1. METIS, Petitenget – Seminyak
MÉTIS Restaurant and Gallery welcomes guests to enjoy an entirely sensory dining experience overlooking a beautiful view of paddy field. Chef Nicolas ‘Doudou’ Tourneville, formerly of Kafe Warisan, brings his legendary talent and culinary artistry to the table with a masterful combination of French Mediterranean cuisine. Together with Executive Chef Desyanto Nugroho he introduces inovative flavors that continuously please the guests. Flawless service in one of Bali’s most elegantly sophisticated settings is just the beginning of this seduction into the depths of the five senses. MÉTIS is as fresh and sumptuous as the cuisine that graces its tables.
2. Sarong, Petitenget – Seminyak
Sarong offers guests two dining pavilions to enjoy a leisurely dinner, an outdoor lounge and an informal dining area adjacent to the bar, which is a great meeting place to taste superb cocktails and world-class wines. The restaurant is open evenings only and seats 142 in total. -It is advisable to advance book although walk-in guests may be accommodated in the lounge area that blends perfectly with the sumptuously decorated open-air environment. Not suitable for children under 12.
3. Sardine, Petitenget – Seminyak
Sardine is a charming restaurant in the Seminyak area housed in a striking bamboo structure overlooking a vista of endless rice paddies. The working rice fields which the restaurant faces are tended daily by the local farmers and the verdant field is surrounded by a herbaceous border of live bamboo and lily ponds.-Here the cuisine is a inspired as the decor. Sundowners at sunset here is as good as it gets and there is a special small bites menu on offer.
4. Settimo Cielo
Rustic Refined Italian. That’s what Settimo Cielo, meaning seventh heaven in Italian, introduces them to be. Line-caught fish and organic produce bring the best of land and sea to your plate. Your meal might include terra cotta bowls with hand-made pasta, grilled seafood portioned from copper and brass, or savory side dishes served from ceramics.
5. Mozaic, Ubud
Mozaic Restaurant is a fresh oasis of ingenuity in the world of gastronomy. It is the uniqueness of the experience that has become the hallmark of its reputation, encompassing the quality of the ingredients, the perfect execution, the sheer multitude of flavours and the quality of the service, all to be enjoyed in a lush tropical setting.
6. il Lido
One of the finest and famous Italian Restaurants has opened a branch in the beautiful paradise of Bali. IlLido is located strategically in Kerobokan Street replacing the popular spot of Warisan Restaurant. Offering amazingly timeless classics of the traditional and familiar ingredients and flavours of Italian cuisine.
7. Slippery Stone, Batu Belig – Seminyak
The open kitchen and lounge areas create a unique feeling of warmth and hospitality. A Balinese feel is presence due to breathtaking rice paddy views, and the local farmers going about their day-to-day business. -The focus on the menu proper is strongly on local produce and flavours with dishes include creative grills, rotisserie meats and artesian pizzas.
8. Chez Gado Gado, Seminyak
Bold and chic, the casual fine-dining & functions venue Chez Gado Gado, has a big – but suitably playful – name. After over thirty years, the restaurant has earned itself a long-standing legacy in what is usually only fifteen minutes of culinary fame. Modestly standing to the side tail-end of Jl. Dhyana Pura in the bustling labyrinth of Seminyak, Chez Gado Gado has the appearance of a strong and quiet secret, reluctantly shared.
As a restaurant offering primarily Pan-Mediterranean cuisine with menus thought up by an ingenious Dutch chef – on an Indonesian island – it’s easy to see why the name is an apt one. Chez Gado Gado is an exotic and ambient blend in a magical location with unsurpassed views of the orange sunsets over the Indian Ocean. Staffed by passionate people from all around the country – plus a Sommelier from Chile offering a distinctive wine list – this delectable secret is an exotic blend, indeed.
9. Frestro & Bar, Seminyak
Frestro is an artisan gourmet cuisine restaurant in the heart of Petitenget by one of Indonesia’s most creative Chef Mandif that has made his mark with Blanco par Mandif in Ubud. The restaurant serves healthy and creative Mediterranean cuisine and sources fine ingredients from local producers around the island, elevating it to a whole other level.
10. KAUM, Seminyak
From the Potato Head group, comes KAUM, a restaurant that wants to pay tribute to the more than 600 ethnic groups that make up Indonesia. Kaum celebrates and presents a taste of Indonesia’s culinary origins inspired by the Archipelago’s indigenous tribes to a wider global audience. We think KAUM is the best and the most well-thought of Indonesian restaurant in Bali.
11. Cascades, Ubud
CasCades is an awards winning restaurant located 5 minutes drive from the centre of Ubud Bali, providing a dining experience with striking tropical valley views alongside meticulously crafted food and wine menus. As a fine dining restaurant with European and Asian influences, CasCades produces bold and unique dishes that are perfect for a celebratory or romantic dinner. The 10 metre high Balinese style thatched roof houses the CasCades bar and casual dining area, 500 m² area for lunch or afternoon cocktails. Regular weekly piano performances in the evening contribute to a vibrant and ambient restaurant. Owned and managed by an Australian family, CasCades sources the finest produce from around the globe including Australian wagyu beef, Canadian lobster and French fois gras.
12. Teatro Gastroteque, Seminyak
Teatro Gastroteque is a boutique fine dining restaurant, located in the epicentrum of Bali’s best dining destination, Seminyak. Offering a sophisticated Asian twist on the French cuisine, sourcing the best produce available in the market, using local ingredients to deliver authentic flavour with bold presentation, highlighting quality ingredients.
13. Merah Putih
Celebrating Indonesia’s finest cuisine, culture, craftsmanship & people, Indonesian classics are served along side creative dishes that experiment with traditional spices & flavours from across the archipelago.
The architecture of the restaurant is not just beautiful, but also employs rigid eco sustainability concepts. Translucent roof columns capture rainwater and channel it into their water-flow system. Advanced UV filters purify and recycle water, meaning the restaurant draws on no precious groundwater reserves. Solar filtered glass walls meanwhile let the light through to allow our landscaped interiors to thrive, yet keep the tropical heat out.
14. Blanco par Mandif
BLANCO par Mandif Proudly presents a different approach Indonesian Heritage Cuisine: degustation style. Nestled within the Blanco Renaissance Museum complex, offering you natural views of the Tjampuhan River.
From the bountiful harvest of Jimbaran Bay to the lush greenery of Kintamani Hills, BLANCO par Mandif spares no effort in bringing you the best of the seasons. Truly, from nature to table. Pairing the diversity of Indonesian flavours alongside Chef Mandif is Eko Putro, who previously curated the wine list of MÉTIS, another Seminyak institution.
15. La Lucciola
La Lucciola offers unique Mediterranean-Asian fusion fare in a breezy, open-air setting.
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