8 restaurants you need to eat at in Bali
Bali is filled with healthy, fresh, and delicious food. It seems like on every street there is another health cafe with tons of fresh pressed juices, smoothie bowls, energy balls, and salads. These were some of my top favourite meals!
Here are my top 8 restaurants you need to eat at in Bali!
1. Cafe organic
A classic in Bali. Cafe organic has 2 locations. One in Seminyak, and one in Canggu. Both have the same menu but the space themselves offer a different vibe. Some of my favourites include their matcha pancakes and taro latte (a must!)
2. Nalu bowls
If you’ve looked up anything about Bali on Instagram, you’re bound to see one of the famous Nalu bowls. These are big delicious smoothie bowls served up in coconut shells, with choices of various fruit toppings and delicious granola! (I’d recommend the Uluwatu bowl and the J-bay)
3. Sea circus
This is a fun one! The restaurant itself is bright, colourful, and makes you feel like your actually eating in a trendy circus. The menu ranges from healthy to not so healthy items, like quinoa salads & avocado toast, to french fries & churros.
Sisterfields is a top choice for the more “gourmet foodie.” You’ll find endless inspiring dishes-not to mention the beautiful insta-worthy plating! (Don’t miss out on their polenta fries!)
5. Eden cafe
An organic dream. Eden cafe sources all their ingredients from local farmers, and makes all their own nut milks (which are Amazing!) Enjoy an array of healthy breakfast, lunch, and dinner choices! (My favourite was their vanilla flourless pancakes!)
Stop in at Ulekan if your looking for traditional Indonesian food…with a twist! The restaurant itself looks like it could be a top trending resto in New York. The food is traditional with fresh ingredients, bold flavours, and beautiful plating! Be sure not too miss out on their banoffee dessert, (seen below) it’s to die for! (*I ate at Ulekan at night without good lighting-photos of the food are courtesy of Ulekan’s Instagram.)
7. Bukit cafe
This one was one of my most memorable meals in Bali. As a health food blogger this cafe particularly stood out to me for their creative healthy dishes bursting with flavour. (Seriously, one of the best quinoa salads and chia puddings of my life…)
8. Pituq cafe
This hidden gem is tucked away on the island Gili Trawangan. Walk or bike through the jungle streets of Gili T, pet some kitties on the way, and you’ll stumble upon this laid-back vegan cafe where you can hang out and indulge is some epic vegan eats. (You have to get their pumpkin curry wrap!)
You can check out more of my Bali adventures here!
Great guide. I do not understand why people, when they are on a trip, want to eat the things from home (like granola, avo toast etc.).
Indonesia has a great tasty cuisine (satay, nasi goreng, soto ajam etc.) and there are a lot of cute traditional places to eat.
Personally i would always choose to eat local over “insta-foods”.
Thank you Stephanie! I’m happy the guide was helpful!
Thank you so much for your tips!! It really helped me deciding where to go over there and it was delicious! !
I’m so glad it was helpful Anna! Hope you enjoyed your time there!
Bali has been on “my list” for quite some time. And I love your restaurant suggestions. A perfect balance of healthy and indulgent! A truly great chia pudding and quinoa salad would make me want to go back again and again. But, how cute is that taro latte! I might have missed it, but where did you stay?!
Thanks Maria! The food there is amazing and theres so many healthy cafes, you really can’t go wrong! I traveled in several areas: ubud, seminyak, canggu, uluwatu, and gili trawangan!
The taro latte there is wonderful! I stayed at many places. If you need specifics feel free to e-mail me via the contact page on my website! xx