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MUST-TRY ! Best Restaurants in Canggu Pererenan – UPDATED 2023

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Here is a list of some of the best restaurants in Canggu:

1. Mason Bali – This restaurant is known for its farm-to-table dining experience and provides exceptional service. The staff is knowledgeable about the menu and ingredients, and they offer a great wine selection.


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2. LACI Bali – The restaurant offers a coveted set of elegance and modern Indonesian cuisine. The service is friendly and attentive, and the staff are happy to explain the menu and make recommendations. You can plan a corporate event, birthday party, or family gathering, our team will ensure that your event runs smoothly and exceeds your expectations.


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3. Twelve Urban Cafe – This popular spot a variety of dining experiences, including delicious breakfasts, lunch and stylish cocktail bars, with the Combo Brunch available for only 90K. The staff is friendly and accommodating, and they provide great recommendations. The transition from day to night brings a different vibe, where the ambiance becomes elegant yet still casual – the ideal spot for your favorite hangout in the heart of Canggu.

4. Bottega Italiana – This restaurant serves authentic Italian cuisine in a stylish setting, and the service is impeccable. The staff is knowledgeable about the menu and wine selection, and they offer great recommendations.

5. La Brisa – This beachfront restaurant offers stunning views of the ocean and provides excellent service. The staff is friendly and attentive, and they provide recommendations on the menu and cocktails.


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6. Nook – Nook is known for its picturesque rice paddy views and provides excellent service. The staff is knowledgeable about the menu and ingredients, and they provide recommendations. The restaurant also offers a great selection of vegetarian and vegan options.


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7. Fishbone Local – This restaurant serves seafood dishes made with locally-sourced ingredients and provides great service. The staff is knowledgeable about the menu and provides recommendations on dishes and cocktails.

8. The Avocado Factory – We have a deep love for avocados and could eat them at every meal. Avocado toast, avocado in our burgers, avocado in our smoothie bowls, and we might as well add chunks of avocado to our dipping sauces too! The Avocado Factory shares our passion for nature’s green gift and has created an avocado bar that overlooks the rice fields of Canggu. It’s the first avocado bar in Bali and all of their dishes use local avocados from Bali and Java. For breakfast, you can try their Avo Pancakes, for lunch, their spicy avocado mash on sourdough (with an extra kick of chilli dust), and end your meal with an avo-licious chocolate mousse. Everything on their menu is all about avocados, ready for you to enjoy!

9. Sa’Mesa – Sa’Mesa is a unique Italian dining experience in Canggu that exudes an air of exclusivity and feels like you’re dining in the chef’s own home. Inspired by La Nonna Carmela, who invited anyone in the town for dinner, Sa’Mesa offers a theatrical dining concept that brings together a small group of diners for a delectable Italian feast of about 18 surprise dishes and wine, cocktail, or mocktail pairing throughout the evening. With the menu changing every night, Sa’Mesa offers exceptional Italian-inspired dishes like tuna crudo, grilled octopus, and homemade king prawn fettuccine. The chef runs the open kitchen every night, ensuring that no two dinner experiences are the same. Reservations are essential if you want to secure a seat, and the Negroni is a must-try before leaving. Sa’Mesa is perfect for big groups or a unique date night.

10. Maize – Maize is a trendy eatery in Canggu that serves contemporary cuisine with a Latin twist. Head chef Jethro Vincent incorporates local and seasonal produce, as well as imported ingredients from Latin America and Asia, into his dishes, resulting in a wholesome and honest dining experience. The restaurant offers a vegan menu to cater to the plant-based community. The alfresco outdoor patio is an ideal spot to enjoy your meal. Start with Hokkaido scallop tostadas, and then try wood-roasted cabbage or Chef’s Choice menu. After dinner, you can head upstairs to Behind The Green Door, a speakeasy-style cocktail bar and lounge.


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11. Zali – Zali is a Lebanese restaurant located on the main Pererenan strip that offers a modern take on authentic Lebanese cuisine. The restaurant has a warm and friendly atmosphere that makes it a perfect spot to relax, eat, and observe Bali life. The story behind Zali is that it originated from a Lebanese grandmother’s love for cooking and bringing people together to enjoy delicious food. The menu features the grandmother’s best recipes, with a focus on natural, healthy, and high-quality ingredients. There is also an ample selection of vegetarian and vegan options. Some of the popular dishes include falafel saj, chicken shawarma, tabbouleh salad, and various mezzeh plates. Don’t forget to save some room for dessert as the Zalitella saj with chocolate spread, banana, and toasted hazelnut, and the homemade Ashta ice-cream are a must-try.

12. Mile-End Kitchen + Bar – Located near Echo Beach, offers a modern and trendy atmosphere, emphasizing local and fresh produce straight from the source. This Canadian-run establishment in Canggu pays homage to Montreal’s hip Mile-End neighborhood, famous for its traditional bagel shops, independent music stores, trendy brunch spots, and lively cocktail bars. Mile-End Kitchen + Bar gives you a taste of this lively neighborhood. While the dinner menu is excellent, the breakfast and brunch plates are the best, especially on Sundays when they offer a boozy brunch with a two-for-one mimosa deal. However, regardless of the day you visit, Mile-End will provide a great deal, friendly staff, and plenty of Sangria pitchers to share.


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13. Baked – For a satisfying brunch and bakery experience, visit one of the two Baked locations in Berawa or Pererenan. Indulge in deliciously poached eggs, warm, freshly baked artisanal sourdough, and scrumptious, buttery croissants that are half the size of your head. Baked offers a Mediterranean-inspired brunch menu that includes Korean honey toasts, chewy bagels, and fluffy scrambled eggs. Moreover, you can satisfy your sweet tooth with treats like Pastel De Nata, cruffins, and baklava.


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14. Crate Cafe – This trendy coffee shop is a popular spot among Canggu’s fashionable crowd, indicating that it’s definitely worth checking out. Situated on a tranquil alleyway just off Batu Bolong, it features striking industrial decor, eye-catching murals, and a lengthy queue every morning. However, don’t be concerned as the quick service ensures that you won’t have to wait long for their delicious smoothie bowls or amazing coffee, and you can also peruse their high-end boutique while you wait.


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15. Nude – When you walk into Nude, it feels like you’re visiting a friend’s home. The staff are known for their warmth and hospitality, and this small and peaceful café is conveniently located close to the bustling Berawa beach. Nude offers a fantastic variety of food that caters to everyone’s preferences, whether you’re a vegetarian, vegan, or meat-eater. Additionally, they serve delicious smoothies, cocktails, poke bowls, and excellent coffee. We adore the cafe’s modern design as well.


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16. Honey Kitchen – Honey Kitchen is a chic cafe and restaurant situated in the calm Pererenan area, with an elegant white decor adorned with gold and black accents. The menu is equally stylish, with a strong emphasis on utilizing fresh, organic ingredients from both local and international sources. This approach results in exceptional brunch options such as the salmon and quinoa bowl, coconut hot cakes, and wholesome sides such as charred eggplant served with pomegranate a


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17. Ruko Cafe – Ruko is an excellent option if you’re looking for breakfast or brunch any time of day. They serve healthy food made from local ingredients and a unique Indonesian coffee blend that you won’t find anywhere else. The café has an industrial, tropical atmosphere that perfectly captures Melbourne’s café culture and island vibes. Ruko is a great place to grab a bite after a morning surf or simply sit and observe people all day long.


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18. Neighbourhood Food – Neighbourhood is a quaint cafe and coffee shop in Berawa that prides itself on using fresh local produce from artisanal makers to create Australian-inspired cuisine. Their menu offers slow breakfasts, relaxed afternoon bites, and weekend brunches that are both fresh and healthy. They prioritize local produce and recommend trying their signature dish, the Hood Benedict, made with confit potato hash, soft eggs, jalapeño hollandaise, and a choice of smoked salmon, halloumi or bacon. Their lunch menu features delicious options like sweet potato and lentil fritters, chicken salads, and crispy skin barramundi with local greens and a lemon-herb dressing.

19. Sensorium Bali –  Sensorium Bali may look minimalistic from the outside, but inside this “elevated brunch restaurant” you’ll find a multi-sensory experience that aims to activate, challenge, and satisfy all five senses, not just your taste buds. Expect innovative modern Australian cuisine with an Asian twist that pushes boundaries, such as the Textural of Mushrooms (a dish made with sautéed and fried wild mushrooms and seaweed paste on rye), brunch ramen with a 62-degree sous vide egg, and the signature Bulgogi BBQ Beef Burger, a Korean-style burger loaded with homemade pickled daikon, spring onion, coriander, and charred lime. In short, Sensorium Bali is not your typical brunch spot.

20. Touché – Touché is a chic café in Pererenan that will transport you to Seminyak with its stylish décor and urban-inspired menu. Located just a stone’s throw away from the beach, this cafe attracts Pererenan’s most fashionable diners who indulge in matcha cappuccinos, truffle gnocchi, and crisp tuna tataki salads. The menu spans from breakfast to lunch and even includes tapas, offering dishes such as fluffy soufflé pancakes and breakfast burritos, followed by Mediterranean-inspired mains and desserts. You can also enjoy people-watching while sipping on an iced double espresso with cocoa and orange-infused milk, making Touché the perfect place to soak up Pererenan’s vibrant atmosphere.


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21. Shelter – A popular Seminyak cafe, has expanded to Pererenan with a new evening atmosphere, surrounded by jungle and an updated menu. The menu takes a unique approach to Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine with a modern twist. A must-try is the roasted eggplant with coriander oil, labneh and pomegranate molasses. Start your meal with a flatbread spread with fluffy whipped chickpeas and smoked paprika oil, then move on to the wood-roasted salmon with paprika, raisins, pine nuts and green olives, or the chermoula-crusted chicken with herbs, spices, tahini and burnt lemon. Don’t forget to indulge in Shelter’s signature Espresso Martini.


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22. Skool Kitchen – The latest eatery in Canggu, is a collaboration between top Bali foodies Tai Buddha and Adam McAsey, and boasts a prime oceanfront location. The restaurant’s menu is centered around open-fire cooking, fusing contemporary culinary techniques with primitive cooking methods. Every dish is infused with the smoky flavor of natural wood and charcoal embers, such as the wood-fired bone marrow served with garlic and toast or the slow-roasted eggplant with currant relish and cashews. Skool Kitchen’s artisanal cocktails are also influenced by the flames, like the Burnt Lemon Daiquiri, making it the perfect spot to savor a cocktail while watching a stunning Bali sunset over the waves.


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23. Luma – An exceptional Mediterranean restaurant founded by two renowned chefs: Cameron Emirali from 10 Greek Street in London and Kieran Morland from Seminyak’s Sangsaka and Merah Putih. The cuisine is a combination of Southern Europe’s traditional dishes and Bali’s native ingredients, resulting in rustic meals that are innovative and distinctive. The menu features dishes such as tiger prawn fettuccine, artichoke and mint burrata, and pearl scallop tartare. Luma’s kitchen has a charcoal grill and a custom-built, transparent wood-burning oven as its focal point. The wine list is carefully chosen, and the cocktail list incorporates local ingredients to add a tropical twist to the classics.


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24. Lacalita Bar Y Cocina – A well-known and beloved restaurant in Canggu, is a top pick for those seeking delicious Mexican cuisine, tequila, and tacos. It’s situated in the vibrant Batu Bolong area and boasts a contemporary atmosphere that’s perfect for partying, complete with colourful booths and stunning local artwork, as well as many nods to modern Mexican cocktail lounges. The menu is a must-try, with fresh Latino-inspired dishes that will make your taste buds dance, like snapper ceviche with lime and ginger leche de tigre, signature Baja fish tacos with tempura barramundi and jalapeño-lime aioli, and 48-hour wood smoked brisket. Don’t forget to pair your meal with the kale salad and several rounds of the famous Lacalaca jalapeño-infused margarita. It’s muy picante!


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25. Mosto – The first natural wine bar in Indonesia, offers a laid-back atmosphere inspired by the neo-bistros of Paris and the thriving wine bar scene in Sydney. It was created by a group of six industry leaders from Bali’s pioneering Mexicola Group, including Da Maria, Luigi’s, Uni, and Motel Mexicola. With decades of experience, this talented group has developed an innovative food menu that includes dishes like beef tartare with umami yolk and sage tempura, as well as a drinks list with over 70 low-intervention wines and zero-waste cocktails. Special events, international wine fairs, and rare cuvées are all part of the Mosto experience.


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26. Ji Terrace By The Sea – A rooftop restaurant in Canggu that offers stunning ocean views, a boho-chic atmosphere, and delicious Asian fusion cuisine. This colorful and cultural spot is the perfect place to watch the sunset while enjoying signature dishes such as the Dragon of Ji sushi roll and Japanese-style salmon carpaccio. The menu also features creative cocktails, including the Coco Sexo and Gin & Tea, which infuse Indonesian elements and green tea syrup. The restaurant’s design is full of vibrant touches, and its location provides an ideal setting for wining, dining, and sunset swooning.

27. Santanera – A restaurant in Canggu that serves contemporary tapas plates of Latin-American fusion cuisine. The ambiance is sleek and stylish, and the menu offers a diverse selection of dishes from different continents and cultures. The restaurant prides itself on using organic farm-to-plate produce, which is showcased in the variety of smoked, whipped, and marinated delicacies on offer. Must-tries include the sea bream ceviche, chargrilled octopus, Black Angus striploin, and Colombian corn cake. The restaurant features a bright and spacious lounge area, as well as a rooftop with ocean views that can be accessed via an enormous spiral staircase. Enjoy a sunset aperitivo and choose from their bountiful wine cellar to complete your dining experience. Santanera is open daily from 6 pm.


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28. Alma Tapas Bar – To enjoy a night out with your partner and indulge in some delicious food and drinks, this tapas bar in the neighbourhood is the perfect spot. Alma offers a variety of shared plates, artisan cocktails, wines, and refreshing sangria, providing endless reasons to keep coming back. Their menu features mouth-watering Spanish dishes such as pork belly with Canarian mojo picon sauce, squid stuffed with chorizo, pork belly, apples and onions, and mushroom croquettes with truffle aioli for those who are health-conscious. And their house wines are not to be missed! Alma Tapas Bar is located on Jl Pantai Berawa No. 88, Canggu and is open daily from 3 pm.


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29. Smoke – The restaurant Smoke is aptly named for their focus on smoky, slow-cooked meats, seafood, and even vegetarian options such as mushrooms and tempeh. Their mastery of low and slow cooking techniques is evident, with some meats cooked for over 18 hours. The dining experience at Smoke is unique, with an outdoor tented dining area and a prominent fire pit that adds to the ambiance. This barbecue restaurant is situated in the midst of rice fields and glows with a golden hue during sunset, reminiscent of the embers of their charcoal grill. It’s best enjoyed with friends or family.


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30. One Eyed Jack – If you’re looking to make an impression on your date, head to this chic Japanese restaurant, where you can enjoy traditional dishes with a modern twist. Start your meal off with a Japanese whisky cocktail and bask in the sophisticated and uncluttered atmosphere of this small eatery. The chef has received training from Nobu, so anticipate high-quality dishes, such as the crispy rice with spicy tuna bites and eel sauce.

31. Penny Lane – A popular and stylish venue with a stunning architecture, serving up delicious tapas and cocktails. The trendy interior is adorned with alternative art, indoor plants and vintage chandeliers, making it a favorite spot for the hip crowd in Canggu. The menu boasts of various dishes to share, including schnitzels, burgers, and loaded fries, as well as local delicacies and healthy salads. Highlights of the menu include fresh guacamole on Turkish bread, gold-fried calamari with a secret spice and hummus, and the Poutine Burger or Chicken Parmigiana. Along with the food, they also serve signature cocktails, making it a must-visit spot in town.


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32. Moana Fish Eatery – A one-stop destination for seafood aficionados, where you can indulge in Polynesian cuisine, shop at the fresh fish market, or sip on a smoothie or juice. From poke bowls and sashimi to carpaccio and tartare, Moana offers a range of dishes that reflect the flavors of the Aloha Islands. You’ll know you’re in the right place when you see the growing queue outside from 7 pm, so be sure to call ahead if you don’t want to keep your date waiting.

33. Billy Ho – To create a menu of comforting Asian cuisine in Canggu, Chef Will Meyrick, known as Asia’s unstoppable Street Food Chef, founded Billy Ho, which incorporates gourmet techniques. The talented Chef Tom Lavery also joined to make sure sustainability and local produce are at the forefront of the menu. To start, you should order several little nibbles to share such as Pork Miso Cabbage Shimeji Gyoza or sashimi of the catch-of-the-day. Then, move onto the nduja-spiced dry aged tuna tartare served with squid ink sago cracker, miso smoked garlic, ponzu, charred corn, and crushed hazelnuts. Glazed lamb shoulder with charred miso-braised cabbage, mandarin pancakes, wombok kimchi, and Chinese smashed cucumber, and grilled fish with traditional Sambal Belacan are must-try main dishes. The cocktails at Billy Ho are top-notch too, so try the Asian Daiquiri with rum, honey pineapple, ginger flower syrup, lemon, and chilli flakes, or Billy Ho Chilli Margarita.


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34. Good Mantra – Good Mantra is a vegan restaurant located near the beach in Berawa. The renowned vegan chef, Dom Hammond, prepares fresh plant-based dishes using ingredients from local farms. The restaurant makes everything in-house, from the nut-milks to the relishes and sauces. Their menu offers pancakes with whipped coconut cream and avocado and herbed hummus on sourdough for breakfast, and salads and stuffed sandwiches for lunch, made with seasonal baked vegetables and plant-based mayo. They also have a bar where Anya Montague, the mixologist, creates cocktails and mocktails inspired by Bali’s landscapes and seasons.


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35. The Shady Shack – To match its name, this rice field shack on the roadside features shaded seating areas with a shabby chic atmosphere. It’s a vegetarian haven with a menu that is entirely meat-free and incredibly healthy. The nori bowl, vegan burgers, and raw banoffee cheesecake are among our favorites. You can refresh yourself with a cold coconut or a long black, or better yet, boost your immune system with a turmeric latte. Don’t miss it! The Shady Shack is located at Jl Tanah Barak No. 57, Canggu, and is open daily from 7 am to 10 pm.


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36. Pels Supershop – Pels Supershop is a popular vegan cafe and shop that has gained a lot of fans since its opening. The fact that non-vegans also love it speaks volumes about the quality of the food, especially the fully loaded burrito and the creamy cheesy lasagne. The taste is amazing, considering the dishes are also healthy. The atmosphere is laid back, and overall, we give it a thumbs up!


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37. Burgreens – Burgeens is a vegan restaurant situated in the center of Canggu, which is referred to as a “Plant-Based Paradise.” It is a joint creation between Burgreens, a leading Indonesian chain of plant-based food, and Green Rebel, an Indonesian food tech startup that specializes in all-natural plant-based meats and cheeses with genuine Asian flavors. The menu is packed with plant-based rendang, the Mighty Mushroom Burger, a beef-free steak, and vegan boba, as well as our favorite, the Burgreen-style Maranggi satay platter with beefless skewers, brown rice, teriyaki tempeh, and salad with sambal matah dressing. Moreover, the restaurant offers a stunning ambiance with open interiors that offer an excellent view of Canggu’s picturesque rice fields.

38. I am Vegan Babe – I Am Vegan Babe is not just an ordinary vegan cafe, it is an innovative and trendsetting establishment that takes plant-based cuisine to the next level. Their menu features mouthwatering club sandwiches filled with plant-based “turkey”, creamy vegannaise, and realistic fake-on that tastes like bacon. Their chunky sandwiches are packed with impossibly cheesy goodness that sticks to the roof of your mouth and melts into a delicious gooiness. Their burgers are incredibly large, juicy, and satisfying, almost comparable to beef burgers. One must-try item is the enormous Buffalo Chik Wing Burger, which is our top pick. Additionally, the cafe’s tropi-chic interiors have a glass-cabinet display of vegan cakes, which take centre stage. I Am Vegan Babe is located at Jl Tanah Barak No. 49, Canggu, and is open daily from 7am to 10pm.


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39. GIVE Cafe – A vegan eatery that follows the Nasi Campur style of serving Indonesian food, just like a typical warung, but with a unique plant-based twist. Their menu comprises meatless chicken and pork, a variety of vegetables, as well as cruelty-free sauces and sambals. However, the cafe is more than just a place to eat; it is a charitable establishment. GIVE Cafe donates all of its profits to charity. So, while you enjoy your shroom satay or Nasi Goreng with an added vegan fried egg, your meal could contribute to saving a puppy’s life or constructing recycling facilities in nearby villages. Everything on the menu is entirely vegan, non-profit, and, most importantly, incredibly tasty.


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40. Yuki – A trendy Japanese izakaya situated along the beautiful Batu Bolong seafront in Canggu. This modern restaurant offers innovative dishes like tuna truffle sushi, nori ahi tacos, and vegan yakitori. The menu is a mix of high-quality ingredients and contemporary twists, complemented by a superb selection of drinks. Yuki’s beachfront location and stylish decor create an appealing atmosphere. It’s a popular spot, and guests can enjoy classic cocktails, cold beers, and hot sake along with some of the best Japanese cuisine available on the island.


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41. Uni Restaurant & Bar – A remarkable Japanese-inspired restaurant and bar, brought to you by the renowned Mexicola Group in Bali. The eatery boasts a creative and stylish atmosphere with an array of Asian influences fused with contemporary cooking techniques that combine locally sourced seafood and farm-fresh produce. Signature dishes such as roasted Barramundi, pork, ginger, and shiso gyoza showcase the culinary magic created by star chef Steven Skelly and drinks gurus Denny Bakiev and Jordy Outra. The a la carte menu is perfect for grazing or opt for the tasting menu to share and pair with an experimental cocktail, sake, or natural wine. With eclectic artwork adorning the walls, Uni Restaurant & Bar is a sophisticated yet casual fine diner not to be missed in Canggu.


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42. Chow Chow – If you are a fan of the contemporary Asian fusion cuisine at Ling-Ling’s in Seminyak, then you will be delighted to know that Chow Chow, its little sister, has opened in Canggu. The kitchen team serves up a variety of dishes including Wagyu wasabi tacos, tom yum fried rice, and unique rolls such as the Fist of Unicorn which is a combination of rendang and tagliatelle. You can wash it all down with some amazing cocktails like the Lemongrass Negroni or the Japanese pomelo margarita with chilli lime salt.


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43. TYGR Sushi – This hand-roll bar serves up exceptional nori rolls and sushi plates made fresh to order, foregoing the questionable sushi train. With a combination of still-warm rice, crispy nori, and incredibly fresh fillings, you’re guaranteed to impress your date. The industrial-Japanese decor adds to the dining experience, and a Sake or Sapporo drink completes the meal. TYGR Sushi is located on Jl Pantai Berawa No. 999x in Berawa, and is open every day from 11am to 11pm.


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44. Ulekan – Ulekan is the latest culinary sensation from The Good Food Brotherhood, known for their popular eateries Milk & Madu and Watercress. With a focus on Indonesian home-style cooking served in a more refined setting, this Canggu gem boasts traditional dishes, stylish décor, and tempting drinks and desserts. Don’t miss out on their extensive sambal menu, and be sure to catch their live music and Balinese dancing events for an added bonus. Open daily from noon.


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45. Folie Kitchen & Patisserie – Chef Stephane Simond has combined Asian flavors with French cuisine at Folie, creating an exceptional bistro-style menu. Their “love for good food” philosophy offers a wide range of delicious dishes and bakery treats at this popular Canggu spot. Don’t miss out on their famous High Tea towers, especially if you visit in the afternoon.


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46. Synkonah – Chef Locki Waddell brings his take on classic Mediterranean cuisine to the tables at Synkonah, with a focus on traditional techniques presented in a contemporary style. For those who prefer to sleep in, the breakfast menu is available until noon, offering dishes such as the vegetarian-friendly Shakshuka, which features gooey eggs cooked in a spicy tomato harissa sauce. You can also drop in for dinner and sample the comforting menu, starting with green pea falafel, followed by the braised lamb shoulder, and finishing with a pavlova dessert. Synkonah is located at Jl Pantai Berawa No. 99C, Tibubeneng, and is open daily from 7am.


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47. Riviera Bistro – Riviera Bistro brings French and Mediterranean cuisine and fresh seafood to the bustling Berawa area, after its success on the French Riviera. The restaurant also serves as a wine bar. You can savor the 90-gram cheese selection with honey comb, or try the orecchiette with red prawns and zucchini flowers, or the charred mackerel on garden salad.


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48. Pizza Fabricca – Fabbrica, known for its traditional wood-fired ovens, is one of the top pizza places in Canggu. Their pizzas are crispy and thin with a slight char and loaded with authentic Italian ingredients. Their creamy burrata is a must-try. The Capricciosa, with mushroom, ham, black olives, salami, and artichokes, is a crowd favorite, but you can also try the Quattro Stagioni for a taste of everything. Don’t miss out on that burrata! Fabbrica is located on Jl Batu Mejan and is open daily from 10am.

49. Milano Restaurant and Bar – If you’re looking for a chic, cosmopolitan setting, Milano Restaurant and Bar is the place to go. The sleek design and sophisticated decor transport you to a bustling piazza in central Rome. The bar is the main attraction, where expert mixologists concoct Michelin-quality cocktails that will add some glamour to your happy hour. The menu offers a range of light bites, pizza, cold cuts, nibbles, and delicious pasta dishes. It’s the perfect spot to enjoy a leisurely lunch or a relaxed evening. And don’t forget about Ladies Night on Wednesdays, when cocktails are half-price!

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Angeline Karina

A vibrant soul living her best life in the tropical paradise of Bali, Indonesia. Born with an insatiable curiosity for flavors and a passion for the written word, Angeline has seamlessly blended her love for food and writing into a delectable journey.

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