Your trip to Bali isn’t complete without a visit to one of these amazing restaurants – book a nanny for the night and enjoy!
Ijen is Bali’s first restaurant with a zero-waste philosophy. All of the produce is sustainably sourced, whether that’s line caught fish or locally grown vegetables. Even the décor makes use of recycled materials including rubber thongs in the upholstery and broken plates in the concrete! The restaurant is part of Bali’s iconic Potato Head and it’s not to be missed.
Vegetarian (and vegan) Italian food? Trust us, it’s a thing and your meat eating family members won’t even miss the protein. The pizza is a must with the dough fermented for 48 hours before it is wood fired. Fun and delicious.
Dumbo, Ubud | Image by @oliastepanenco via Instagram
This Canguu spot is home to some of the best Japanese in Bali. It’s perfect for a special occasion with an extensive wine list and in-built entertainment as the chefs flaunt their skills in the open kitchen.
A little more casual, Mason is owned by an Aussie chef who knows how to do a ham and cheese toastie well. The food is simple, beautiful and filling with most of the menu cooked in the woodfire oven.
Mason. Canggu | Image by @max_kloud via Instagram
Motel Mexicola, Seminyak
You’ll have definitely seen this amazing venue on Instagram. The décor is a colour explosion and the tacos could also be described as a taste explosion! The cocktails are to-die-for and you can’t leave without a selfie or two.
Motel Mexicola, Seminyak | Image by @thesimplegentleman via Instagram
Follow the scent of barbeque to this Argentinian gem in the heart of Seminyak. The vibe is relaxed and you can’t go wrong with anything from the grill. Try the octopus!
Barbacoa, Seminyak | Image by @barbacoabali via Instagram
Cuca, Jimbaran Bay
Located on the waterfront, Cuca is a seafood extravaganza. A sophisticated take on dining right on the beach at one of the local barbeque joints, Cuca is inexpensive and delicious. The seafood rice lunch special is unbeatable.
Cuca, Jimbaran Bay | Image via cucabali.com
La Favela, Seminyak
La Favela’s interior is inspired by Bali’s jungles and is complete with cozy corners, graffiti, artificial waterfalls and soft lighting. The venue is multiple levels meaning you can always find a spot for delicious eats and a late-night dance.
La Favela, Seminyak | Image via lafavelabali.com
Are you hungry yet? Talk to one of our team today about booking the ultimate foodie holiday in Bali.