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French
Badung
3 reviews
It's certainly one of the most romantic, with candlelit tables tucked away in a luxuriant tropical garden. — Concierge
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Asian
Gianyar
3 reviews
This place has been around since the mid-'60s. The specialty of the house is "torn fried chicken" (ayam goring suir). — Frommer's
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Cafe
3 reviews
A few minutes walk from Monkey Forest, this restaurant is situated on Ubud's main road — Travel + Leisure
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Cafe
Badung
3 reviews
This traditional café, or warung, serves authentic Indonesian cooking in a canopy-shaded garden of orchids and flowering trees. — Concierge
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Diners
Badung
3 reviews
Seafood fresh from the famous Jimbaran market is the star at this elegant yet intimate, casual yet stylish restaurant. — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
3 reviews
The Ubud version of the Canggu original attracts a young fashionable crowd for quality Western food. — Lonely Planet
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Asian
2 reviews
Long-time resident and cookbook author Heinz von Holzen, his wife Puji and an enthusiastic staff serve exquisitely flavoured dishes at this superb restaurant. — Lonely Planet
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Italian
Badung
4 reviews
The quintessential beachside hot spot, “La Looch’s” thatch-roofed, bi-level restaurant opens onto a sweeping palm-studded lawn and the scenic beach beyond. — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
Badung
4 reviews
After strolling through the antique and jewelry galleries, head to the refined dining room of this celebrated French restaurant overlooking expansive lotus ponds. — Fodor's
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Asian
2 reviews
Brought to you by the owners of Resto Ming, down the road, this charming restaurant is newer and in my opinion better than its counterpart -- and I'm just nuts about the name. — Frommer's
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Asian
4 reviews
Opposite Ubud Palace, you’ll see lunchtime crowds waiting for one thing: the Balinese-style roast babi guling (suckling pig). — Lonely Planet
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Healthy
2 reviews
This is an extremely popular cafe with fantastic vegetarian mains, California-style burritos, coffee, and desserts. — Frommer's
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Asian
2 reviews
A breezy two-level restaurant with a winsome logo, Enak specialises in Indonesian food. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
From the La Lucciola stable comes this rare find: An upscale restaurant showcasing traditional Indonesian recipes, refined and beautifully presented. — Frommer's
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International
4 reviews
Inside a 150-year-old Javanese teak house laden with antiques, Biku is a restaurant, cocktail lounge, and bookstore catering to Seminyak's upscale expat community. — Fodor's
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Asian
3 reviews
Made’s was the original tourist warung in Kuta. Through the years, the Westernised Indonesian menu has been much copied. — Lonely Planet
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European
3 reviews
All-suite beach pad in tony Nusa Dua with butlers, a spa and 40,000-square-foot swimming pool. — Jetsetter
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International
3 reviews
The namesake bridges are right outside this multilevel restaurant with sweeping views of the gorgeous river gorge — Lonely Planet
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Italian
Badung
3 reviews
Since it opened in 2000, this classy contemporary Australian restaurant has maintained its status as the island's most glamorous. — Concierge
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Asian
Badung
3 reviews
Sarong serves up a culinary rarity: a pan-Asian menu where authentic Indian, Chinese, Thai, and Indonesian cuisines peacefully coexist. — Concierge
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