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7 (and more) places to eat in Seminyak, Bali

 

▲ Food Galore, Food Trail 

Bali Itinerary Overview (2015). p.s. Read about our post of how to get a Taxi at Denpasar airport without being cheated – learn from our mistake!

There are tons of eating places in Seminyak and choices are aplenty. Here are some places to explore on your next visit to Seminyak Bali.


Naughty Nuri’s Warung

for pork ribs


Naughty Nuri’s Warung is famous for its pork ribs… for the tourists. Though the ribs are good, the prices are apparently too expensive for the locals. Besides the famous pork ribs, it also serves other western and BBQ items.

We tried the pork ribs and grilled chicken and both were fantastic! The ribs were BBQ-ed to perfection and the meat falls off the bones easily. The chicken was tender and soft and not dry at all. Personally, I think the secret is in the awesome-sauce.

The restaurant is isolated up north and quite a distance from Seminyak square.

www.naughtynurisseminyak.com | Tripadvisor reviews 
41 Jalan Batubelig

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Warung Wahaha

for pork ribs


If Naughty Nuri’s is too far up north for you, there’s Warung Wahaha on the south side of town. Another place with good reviews for its pork ribs!

Tripadvisor reviews 
Jalan Sunset road, Barat No.1689


Café Bali

for hipster fusion food café


Nice setting, good location, serves a fusion of Western and Indonesian food. There are mixed reviews for this place. We went anyway because of our friends’ recommendation. Our friends were there every day for breakfast throughout their stay. They liked it because it serves food found in Singapore’s hipster cafes, but at more affordable rates.

However, we went there for lunch and the food was not fantastic. The mains and desserts were average, even the fruit juice was so-so. Our verdict? Give this a place a miss. Very forgettable.

Tripadvisor Reviews
Jalan Oberoi

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Sea Circus

for hipster western food café


Sea Circus wasn’t on our list of restaurants to go to. But it was near to our hotel and hence we walked by quite a few times. It has a circus/naval-themed décor which is colourfully attractive.

I was inclined to dine there, but we didn’t have the time and chose Café Bali over Sea Circus. Wrong move. The online reviews for Sea Circus were much better than Café Bali. It serves tacos, salads, cocktails, smoothies, churros (must-try), etc.

Will try when I revisit Seminyak!

seacircus-bali.com | Tripadvisor Reviews
22 Jalan Kayu Aya, Oberoi Rd


Wacko Burger

For Burgers


Wacko Burger ranks #3 of restaurants in Seminyak on Tripadvisor.

The burgers were delicious but nothing too special because it’s similar to Fat Boy Burgers we tried in Singapore. Though if you are craving for some burgers, beer and fries, this is a great place to visit.

They have interesting puzzle blocks on each table for you to play with as you wait for their food. Good and friendly service.

facebook.com/wackoburger | Tripadvisor Reviews
Near the parking lot (Flea Market) between to Oberoi Hotel and Villa C151

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Sardine 

for affordable fine dining


The restaurant is small and cosy, with excellent ambience and service. Patrons also get a great view of the rice fields. Yup, they grow their own rice!

It serves mainly fish and seafood. We had this clam dish which was gooood! They also served complimentary appetizers and warm bread, which was great.

We spent about R550,000 (incl. of tax) for two. Cheap for fine dining. But if your budget is tight, its lunch is more affordable.

www.sardinebali.com | Tripadvisor reviews 
Jalan Petitinget 21 Kerobokan 

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Metis

for affordable fine dining


Just next to Sardine is Metis. Fine dining with an amazing view of the rice paddies too. The restaurant is also slightly bigger with bar, lounge, etc.

French Mediterranean cuisine.

metisbali.com | Tripadvisor reviews 
Jalan Petitenget 6 Kerobokan

 


Other alternatives for affordable fine dining (ladyironchef.com):

Ultimo Italian RestaurantIt serves pretty decent Italian food at reasonable prices, though there are some online reviews saying that Ultimo is overrated and disappointing. | Jalan Laksmana 104 Oberoi (Next to Rumours)

Rumours RestaurantRumours restaurant belongs under the same management as Ultimo, and it follows the same formula of serving relatively decent Western food at very affordable prices. It serves tenderloin, Chicken Schnitzel, Wagyu beef, etc. | Jalan Laksmana 100 Oberoi (Next to Ultimo)

 


Here’s a list from lovebangers.com.au of quality food at cheap prices:

La Luciola. Good for breakfast, lunch and sunset dinners or just coffee. A relaxing, modern Italian joint with reasonable prices.  It’s right on Seminyak beach with great views from upstairs.  Bookings for dinner are required. Jl. Kayu Aya | Petitenget Beach, Seminyak, Kuta

Cafe Zucchini  (aka Zuttion). They have a lunch and dinner menu, ranging light healthy contemporary salads to more substantial meals. The food is made using the best quality imported and locally sourced ingredients.  Was one of my favourite lunch spots. | Jalan Laksamana Basangkasa, Badung 

Betelnut Café. Breakfast is really light and fresh, great burgers, salads and juices. This place has a really great atmosphere and the service is very friendly.  They also do home delivery which is handy. | Batu Bolong 60, Canggu, Kuta

Biku. It’s a gorgeous tea lounge serving an amazing English style High Tea and great lunch and dinner. Jalan Petitenget No.888, Seminyak Kerobokan

The Junction. Good for a breakfast, brunch or lunch spot. Really affordable prices for a filling, quality and decent sized Italian meal. JL.Laksmana , Seminyak square, Seminyak

Grocer and Grind. Serving very modern meals – food and service was great. The prices are low and the juices are BIG!!  Definitely recommend for breakfast. | Jalan Kayu Jati no 3X, | Petitenget Beach, Seminyak


Can you spot the places mentioned above?

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Travels During January 2015

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