Calling all foodies! There are even more new restaurants and cafes to get excited about!
Could the food in Bali get any better? It seems so! This month there have been restaurants and cafes popping up all over the island, including in Jimbaran, Seminyak, Canggu and Uluwatu. Here are our best picks of the new culinary hotspots in Bali.
Go on a sensory stimulated culinary adventure at the newly unveiled QUILA dining room at Alila Villas Uluwatu. Each mouthful will surprise and delight! This exclusive dining experience is limited to a maximum of 10 guests each night within QUILA’s intimate five-table indoor setting, so book quickly!
QUILA @ Alila Uluwatu, Jalan Belimbing Sari, Banjar Tambiyak, Desa Pecatu, Uluwatu, p.+62 (0)361 848 2166.
Ryan Clift, an award-winning chef based in Singapore, has launched his new culinary project, called Grow. This restaurant in Seminyak will offer an all-day dining experience and a dynamic menu based on available produce, including healthy eating options, lots of greens, rustic handmade pastas, salads and fresh soups. This is clean and sustainable eating to a t!
Grow, Petitenget 8L, Seminyak, p.+62 (0)361 894 7908.
Brought to you by French-Canadian chef Hugo Coudurier is MyWarung – a place to get good food at an affordable price in a modern setting. And there are 2 outlets in Canggu to choose from!
MyWarung Canggu, Jalan Subak Sari 80 (Near Canggu Club), Canggu, p.+62 (0)82 339 120 880, MyWarung Echo Beach, Jalan Batu Mejan 78 (Echo Beach), Canggu, p.+62 (0)82 266 029 978.
Frestro is a new gourmet artisan restaurant, located in the bustling Seminyak, serving healthy and creative Mediterranean cuisine dishes. We recommend the Squid ink Carnaroli risotto, with chicken liver croquettes and calamari!
Fresto, Jalan Petitenget 108. Kerobokan, p.62 (0)361 934 5888.
Who doesn’t love a good curry?! There is a new Indian on the block in Kuta, and is well worth a visit for your dose of tandoori chicken! Located next to Waterbom, it’s the perfect spot for some well earnt grub after a day slippin’ and slidin’ on the flumes!
Spice Mantraa, Jalan Kartika Plaza, Kuta, p.+62 (0)812 4692 5674.
Surrounded by terraced lily ponds, Damar Terrace, at Ayana Resort and Spa Bali, serves refreshing Asian favorites, and has just opened Indonesia’s first Tsujiri, an amazing green tea and dessert selection. The vitamin-rich tea is believed to promote anti-aging [see you there!]
Damar Terrace @ Ayana Resort and Spa Bali, Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera, Jimbaran, Kuta Selatan, Jimbaran, p.+62 (0)361 702 222.
OPIA sits on the edge of the magnificiant Jimbaran quarry, setting the scene perfectly for a spectacular culinary experience, brought to you by Executive Chef, Nicolas Lazzaroni [from Bridges Bali, Uma Cucina and Settimo Ceilo]. Offering a range of Asian inspired share plates and world class molecular cocktails, it is the perfect place to unwind with friends.
OPIA, Jalan Bukit Permai, no. 2, Jimbaran, p.+62 (0)361 4724 298.
The Slow is a multifaceted island stay incorporating boutique accommodation, all-day dining and drinks, art, local culture, and interactive retail, set in the heart of trendy Canggu. And the food is to die for! We recommend their spicy prawn & coconut noodles and scotch eggs! And don’t forget to check out the awesome rooftop for drinks with friends.
The Slow, Jalan Pantai Batu Bolong, 97, Canggu, p. +62 (0)361 209 9000.
Berawa Kitchen’s concept is lots of different food stalls in one location – so you can get Thai food, Chinese, and burgers all whilst staying in one spot, plus you get to enjoy the live music! We like! It opened this week so drop in and check it out.
Berawa Kitchen, Jalan Raya Semat, Canggu.