5 Best Bali Restaurants
5 Favorite Restaurant
1. CasCades is an awards winning restaurant located 45 minutes drive from Ngurah Rai Airport-Bali, perfected placed on the ridge overlooking the luscious Valley of the Kings. It provides a dining experience with striking tropical valley views alongside meticulously crafted food and wine menus. As a fine dining restaurant with European and Asian influences, CasCades produces bold and unique dishes that are perfect for a celebratory or romantic dinner.
The 10 metre high Balinese style thatched roof houses the CasCades bar and casual dining area, 500 m² area for lunch or afternoon cocktails. The CasCades Restaurant gorgeous valley location is highly regarded for its warm light and harmony with nature, its views and its quiet and unhurried ambiance witnessed at very glance. Owned and managed by an Australian family, CasCades sources the finest produce from around the globe including Australian wagyu beef, Canadian lobster and French fois gras.
Operation Hours: 11:00 – 22:00
2. Bebek Tepi sawah. Enjoy a wide selection of cuisine, ranging from contemporary western and innovative Indonesian or Balinese specialties in a fresh atmosphere within the environment of the real Bali’s Village.
Share the joy and satisfaction with other, to feel a wonderful experience of having a meal at corner of the rice field, while viewing the rice paddies and the wave of the coconut tree leaves, as well as listening to the various tiny little bird singing.
Open only for lunch & dinner,
Start from: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
3. Warung Ibu Oka. 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. Babi guling is Balinese roast suckling pig and that, and only that, is what everyone is here to feast on. The restaurant opens at around 10.30am and the tables fill up quickly. The roast pigs themselves – they get through around 30 each day – aren’t cooked on the premises but arrive by motorbike, precariously balanced on a tray. Swiftly sliced up, they are served in big chunks in a rattan bowl with rice, fried intestines, spicy vegetables and Ibu Oka’s secret sauce. The pork is unbelievably succulent and the crackling is the best you will ever taste, all for a grand total of.
4. Jimbaran seafood cafes must already be on your must-visit places for your Bali holiday, especially if you’re a seafood lover. Not only is Jimbaran Bay one of Bali’s best places for memorable sunsets, but it is also the most popular coast to enjoy grilled seafood. Seventeen seafood cafes line the white-sand beach locally known as ‘Pantai Muaya’.
Mostly open afternoon until late, each of the venues within the row of Jimbaran seafood cafes in the bay offer fresh-grilled seafood served at candlelit tables on the sand. As the sun goes down, the horizon features faint lights from the Ngurah Rai airport and traditional fishing boat lanterns at sea. With beautiful sunset & table on the white sands, enjoy a romantic dinner.
Open only for lunch & dinner, and the serving time
Start from: 10:00 AM Until: 10:00 PM
5.La Plancha,the best cafe on Mesari Beach at Seminyak’s southern end, teases your senses with splashes of colours throughout its two-level structure and with a menu of tasty grills and Spanish cuisine. With large and colourful parasols on its beachfront, it appeals most at sunset when you can sink into beanbags around mini tables laid out on the sand.
Living up to its name, La Plancha provide a variety of Spanish and barbecued delights. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the cafe is a welcoming stopover on morning beach strolls, a day out in the waves or for fun evening gatherings. A regular agenda presents assorted gigs and live DJs.
– Great design with an attention paid to every single details. The atmosphere they create is always unique and it is worth having a look even if you are not a party-goer.
Operation Hours: 07:00 am – 11.00 pm
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