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Here is a list of some of the best restaurant in Ubud:

1. Portofino – Portofino brings a contemporary touch to Mediterranean cuisine inspired by the Italian Riviera. They offers a meditterranean cuisine and the menu features modern twists on home-style favourites with a modern flair. The restaurant opens daily from 8am and is located on Jl Raya Pengosekan in Ubud.


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2. Locavore – This restaurant offers fine dining with an emphasis on local, seasonal ingredients. The menu is a mix of Indonesian and Western dishes and the chefs will explain each dish in detail as it is served. They also offer a Chef’s Tasting Menu and a Vegetarian Tasting Menu.


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3. Golden Monkey – Golden Monkey restaurant could be the right choice for you to enjoy quality time with your family, accompanied by authentic Chinese cuisine. With a restaurant atmosphere that is very characteristic of Chinese ornaments, it makes everyone feel comfortable.

4. Mozaic – Mozaic is another fine dining restaurant that offers a blend of Indonesian and French cuisine. They have a seasonal tasting menu that changes regularly, as well as an à la carte menu. They also have an extensive wine list and offer wine pairing with their tasting menus.

5. Hujan Locale – This restaurant offers modern Indonesian cuisine in a stylish setting. They use local ingredients and traditional cooking techniques to create dishes like slow-cooked beef rendang and grilled chicken satay. They also have a cocktail bar and offer cooking classes.


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6. Swept Away – Swept Away is a restaurant located on the edge of a river and offers a romantic setting for dinner. They serve a mix of international and Indonesian cuisine and have a tasting menu that includes dishes like Balinese duck confit and roasted lamb loin.

7. Donna Ubud – Donna is a trendy restaurant in Ubud that offers Spanish tapas, cocktails, and a rooftop lounge perfect for an enjoyable night out. The new restaurant is a lively addition to the culinary and nightlife scene in Ubud, and provides a range of gourmet tapas and expertly crafted cocktails, including some served in a plume of smoke. The evening begins with a visit to the sleek bar, followed by a romantic candlelit dinner or a feast with friends in the Spanish-inspired interiors.


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8. Dumbo – Dumbo is a contemporary Italian restaurant in Ubud that specializes in wood-fired pizzas and vegetarian cuisine, which we believe is the best in the city, and perhaps even in all of Bali. It is an environmentally friendly establishment that serves genuine, flavourful food. Their list of music-themed cocktails should not be missed, and on Fridays, you can choose your own music during the regular Vinyl nights. Dumbo is located on the same lane as its sister restaurant, The Elephant.

9. Rüsters – Rüsters is a large and impressive establishment located on the outskirts of Ubud that houses a cafe, roastery, pottery studio, concept store, sunset bar and restaurant. The dinner menu features high-quality ingredients and is perfect for sharing with friends. A combination of a tasting menu and a la carte options from Europe and Asia are available. Unique dishes like babi guling croquettes, beef and foie gras wontons, Thai grilled prawns and brown butter waffles are among the offerings. The restaurant also has regular jazz nights, pottery classes, weekly Sunday Market and modern bakery which is set to open in May 2023. Rüsters is open daily from 8am.


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10. Melali Ubud – Melali Ubud is a perfect spot for a relaxed and healthy meal in a cozy Moroccan-inspired ambiance. It’s an ideal place for a post-yoga brunch or a laptop lunch where you can savor the vibrant falafel bowls and salads. With an intimate neighborhood atmosphere, you can also stay and enjoy cocktails, light bites, and happy hours throughout the day. The interior decor features stunning Middle Eastern cushions and a personal collection of framed pictures that create a welcoming environment. Moreover, Melali Ubud offers refreshing juices, Mediterranean cuisine, and an innovative take on a classic Pina Colada. Don’t miss out on checking their calendar for daily happy hours.


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11. The Sayan House – This hidden culinary treasure is located just a short ten-minute drive from downtown Ubud and offers breathtaking panoramic views of the jungle that surrounds the spectacular Sayan valley. Get ready for a fine dining experience with a delicious combination of Latin and Japanese cuisine. The menu boasts tempting dishes like tuna croquettes served with wasabi mashed potatoes, foie gras Nigiri sushi, and tempeh tempura tacos. If you are looking for a place to watch the sunset, head to the airy bar that sits on the edge of the gorge, which is a feast for the eyes. The Sayan House is open daily from noon until 11pm.


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12. Zest Ubud – Zest Ubud is a popular brunch spot located in the bohemian town of Ubud. It prides itself on serving vegan food that is anything but dull and tasteless. Their menu boasts of juicy burgers, meaty jackfruit, loaded pizzas, cassava fritters, and spiced carrots that will make your taste buds sing. Their desserts are just as impressive, featuring banana bread and gooey brownies that are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. While their dishes may be indulgent, they are all plant-based, making Zest Ubud a great option for health-conscious eaters.


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13. Restaurant Nusantara – Restaurant Nusantara is a high-end Indonesian restaurant that is owned by the same kitchen team as Restaurant Locavore, which is known as Indonesia’s most awarded fine-diner. The restaurant serves authentic Indonesian cuisine from different parts of the country, providing customers with a unique culinary experience. As the restaurant is very popular, it is recommended to book ahead of time to avoid disappointment.

14. Pica – According to popular opinion in Ubud, Pica is one of the top-rated restaurants in town, led by Chef Cristian Encina and featuring South American cuisine. The restaurant offers a casual approach to fine dining, showcasing the flavors and style of South American cuisine in a warm and cozy setting in downtown Ubud. To avoid disappointment, it’s best to book a table in advance as the restaurant is known to be a hit. Pica is located at Jl Dewi Sita, Ubud, with a phone number of +62 361 971 660 / +62 813 3941 9153 and email address welcome@picabali.com. The restaurant is open Tuesday to Sunday from 6 pm to 10 pm

15. Cerita Manisan – Cerita Manisan is the ideal spot to discover the essence of Indonesian and South East Asian cooking. This restaurant’s design and food evoke the old spice routes and kingdoms of the region. You can enjoy the outdoor atmosphere amid rice fields while indulging in the local flavors and culinary traditions. You can sample East Timor-style hot smoked beef brisket, accompanied by sautéed cassava leaves and sambal lu’at, or crispy pork belly with a spicy caramel sauce, green salad, and nam pla prik dressing, among other dishes. It’s a must-try!

16. Honey & Smoke – Honey & Smoke is a new dining concept by Chef Will Meyrick, combining a speakeasy vibe with grilled food cooked using charcoal and wood fire. While the emphasis is on smoky flavors, this Ubud restaurant is not limited to steak dishes. Instead, the menu is a fusion of creative offerings from different culinary corners of the world. For instance, you can try grilled scallops with chili butter, dried mint yogurt, and sumac, as well as wood-fired aged snapper and lamb neck slow-roasted for eight hours. In addition to the smoky cocktails, Honey & Smoke’s 1920s-style interiors and travel-inspired decor create a comfortable atmosphere.


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17. Alchemy – This chic Ubud café combines vegan sorcery with raw chocolate wizardry, and is built on the foundation of love, authenticity, health, and gratitude. They serve up an array of raw food dishes, including large superfood salads and all-day smoothie bowls. Additionally, they offer delectable sweets like their luscious banoffee pie or sugar-free ice cream Bounty bars, all of which can be paired with a cup of single-origin or chilled kombucha. A truly enchanting culinary experience. Alchemy, located on Jl Penestanan Kelod No. 75, Sayan, Ubud, can be reached at +62 821 4690 8910. They are open daily from 7am to 10pm.


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18. Ibu Susu Bar & Kitchen – This petite and unassuming restaurant in Ubud has made a significant impact on the local food scene. Despite its size, it offers an extensive Pan Asian menu that includes pandan hot cakes for breakfast, pork belly steamed buns and soft shell crab burgers for lunch, and crispy lemongrass chicken for dinner. The cocktails served here are equally impressive, with the Smoked Negroni and Salted Caramel Espresso Martini being two favorites among customers. Ibu Susu Bar & Kitchen has raised the bar for all-day bites and drinks, leaving customers cheering for more.

19. Moksa – The food at Moksa is crafted with great passion for nature and delicate flavors, resulting in an exceptional culinary experience. Not only is the cuisine entirely plant-based and incredibly healthy, but it’s also loaded with delicious vegan delights, such as tempeh “ribs”. You can enjoy a relaxed meal while overlooking the Moksa permaculture garden, which is an added bonus. And don’t forget to try their incredible raw coconut white chocolate panna cotta – it’s absolutely heavenly. Moksa is open every day from 10am to 9pm and can be found on Jl Puskesmas Ubud II Kutuh, Gg Damai, Sayan, Ubud.


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20. Kyoka Japanese Kitchen – Kyoka Japanese Kitchen is a Kyoto-style restaurant that offers modern Japanese dishes, specialty sake, Japanese whiskey, and colorful cocktails. Its menu includes crispy katsu, supersized sushi rolls, spicy tuna roll, Kyoka gyoza, Nabeyaki udon, and more. The restaurant is also known for its signature Sakura Tini, which is made with green tea vodka. Whether you’re looking for a hearty meal or just a drink, Kyoka Japanese Kitchen is the perfect place to satisfy your cravings.


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21. Muse Cafe & Art – To start with as a hub for authentic Indian cuisine, Muse Café & Art has now transformed into one of the most sought-after rooftop dining spots in Ubud. It’s the perfect place to relax with friends, savor wholesome dishes made with all-natural, locally sourced ingredients. Muse Cafe serves a variety of small plates that are perfect for sharing and swapping so that you can try a little bit of everything. Don’t forget to order Muse’s famous dosas, one of the most delicious dahls you’ll ever taste, turmeric coconut fish curry, jackfruit steak, or thali. The food here is made with love and a genuine passion for good food.

22. Apsara – Apsara in downtown Ubud offers a contemporary interpretation of Indian cuisine in a semi-fine dining atmosphere. Their menu features a pan-regional selection of thaalis (platters) for breakfast and lunch, followed by a tapas-style dinner menu served in a chic 20-seater setting. We highly recommend trying the Lamb Varuval, a Madurai style paratha accompanied by braised lamb leg and a refreshing coconut-coriander chutney, as well as the vegetarian Aloo Tikki and the saag paneer – two tapas dishes that are not to be missed. You can enjoy your meal with cocktails or share a bottle of wine to make the most of your evening.

23. Copper Kitchen, Bar & Rooftop – is a restaurant that has gained a lot of attention due to its attractive décor and fusion of Western and Indonesian cuisine, which focuses on utilizing locally-sourced and fresh ingredients. They have their own farm and are known for their earth-to-table approach. Keep an eye out for special culinary events and collaborations with other chefs, as well as wine-paired tasting menus. Copper Kitchen is located on Jl Bisma and is open daily from 7am to 11pm.

24. Casa Luna – Casa Luna is a well-known establishment in Ubud, featuring a casual and tropical vibe with a blend of traditional furnishings and fabrics. For over 25 years, they have been serving authentic Balinese cuisine and modern healthy dishes. Created by the renowned Bali figure, Janet De Neefe, Casa Luna is a notable landmark on the island. They offer a range of vegan and vegetarian dishes, and their ingredients are hand-selected from their garden. Casa Luna also holds cooking classes regularly for those interested in learning their delicious cooking techniques.


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25. The Elephant – The Elephant is a delightful restaurant known for its healthy cuisine and picturesque views of Tjampuan Ridge, a famous Instagram location. The vegetarian dishes are prepared with love and are visually appealing, especially when complemented with a fresh juice or a delicious frappe. Their menu offers a variety of dishes, including the flavorful Pad Thai, curries, and Polenta al funghi. In addition, the restaurant’s cocktail list is definitely worth exploring if you’re looking for a little indulgence.


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26. TYGR – To bring its popular hand-roll bar concept to Ubud, TYGR opened its second location following its success in Canggu. Expect the same excellent nori rolls and Japanese dishes at this restaurant. Unlike a typical sushi train, everything is made fresh, with hand rolls prepared right in front of you using warm rice, crispy nori, and fresh fillings. A sip of sake or cold Sapporo is the perfect accompaniment.


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27. Suka Espresso – Suka Espresso, originally from The Bukit, has now become a popular spot for brunch enthusiasts in Ubud. The cafe serves up a compact yet delightful selection of Australian-style cafe classics (their avocado smash is widely considered the best in town). Coffee lovers will appreciate that the beans are carefully sourced from small batches in Indonesia and South America to ensure the perfect cup of coffee. This cafe is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking a delicious brunch and their daily caffeine fix.


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28. Milk & Madu Ubud – In response to high demand, the beloved Canggu cafe has opened a second location in the center of Ubud. Milk & Madu Ubud serves up the same delicious all-day breakfasts, lunch, and dinner as its Canggu counterpart, offering skillet eggs, a range of burgers, and amazing wood-fired pizzas. The atmosphere is tropical and cozy, with just the right amount of industrial-chic decor to make it an #interiorcrush. This spot is everything you love about Milk & Madu Canggu, now available in Bali’s cultural hub.


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29. Watercress Cafe – Watercress Cafe, originally from South Bali, has opened its doors in Ubud, providing patrons with a range of delicious meals and drinks including coffee, cold-pressed juices, breakfast dishes, salads, homemade cakes, and much more. The cafe’s offerings are exceptional and include the veggie burger, smoked salmon with cream cheese bagel, and mouth-watering ribs. The cafe’s design is minimalist and tropical, with a shared seating area, and a wine bar upstairs.


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30. Sage Bali – This lively vegan eatery located in downtown Ubud serves a variety of delectable dishes such as summer rolls, aromatic curries, and hearty bowls. Sage Bali’s menu also includes healthy salads, decadent desserts, and indulgent treats like tempeh buffalo wings and cauliflower fritters. They also offer a range of refreshing beverages such as smoothies, juices, and mocktails. Some of their popular dishes are the Jackfruit Tacos and the BLT sandwich with tempeh bacon, but don’t forget to leave room for their legendary gluten-free carrot cake! Open every day from 8am to 9.30pm, Sage Bali is a must-visit spot for those seeking delicious vegan food.

31. Indus Restaurant – Indus Restaurant in Ubud offers a stunning view of the Tjampuhan ridge and Mount Agung volcano, with its beautiful hand-carved columns, terrazzo floors, and teak furniture. While the scenery could easily captivate you, the Asian-inspired dishes here are also noteworthy. Culinary genius Janet Deneefe (known for Casa Luna) and Australian Chef Adam Liston have teamed up to create an innovative menu that is a must-try in Ubud. The classic pork and prawn gyoza and croissant sando with pandan ice cream are popular choices, as is the burnt pavlova with zesty yuzu cream and passionfruit. The restaurant’s stunning design, spread across two levels, has made it a favourite among expats. For the best experience, visit during sunset and enjoy a cocktail.


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32. Clear Café – Clear Café in Ubud is a popular destination for those looking to nourish their mind and body with healthy, holistic food. The café is decorated with a cozy interior and a lively soundtrack to entertain the music enthusiasts. The menu is vegetarian and pescetarian-friendly, with a refreshing list of tonics and elixirs to complement the dishes. Clear Café has established itself as an iconic place to visit in Ubud.


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33. KAFE – KAFE is a charming eatery situated in central Ubud that embodies the essence of a tropical canteen and a New York-style bistro. Serving breakfast, lunch, and light meals, the menu features vegetarian and vegan dishes with a few meat options, reflecting the owner’s commitment to a healthy and eco-friendly lifestyle. The menu is beautifully curated, making it both appetizing and nutritious, a win-win situation.


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34. Mudra – Mudra is a café that offers Ayurvedic-inspired cuisine for health-conscious food enthusiasts. The café provides a cosy atmosphere filled with positive vibes, and a range of delectable vegan treats, small batch coffee, and healthy teas such as kombucha and leaf teas. Their menu includes a variety of mouth-watering dishes like buttery roti canai, fresh Poke Poke, and indulgent dragon bowls. The café also features amazing artwork and feel-good knick-knacks. Mudra is located in Ubud and is open from 8.30 am to 10 pm daily.

35. Yellow Flower Café – Yellow Flower Cafe, located just past the Blanco Museum a few minutes away from downtown Ubud, is a charming and peaceful café that resembles a cozy tropical living room. With comfortable bamboo sofas and cushions to sit cross-legged on, it’s the perfect place to enjoy delicious and healthy Indonesian food as well as Western fare. Although not every visitor to the island may have heard of this café, it’s a favorite amongst locals and expats who are in the know.

36. AKAR Restaurant – For those who are mindful about what they eat, AKAR Restaurant is the perfect farm-to-table, all-natural eatery. Using only high-quality ingredients, this restaurant presents delectable dishes like rice noodle tum with wild mushrooms and coriander, and desserts such as the luxurious Milk Chocolate Marquise with 80% chocolate praline, vanilla ice cream, oreo powder, dried meringue, and walnut. AKAR Restaurant puts a lot of thought into its menu ingredients and cooking techniques, creating an upscale atmosphere as you step inside. Located at K Club, Jl Raya Cebok, Kedisan, Tegallalang, Ubud, this restaurant is open daily.


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37. Mushroom Espresso – If you can locate the pink cactus, you’ve stumbled upon Mushroom Espresso, a trendy café that is beloved by Ubud’s coffee-loving crowd. This bistro-style eatery serves up all of your lunch favorites, from sandwiches and burgers to toasties, but its coffee is the star of the show. The house blend, which is a single origin, is expertly brewed to perfection. Indulge in waffles, cakes, and croissants with your cuppa, and enjoy your meal on the breezy patio. Alternatively, snuggle up on a comfortable leather sofa inside, surrounded by lovely flowery wallpaper.

38. Kebun Bistro – Kebun Bistro takes you on a journey from Ubud to an Italian vineyard with its serene terrace nestled in a verdant garden. It’s an ideal spot to gather with friends and indulge in crispy pizzas. Inside, the dining setting exudes a vintage charm, reminiscent of a cozy wine cellar. We suggest pairing your pizza with a high-quality wine.


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39. The Seeds of Life – Seeds of Life is not just an ordinary cafe as it combines Raw Living Foods, Yoga, and Holographic Kinetics, creating a fun, flavorful, vibrant, and holistic experience. The cafe serves raw, vegan, and vegetarian food that is outstanding in taste, and they also offer various activities such as Ashtanga Yoga, Taoist tonics, raw food classes, and artisan Chinese teas that help promote overall wellness. Drop by and experience their holistic approach to life, nourishing both your body and soul. Seeds of Life is located at Jl Gootama No. 2, Ubud, with phone numbers +62 361 970 650 / +62 812 3792 3870, and they are open daily from 8 am to 10 pm.

40. Sayuri Healing Food – If you’re after a healthy vegan meal with a positive vibe, Sayuri is the place to go. All their dishes are free of wheat, animal products, dairy, gluten, and soy, making it a very wholesome choice. But that’s not all: Sayuri also offers cooking classes, where you can learn how to create delicious raw food that will help you lead a healthier life. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn and enjoy some tasty food!

41. Current Social Club & Kitchen – Current Social Club & Kitchen is a fashionable gathering spot and restaurant that serves Asian-inspired fusion cuisine. It also has a stylish cocktail lounge and hosts various events. Considered a place for casual socializing and mingling, Current offers unique cocktails, shareable plates, and cool events like movie nights, special DJ performances, and gin & tonic happy hours. The menu features a mix of Western and Asian classics that are reinvented using local and organic ingredients, such as the Kintamani-coffee-braised pork ribs. You can also indulge in breakfast bowls and bao buns with house-cured bacon.


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42. Room4Dessert – If you’re looking for something unique and amazing, check out Room4Dessert for some exceptionally trendy desserts and beverages in a bizarre late-night location run by the renowned New Yorker Will Goldfarb. Indulge in a dessert and cocktail tasting menu indoors, or head out to the terrace garden for a Spanish tapas-style experience.


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43. Kubu at Mandapa – a Ritz Carlton Reserve is widely known as the best high-end restaurant in Bali. The restaurant, which is made of bamboo, is surrounded by nature and luxury, cooled by Bali’s tropical breeze and the sounds of the Ayung River. Award-winning chefs prepare Mediterranean-European dishes using the freshest, premium ingredients in the region. Kubu offers a six- or eight-course degustation menu, perfect for a romantic date night.


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44. Apéritif – Apéritif is a recent addition to the upscale dining scene in Ubud and offers a degustation-only menu with eight courses featuring top-quality ingredients, presented in a delightful manner. Ran Van Ongevalle, an award-winning bartender, manages the drinks program, which is influenced by the tropical environment of Bali and the roaring twenties. This dining experience is definitely worth trying.

45. BLANCO Par Mandif – BLANCO Par Mandif is a renowned restaurant in Bali that specializes in Indonesian cuisine served in an elegant atmosphere. Originally a tiny restaurant with only ten seats, it has since expanded to accommodate 28 guests. With the goal of achieving Michelin stars, the award-winning chef and owner Mandif Warokka collaborates with local farmers to create fresh and locally sourced dishes that are the highlight of the degustation menu. In addition to the food, the restaurant also features a mini-cocktail counter where classic cocktails are prepared right in front of diners, adding a touch of James Bond glamour to the dining experience. If you’re a foodie in Bali, BLANCO Par Mandif is a must-visit destination that is not to be missed.


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46. CasCades – located on a hilltop overlooking the lush “Valley of the Kings” in a Balinese-style thatched roof house, guarantees an extraordinary dining experience. The restaurant sources premium ingredients from all over the world, featuring Australian Wagyu beef, Canadian lobster, and French foie gras. The cuisine is exceptional, and the tropical scenery is unrivaled, with live piano music playing in the evenings. CasCades can be found at Viceroy Bali on Jl Lanyahan, Banjar Nagi, Ubud, and is open daily from 11am to 9pm.

47. The Plantation Restaurant – at Alila Ubud is a Slow Food certified eatery that offers not only a feast for the eyes but also wholesome and delicious Balinese cuisine. The restaurant’s culinary team is dedicated to preparing seasonal tasting menus using fresh, locally sourced ingredients and organically grown produce from its garden. Each dish is environmentally friendly, sustainable, and nutritious, reflecting the Slow Food ethos. From pan-seared scallops to Balinese satay, the menu is sure to satisfy your taste buds, and the stunning jungle views from the open-air dining room are simply breathtaking.


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48. Uma Cucina – For an extravagant Italian meal, Uma Cucina is your go-to destination. With a focus on modern and light cuisine that takes into account the local nuances, they serve fresh, locally-sourced Italian delicacies that are sure to impress. Their fired-up dishes, cooked in a brick oven and charcoal grill, boast a distinctive smokiness, while their colourful seasonal vegetables, fresh seafood, and slow-cooked meats are perfect for sharing. Be sure to check out their Sunday brunch, which is highly recommended. Uma Cucina is located at Uma by COMO and is open daily from 12pm to 11pm.


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49. The Tempayan at Tanah Gajah – The Tempayan, the signature restaurant at Tanah Gajah, offers stunning views of rice paddies, a tropical jungle, and a delectable range of Balinese, Asian, and Western cuisine. Guests can enjoy the traditional Balinese thatched-roof dining room while seated in comfortable, padded cane chairs. Executive Chef Khairudin ‘Dean’ Nor is a master in the kitchen, skillfully crafting local dishes into works of culinary art. The restaurant is open every day from 7am to 9pm.

50. Fivelements Sakti Dining Room – Sakti Dining Room at Fivelements serves up exquisite vegan cuisine in an eco-luxurious atmosphere, situated between the Ayung River and lush tropical ponds and gardens. The restaurant’s menu emphasizes plant-based, raw vegan living foods, which are beautifully presented in some of the most stunning dishes available. With a focus on highlighting mother nature’s offerings, the dishes feature different textures, vibrant colors, and pure flavors that are meticulously prepared with passion. For a comprehensive taste of the restaurant’s culinary range, try the chef’s signature degustation menus – they’re well worth the experience.

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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