Fine dining & award-winning – these are Bali’s very best restaurants (

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Writer: Louise


It’s hungry work trying to decide where to eat, so we’ve done the hard work for you and rounded up the very best restaurants in Bali from every neighbourhood. This one’s for serious foodies.

So much food, so little time *SIGH*. Choosing between Bali’s Best Restaurants is hungry work, especially when there are more sensational restos popping up across the island than you can wave a fork at. And that’s before we get started on the cafes, the brunches, or the monthly lineup of Hot New Tables (believe us, there are plenty of them).

Yep, as you probably already know, Bali is becoming a real foodie destination, with all the best cuisines from around the world now on our tiny paradise island. And it’s not only the food that’s getting global gourmands’ attention. We have designer decor, celeb chefs, chic cocktails and awards a go-go – not to mention some of the most dreamy settings on the beach, clifftops, and deep in the jungle…

So, we’ve done the hard work for you and we’ve rounded up Bali’s Very Best Restaurants – the cream of the culinary crop from every neighbourhood. If you’re after Bali’s best local food, the best cafes or the best coffee shops, this one ain’t for you. But if you’re a die-hard gourmand or a curious epicurean, then bring your appetite and get dressed in your best – here are Bali’s Very Best Restaurants for serious foodies.

Japanese Sunday Brunch: Ji Terrace by the Sea

The lowdown: Every single Sunday at Ji Terrace by the Sea, this stunning Japanese fusion restaurant at Hotel Tugu Bali serves up a creative Japanese brunch menu alongside contemporary cocktails, panoramic ocean views, a slightly salty sea breeze and chill tropical tunes. It’s Canggu’s go-to Sunday grazing spot, with an affordable free-flow of fine wines and cocktails to boot. Hungry brunchers can feast on charcoal-grilled Yakitori, fresh sushi rolls, Wagyu steak with egg, Ahi tuna, beef tataki with garlic crisps and breakfast Udon, to name just a few. Pstt – don’t forget Ji’s Wasabi Bloody Mary to top it all off, and if you’re bringing the kids, there’s a dedicated corner with arts and crafts to keeps young ones occupied…

The deal: The brunch includes endless orders of Japanese bites with complimentary free-flow on selected non-alcoholic drinks. The (recommended) option of adding free-flow cocktails and wines is also available. The brunch runs from 11am – 3pm every Sunday.

Ji Terrace by the Sea at Hotel Tugu Bali, Jl Pantai Batu Bolong, Canggu,

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