Bali is a great holiday destination for people who are looking to unwind in its lush tropical greenery and its amazing blue beaches… Besides having a blast under the sun, filling up one’s tummy might be the next most important thing on the To-Do list.
And if you are looking for a satisfying gastronomical experience unlike any other, you are in luck!
Food on Fork has done the footwork for you to uncover some of Bali’s best cafes and restaurants that are simply to die for.
1. Life on the Juice
Fancy some cold-pressed juice by the beach? Head down to Padma Beach and if you manage to spot the vintage Volkswagen Kombi, you’re in the right place! Order a juice in any combination you like and chill-out by the bean bags on the beach.
Life on the Juice Jl Padma, Padma Beach Kuta 80361 Opening hours / Information: Monday to Sunday: 8am to 10pm +62 819 3609 3690 Facebook | Instagram Price: ●●●●●
Dine al-fresco in the middle of a lush green padi(rice) field with a panoramic view to die for! Can’t make up your mind what to eat? No fret, enjoy the best of Western and Indonesian cuisine right at Nook.
NOOK Jalan Umalas I, Denpasar Bali, Indonesia 80361 Opening hours / Information: Monday to Sunday: 8am to 11pm +62 361 8475 625 Facebook | Instagram Price: ●●●●●
3. Watercress Cafe
If you are looking for a place with wholesome, healthy and delicious all-day brunch, you should definitely pay a visit to Watercress Cafe, located in the up and coming area of Canggu.
Watercress Cafe Jl Batu Belig #21a Kerobokan, Bali Opening hours / Information: Monday to Sunday: 7.30am to 11.30pm +62 361 7808 030 Facebook | Instagram | Website Price: ●●●●●
4. Cafe Organic Bali
Are you on eat-clean or detox diet? Because Cafe Organic’s menu got you covered. Choose from a wide range of superfoods and say goodbye to cheat day because organic food never tasted this good!
Cafe Organic Jl. Petitenget 99X, Seminyak Bali, Indonesia 80361 Opening hours / Information: Monday to Sunday: 7.00am to 4pm +62 821 4648 9669 firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook | Instagram | Website Price: ●●●●●
5. The Fat Turtle
Rock your cheat day and indulge at The Fat Turtle, one of the best cafes in South Bali serving deliciously sinful breakfasts!
The Fat Turtle Jalan Petitenget No. 886A Seminyak Opening hours / Information: Monday to Sunday: 8am to 6pm +62 813-3737-4766 Facebook | Instagram Price: ●●●●●
6. The Bistrot
Discreetly situated behind a beautiful temple by the roadside on the very popular ‘Eat Street’ of the Seminyak area of southern Bali, The Bistrot has been conceptualized with a distinct industrial-vintage feel.
The Bistrot Jalan Kaya Aya No. 117 Seminyak, Bali Opening hours / Information: Monday to Sunday: 7.30am to 11pm +62 361-738-308 email@example.com Facebook | Instagram | Website Price: ●●●●●
7. Bo & Bun
A cafe specialising in Vietnamese fusion food, located along the Jalan Seminyak stretch in Bali. Drawing influence from other Asian cuisines such as Thai and Korean, you will be able to find fusion dishes such as Pad Thai with a Vietnamese twist, as well as Bulgogi Fries on the menu.
Bo and Bun Jl. Raya Basangakasa No. 26 Seminyak, Bali 80361 Opening hours / Information: Monday to Sunday: 10.00am to 10.30pm +62 859 3549 3484 firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook | Instagram | Website Price: ●●●●●
A modern contemporary restaurant that prides itself after its unique signature menu and beautifully plated dishes. Located along the scenic Jimbaran stretch in Bali, Cuca sources and carefully selects its ingredients exclusively from Indonesia to maximise freshness and quality, as well as to support local farmers, bringing out the uniqueness of delicious local produce.
Cuca Jl. Yoga Perkanthi, Jimbaran, Bali, Indonesia Opening hours / Information: Monday to Sunday: 12pm to 12am +62 3617 08066 email@example.com Facebook | Instagram | Website Price: ●●●●●