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Here are some of the newest restaurant in Bali with the service they provide: 

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  • Bar Vera Canggu

Bar Vera, a recently launched component of Pererenan’s boutique Further Hotel, pays homage to the neighborhood bars and bistros of Europe, where fashionable guests unwind over delectable fare, delicious beverages, and wonderful conversation. And with its contemporary city vibes and Parisian-inspired décor, it is the ideal spot to trade, share, and enjoy each produce-driven meal that has been expertly crafted utilizing traditional methods, contemporary twists, and local flavors. Consider lychee soufflé with coconut gelato, beef tartare with sambal, and charcoal-roasted chicken. It goes without saying that the drink menu at bar Vera, where European wines and cocktails are flung from the dimly lit bar, is worth a trip alone. Did we also mention that the latest invention from the unstoppable Mason Group is Bar Vera? Why even continue?

  • KYND Canggu

The island’s favorite plant-based cafe KYND has officially launched a second branch in Canggu, moving from Seminyak to Canggu with love (and a whole lotta vegan deliciousness). You can now discover all of your favorite KYND signatures in the ‘Gu, that is for sure. For brunch or lunch, chow down on the insta-famous Paradise Pancakes paired with coconut ice cream or the buffalo cauliflower wings and salad bowls. Come back and enjoy some of the most unusual pizza toppings we have ever seen, including Tandoori cheeken, smoked vegan ham, and temperoni, to mention a few. All of this is presented in the distinctively tropical-pink interiors of KYND.

  • Brasserie Republique Sanur

Brasserie République, a genuine Parisian-style cafe in Bali’s laid-back eastern district, is the ideal pit stop for a relaxed yet elegant (ala 1920s) dining experience. The brasserie, which is situated on Sanur’s bustling food strip, is a great place to start your day with a flavorful cup of coffee and a gooey chocolate lava cake with a scoop of ice cream on the side. Alternately, drop by for lunch and supper to indulge in sumptuous French favorites. Try Coq au Vin, a bone-in chicken dish that is the culinary crown jewel of France, or the steak au Poivre, which is served with green pepper sauce and french fries. And whatever you do, make sure to indulge in a glass of the fine wine selection at the bar before leaving. Good appetite!

  • The Bakers Bistro Seminyak

The Bakers Bistro, the newest culinary attraction under the direction of acclaimed Chef Nic Philips, fuses a modern bistro with an artisan bakery. You can not go wrong with the bistro’s all-day smashed avocado or freshly baked croissants, which go great with a house-blend coffee or even a Espresso Martini (brunch cocktails, anyone?). The bistro serves classic bistro fare for breakfast, brunch, and lunch. Better still, choose the Big Benny Brunch Deal, which includes a side of coffee, seasonal fruits, Greek yoghurt, and granola, as well as The Bakers Bistro’s signature eggs benny on house focaccia with ham and hollandaise. After that, you will want to return for lunch so you may nibble on the homemade pasta dishes, Australian Angus beef burger, or steak and fries. Also, there are lots of options that are gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian!

  • Cha Ching Clan Canggu

Cha Ching Clan is an eclectic bistro that pays respect to the area of China where Russia, Korea, and Mongolia meet. It is billed as the first restaurant in Indonesia to serve Dngbi cuisine from Northeast China. Chefs Shifu Dabo and Shifu Yan, locals of Dngbi, are in charge of the kitchen, which expertly combines exotic herbs and spices with the finest locally available products. Veggie-friendly hot soy salad with shiitake mushrooms, soybeans, and beancurd sticks is a great way to start your trip to Asia. Follow that with the stir-fried Northern Jade Okra with shimeji mushrooms and tofu and the Emperor Seafood Platter, a shared treasure including the catch-of-the-day. Finish with the Sweet Prosperity, a delicious sweet potato and yam combination served in a sugar-spinning bird’s nest. And do not leave without trying some of the most inventive drinks we have ever seen. There is nothing like sipping a drink that reminds you of Bruce Lee giving you a kick, or the sweet and sour One In a Melon, which is served inside of a watermelon.

  • Takumi Seminyak

Takumi, also known as master of a craft, is an elite Seminyak restaurant that accepts reservations exclusively and is unlike anything else on the island. Chef Daijiro Horikoshi, a specialist in the art of Kaiseki, creates a nine-course menu with excellent presentation utilizing products that honor each season. The freshest vegetables from Bali is expertly combined with premium items on the frequently-changing menu that come all the way from Japan. You can expect only the best, from organic veggies to Wagyu meat and foie gras to fresh sashimi and nigiri. To obtain the whole Takumi dining experience, all of this is best eaten along with the sake selection and wine matching.

  • Ikan Nusa Dua

Ikan is a casual restaurant by day and a chic bar and restaurant by night, both of which are located directly on the beachfront of The Westin Resort Nusa Dua in Bali. You may feast on fresh seafood mixed with the greatest regional delicacies and Indonesian flavors inside of its open-air environment, thatched ceiling, and Balinese-inspired décor. Try the kuah pindang, an Indonesian-style seaweed salad with seared tuna and a mild vinaigrette, which goes great with a cold craft beer. Our best advice is to have a sunset aperitif on the beach before heading to the main dining area for a tapas-style dinner. The slow-cooked ayam betutu and the grilled fish prepared in the Jimbaran style with veggies and sambal are served after the crab spring rolls, which are accompanied with a tart star fruit salad. Finish off the evening with specialty drinks like the Italian Job with homemade limoncello and the Gunung Agung, which was inspired by Bali’s largest volcano.

  • Meru Ubud

Eat at Meru, where the lush greenery of Ubud stretches as far as the eye can reach, and indulge in a sustainable menu of farm-to-table specialties. The meals are expertly cooked utilizing farm-fresh, organic ingredients from Meru. And the outcome? Delicious meal that is exquisitely presented and nearly too good to eat. Start your day off well with the nutrient-dense zucchini pancakes, then stop by for lunch with a friend and enjoy the sushi rolls topped with vibrant edible flowers. well advice: return for a fun and relaxed sundowner with a cocktail in hand, which goes well with the lovely tiny tapas from the kitchen. The Vanilla Panna Cotta, topped with caramelized ginger and rose syrup, is a delightful way to cap off your meal after sharing a generous platter of fresh fish or falafel and vegetables.

  • WhiteStone Restaurant & Bar Umalas

WhiteStone Restaurant & Bar is a cozy all-day dining establishment in Umalas that specializes in distinctive cuisine from Asia to the Mediterranean and beyond, serving breakfast, lunch, supper, and other meals as well. For those who wake up later than usual, a casual brunch in the Melbourne style is available until 3pm. It features brunch classics including waffles, avocado toast, and eggs Benedict. After supper, the day will conclude with almost-too-beautiful-to-eat sweets like the Matcha Panna Cotta served with macerated strawberries, poached pear, carrot gel, hazelnut, and matcha ice cream. Expect flavors from Indonesia and other parts of Asia at this time. Drink it all down with a Rosella-infused Negroni or the famous Smoky Topaz, which combines whisky, orange, lemon, and coffee liqueur with crème brulée syrup.

  • Scusa Jimbaran

Scusa is the most recent dining establishment to open inside the newest hotel on the vast AYANA Estate, AYANA Segara, bringing the flavors, aromas, and laid-back ambiance of the Mediterranean to Jimbaran. With each bite of Scusa’s cuisine, you are transported to a Mediterranean island while honoring the traditional delicacies of the region. Consider mackerel in carpione with garden vegetables and citrus mayo, or stuffed calamari with sauce vierge and confit tomato. favored by the chef? The sage and pecorino fondue-topped pappardelle with lamb ragout. And Scusa’s remarkable qualities do not stop at the menu. The maze-like restaurant is centered by an outside piazza, lounge, and Italian-style fountain for those crucial outdoor vibes, and it is reminiscent of the twisting alleyways of Italy, Spain, and Greece with its arched doorways and terracotta pots. The best red and white Mediterranean varietals as well as premium wines from upscale vineyards in Italy and Spain round out the entire experience.

  • Uma Garden Umalas

Uma Garden is a fire-based restaurant with the simple premise of bringing people together around real cuisine and positive feelings. It is tucked away among the rice paddies and greenery of Umalas. With its ideal location on one of Umalas’ trendiest streets and close proximity to Canggu and Seminyak, Uma Garden has quickly established itself as the preferred neighborhood hangout for both foreigners and seasoned foodies. Pre-dinner aperitivos can be enjoyed in the chic indoor lounge while you watch the open kitchen come to life. Then, make your way to the restaurant’s center where communal tables provide the setting for chatting over straightforward recipes and flavors from the wood-fired oven. Try the Wagyu steak and succulent prawns that have been ember roasted to perfection, or the 24-hour slow-cooked pork belly.

  • Powder Room Ubud

The latest project from acclaimed Chef Will Goldfarb, Powder Room in Ubud is a unique twist on a sweets store. It comes from the same innovative kitchen team as Room4Dessert. This dessert sanctuary is loaded with handmade artisanal delicacies with distinctive R4D twists that honor Bali’s fresh, locally sourced ingredients in true R4D fashion. Think rosella-kombucha garden gummies, superfood adaptations of traditional chocolate bars (hello, healthy Snickers! ), and our favorite, the Botanical Bombolonis, which has a crunchy sugar crust and gooey vanilla cream that oozes with each mouthful. Herbaceous additions like galangal and jamu, an Indonesian traditional beverage, add additional flavors.

  • CORK Bistro & Wine Bar Sanur

CORK Bistro & Wine Bar, a European bistro with a gastronomic touch, adds to Sanur’s diverse culinary scene. All foodies can enjoy the bistro’s casual-meets-fine dining approach, which is ideal for a night out or special occasion. Come in the morning to kick off the day with a gourmet breakfast, such as French toast topped with crispy bacon and a freshly prepared cappuccino. Start with the tuna tartare or beetroot salad for lunch or dinner before nibbling on the decadent duck confit or the traditional tenderloin with foie gras. Finish everything off with a spekkoek affogato and a few glasses of one of the premium wines available. Additionally, CORK also functions as a wine shop, allowing you to bring home a bottle of your favorite!

  • Maize Canggu

Drink and eat in authentic Latin American style at Maize, the hottest new restaurant in Canggu, which serves up modern fare influenced by and entrenched in Latin flavors and customs. Everything on the menu, from the crunchy fried tortillas to the suckling pig, celebrates seasonal and local produce, as well as imported delicacies from Latin America and Asia where necessary. Start with the Hokkaido scallop tostadas with uni mayo, cured egg yolk, and pomelo after taking a seat on the outside terrace. You could even make your own tacos before moving on to the wood-roasted cabbage with salted grapes and roasted almonds to share. Uncertain of what to eat? With the Chef’s Choice Menu, you can let the chefs run the show, but whatever you decide, be sure to leave room for Maize’s desserts.

  • Pho Mo

Fear of missing out on pho, the popular Vietnamese noodle soup? Because Pho Mo Berawa is serving up these renowned bowls of delicacy, garnished with fresh vegetables and premium ingredients, the fortunate residents of Canggu will not have to. The broth at Pho Mo is the pièce de résistance of the pho; it is bursting with flavors that transport you right to Vietnam. It also contains a lot of collagen, which adds added nutrition. You may get the traditional dishes like Pho Ga (braised chicken) and Pho Bo (noodle soup with thinly sliced rib-eye), which are ideal for rainy days or to enjoy in the cool air-conditioned interiors. The rib-eye and 48-hour slow-cooked brisket combo pho, we say… Best comfort food ever!

  • Lola’s Cantina Mexicana Uluwatu

Lola’s Cantina Mexicana delivers all your favorite Cali-Mexican cuisine and killer cocktails to the Bukit from Canggu to Uluwatu with love. Here, every day is a fiesta complete with late-night music, dancing, and, of course, a spicy food. Jalapeo poppers, tuna ceviche, or Birria tacos and empanadas are good places to start. Then gather your most ravenous friends and order a dish from every section of the menu, including the burritos, bowls, taquitos, nachos, and fajitas. Finish up with some of Lola’s dulces; our favorite is the salted caramel dessert cocktail with spiced rum from Captain Morgan.

  • Sala Bistro Sanur

Sala Bistro, a neighborhood favorite since 2017, is back in a brand-new location on Sanur’s bustling food street with a fresh new style. Once inside, you will find cozy nooks, sofas, and wooden furnishings that will make you feel perfectly at home on two floors. The best way to enjoy this Australian brunch spot’s worldwide menu of healthy, wholesome foods produced with the freshest ingredients is with a superbly brewed coffee from Seniman Coffee, one of the best on the island. With a bottle of wine in hand, stop by for a sundowner on the rooftop before sampling the dinner menu, which is packed with unique dishes like the bistro’s contemporary twist on bangers and mash or the veggie-friendly eggplant parmigiana.

  • Roots Pererenan

At Roots, a cozy plant-focused cafe in the middle of Pererenan, you can chow down on vegan and vegetarian delights from breakfast until lunch. The cuisine, which includes sandwiches, wraps, salads, desserts, and midday cocktails, is nutrient-rich and healthful and is inspired by regional flavors and seasonal ingredients. If sweets are more your thing, try the Island Rice Pudding made with organic sticky black rice, coconut, mango, and mint oil. Alternatively, start with the Plant Power Big Breakfast (with BBQ-glazed tofu!). You should visit at lunch to sample the variety of personalised bowls; you may either create your own or have one of the chef’s specialties. The Roots Bowl, which is filled to the brim with roasted beetroot and carrots, marinated feta, edamame wasabi hummus, and a roasted shallot balsamic dressing with dukkah seeds for added flavor, is our favorite.

  • ULU Eat – Uluwatu

Visit ULU in Uluwatu for artisanal foods and drinks. You may host a classy night out, a pre-surf feast, or anything in between in this modern setting. Steps from Uluwatu’s world-famous surf, this restaurant serves you healthy, fresh meals and fantastic beverages. We advise arriving early to enjoy the Piggy Pancakes for breakfast, which are triple-stacked, fluffy pancakes topped with crispy bacon, brown butter, and maple syrup. The daily rotating salad bar is then ideal for lunch, while beer-battered fish & chips and a Tokusen Wagyu striploin are what you should order for dinner. Are you up for dessert? With a Passionfruit Bellini, try the Bedugul strawberry sorbet with meringue, mascarpone, and basil.

  • Jalapeno Canggu

Jalapeo, a Tex-Mex trailblazer who was born in Sanur and currently resides in Canggu, is no new to Bali’s culinary scene. You can now get all of your favorite Jalapeo specialties here, including tacos, bowls, and burritos as well as the traditional al pastor or carne asada. Try the jackfruit carnitas or the mushroom barbacoa if you are a vegetarian. The tequila-based unique cocktails are also not to be missed; our favorites are the Los Jalapeo and the Jamurita, which combine the flavors of Mexico and Indonesia in one drink. With flawlessly fried churros and dips, your culinary festival comes to an end. And yes, there is a Senoritas & Tequilas night.

  • Bacari Ubud

Bacari is the first wine bar in Ubud where 19 exceptional wines are offered by the glass using the cutting-edge Coravin Wine preservation system. It is so much more than “just” a wonderful place to enjoy wine. Here, you can sample some amazing wines from around the globe, including Old and New World varietals, mixes, and vintages. Additionally, a specially crafted “Small Plates” menu has been created to match your French Chardonnay or Argentinian Malbec. Consider cured cold cuts, brioche with olive tapenade, and, of course, a variety of aged cheeses.

  • Tanah Liat Nusa Dua

Tanah Liat is the newest addition to the Renaissance Bali Nusa Dua Resort’s array of experience dining options. By day, it functions as a cooking lab, and by night, it transforms into a vegetarian and pescetarian restaurant. A cuisine brimming with seasonal seafood and plant-based options is available, serving up creations that are influenced by art and crafts. Sit back and unwind in the brick-walled interior space where outstanding regional artists have created pottery and artwork, or go outside for a balmy dinner in the garden where the chefs choose the freshest ingredients for your feast. Think of yourself as an artist. Keep an eye out for the restaurant’s atelier’s daytime pottery lesson.

  • Honey & Smoke Ubud

Honey & Smoke, the newest brainchild of the legendary chef Will Meyrick, is a speakeasy-meets-grillery. Through the use of charcoal and wood fires in the kitchen, this innovative eating concept embraces smoky flavors. But this new restaurant in Ubud is not a steakhouse; instead, you will find inventive cuisine from all over the world here, like wood-fired aged snapper and eight-hour slow-roasted lamb neck, as well as grilled scallops served with chilli butter, dried mint yoghurt, and sumac. You should peruse the smokey cocktail menu as well (try the ethereal Kadiaraimu Smoke), then settle down among the al fresco 1920s-style surroundings and travel-inspired furnishings.

 

Written by
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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