Bali Restaurants

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    Pantai Restaurant: Pantai Restaurant

    by Cathy&Gary Updated Oct 17, 2006

    3.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    The best thing about the Pantai Restaurant is its location. Right on the beach with some great views. When there is an electrical storm out at sea, this is the place to be.

    We have been here a few times over our last 3 trips to Bali, for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
    Food and drinks are all very reasonably priced, though sometimes the service can be a little bit slack.

    Highly recommend the grilled king prawns and the grilled chicken.
    Drinks are icy cold and they make a great milkshake.

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  • Cafe Wayan: Yummy Local Cuisine

    by meliaz Updated Jan 20, 2006

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    Cafe Wayan is one of the more popular restaurants around Ubud area (athough there are many other quaint little cafes, our Bali friend recommended this place to us). It's local dishes is what I would recommend - mostly rice dishes (as you can see from the pictures). I can't say I remember their exact names but a safe bet would be the Nasi Campur - 'Mixed Rice' literally which usually consists of several little servings of different dishes with rice.
    Like I said before, food here is pretty good - mostly chilli hot with lots of herbs.
    Another thing that is supposedly good here are the cakes. I didn't try any but it did look quite good. Worth a try if you feel like some dessert after your meal.

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    Ku De Ta: September Movies at Ku De Ta

    by balisunshine Written Sep 25, 2005

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    Once the tourist crowd has left,
    along with all the wild parties,
    Ku De Ta settles in showing movies once a week,
    usually on Tuesday.

    Mats are spread across the lawn with pillows,
    candles light the night along with the stars,
    and classic films entertain the night under the stars.

    If you want a mat to lay on,
    get there early.

    Of if you want a bed,
    reserve before time.

    My Name is Bond...James Bond

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    Padang FOOD Restaurant: PadanG food Restaurant

    by meiyergani Written Apr 6, 2007

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    PADANG FOOD is a wellknown Indonesian cuisine, it was a special food from West Sumatra, they prepare already cooked food, so the costumer not neceesary to waiting in long long time. One can get easily the restaurant in almost all over island of Indonesia, as well as in Bali, So if you just landed at Ngurah Rai Air Port, you can go to this Padang Restaurant just in front of White statue of Ramayana near Ngurah rai Air Port. They prepare so much plates on the table, but they only count what food you eat, in example if there are two piesces of fried chickens in one plates, then if you only take one piece, the restaurant only count the one you eat, as well as for other plates

    Favorite Dish: They serve special West sumatra Cook, one thing you should know that, almost of their food ar a hot food, so if tou don't like the hot one, ask the restaurant boy to show you not the hot one. You can try a red card head soup, it was popular padang food, the other is cassava leaf, cuttle fish, beef meat in a a chocolate color of saucage called Rendang, chicken soup,fried shrimp, fresh water fish, sea fish, beef soup, etc. Enjoy eat.... Yummy

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    Stadium Cafe: Stadium Cafe

    by Cathy&Gary Updated Apr 4, 2011

    3.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    We have been to the Stadium Cafe many many times, its a fantastic sports bar located out the front of the Ramayana Hotel.

    Everytime we have been there during our last 3 trips to Bali, the staff have remembered our names and what we drink.

    We were there for the AFL Grand Final in 2004 and it was packed. There are 3 huge giant screens plus many more large screen televisions.

    This is the perfect place to sit, have a cold drink and a snack and people watch, they make the best ice lemon teas in Bali.

    Food and drinks are very reasonably priced and we highly recommend the Stadium Sport's Bar. Also try their Breaded Calamari, it's the best!!

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    Bebek Bengil Restaurant: Dirty Duck Diner

    by voodo0 Written Aug 19, 2007

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    Famous for their Bebel Bengil Crispy Duck. The one and only Bebek Bengil Restaurant in Ubud, Bali is so famous that they even have an outlet in Hong Kong.

    The place is huge, with an outdoor garden nicely lit to achieve a great ambiance, with lots of running water and flowers. You can sit in traditional booths and make the experience a bit more "local". Great for a small party of friends or even just the two of you.

    The walk through the garden towards the various dining rooms was delightful. The table we chose gave us a great view of the rice fields.

    The ponds with fountains, the rice fields and the sculptures scattered around the area serves great background for pictures.

    I highly recommend this as a nice plaz for meals. It has now become a tourist attraction. Do pay a visit there, if not for the food, for the beautiful place.

    Favorite Dish: Food is pretty good. The duck is BBQ'ed to a crisp, and yes, it doesn't have tons of meat on it. But it's still tasty. And they also have all the touristy favourites for you, all done with a quality that is much above your average fare.

    My favourite dish... of coz Bebek Bengil.

    Bebek Bengil consist of half a duck steamed in Indonesian spices and then fried for a crispy finish. You can choose to go with sauteed potatoes and a side salad or steamed rice and Indonesian vegetables.

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    Bush Telegraph Bar & Restaurant: Bush Telegraph Bar & Restaurant

    by Cathy&Gary Updated Oct 13, 2006

    3.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    The Bush Telegraph Pub is an Australian themed pub with corrugated iron, timber booths and lots of Aussie bush memorabilia.

    The beer's are icy cold and the food is good. All the beef is imported from Australia, so if your after a nice juicy fillet, this is the place to go. (They also make a great huge hamburger).

    There is a big screen tv for all the Aussie Live Footy games and live bands on Friday and Saturday nights.

    Bush Telegraph is normally pretty quiet during the day but really pulls in the crowds at night.

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    Pundi-pundi Ubud: Pundi-pundi Ubud

    by imstress Updated Jul 21, 2009

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    The food at Pundi-pundi was so good that we had our dinner there for two nights.
    There is free wifi (pwd:a1a1a1a1a1) and it is just opposite Puri Padi Hotel, where we stayed.

    What we ordered:

    Mango smoothies 22,000RP
    small bintang 18,000 RP
    grill sensation 85,000 RP
    sirloin steak 69,000 RP
    total incl tax 224,070 RP

    Large Bintang 28,000 RP
    Beef Kebabs 56,000 RP
    Pork Spare Ribs 65,000 RP
    total incl tax 172,100 RP

    Favorite Dish: Every dishes taste good!

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    Dirty Duck - Ubud: Dirty Duck - Ubud

    by imstress Updated Jul 21, 2009

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    We had our first dinner in Ubud at the famous Dirty Duck.

    At 6pm the place was already half filled and they have reservation made for the pavilions :(

    The Bebek Bengil (dirty duck) tasted just like the Chinese Wax Duck but it is deep fried.

    What we ordered:

    Bebek Bengil 63,000
    Fruit Lassy 25,000
    Coke 10,000
    total incl tax 185.955

    Go early and ask for the pavillion seat near the end where you face the padi field.

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  • Med International: The Best of International Food in Bali

    by irene2008 Written Nov 28, 2007

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    Med ~ a minimalist designed restaurant with a comfortable dining verandas facing the street.
    A fine set of furnishing, floral arrangement, and lighting is prepared to create a subtle dining atmosphere.

    An open air space at the back-side decorated with palm trees and a pond of waterfall creates a romantic tropical look.

    The restaurant consists of two (2) floors; each with a bar serving various choices of beverages.
    An air-conditioned glassed room overlooking the street is exclusively designed to indulge your private and luxurious dining.

    Favorite Dish: Med ~ awarded as one of “THE BEST RESTAURANT” by the Indonesia Tattler’s Magazine.
    A taste of Mediterranean, exclusively presented by an international experienced Chef.

    Well trained waiters and waitresses will serve you professionally with full Balinese hospitality.

    Med ~ brings you everyday soulful music from the DJ booth while you dine.
    Special classic disco music, played by a live DJ will accompany you every Friday night.

    Med ~ welcomes you, your family, friends and colleagues to enjoy a happy and unforgettable dining occasion during your stay in Bali.

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    Every Corner of Bali: Balinese Coffee, Cocoa, Arak, Rice Wine, Beer ..

    by lianne_kang Written Jul 30, 2007

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    Not only Bali offers a unique experience in terms of food, they offer some varieties of drinks too. Do try Balinese coffee and if you like it, you can pick them up from Matahari (their local supermarket). Their cocoa is not bad, but some places dilute them too much. Their Bintang Beer is pretty impressive! Comparable to international label, it sure does wonders during a hot sunny day. Arak is a Malay name of liquor, you can have them plain or many places mixed them up like cocktail. My personal favourite must be their Rice Wine Liquor, especially the one from Bumbu Bali. A bit sweetish, it is smooth and goes really well with my traditional balinese meal.

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    KINTAMANI CAFE: The Restaurant with Bali Architecture

    by meiyergani Updated Mar 25, 2007

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    It was a restaurant with Bali Architecture exteriorly and furnished with Bali Art and decoration interiorly. Located at the Kintamani mountain Range where we can see a blue muntain of mount Batur in the far away and the scenery of a Trunyan village at the edge of Lake Batur at the lower part of Kintamani, a warm welcome and international standard in service and menu

    Favorite Dish: The restaurant offers Indonesian cuisines and Western cuisine in a buffet style, chicken and beef soup, salad, fresh water fish, chicken babrbeque

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    KuDeTa: Splendid!

    by malbella Written Nov 17, 2006

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    Many thanks to one of the VT members for suggesting this place to me. Lovely as it is, it's a high class restaurant with bar counters serving great list of cocktails. On top of having the best location for sunset, they play cool music too. A place not to miss the sun setting. It's oh so beautiful. I love it!

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    Cheap and good

    by staad3 Written Dec 19, 2006

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    Food is cheap and good. You can try nasi campur, that means plain rice with a piece of chicken meat, vegetables, fish and sometimes tofu or satay. Fruit juice is nice and fresh too. All these for a fraction of money. I always had my lunch there.

    You can also order mee goreng or noodle soup, basically instant noodle with soup. Quite nice too.

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    Grand Puncak Sari: Avoid at all Costa

    by easterntrekker Written Aug 11, 2011

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    This apparently is on the agenda of all tour and drivers. The idea is to have lunch with a with of the volcano. Avoid it at all costs. There are lots of nice little restaurants in the surrounding villages and this is a big tourist dollar grab. Lunch is “buffet” costing 120000 IDR plus tax which is about 3 times the price of a typical lunch and worst of all it was barely edible! Later I discovered some people were charged as high as 250000 IDR and others as low as 90000 IDR . It seems to being dependant on the commission paid to the drivers. The bathrooms are filthy . The good news is we didn’t get sick.

    View was the only good part
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