The Best Restaurants in Bali
Knowing the island’s foodie scene inside out, we share our favourite culinary hotspots in our latest dining guide to the Best Restaurants in Bali. From fine to fun dining in Seminyak’s coastal hotspots and hyped hipster eateries in boho Canggu neighbourhood to some of Asia’s best restaurants in jungle town Ubud and world-class restaurants with stunning views in the Bukit Peninsula, The Asia Collective’s ultimate guide to the Best Restaurants in Bali introduces the ultimate dining hotspots you cannot miss!
Join us on a whirlwind tour around Bali’s Best Restaurants with mesmerising interiors and unique menus making the island a culinary destination the rest of the world can only dream of!
THE BEST RESTAURANTS IN SEMINYAK
Enter Aya Street – a fine dining restaurant meets gallery space that will ignite your senses and transport you to a world of wonder through Peruvian style cuisine, theatrical cocktails, bold interiors, global street art and eccentric installations in an authentically urban setting. Renowned Chef Marco Cuevas has created a tantalising menu for one of the best restaurants in Bali that combines a refreshing mix of Peruvian and Asian gastronomy.
Try the Classic Ceviche, Lomo Saltaldo or Grilled Octopus for a true Peruvian experience. Among their signature cocktail range the ‘Espresso Ayatini’ and ‘Duck Lips’ are not to be missed!
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Step into this large warehouse space with private terrace overlooking Bali’s rice paddies and be instantly inspired by the mosaic-tiled floors, high ceilings, vintage leather banquettes and loft-style setting. Barbacoa’s kitchen is dedicated to BBQ, woodfire & charcoal. These combined fire methods have been influenced by Latin-American style flavours to create rustic dishes which attract a food-savvy crowd.
The trendy setting of one of Bali’s best restaurants features a centre bar creating the perfect atmosphere for a group dinner and pre-party drinks for your super cool crowd. The warm, inviting décor and top-class service makes Barbacoa one of the best restaurants in Seminyak.
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Bringing the Amalfi Coast to Bali, Seminyak’s ultimate hotspot, Da Maria is the latest brainchild of Maurice Terzini who has created some of Australia’s most iconic dining venues including the famed Bondi Icebergs. The hyped Italian Osteria attracts a hip crowd and has quickly evolved into the latest place to see and be seen.
Escape to Italy with an authentic Italian food and wine experience all set within captivating interiors featuring that Capri feeling in the heart of Seminyak. Join the crowds at their busy bar and enjoy La Dolce Vita with Da Maria’s Campari-based blends for a buzzing night out at one of the best restaurants in Bali!
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This minimalistic designed restaurant is tucked away behind Jalan Oberoi and could possibly be Seminyak’s best kept secret! Kilo Bali boasts polished concrete floors and walls, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, but still has a homely vibe set only a short stroll away from Seminyak’s hustle and bustle. The food is beautifully styled on your plate and some of the best Fusion Cuisine you will taste on this island at one of Bali’s best restaurants.
Kilo Bali’s concept is all about communicating moments and sharing a unique experience defined by hearty food, soulful music, warm conversations and unforgettable occasions.
TAC Tip: Enjoy 2-for-1 main dishes at Kilo when you present your copy of Hungry in Bali.
More than just a restaurant, Mamasan is for anyone who prefers to lounge in style whilst experiencing quality South East Asian food without it breaking the bank. Put on your best outfit and join Bali’s social dining setting and buzzing upstairs bar. Rich in every Asian flavour with a predominant Thai influence, the sharing menu will send your tastebuds into a sensory overload at one of Bali’s best restaurants.
Gaze up to Mama San in all her glory while dining and pondering over a travelogue of old-style photographs. Colourful displays of retro-inspired ﬂowers tower up to vintage clocks and a Chinese-patterned mirror.
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One of Bali’s most mesmerising venues is created around a simple concept: to provide an exceptional dining experience within an utterly unique design setting. During the day, solar films and fabrics reflect the heat, yet open up to the light. Throughout one of Bali’s best restaurants, rainwater is captured in translucent roof columns and filtered into breathtaking indoor rivers.
Merah Putih’s Indonesian dishes are served with a traditional and modern twist, designed for sharing and exploring different spices and flavours.
TAC Tip: Receive free desserts at Merah Putih when you shop your copy of Hungry in Bali.
Visit this Taqueria & Tequileria in Seminyak for the best Mexican on the island! A quirky candle altar awaits you when entering the 1960s Acapulco retro-styling heaven before venturing on into its photogenic two-storey interior wonderland.
Besides serving a mouthwatering selection of your usual Mexican suspects such as quesadillas, tacos and ceviche, you will also find one of the best parties in Bali at Motel Mexicola – including dancing on tables and free tequila poured into your mouth!
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CUISINE: Modern Australian breakfast, tapas & tacos
ADDRESS: Corner of Jalan Kayu Aya & Jalan Kayu Jati (enter the pink door at Bali Boat Shed)
OPENING HOURS: Daily, 8am – 11pm
BOOK A TABLE: +62 812 3660 9776
Located on the second level of concept store Bali Boat Shed is the latest masterstroke of the culinary minds behind Seminyak institution Sea Circus. With its utterly photogenic setting, beautiful tableware and creative menu, Neon Palms cannot be missed on your Seminyak adventures!
Indulge in their signature dishes flatbread tacos, fried spiced squid, tuna sashimi and the vegan rice bowl for the ultimate Bali feast. Shop, wine and dine all within the same building – don’t blame us if you go on a spending spree after a few cocktails!
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ADDRESS: Jalan Kunti I 6a, Seminyak
OPENING HOURS: Daily, 8.30am – 11pm
BOOK A TABLE: +62 361 733963
Prepare your tastebuds for some of the best homemade Italian food on the island at this hidden gem. From ravioli filled with ricotta and spinach to delicious gnocchi with sauces of your choice – Rolling Fork specialises in homemade pasta and your tastebuds will rejoice!
Set in an unpretentious, homely-feeling space, it’s the perfect choice for indulging in comfort food at breakfast, lunch or dinner. Don’t go past the burrata as a starter – best paired with a glass of red!
TAC Tip: Enjoy 2-for-1 main meals at Rolling Fork and other exclusive incentives at the Best Restaurants in Bali when you purchase your copy of Hungry in Bali.
Leave Bali behind for a moment and dive into the lusty street food of Saigon in this boisterous Petitenget institution. Think Vietnamese cuisine with a Western twist inspired by well-known Melbourne chef Geoff Lindsay. With a sophisticated yet relaxed, award-winning interior, Saigon Street’s healthy and light sharing dishes will excite your tastebuds.
Soak up the 80s vibe surrounded by the familiar settings of the bright Saigon lights, vintage posters and shades of green.
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It’s time to step out of your beach attire and dress up before stepping into Sarong’s classy restaurant and bar. Refresh yourself with one of its superb cocktails before being ushered to your table to enjoy the award-winning flavours and spices inspired by Asian street food vendors. From the Maduras of Indonesia to the Tamils of Southern India, the food at Sarong represents the authentic flavours of the entire region.
The setting is elegant, comfortable and stylish with a long dark wood bar and bevelled mirrors accentuating high ceilings with flowing drapery that enhances the indoor ambience of a tropical evening.
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You cannot go past this Seminyak institution with its brightly coloured, captivating unique quirky interiors and mouthwatering, day-to-night food offerings. The restaurant, cocktail bar & coffee den will give you a hard time choosing your menu favourites – as they simply have one of the tastiest selection in town for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Bring in the family for an addictive breakfast experience or stop by with your love for a non-pretentious dining experience under fairy lights!
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CUISINE: Thai-inspired street food
ADDRESS: Jalan Raya Kerobokan 86a, Seminyak
OPENING HOURS: Daily, Lunch 12pm – 3pm, Dinner 6.30pm-10.30pm
BOOK A TABLE: +62 878 88 66 1945
Som Chai presents Thai cuisine interpreted through the imaginative use of locally-sourced ingredients not often used in Indonesian cooking. With two menus derived from a diverse range of regional cooking styles, Som Chai encompasses the very essence of excellent Thai food. With a Thai street food inspired menu for lunch, Som Chai offers the experience of the Bangkok and Chiang Mai food stalls with a major twist of Chef Will Meyrick. Dive deeper into Thai inspired food culture with their fine dining menu in the evenings.
Looking for a slightly different experience? The Royal Dining Room pays homage to the era of the first Kings of Siam and hosts between 30 and 100 guests.
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The little cousin to Mamasan and Sarong cannot be missed when adventuring around Seminyak! Tiger Palm serves an abundance of flavours evoking an idyllic island lifestyle. Western inspired, healthy, with its already legendary long board pizzas, Tiger Palm offers every afternoon some of the smoothest DJ sessions of the island.
The concept is based on a Canggu dining experience transposed into the city: from breakfast till late dinner, Tiger Palm embraces the Bali holiday life in a stylish tropical setting.
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THE BEST RESTAURANTS IN CANGGU
One of the first Bali cafés along one of Canggu’s main streets Batu Bolong, Betelnut has not lost its spark and is still one of the best cafés in Canggu! The treehouse-style café made from coconut wood offers a healthy, nutritious and delicious Western menu with a Balinese influence as well as a great view over Canggu’s hustle and bustle.
Whether you’re in the mood for tasty Mexican, traditional Indonesian or burgers & fries – Betelnut will have you covered with menu favourites such as The Fish Burrito, The Bam Bam bowl and Nasi Gila (translation: crazy rice)!
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Address: Next to Tugu Hotel Bali, Jalan Pantai Batu Bolong, Canggu
Book a table: +62 361 4731701
Opening Hours: Daily, 12pm – 12am
Ji Restaurant is located in the heart of Canggu within an ancient 300-year old Chinese temple offering mesmerising Indian Ocean views. Its contemporary Japanese dishes have been co-created by a sushi master and a chef with culinary experiences at global Michelin-starred restaurants.
Be prepared for an outstanding dining experience in the magical ambience of ancient Japan and the East, with playful Japanese and Asian-inspired dishes. Choose between sampling your favourite dish at Ji at Bale Sutra 1706 or head upstairs to the Ji Terrace by The Sea with 180-degree undisturbed ocean views, beautiful sunsets and dining under the stars.
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Enjoy the refined creations from Californian chef Jacob Burrell at Canggu’s newest restaurant concept Parachute. Nestled within layers of lush rice fields, Parachute offers a simple-yet-comforting menu focused on fresh, local produce and a spacious outdoor terrace shaded by a giant 1960’s vintage parachute ceiling.
The new Canggu hotspot also boasts a little deli filled with freshly baked pastries, and a tonic bar featuring adaptogenic lattes, balancing herbal infusions and medicinal goodies straight out of their organic garden.
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CUISINE: Modern Australian with influence from local produce from the island
ADDRESS: Jalan Pura Dalem (next to Old Man’s), Canggu
BOOK A TABLE: +62 361 3351055
OPENING HOURS: Daily, 11am – late
The Lawn was designed to fit right into its beachfront location and showcases the ocean and sunset views they have become famous for. Enjoy a glass of their signature frosé and have a quick dip to cool down after sunbaking on the lawn in their beachfront infinity pool. Move to the sunset deck to end the day and capture the best views of the whole west coast from Uluwatu to Tanah Lot.
Their modern Australian menu is packed with international flavours and cooking techniques with its famed Crispy Whole Fish and The Lawn Grande Chopped Salad but also hearty Mac & Cheese Balls being a crowd favourite!
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The Slow’s restaurant is a contemporary take on ingredient-focused cooking with an island accent. Canggu’s hottest new boutique hotel is a place to rest your bones, stir your senses, and expand your mind. Enjoy your favourite picks of their refined menu to the tunes of a contemporary selection of art and music curated by Reverberation Radio.
Chef Shannon Moran draws upon his travels through Europe, South America and Asia to create an ever-changing menu of revamped classics, injecting bold, new exotic flavours, with an emphasis on seasonality, sustainability and sane eating.
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Explore the spices of Indonesia at the latest concept by the culinary geniuses behind Watercress and Milk & Madu. Ulekan effortlessly combines the abundance of flavours from Indonesia with stylish interiors, delicious drinks & desserts resulting in a Bali must-visit! This well-curated space boasts local and handmade ornate decorations from the lighting to the accessories and a fantastic deli with homegrown products.
Ulekan is reminiscent of past generations to reflect on the rich culture and influence of Indonesian design and cuisine.
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Watercress serves wholesome tasty variants from all-day breakfast and their famous lunch showcase to savoury dinners made with love and only the freshest ingredients. Whether you join them for their heart-shaped coconut pre-surf (don’t forget to take the iconic shot!) or one of their tasty, fresh salads after shopping on Jalan Batu Belig – this renowned Bali café has to be on your must-visit list!
Staying in Ubud? You don’t have to miss out on Watercress goodness! Simply visit their Ubud venue on famed Jalan Monkey Forest.
TAC Tip: Shop the second edition of Hungry in Bali (valid until 31st of July 2019) to receive exclusive privileges at Bali’s Best Restaurants, including complimentary beverages at Watercress.
THE BEST RESTAURANTS IN UBUD
Situated right next to Ubud’s jungle paradise and high over a river valley, Dining Corner at Kayumanis Ubud is one of Ubud’s hidden gems creating the perfect backdrop for a culinary paradise. Soak up the Zen atmosphere while enjoying the most exquisite and authentic Thai and contemporary Asian dishes Ubud has to offer while gazing out into the breathtaking jungle.
Spice up your trip and get a taste of their red Thai curry while experiencing the famed Balinese hospitality firsthand.
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Retreat to Folk Pool and Gardens to take a break from the hustle and bustle of busy Jalan Monkey Forest. Ubud’s first swim up pool bar and twilight pool cinema is located right in the heart of town with private daybeds, teepees and decks lining the pool. From vegetarian to grill options, the talented chefs also bake their sourdough bread in-house, best combined with one of their delicious fresh smoothies.
A fan of their home-made bread? Join their baking workshop led by Chef Roy Qira to learn the skills.
TAC Tip: Receive 2-for-1 main dishes at Folk Ubud and many more amazing incentives across Bali’s Best Restaurants when shopping the second edition of Hungry in Bali (valid until 31st of July 2019).
The Hujan Locale concept is to present fresh ideas, consistently creating everything in-house wherever possible. The kitchen garden and farm provide the vast majority of Hujan’s pantry and the inspiration that comes to the plate. Hujan (meaning ‘rain’) embraces the found and forage food movement right down to the bar menu. Have your cocktail blended, muddled and mixed into an inventive concoction like the enticing beetroot margarita or celery and cucumber martini.
The space casually reflects a cool tropical yet rural setting with an old world Asian charm. A distinct old French Vietnam ambience fills the interior, provincial and yet slightly urbanised.
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CUISINE: Modern cuisine with Indonesian produce
ADDRESS: Jalan Dewi Sita 10, Ubud
BOOK A TABLE: +62 361 977733
OPENING HOURS: Lunch 12pm – 3pm (Tue–Sat), Dinner 6.30pm – 9pm (Mon-Sat)
Prepare yourself and your tastebuds for an unforgettable culinary adventure at food paradise Locavore, a restaurant not to be missed when holidaying in Bali. This contemporary European casual dining venue crafts its food with care and technical finesse while sourcing its seasonal ingredients locally, creating a one-of-a-kind experience.
Vegetarians will get excited for their special designed herbivore menu.
TAC Tip: Receive 15% off your bill at Locavore and many more amazing incentives across Bali’s 60 Best Restaurants when shopping the second edition of Hungry in Bali (valid until 31st of July 2019).
Don’t miss this award-winning garden dining experience at one of the world’s best restaurants! French-American Chef Chris Salans will take your tastebuds on a journey from the high cuisine of Europe and the USA to the great natural abundance of Indonesia with all its mysterious flavours resulting in a mosaic of savours and cultures.
Mozaic is an oasis of ingenuity with different levels of experimentation and unique tasting menus. Chris Salans and his team of sommeliers have collected more than 150 varieties of wines to create unforgettable memories.
TAC Tip: Receive a complimentary course for every tasting menu ordered at Mozaic and many more amazing incentives across Bali’s 60 Best Restaurants when shopping the second edition of Hungry in Bali (valid until 31st of July 2019).
CUISINE: Authentic Indonesian dishes from all over the archipelago
ADDRESS: Jalan Dewi Sita 9c, Ubud
BOOK A TABLE: [email protected]
OPENING HOURS: Lunch Tue – Sun 12pm – 2.30pm, Dinner Mon – Sun 6pm – 9.30pm
A spin-off from Ubud’s famed restaurant Locavore, Nusantara features authentic Indonesian cuisine from all over the archipelago to celebrate the country’s rich culinary heritage and unique flavours. Set in a cosy and stylish interior, Nusantara boasts delicious dishes made only with fresh and seasonal ingredients, much like Locavore.
Here you’ll be able to journey through the delightful tastes of West Java to South Sulawesi and beyond, without leaving the table. Not to be missed on the menu are Daun Kelor Mesanten, Celeng Gesing, and Cakalang Asap.
TAC Tip: Receive 15% off your bill at Nusantara and many more amazing incentives across Bali’s Best Restaurants when shopping the second edition of Hungry in Bali (valid until 31st of July 2019).
CUISINE: Epicurean plant-based
ADDRESS: at Fivelements, Puri Ahimsa Banjar Baturning, Ubud
BOOK A TABLE: Click here.
OPENING HOURS: Daily, 7am – 10pm
For an unforgettable experience of award-winning vegan dining in eco-luxury surroundings, head to Fivelements’ Sakti Dining Room™. Nestled alongside the sacred Ayung River with Ubud’s lush tropical gardens as a backdrop, Sakti Dining Room™ features epicurean plant-based cuisine created to ignite your senses and soul.
Enjoy koi ponds and the serene river sounds nearby, whilst being taken on a culinary journey of nourishing creations made with love, passion and attention.
TAC Tip: Receive 25% off your bill at Sakti Dining Room and many more amazing incentives across Bali’s most amazing 60 venues when shopping the second edition of Hungry in Bali (valid until 31st of July 2019).
You’re looking for an award-winning dining experience that is affordable at the same time? The owner of iconic fine dining restaurant Mozaic Chris Salans has got you covered: French techniques applied to Indonesian ingredients, professional mixologists, culinary theatre, and mouthwatering, innovative dishes.
Prepare yourself for a culinary adventure of all the senses with amazing food to taste and a culinary theatre to watch! Make sure not to miss their cocktail menu, you won’t be disappointed with their wide selection and premium ingredients!
TAC Tip: Receive two complimentary desserts and many more amazing incentives across Bali’s most amazing 60 venues when shopping the second edition of Hungry in Bali (valid until 31st of July 2019).
Enjoy the jungle breeze at Ubud’s one and only rooftop restaurant. Copper Kitchen is known for its seasonal cuisine which thoughtfully features authentic and natural dining options with a generous amount of produce coming from their own earth-friendly farm down the road, Bali’s regional pastures, oceans and forests. End the day with a sunset cocktail from their extensive menu combining exotic ingredients with refined techniques.
Click here to view the entire menu from Copper Kitchen & Bar.
Liap Liap, translating to, the crackling flame of charcoal embers, embodies its name to a tee. Specialising in the combination of exotic grilling and smoking techniques, Liap Liap has redefined Indonesian cuisine with a unique menu that is sure to ignite the senses. Blending authentic flavours with modern culinarily techniques this contemporary Indonesian grill is not to be missed when visiting the jungle town of Ubud.
Head Chef Mandif Warroka crafts unique dishes with bold flavours using only the freshest local produce from land and sea available in markets and local surroundings. From Coconut Smoked Octopus and Hot Pot Clams to the signature Braised Beef Rendang and Smoked Skipjack Tuna, Liap Liap is leading the way in contemporary Indonesian cuisine.
THE BEST RESTAURANTS IN BUKIT PENINSULA
Be prepared to be amazed when entering Di Mare via its charming stone walkway which opens up to a stunning view over Karma Kandara’s famed infinity pool and dramatic cliff tops. This Mediterranean fine dining restaurant focuses on super-fresh ingredients, exotic flavours and classic cooking techniques within a breathtaking setting, resulting in an unforgettable experience.
Enjoy your aperitif in the white Greek-inspired open-air haven while the sun is setting behind the Bukit’s stunning coastline.
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Perched 50 metres above sea level on the rocky heights of Uluwatu lies the Cliff Club El Kabron, boasting one of the most secluded sunsets on the Island of Gods. Get ready to experience a truly Spanish atmosphere including Ibiza house music vibes and delicious seafood, paella and tapas dishes as well as a breathtaking 180-degree view of the Indian Ocean. With 365 days of astonishing sunsets, you cannot miss out on this exquisite Spanish dinner experience in one of Bali’s prime locations, and chill till late to breezy tunes.
Perched high on the cliffs of Bali’s Bukit Peninsula you will find Mana Uluwatu making waves in redefining the concept of island style hospitality and mouth-watering soul food. Standing tall above the stunning grounds of Uluwatu Surf Villas, Mana overlooks iconic views of world-class waves, all while serving up tasty bites from both island and sea. Experience sounds of curated tunes in a relaxed & welcoming ocean front setting.
Drop into the gorgeous open-air, reclaimed teak and ironwood pavilion for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or sunset drinks to enjoy Mana’s colourful menu of Latin and Asian inspired dishes. Poke Nachos on wanton chips, Baja Shrimp Tacos topped with Green Papaya Slaw and Seared Blackened Line Caught Tuna Tacos, both which come on handmade corn tortillas, are just some of the offerings. All is served with a side of stunning ocean views. The views, the food and the good vibes are all best enjoyed with a Mana cocktail in hand – try the Spiced Espresso Martini and whatever you do, don’t go past the Lilikoi Mojito!
Located on Uluwatu’s eat street Jalan Labuansait, Rolling Fork offers some of the best homemade Italian food you’ll enjoy on the island. From ravioli filled with ricotta and spinach to delicious gnocchi with sauces of your choice – Rolling Fork specialises in homemade pasta and your tastebuds can tell. Also, pizza lovers won’t be left out with a mouthwatering selection of wood-oven goodness!
Set in an unpretentious, homely-feeling space, it’s the perfect choice for indulging in comfort food at breakfast, lunch or dinner. Don’t go past the burrata as a starter – best paired with a glass of red!
TAC Tip: Shop the second edition of Hungry in Bali (valid until 31st of July 2019) to receive exclusive privileges at one of Bali’s Best Restaurants, including 2-for-1 main dishes at Rolling Fork Padang Padang.
Single Fin is the ultimate must-visit venue in Uluwatu with its large balcony overlooking the dramatic cliffside, boasting stunning views of the spiritual home of surfing. Days at this laid-back surfer’s favourite are accompanied by the tastiest of fusion cocktails while watching the surfers ride the waves of Bali’s famed surf break. Enjoy their delicious sharing plates with your friends from one of the island’s best sunset locations to the tunes of renowned resident DJs.
Join the hip crowds for one of the island’s most hyped Sunday sessions for a dance under the stars.
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CUISINE: Vegetarian focus
ADDRESS: Jalan Pantai Bingin 9
BOOK A TABLE: +62 859 5378 9675
OPENING HOURS: Daily, 8am – 10pm
A must-visit when venturing around the beautiful Bingin area on Bali’s Bukit peninsula, The Cashew Tree is one of the best cafés in the south. Serving healthy fresh food along with mouthwatering smoothies and juices all day, it will quickly evolve into your all-time favourite! Once you have tried their Chicken Teriyaki bowl, Bento boxes and Açai bowls, you will come back for more!
Join The Cashew Tree for the hottest party in Bingin every Thursday with live music and DJ!
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HUNGRY IN BALI – THE ULTIMATE BALI DINING GUIDE WITH UNIQUE PRIVILEGES
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