Culinary Bali

Food is the most common and universal love. Any trip is incomplete without traditional cousine. Of course, there are more adventurous cuisines to try in Bali.

Bali is a foodie haven whether you are a vegan, vegetarian or non vegetarian. Bali can surprise even veteran travelers. This quiet island has several tourist hubs dotted with wonderful restaurants.

I am listing my favorite restaurants:

https://www.tijilihotels.com/

Only 20 minutes’ drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. Located in the heart of Seminyak area, Tijili Seminyak Hotel is within 5 minutes walking distance to the beach and just steps away to boutique shops, restaurants, cafe, ethnic shop and nightlife entertainments.

Tijili Restaurant
Vegetarian Pizza with beer
Passion Fruit Cocktail at pool area

https://www.folkubud.com/

Folk Pool & Gardens were undoubtedly my one of the favorite located right in heart of Ubud. it’s a tounge-in-cheek neighborhood setting with private daybeds, teepees and decks line the pool with food range from vegetarian to grill and drinks from craft options to classics.

Pool and Garden view
Chilling at pool
Tomatoes sauced Enchiladas with mushroom and beans

https://www.kudeta.com/

Bali’s original sunset destination,  a restaurant, bar and beach lounge set to an eclectic soulful soundtrack with panoramic views across the Indian Ocean in Seminiyak.

Magical Sunset
Risotto with red wine infused tomatoes with feta cheese

https://casalunabali.com/indus-restaurant/

With its breathtaking view of the Tjampuhan ridge and Mount Agung, Indus combines an elegant, breezy mix of Balinese-Indian ambiance. 

Lunch with a view
Vegetarian Buddha Bowl
Coconut ice cream

https://www.tuguhotels.com/hotels/bali/dining/

Tugu Bali is a perfect mixture of art and culture of Bali with amazing decor and unique architecture as rich as Indonesian culture. The beautiful space is lit by candles and surrounded by Indonesian antiques and cultural relics.

Lit dinning area

Gado-Gado
A plate of blanched or steamed vegetables served with tofu, tempeh, longtong (rice cooked in banana leaves) with a side of peanut sauce. Sometimes it’s all mixed together but we personally prefer it served separate.
Beautiful table setting

From authentic traditional fare to global cuisine; the city’s dramatic mishmash of cultures translates well into the lively culinary scene.

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