https://www.ithakawarung.com/

Tip #3: Copenhagen

Copenhagen Bali
Image credit: Copenhagen Bali

A foodie experience to remember! This is what Copenhagen offers its visitors. The nordic eatery has three locations on the island, Canggu, Berawa and Perereran. It writes on its door ‘Island rituals with a Scandic spin’.

Local, sustainable and seasonal food is what all three locations of Copenhagen offer. Every few months the menu changes, to feature the current fruits and produce of Bali. 

The concept behind Copenhagen is simple but delicious, like the Scandinavian lifestyle. Build your own breakfast and make it as small or big as you want. Eggs, dairy, protein, bakery&treats, 25 dishes to choose from.

The lunch shows off a variety of Smørrebrød, a traditional Scandinavian open face sandwich, usually buttered rye bread with cold cuts, meat, fish, spreads and garnish.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten-free options available. 

Speciality:

A nordic eatery – ‘Island rituals with a Scandic spin’, offers build your own breakfast and a good variety of Smørrebrød options.

Price:

Breakfast 3 pieces IDR 75.000, 5 pieces IDR 115.000, add 1 piece 28.000; 

Smørrebrød ranging from IDR 45.000 to IDR 50.000;

Hours:

Canggu: Daily:6 am – 6 pm

Berawa: Daily: 7 am – 6 pm

PererenanDaily: 6 am – 5 pm

Locations:

Canggu:

Jl Canggu Padang Linjong No. 71a

Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara

Kabupaten Badung

Bali 80361

Indonesia

 

Berawa:

Gg Anggrek 

Tibubeneng, Kec. Kuta Utara

Kabupaten Badung

Bali 80361

Indonesia

 

Pererenan (Bakery):

Jl Raya Tiyingtutul No. 6

Pererenan, Kec. Mengwi 

Kabupaten Badung

Bali 80351

Indonesia

Contact:

Canggu: Phone: +62 813 37412464

Berawa: Phone: +62 823 41298975

Pererenan:  Phone: +62 813 53022346

E-Mail: [email protected]

Webpage: https://www.instagram.com/copenhagen.bali/?hl=en

https://www.facebook.com/copenhagen.bali/

Tip #4: Santorini Greek Restaurant

Santorini Greek Restaurant Bali
Image credit: Santorini Greek Restaurant Bali

The authentic Greek restaurant invites guests to a Greek dinner in a warm family atmosphere. The first location opened in 2011, by the head of the family, mum Nitsa. The Bali restaurant offers a journey to the beautiful Greek island of Santorini, with authentic flavors and Greek music in all of their three locations, Kuta, Seminyak and Canggu. 

Quality Greek delicacies, food the family grew up with, is featured in their menu and cooked by the family clan. Guests can enjoy a typical Greek breakfast, Greek sandwiches, Omelette and homemade Greek yogurt.

Country typical appetizers like Spanakopita, the spinach pie with feta cheese and Dolmades, beef and rice rolled in cabbage, are prepared by chefs, who are familiar with the real Greek cuisine. Moussaka, stuffed bell peppers and Souvlaki, are just a few mains on an extensive menu, with great Vegetarian and Vegan food options

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and Vegan options available. 

Speciality :

Greek cuisine from the island of Santorini, in a family run restaurant with Greek music. 

Price:

Breakfast items ranging from IDR 40.000 to IDR 89.000; 

Starters from IDR 45.000 to IDR 165.000 (Mix Meze Plate) 

Mains starting IDR 65.000 up to IDR 310.000 (Grilled snapper)

Hours:

Kuta: Daily: 10 am – 11.30 pm 

Seminyak: Daily: 9 am – 11.30 pm 

CangguDaily: 9 am – 11.30 pm

Locations:

Kuta:

Jalan Poppies 1

Gg Sorga, Kuta

Badung Regency 

Bali 80361

Indonesia 

 

Seminyak

Jl Arjuna No. 17

Legian, Kec. Kuta, Kabupaten 

Badung

Bali 80361

Indonesia 

 

Canggu

Jl Batu Mejan Canggu

Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara 

Kabupaten Badung

Bali 80361

Indonesia

Contact:

Kuta: Phone: +62 812 3774 8909

Seminyak: Phone: +62 813 3855 8724

Canggu: Phone: +62 823 4145 1976

E-Mail: [email protected]

Webpage: https://santorinigreekrestaurantbali.my.canva.site/

Tip #5: Sensorium

Image credit: Sensorium Bali

‘Stimulate your senses’ is the motto of Sensorium. William Salim is the chef and mastermind behind Sensorium. The young head chef grew up in Medan, but spent most of his life in Australia.

In his clean and minimalistic designed cafe, Salim is eager to tell a story through his food and enjoys bringing people together. The interior is presented as elegant as the menu. 

The chef likes fusion cuisine and lets Australian brunch culture meet the Asian culinary scene. In his menu, he stimulates all five senses, when he serves an all day brunch with Brunch and Kimchi Ramen, Korean and Chinese scrambled egg, or Pork Belly and Chicken and rice bowl.

The Textural of Mushroom is on the plate the same beautiful as it sounds in wording. Mocktails, coffee drinks and fresh juices accompany the brunch choices.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten-free options available. 

Speciality:

Australian and Asian fusion kitchen in a minimalistic designed café, by young chef William Salim.

Price:

All day brunch starting from IDR 45.000 to 98.000; 

Sweets ranking between IDR 55.000 to IDR 68.000

Hours:

Mo – Fr: 9 am – 5 pm 

Sat – Sun: 9 am – 4pm

Location:

Jl Pantai Batu Mejan

Canggu, North Kuta

Badung Regency

Bali 80361

Indonesia

Contact:

Phone: +62 851 6143 8812

Email: [email protected]

Webpage: https://sensoriumbali.co.id/

Tip #6: Luigi’s Hot Pizza

Luigi’s Hot Pizza Bali
Image credit: Luigi’s Hot Pizza Bali

Pizza is a comfort food, all over the world, also in Bali. To this conclusion came the two foodies Maurice Terzini and Adrian Reed. Terzini and Reed imported a wood fired pizza oven from Naples and started Luigi’s Hot Pizza shop in the heart of Canggu. Naturally raised for 24 hours and 100% handmade, so is the pasta — made in house daily. 

Luigi’s is way more than a regular pizza place. The pizza can be ordered one meter long, 16 slices and 4 toppings to choose from. Luigi’s fans love the healthy salad variations, the subs and enjoy the location as a party place, with live music and great drinks. Luigi’s apple cake, tiramisu and a refreshing gelato make a hot night in Bali memorable. 

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and Vegan options available.  

Speciality:

A very hip IG and Tik Tok worthy pizza place, with a wood fired pizza oven from Naples. Naturally raised dough for 24 hours. Meter long pizzas, house made pasta and live music.

Price:

Pizza is ranging from IDR 100.000 to IDR 150.000; 

Fresh, housemade pasta IDR 110.000/120.000; 

Dessert starting from IDR 25.000 to 100.000

Hours:

Daily: 5 pm – 12 am

Location:

Jalan Batu Mejan

Canggu, Kuta Utara Canggu

Kec. Kuta Utara

Kabupaten Badung 

Bali 80351

Indonesia

Contact:

Phone: +62 811-3944-450

Email: book@luigishotpizza.com

Webpage: https://luigishotpizza.com/

Tip #7: Sea Circus Restaurant & Bar

Sea Circus Restaurant & Bar Bali
Image credit: Sea Circus Restaurant & Bar Bali

It’s like a circus, colorful and full of surprises. Sea Circus Bali is Josh Herdman and Charlie Hunton’s baby. The two advertisers from Australia booked a one way ticket to Bali and opened a fabulous restaurant, cafe and cocktail bar, located in one of the busiest streets in Seminyak.

The funky restaurant with coastal vibes collaborates constantly with artists, graphic and fashion designers. It never looks the same, but always very hip and cool. 

In the morning it’s a busy breakfast restaurant, later it becomes a lunch spot, an afternoon coffee spot and in the evening a hang-out for dinner and cocktails. The breakfast is mainly focused on eggs, burgers, burritos and pancakes. For vegan guests, Sea Circus is serving a scrambled tofu option.

Lunch is a good time to try the restaurant’s taco bar (which is mostly gluten-free), they are also famous for their fish & chips, a lovely dinner idea on a hot Bali day. Sea Circus is probably the most colorful restaurant in Bali Indonesia and a must visit on the island.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten-free options available. 

Speciality:

A colorful restaurant, which collaborates constantly with artists, graphic and fashion designers. The fish & chips is famous on the island, the coffee freshly ground and the Taco Bar a highlight. 

Price:

Breakfast starting from IDR 20,000 to IDR 95,000; 

Taco Bar 2 pcs ranging from IDR 55,000 up to IDR 80,000; 

3 pcs from IDR 75,000 to IDR 110,000; 

Lunch/Dinner from IDR 50,000 to IDR 195,000;

Hours:

Daily:

Breakfast: 7.30 am – 12 pm

Lunch/Dinner: 12.00 pm – 9.30 pm

Location:

Jl Kayu Aya No. 22,

Seminyak 

Kec. Kuta

Kabupaten Badung

Bali 80361

Indonesia

Contact:

Phone: +62 821 4789 7995 or +62 361 738 667

Email: [email protected]

Webpage: http://seacircus-bali.com/

Tip #8: Warung Segara

Image credit: GMB An drea, Warung Segara Bali

Another ‘warung’, a small street food shop, well known locally and popular with tourists. Seminyak is full of fancy spots, luxurious restaurants and hip places. But the real Bali food in all its authenticity is often found in the local small street food shops. Segara is one of them and one of the most praised. This place is not about fancy, it’s about Balinese culture, the interior simple with wooden structure and Balinese decor. 

The food is a journey into the deepest Indonesian culture. No fusion, no fancy plating, but a wow effect for the tastebuds. The fried fish and prawns, the Bebek Betutu, the slow roasted duck, marinated in a variety of local spices, or the stir fried noodles with chicken and vegetables. Every meal is a gratitude dish to family tradition and recipes. The prices are moderate and Vegetarian options are available.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian options. 

Speciality:

A warung with a huge local popularity, rustic, traditional, authentic Indonesian food.

Price:

The dishes ranging from IDR 50,000 to IDR 75,000; 

Hours:

Daily: 12 pm – 11 pm

Location:

Jl Wana Segara

Kuta

Kec. Kuta

Kabupaten Badung

Bali 80361

Indonesia

Contact:

Phone: +62 819-3310-0952

Tip #9: Blanco par Mandif

Image credit: Blanco par Mandif Bali

The Blanco Renaissance Museum, houses one of the finest dining experiences in Indonesia. The third Balinese restaurant from chef Mandif Warokka, Blanco par Mandif, is a gem, opened in March 2015.

The cuisine is a unique Indonesian cuisine, with traditional recipes and flavors, prepared in a modern way. The menu is inspired by recipes from Warokkas childhood, everything is made from scratch with local and fresh ingredients. 

The dining room offers gorgeous views of the Tjampuhan River and let the meal become an unforgettable experience. Young, talented and very well traveled Warokka, 2011 voted as ‘The Best Chef in Bali’, is also very well known from several TV shows.

He is cooking up a Tasting Menu of eight courses. Fresh Balinese ingredients like Tiger prawns, smoked octopus and the highlight, the 14-day-dry aged smoked Peking duck breast, are just a few delicacies of the menu.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten-free Tasting Menu options available upon request, at least 48 hours in advance. 

Speciality:

A Tasting Menu cooked by one of the best Indonesian chefs in the Blanco Renaissance Museum. 

Price:

8-course menu IDR 1,500, with beverage pairings IDR 2,700

Hours:

Reservation necessary. 

Mo – Tue: 12 pm – 2.30 pm and 6 pm – 8.30 pm 

Wed: Closed

Thu – Sat: 12 pm – 2.30 pm and 6 pm – 8.30 pm

Sun: 12 pm – 8.30 pm

Location:

Kompleks Museum Blanco

Jl Raya Tjampuhan 

Ubud, Sayan

Kec. Gianyar, Kabupaten Gianyar

Bali 80571

Indonesia

Contact:

Phone: +62 81 933707707

E-Mail: [email protected] 

Webpage: https://blancoparmandif.com/

Tip #10: Bali Asli

Bali Asli Bali
Image credit: Bali Asli Bali

Bali Asli is not just a restaurant, it’s the dream and vision of Executive chef and director Penelope Williams.

In the late 1980’s, Williams traveled through Asia, followed by a four year appreciationship at Savoy in London, twelve years in different restaurants in Sydney, until she stranded in Bali, working three years as Executive Chef at Alila Manggis Hotel. This was the time when she realized she wants to make her own dream, Bali Asli, come true.

Today Bali Asli restaurant promotes Balinese cuisine with a fairtrade character. Embracing the community, working together with small farmers and nature instead of exploiting them. The restaurant cooks on wood-fired, mud brick stoves and is growing ingredients in their own garden.

Bali Asli doesn’t have a fixed menu and operates by reservation only. Guests can purchase a ‘Bali Asli Nasi Campur lunch’. Balinese cuisine, served in two courses, prepared using traditional techniques and wood fires. It also includes an apéritif and a cocktail for each person.

The other option is a ‘Bali Asli Megibung lunch’, classic East Balinese Fare, served in three courses, prepared traditionally (aperitif and cocktail included). The project of Williams also operates a cooking school.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and Vegan options available.  

Speciality:

Traditional Bali Asil Nasi Campur lunch or Bali Asli Megibung lunch, prepared using traditional techniques and wood fires and offering the best view of the volcanoes.

Price:

Bali Asli Nasi Campur lunch IDR 270,000 (per couple); 

Bali Asli Megibung lunch IDR 340,000 (per couple)

Hours:

Daily: 11 am – 5.30 pm

Lunch: 11 am – 4 pm 

Afternoon tea: 4 pm – 5.30 pm 

Sunset cocktails

Reservations required

Location:

Jl Gelumpang

Karangasem, Kec. Karangasem

Kabupaten Karangasem 

Bali 80811

Indonesia

Contact:

Phone: +62 822-3690-9215

E-Mail: [email protected]

Webpage: https://www.baliasli.com.au/

Tip #11: Koral

Koral Bali
Image credit: Koral Bali

Koral is the first aquarium restaurant in Bali. Award-winning chef Andrea Astone is the mastermind in the kitchen of Koral and provides modern Asian-European dishes with a twist.

Locally sourced, finest ingredients, in an underwater world at The Apurva Kempinski Bali, served on elegant dishes, with hypnotic soundtrack, providing an overall mystic experience. 

10 meters below sea level surrounded by impressive underwater life, guests can also witness divers swimming with the sea life, whilst enjoying dinner. Teak Wood ceilings and walls made of red clay bricks, huge windows and a glass-roofed tunnel, giving the guests the chance to watch tropical fish.

In the meantime on the plate, the ‘Koral Degustation’, a seven-course meal, with lobster, chicken, seabass and more.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

No special dietary options available.  

Speciality:

The first aquarium restaurant in Bali. Award-winning chef Andrea Astone is serving locally sourced, finest ingredients in an outstanding ambience.

Price:

Koral Degustation, 7 course-meal, IDR 2,500 per person. IDR 3,500 with pairing.

Hours:

Daily:

12 pm – 3 pm 

5.30 pm – 10.30 pm

Location:

The Apurva Kempinski Bali

Jl Raya Nusa Dua Selatan

Sawangan, Nusa Dua

Kabupaten Badung

Bali

Indonesia

Tip #12: Kynd

Kynd Bali
Image credit: Kynd Bali

Kynd is way more than a café concept. The Kynd community has books, two cafe locations and online cooking classes. Corryn Queenan and Lauren Camilleri started Kynd as a 20 seat café back in 2017.

Today, two locations in Seminyak and Canggu are part of the Kynd family. They also added a pizzeria, an ice cream and apparel store. Everything is plant based. In addition, a 100% non-profit café, with the name GIVE, opened in 2018. 

Kynd is open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and one of the most innovative vegan restaurants on the island. Everything that regular restaurants feature on their menus, is available at Kynd as a plant based version.

The vegan fried egg, the smokey plant based bacon, chicken curry, the Bigger Mac burger — it’s a plant based foodie wonderland. Even for the gluten-free eaters, the menu is properly marked. Kynd is offering a pizza menu at the Seminyak location. The so-called Peace Pizza is made with cashew cheese, smoked vegan ham and plant based pepperoni.

Kynd is a fully plant based concept with delicious food, warm colors and positive vibes.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

The whole menu is Vegan. Gluten-free options available. 

Speciality:

A fully plant based menu, with many interesting vegan options, like vegan fried egg and cashew cheese. Cookbooks and online classes are available.

Price:

Breakfast starting from IDR 75,000 up to IDR 95,000; 

Lunch ranging from IDR 50,000 up to IDR 110,000; 

Dinner from IDR 50,000 to IDR 110,000;

Hours:

Daily: 7.30 am – 10 pm 

Locations:

Seminyak:

Jalan Petitenget No. 12

Kerobokan Kelod

Seminyak 

Kuta Utara

Badung Regency 

Bali 80361

Indonesia

 

Canggu:

Jl Nelayan No. 31

Canggu 

Kec. Kuta Utara

Kabupaten Badung

Bali 80361

Indonesia

Contact:

Seminyak: Phone: +62 859 3112 0209

Canggu: Phone: +62 813 2094 8514

Email: [email protected]

Webpage: https://www.kyndcommunity.com/

Our selection of restaurants is based, among other things, on the editorial team’s individual preferences and on reviews on the internet. Please contact the respective provider directly for information on reservations and prices. The pictures come from the restaurants listed. All Information is provided without guarantee!

Annabelle Schweineberg
Annabelle Schweineberg

As Assist. Marketing & Communications Manager Annabelle knows the concept of Le Petit Chef like no other. If you have any questions, she is the right person to contact.

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