Sanur Restaurants

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  • Maya's coffee & smoothie bar: Great Italian style coffee

    by kimsil Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Maya's coffee & smoothie bar is a quite small coffee shop in Jl. Pantai Shindu, Sanur. It is a small family run business and they serve some great Italian style coffee in addition to smoothies, juices etc. It's a great place to enjoy some coffee, surf on the Internet and eat some bakeries or light snacks.

    Favorite Dish: The coffees are in general great. The Affogato (vanilla ice cream with a shot of Espresso) is really nice and my favourite... From the juice selection I love the Sirsak juice...

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    WARUNG AGUNG: MIE GORENG

    by aussiejen Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    MIE GORENG

    The lime green tablecloths caught my eye initially, so I just had to have a meal there.
    They have a free pick up service in the Sanur area. We took advantage of that. They also took us home again afterwards!
    A free welcome drink was enjoyed.
    This restaurant has been recommended by lonely planet and rough guide, and now by me too!!

    Favorite Dish: The Mie Goreng was quite good but I've had better.

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    The Wicked Parrott: Wicked parrot for live music - plus free wi-fi

    by nezz Updated Jun 1, 2010

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    The Wicked Parrot is situated in the northern section of the main street running through Sanur. It is the sister restaurant of the very popular Cat n Fiddle which has been open for a very long time in southern Sanur. The ambience is very similar but there is a lot more space to move around in .This restaurant also features live bands. They have a great breakfast menu but we had a breakfast deal with our apartment so never got to taste it.

    Favorite Dish: On the 2nd night of our 2010 trip we ordered the Waygu steaks mine was fantastic but my husband’s was not cooked medium as requested it was rare and also very tough . In fact our two steaks looked totally different. Even now I wonder if he got a different tables order or they had run out of steak & substituted something else. Our daughter had cordon bleu but didn't like the fact it had too much cheese, our son's schnitzel like my meal was good. This was one of our dearest meals so we were expecting much better quality. I told my husband maybe I've spoilt him too much with my good cooking.

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    STAR CAFE SANUR: Star cafe

    by nezz Written Mar 27, 2010

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    Roast chicken , messy but good
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    Like most Sanur restaurants it's not much to look at from the road. Most days we walked past there were people inside dining. An Aussie guy who visits Bali twice a year was staying at our apartments in Sanur & he recommended Star Cafe along with a couple of other places we had never tried. It was a great recommendation. Good service but not too much fuss. Plenty of fans to keep the heat down. Both times we dined there was for lunch so I can't say how busy they are in the evening but I imagine they would be popular.

    Favorite Dish: We ate twice at Star Cafe & once at their sister restaurant Bistro 95 . All the meals we ate were great. Meals included:
    Chicken Pie 65,000rp ($7.75) Roast chicken Half a chook 59,000rp ($7), Fish N chips 59,000rp
    Spring rolls to start 22,000rp ($2.60) Lge Bintang 25,000rp ($3), Iced Bali Coffee (black) 16,000rp
    ($1.90).
    Seafood Platter 95,000rp ($11.30), Spag Bol , 49,000rp ($5.85) soft drinks were 12,000rp ($1.45)

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    STREET CAFE: Street cafe still delivers great food , free wifi

    by nezz Updated Feb 9, 2010

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    Street Cafe is set back off the road with a lovely raised patio area at the front. Through the large glass doors you walk into a very different style of Sanur restaurant . Firstly there is a baby grand piano as you enter on your left. To the right are large lounge chairs with a long coffee table . There is free WIFI for all customers and there is no time restrictions. The table settings have large chunky bench style seating. Very heavy to pull too. The kitchen is an open kitchen inside the restaurant so you can see the chefs cooking . They also have a bar area for coffees or cocktails. There are large glass windows all around to let in the light. Their menu prices were also nett so no extra tax to add. They also have very clean toilets too.

    We had discount vouchers for breakfast that came with our apartment accommodation. The restaurant is in front of & belongs to the Ajanta villas . We were staying in a sister property Scape apartments down the road.

    Favorite Dish: Normally the breakfasts were between 25,000 rp & 60,000 rp but we had the choice of any ; European,eggs, sausage, bacon,tomato, toast juice tea or coffee, Continental ciabata bread roll, croissant, slice ham , slice Edam cheese,fresh fruit, yoghurt , juice, tea or coffee. Plus you could Indonesian nasi or mie goreng too.

    We went for dinner one night and ordered the fish and chips, mixed seafood, Ayam be-tutu ( Slow cooked Chicken With Balinese Spice Mixture) and the chicken was so tender. Ayam laplan - fried chicken which was quite a small piece of chicken but enough for my daughter. We had a milkshake, sprite, arak cocktail & large Bintang all up 341,000 rp ( $ 40.60 Aud). Very Yummy & cheap for $10 a head

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    RETRO'S: YOU REALLY HAVE TO GO BACK MORE THAN ONCE

    by nezz Updated Feb 5, 2010

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    Yummy seafood kebabs
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    2007:WE HAVE ALWAYS LOVED OUR MEALS AT RETRO'S. THE STAFF ARE ALWAYS ATTENTIVE THE SETTING IS NICE BOTH INSIDE, OUTSIDE AND AT THE BAR AREA. MUSIC IS GREAT. THEIR FOOD IS ALSO TERRIFIC AND SOMEHOW DIFFERENT FROM A LOT OF THE OTHER RESTAURANTS IN THIS PRICE RANGE. YOU USUALLY HAVE TO PAY A LOT MORE FOR THIS STYLE OF FOOD. THEIR BATHROOMS ARE ALSO VERY CLEAN.

    2010 UPDATE; We didn't get to Retro's until the last few days of our trip. The restaurant never seemed to have any more than a few customers in it which always makes you think something must be wrong. We decided to give them a try one lunchtime as we had noticed they had extended the Happy Hour for Bintang from 12 noon till 8pm, maybe to attract more customers. Cannot believe we had left it so long to go to Retro's. The meal was fantastic so much so that we went there for dinner that night & the next night too.

    Favorite Dish: 2007:FOR MY MEAL I HAD A SEAFOOD STACK. AT THE BASE WAS A YUMMY POTATO CAKE ,THEN LAYERED STEAMED VEGIES OF CARROT & BEANS, A PIECE OF GRILLED FISH TOPPED WITH A REALLY NICE CREAMY SAUCE. THE FINAL LAYER WAS A LARGE GRILLED PRAWN. BOTH THE KIDS HAD THEIR FISH & CHIPS. THE FISH WAS BONELESS & IN A NUGGET STYLE BUT IT WAS REAL FISH. MY HUBBY HAD THE FILLET MIGNON AND IT WAS TOP QUALITY. ADD 2 LARGE BEERS, AN ARAK MADU, A CHOC MILKSHAKE , LEMON JUICE AND TO FINISH THE LARGEST BOTTLE OF WATER ALL UP WITH TAX 251,000Rp ($35.56AUD) WE WOULD PAY THAT EACH IN OZ!!!!

    2010: Spring rolls to start :Neil had the seafood kebabs, I had the grilled chicken & Bali sauces, Amy had chicken cordon blue. with 2 lge Bin-tangs, a Singapore sling & sprite all up 272,800rp ($32.47 AUD) you'd pay that for the drinks alone in OZ!!
    for our other visits we had Fillet mignon, Saltimboca,Fish and chips , Spag Bol; 2 beers,2 cokes,a Mai tai, and a fruit punch 255,750rp ($30.45)
    Our last meal in Sanur : Med seafood pizza to start, Fillet Mignon,fettuccine ala pesto, Large pizza Romano,spag carbonara. 422,950rp ($50.35Aud)

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    The Bonsai Cafe Sanur: Sadly now CLOSED

    by nezz Updated Feb 5, 2010

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    Yummiest seafood curry
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    There is nothing better than to sit at tables set out on the sand in front of an ocean and they light candles ( and mozzi coils) for you as the sun goes down. Locals selling all manner of things from tshirts , sunglasses, art and massages are passing by in their last attempt of a sale before the day is done. Parents bring young children down to the water's edge for a splash and play in the retreating sea. The sailboat owners land their boats as the days trade has finished. You sip on a welcome drink and contemplate a delicious menu wondering what the family & friends at home will be eating for dinner that night. Yes that's what I like to do at a restaurant like The Bonsai Cafe.

    JAN 2010 UPDATE; Didn't eat here this trip but there was always people at the tables as we walked past. They have free WIFI so lots of laptops on tables.

    Favorite Dish: I had the delightful seafood curry, hubby had the surf & turf, my son had fish n chips while my daughter had steak schnitzel. All very yummy . Total bill along with a small bintang, an arak , diet coke, lemon & an orange juice came to 301,950rp( $43.00AUD). Not bad for four meals and drinks plus a terrific setting.

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    SPIRIT CAFE SANUR SADLY NOW CLOSED: TRY THE TUNA PATTIES

    by nezz Updated Feb 1, 2010

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    GREAT TUNA PATTIES
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    UPDATE October 2009........................
    I have just read on the internet that this cafe will be closing late in 2009. Hopefully the staff will find jobs elsewhere in Sanur as we loved their cooking. I will keep you posted..............................

    SET ON THE WALKWAY ON SANUR BEACH THIS RESTAURANT SERVES A WIDE RANGE OF FOOD. YOU CAN STOP FOR JUST A COFFEE OR STAY FOR A SUBSTANTIAL MEAL. WHEN THE BREEZE IS IN IT IS THE PERFECT SPOT TO BE. THEY ALSO GIVE THAT LITTLE BIT EXTRA, COLD DRINK ON ARRIVAL AND A LOVELY COLD TOWEL TO REFRESH YOU BEFORE TAKING YOUR FOOD ORDER.

    Favorite Dish: WE HAD A VARIED SELECTION OF DISHES HERE. I HAD THE MOST DELIGHTFUL THAI GREEN CURRY YUMMIER THAN PHUKET THE YEAR BEFORE. HUBBY HAD GRILLED CHICKEN BREAST AND SALAD, SON HAD THE BIGGEST TUNA PATTIES THEY LOOKED SO GOOD I HAD TO TAKE A PHOTO OF THEM. WENT BACK AGAIN IN NOV 2007 AND THE FOOD IS STILL WONDERFUL AND THE SERVICE WAS GREAT TOO. LOVE THE TUNA PATTIES & GREEN CURRY STILL. THE ICED COFFEE & TEA WAS SO REFRESHING AFTER A HOT MORNING OF SHOPPING.

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    BENNO'S CORNER CAFE: Benno's stick to the local food

    by nezz Updated Jan 31, 2010

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    TIME AND TIME AGAIN WE RETURN TO BALI AND ABSOLUTELY EVERY TIME WE HAVE TO VISIT BENNO'S AND USUALLY THAT IS MORE THAN ONCE PER TRIP. THERE ARE A NUMBER OF REASON'S WE LOVE BENNO'S. THE CAFE IS SITUATED IN THE HEART OF SINDHU BEACH MARKETS AND I HAVE SAID BEFORE IT IS A GREAT PLACE TO REST AFTER A BIG SHOP. YOU CAN WATCH THE BEACH SELLER'S, MASSAGE GIRLS, HAIR BRAIDER'S AND NAIL ARTISTS AT WORK. YOU CAN LOOK OUT OVER THE OCEAN AND WATCH THE FISHING BOATS TAKE PEOPLE OUT FOR A SAIL. ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON LOADS OF BALINESE FAMILIES FROLICKED AT THE SHORE AS THIS IS THE ONLY TIME THEIR PARENTS HAVE TIME OFF FROM WORK. ANOTHER THING WE LIKE TO DO IS WATCH ALL THE TOURISTS GO BY TRYING TO GUESS WHERE THEY COME FROM.- NB JAN 2010 WE RETURNED AND WERE SADLY DISAPPOINTED . THE FANTASTIC BUBBLY NATURED STAFF HAVE ALL GONE. THE FOOD WAS JUST OK AND YOU DON'T MIND PAYING A LITTLE BIT EXTRA IF THE FOOD IS FANTASTIC SADLY THIS IS NO MORE .

    Favorite Dish: WE ATE AT BENNO'S OVER 4 TIMES IN OUR JAN 2007 TRIP. WE WERE NEVER DISAPPOINTED AND THE SERVICE WAS MUCH FASTER THAN A LOT OF OTHER PLACES WE VISITED. WE ALSO GOT TAKEAWAY ONE NIGHT. SOME OF THE DISHES WE ATE ( PRICES IN AUST $) STK DIANE $6.10, FISH & CHIPS $5.50, CHICKEN NUGGETS $3.50, CHICKEN ALA KING $6.70, BEEF RENDANG $5.50, SPRING ROLLS $2.60, SNAPPER $7.60, MIXED GRILLED KEBABS $6.40, BAMBOO COCKTAIL $5.90, ALL YUMMY
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    JAN 2010 UPDATE; WENT STRAIGHT TO BENNOS FOR OUR FIRST NIGHTS DINNER. SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR NEW YEARS DAY WE HAD HOPED .THE SEAFOOD PLATTER FOR TWO AT 175,000 RP ( $23aud WITH TAX) WHILE SEEMS LIKE GREAT VALUE WAS JUST OK. THE SERVING SIZE WAS BARELY ENOUGH FOR TWO AND NO COMPLIMENTARY PEANUTS WERE OFFERED EVEN THOUGH THERE WERE PLATES OF NUTS ON THE BAR. NO WELCOME DRINKS ANYMORE AND WE HAD MUCH BETTER SERVICE AND SEAFOOD LATER IN OUR TRIP. EVEN THE STANDARD CHICKEN SATE WAS JUST ORDINARY.

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    JEPUN: Jepun-First Rate Food & Service

    by nezz Updated Jan 31, 2010

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    BEAUTIFUL ARTWORK & FOOD TOO

    WE HAD TWO WONDERFUL MEALS AT JEPUN ON OUR TRIP IN NOVEMBER 2007. IT'S THE LITTLE EXTRAS LIKE THE COMPLIMENTARY GARLIC BREAD & FREE TRANSPORT TO AND FROM YOUR HOTEL IN SANUR THAT MAKE A MEAL THERE MORE SPECIAL. THEY HAVE A GREAT SELECTION OF FOOD TO TRY IN THE MENU BOTH INDONESIAN AND WESTERN-STYLE TOO. THE DECOR WITH THE WONDERFUL ARTWORK DOWN TO THE FRANGIPANI DECORATED TOILETS MAKES FOR A SPECIAL OCCASION EVERYDAY. THE STAF ARE VERY ATTENTIVE WITHOUT BEING OVERBEARING. THE ATMOSPHERE IS CALM EVEN WHEN THE PLACE STARTS TO GET BUSIER.

    Favorite Dish: MY 11YR OLD WAS STARVING & WANTED THE FULL SERVE OF BEEF STROGANOFF, IT WAS A MASSIVE SERVE & SO DELICIOUS SHE JUST MANAGED TO FINISH IT WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM US. MY DAD & I STARTED WITH SPRING ROLLS YET AGAIN A DIFFERENT VERSION FROM THE LAST RESTAURANT FOLLOWED BY TWO DIFFERENT BUT WONDERFUL BEEF DISHES AND I HAD TWO VERY STRONG COCKTAILS...

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  • Smorgås Café: Swedish Coffee shop in Sanur

    by kimsil Updated Dec 31, 2009

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    Smorgås (should be spelled smörgås for Swedish people) is a great café owned by a Swedish family.

    It is one of the best coffee places in Sanur serving a lot of "home made" dishes. It is also a place where a lot of Swedish expats order their standard Swedish dishes (meat balls, gravlax etc). They serve some great food and healthy drinks whilst staff is friendly and helpful.

    Favorite Dish: Meatball sandwich and Quiche Bolognese is my absolute favourites. I also love the apple pie combined with a healthy juice.

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    cafe batujimbar: for cake lovers

    by aalayaa Written Aug 31, 2008
    salt and pepper in batujimbar cafe

    i ate nasi campur there. the portion is big, and everyday they have different variation for their nasi campur. after that i had cheese cake for dessert. the cakes here is very famous. some people come here just for the cake.

    Favorite Dish: the cakes

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    Manik Organic: Health Food Store and Natural Care

    by balisunshine Written Aug 31, 2008

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    Yummy greens!!!

    Ahhhhh! The things we can do to our bodies!
    We can cherish and worship our temples,
    like we can use to abuse them
    by filling ourselves with
    processed foods, dairy, and toxins.

    If you’re feeling a bit unbalanced
    and want to nourish yourself
    then heading over to Sanur where
    Manik Organik is could be
    an attribute to your health.

    Besides serving healthy food,
    they also offer natural remedies.

    A great place to obtain items such as
    Chickweed, Nettle, Burdock, Red Clover, etc.

    Consultations in natural healing
    are also provided.

    Yoga and meditation is also offered.

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    CAT & FIDDLE RESTAURANT: Tuesday night at Cat n Fiddle

    by nezz Updated Mar 6, 2008

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    THIS PLACE HAS SUCH A GREAT VIBE ON TUESDAY NIGHT. THERE IS AN IRISH BAND ( WHO ARE REALLY THE BRITISH CONSULATE AND HIS BROTHER )THAT PLAYS AND THE WHOLE PLACE IS JUMPING.

    NOV 2007 ANY TIME OF DAY IS GREAT. WE CALLED IN AT LUNCHTIME AND ENJOYED WONDERFUL FOOD AND THE PLACE WAS QUIET EXCEPT FOR 2 OTHER TABLES.

    Favorite Dish: TERRIFIC GUINESS AND BEEF PIE WITH MASH POTATO AND GRAVY =49500 RP ($6.20AUD)
    PLUS A REALLY YUMMY COTTAGE PIE. APPARENTLY THE SAUSAGES & MASH ARE GOOD TOO.

    NOV 2007: COTTAGE PIE YUMMY 42900 RP ($5.40)
    DONEGAL BEEF ( COMES IN A LITTLE POT ) 48400RP($6.05)

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    CASA LUNA: Casa Luna can be found in Sanur

    by nezz Updated Mar 6, 2008

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    MY SEAFOOD SATE YUUMY
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    We were heading off to eat further down the road when as usual in Bali there were Staff standing outside the restaurant with menus & a special board. Their roll is to entice you in with a special deal. They had overheard my daughter ask how far we had to walk & they jumped in with an offer to drive us home after dinner . That got us in as although taxis are cheap it's the hassle of finding one who'll use the meter for such a short trip. We were not disappointed. We were given a welcome drink each along with some nuts. My daughter & I were given a flower. They have a free salad bar so we used that instead of an entree as we were missing our salads. On our departure they gave us a voucher for a free desert on our next return visit. During our meal a guitarist played a variety of songs including requests . LIVE MUSIC IS THURSDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS
    NOV 2007 WE RETURNED TO CASA LUNA & WERE ONCE AGAIN VERY HAPPY WITH OUR MEALS. THEY GAVE US ALL FREE DESERT AS WELL AS A WELCOME DRINKS & A FAREWELL DRINK PLUS A LIFT HOME. ON OUR SECOND VISIT ON THE SATURDAY NIGHT WE SAT IN THE RAISED GAZEBO IN THE GARDEN AREA WHICH WAS LOVELY.

    Favorite Dish: Amy had potato soup to start then a kid's meal called sailor moon, which was chicken cordon blue quite large for 25,000Rp ( $3.60 AUD). I had the blackbioard special that had attracted me in. It was a grilled snapper fillet , calamari in batter & 2 grilled prawns with a chilli/ orange sauce served with yummy vegies. Have decided to go here on our next visit to Bali as there was a table near us that had ordered traditional balinese food & the presentation was amazing.
    NOV 2007 : WE DINED ON CHICKEN CORDON BLEU 44,885 rp ($5.60 AUD) SESAME TWICE CHEESE
    SAME $, SEGARA MUNCAN SEAFOOD SATES YUMMY 63 250 RP ($7.90)

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