Places to Eat in Bali
Places to Eat in Bali
Places to Eat in Bali 14. September 2018


Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay, Jimbaran,

Sundara, meaning ‘beautiful’ in the ancient Sanskrit language, is befitting of this two-storey beachfront restaurant at Four Seasons Resort, which offers panoramic views of Jimbaran Bay. With a good mix of five star luxury and relaxed beach-club vibes, it is very tempting to lounge the afternoon away by the Infinity Edge steps away from the beach and lapping waves. The dining menu, helmed by chef Greg Bunt, features local organic produce, freshly caught seafood, Australian meats and homemade bread and condiments. If you’re spoilt for choice, do try their speciality— chopped wagyu beef served on a toasted brioche bun and topped with Emmental cheese, pickled zucchini and relish.

Warung Babi Guling Pak Dobiel

Jalan Srikandi 2, Nusa Dua, Bali

Warung Babi Guling Pak DobielYou won’t find slick décor, fine cutlery, or waitresses in traditional gear waiting to serve you. This warung, converted from a home, is unpretentious and a little out of the mainstream. Some locals prefer the babi guling served here because of its more pungent taste of herbs and spices compared to the famous Ibu Oka as popularised by Anthony Bourdain. Here they roast about five whole pigs a day in the kitchen behind the eatery in the traditional way fi red by teak wood, until the skin is a deep caramel with a super thick crispy crust. A dish of Nasi Campur includes crispy pork skin, pork slices, sambal, deep fried pork liver and lawar (mixed vegetables with herbs and spices) as well as two sticks of delicious pork satay. Coupled with a normal serving of Jukut Ares (a type of soup prepared using young banana stem and ribs) a meal here costs about 40,000 Rupiah

Lello Lello

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Jalan Kayu Aya 21, Seminyak, Bali

Lello Lello“Tomorrow we can eat broccoli. But today is for gelato!” says a cheeky sign on the wall of this gelato parlour. Well, every day can be a gelato day, judging from the variety and quality of their gelatos on offer. Lello Lello opened in August 2013 to rave reviews from customers, with many proclaiming it to be the best gelato place in Bali. This place takes pride in the fact that all their gelatos are made from scratch and with only natural ingredients. Flavours run the gamut from the traditional dark chocolate to the innovative and wacky, such as the trio-flavoured coconut, passionfruit and pistachio gelato and a green smoothie gelato which has spinach, parsley and green apple in it. The Snoop Dogg flavour, inspired by the American rapper, consists of chocolate gelato with gooey caramel and homemade chocolate fudge cake folded through. For something savoury to balance out the sweetness, the place also serves up freshly-made roti canai, an Indian-influenced flatbread, accompanied with curry.