If you’re coming to Bali and want to experience some of Seminyak’s fabulous high-end dining cuisine or perhaps a great restaurant to take the family, then you are going to be spoiled for choice.
Seminyak’s dining options are endless. The list seems to keep growing every year, with celebrity chefs and well-known restaurant operators setting up shop in the famous “Eat Street” area.
No expense has been spared in the setup and fit-out of these fine dining establishments; the ‘wow factor’ as soon as you enter some places is breathtaking. Because of Seminyak’s scale and number of restaurants, we thought we would list our top taste buds’ tantalising foodies heaven restaurants that you must visit.
Go on and enjoy!
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From Melbourne, Australia, Mr Chambers is a new fine dining restaurant and cocktail bar that has now opened in the trendiest district of Seminyak, Bali. Serving delicious Pan Asian tapas, Indian tandoor and excellent cocktails, this dining hub promises good food and food vibes to kick off an unforgettable evening in Seminyak. The kitchen is fun by the famous Balinese head chef Wayan Priana who worked at Sarong Restaurant. Treat yourself and take your loved one on a food journey at Mr Chambers. The cocktail menu is extensive. Do reserve a table!
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Address: Jl. Petitenget No.98, Seminyak, Bali | Contact: +62 821 4722 8734
The Grumpy Butcher
The peeps behind Bow and Cow now opened a nice restaurant on the Petitenget Strip in Seminyak, The Grumpy Butcher – a smokehouse BBQ restaurant to fall in love with. You can expect high-quality meat cuts and excellent services. Think housemade sausages, BBQ ribs and more paired with your favourite glass of draft beer or the perfect glass of Cabernet Sauvignon to wine to pair with your 12-hour smoked beef brisket. For all you meat lovers out there, this new dining venue in Seminyak is a must-visit!
Visit The Grumpy Butcher
Address: Jl. Petitenget No.21A Kerobokan Bali | Contact: +62 818-0222-7777 | Open daily from 12 pm to 11 pm
The Flying Squirrel
A new Japanese restaurant in town – it’s a sushi bar. Already a great success in Singapore, The Flying Squirrel is now open in Seminyak. Get ready for some delicious sushi and Sashimi, Maki and innovative Balinese creations. The Flying Squirrel is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and we do recommend coming in for a local Balinese breakfast (Bubur Ayam Betuti)! This newcomer in Seminyak’s dining scene is located on the corner of the buzzing Petitenget Street. They also have a great selection of Japanese Sake as well as delicious cocktails.
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Address: Jalan Petitenget Seminyak, Kerobokan Kelod, Seminyak, Bali | Contact: +62 811-3827-7773 | Opening hours: Daily from 8 am – 11 pm/12 am
Located in the high-end Seminyak Village shopping mall on Oberoi Road, Barbarossa serves delicious Mediterranean cuisine made with fresh ingredients from Balinese soil. Combining hearty Iberian and Italian soul food with French haute cuisine and flavours from Morocco and Lebanon, this place should definitely catch your interest. We love their Wood-fired meat dishes and pizzas. The restaurant has a rustic industrial interior design, and they have both indoor and outdoor tables set amidst the vibrant shopping, dining and clubbing scenes in Seminyak.
Address: Seminyak Village Unit, Jl. Kayu Jati No.8, Seminyak, Bali | Contact: +62 811-3882-0222 | Opening hours: daily from 10 am – 10 pm
Amici is a fabulous newcomer to Seminyak’s exclusive dining scene. Simple yet refined authentic Italian cuisine with a contemporary twist, the menu is created by Michelin chef Enrico Bartolini who earned 12 Michelin stars so far. All this goodness is prepared by Head Chef Alessandro D’Amico and Sous Chef Marco Oppizio. The restaurant has an open kitchen where you can watch the chefs do magic with fresh local ingredients and Imported Italian goods. You’ll be taken on a gastronomic journey at Amici Bali!
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Address: Jl. Petitenget No.19x, Seminyak, Bali | Contact: +62 899-6999-000 | Opening hours: Mon – Sun from 11 am – 3 pm and 6 pm – 12 am
If you’re looking for those magical rice field views while dining on some sumptuous Indonesian cuisine, then Nook is the place to go. It’s less than 1 km from Seminyak’s trendy Petitenget area and is easily accessible if you get a taxi. You can be there in less than 10 minutes, depending on the traffic. Nook is open 7 days for breakfast, lunch and dinner and the time to be there is at sunset time to enjoy what has to be one of the best sunsets in Bali. This is a family-friendly restaurant with burgers and pasta served as well. Just imagine dining under the stars right on the rice fields. Coming to Bali is all about this, and it’s worth coming here just for the experience alone.
Address: Jl. Umalas I No.3, Kerobokan Phone: +62 361 8475625
This is one of Seminyak’s most well-known high-end restaurants and with rice field views and a to-die-for ambience, it’s no wonder tourists from all over Bali flock here to sample Indonesian and western delights at Sardine. The food is totally organic and served fresh from the local farm. Centrally located in Petitenget / Seminyak, you should put this venue high on your dining list. Again, like most of these special restaurants in Bali, you are going to get those fantastic rice field views while sipping on a cocktail or sampling the best nasi goreng in the world.
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Address: Jl. Petitenget No.21, Kerobokan. Phone: +62 811-3978-333
No list of top restaurants would be complete without the inclusion of one of Bali’s most well-known and frequented restaurants. Book well ahead as this place is full most days. Located at the top of Seminyak just before Sunset Rd, you will soon see why people come here, time and time again. Mama San is a relatively new restaurant and has quickly gained a solid reputation for Asian fusion-inspired cuisine. Make sure you try the dumplings as these are simply divine. The décor, as you can imagine, is decked out on 1930’s style Chinese furniture and artwork, and the place is absolutely buzzing. You will be surprised to know that it’s actually really good value and less expensive than other restaurants of this calibre. So if you’re craving some Chinese food in Bali make sure you head over to Mama San. After dinner, have a stroll around the area as it’s right at the beginning of the main shopping strip running down from Seminyak to Oberoi.
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Address: Jl. Raya Kerobokan No.135, Kerobokan. Phone: +62 818-0612-6700
In the heart of the trendy area of the Petitenget area, Sarong has a reputation for serving huge portions of Asian and Indonesian dishes with a dash of Indian cuisine. There is something for all pallets at Sarong, and patrons can enjoy the humming ambience of Petitenget while dining on some of the tastiest dishes in all of Bali. The dishes come here very spicy, so make sure you ask your waiter to dial down the chillis. Sarong is super popular and considered one of Seminyak’s finest high-end dining establishments.
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Address: Jl. Petitenget No.19x, Kerobokan. Phone: +62 812-3634-3386
In the heart of Eat St, Biku is an eclectic restaurant that also serves high tea. Serving Indonesian and comforting home-style Western food, this place is busy most of the time, so you must make a reservation. The ambience is traditional Balinese as the place is built in a Javanese-style joglo. There are tables inside and outside, but once you’re seated, you will notice the eclectic interiors.
This is a great place to take the whole family and seems to be somewhat less pretentious than many restaurants in its niche. Portions are large, and the kids can have burgers and pizza while the adults can choose from an extensive menu. This is the type of restaurant where you want to come back for a second time – it’s really worth it.
Visit Biku in Seminyak
Address: Jalan Petitenget No.888 Seminyak. Phone: +62 851-0057-0888
This is a Seminyak institution, and being on the beach makes it one of the most popular high-end dining options in Bali. Whenever you utter the words La Lucciola, most people have the same response; You will have a fabulous meal. It’s a sophisticated place where you want to spend the whole evening. Start here at sunset to enjoy the views, then settle in for a meal of homemade pasta, risotto, and oven-baked fish.
You have to enter La Lucciola through the Petitenget temple, so this sets the scene for a dramatic entry. While listening to the surf, you will eat in a gorgeous double-storey pavilion with a tropical Balinese Alang Alang-style roof. This is an experience worth doing, if just for a couple of sunset cocktails. But take our word for it; you will love the pasta and garlic bread.
Visit: La Lucciola Seminyak
Address: Pantai Petitenget, Jalan Kayu Aya, Kerobokan. Phone: +62 361 730838
This is one of the best Italian restaurants in Seminyak, and if your mouth is already watering at the thought of delicious kinds of pasta, salads and wines eaten in the trendy area of Oberoi’s famous ‘ Eat St’, then head over here. There is an indoor dining area with an outdoor garden patio setting which is ideal if you’re looking for a romantic night out. The menu here is extensive, and prices are low–so enjoy this little gem!
Visit: Ultimo Italian
Address: Jl. Kayu Aya No.104X, Kerobokan. Phone: +62 361 738720
Are you in the mood for sushi & sashimi combined with an amazingly good local Jazz band that rocks your evening until midnight strikes? Head over to Ryoshi House of Jazz on a Monday evening. Do make a reservation upstairs for a Japanese table in front of the stage and prepare to get blown away. The food is great and priced really well—all fresh and healthy and non-GMO soybeans.
Address: Jl. Raya Seminyak No.17, Seminyak
With gorgeous interiors, professionally-trained staff and a delightful menu curated by head chef Dean Keddell, Ginger Moon is a dining venue not to be missed, located on the famous Eat Street in Oberoi Seminyak. The cuisine is Asian fusion, and there are fabulous sharing menus if you like to try a little bit of everything.
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Address: Jl. Kayu Aya No. 7 Seminyak Kuta, Kerobokan
In for stunning views, romance and delicious French haute-cuisine? Metis is where to go. This famous restaurant, lounge and art gallery sits on the corner of where Petitenget Street begins, right next to Rob Peetoom Spa, and it is a must-visit on a special evening out with someone you love. Metis boasts rice fields and garden views, there are indoor and outdoor tables, and they have a grand wine collection to choose from. Munch on French Mediterranean cuisine by head chef Nicolas ‘Doudou’ Tourneville and executive chef Dove Sudarsana, or come in for a lovely afternoon tea.
Address: Jl. Petitenget No.6, Kerobokan. Phone: +62 361 4737888
Not just a fabulous coffee hot spot on Kayu Aya Street but also a lovely place to sit down for a delicious meal. Any hour of the day is a good time to head over to Revolver Espresso! This charming espresso bar is hidden away from the main street in a little passage off Kayu Aya, but anyone who has been to Seminyak before has tracked this place down already – it’s quite a famous cafe for good reasons! You can sit outside or inside, upstairs or downstairs, waiting for your coffee to be brewed and your food to be prepared freshly. There’s an all-day breakfast menu, or you can go for a patty burger or salad. Portions are good, and the prices are affordable. We also love the Revolver Espresso Martini!
Visit: Revolver Espresso
Address: Jalan Kayu Aya No. Gang 51, Seminyak Phone: +62 851-0088-4968
Not only a place to go for fantastic cocktails and unforgettable evenings out but also a place to come in for a dining fiesta, the super colourful and Instagrammable Motel Mexicola Restaurant features a gorgeous design and outstanding Mexican cuisine. Motel Mexicola is located in the heart of Oberoi, just metres from the beach and Jalan Kayu Aya. You can’t miss it with its bright colours, the feel-good music and happy crowds coming in all day and night.
Visit: Motel Mexicola
Address: Jl. Kayu Jati No.9X, Kerobokan – Phone: +62 361 736688
Kim Soo is a fabulous place to come in for lunch, coffee and shopping! Yep – all in 1! All ladies will love this place as all the eating and shopping you’ll do are guilt-free. Organic salads and juices, sandwiches and fruit bowls. Handmade textiles throw, linen clothing, and homeware wanna haves, don’t miss this cafe on the corner of where Jalan Raya Seminyak begins.
Visit: Kim Soo
Address: Jl. Kayu Aya No.21, Kerobokan. Phone: +62 822-4713-0122
More famous for its coffee than anything else, Corner House is a favourite hang-out spot among tourists and ex-pats staying in Seminyak. Sitting on the corner of where Oberoi Road begins, it’s the coffee that is great here and the food! Plenty of beautiful Seminyak villas are located within short walking distance of Cornerhouse, so do pop by for a scrumptious brunch, lunch or dinner. The pizza is also pretty great, and they also serve cold beers!
Visit: Corner House
Address: Jl. Kayu Aya No. 10 A, Kerobokan, Seminyak. Phone: +62 361 730276
Ask any Aussie holidaying in Seminyak; they’ll tell you to go to Sisterfields! This trendy brunch cafe is always busy for good reasons: great food, super yummy smoothie, excellent coffee and nothing but good vibes. You’ll find Sisterfields right across Seminyak Village in the chicest part of town. It’s got a very buzzy vibe with great food, reasonable prices and the best part is the central location.
Address: Jl. Kayu Cendana No.7, Seminyak. Phone: +62 811-3860-507
In for an affordable family meal with the family? Surely you and the kids are in for a pizza night! Head over to Warung Italia, located on Jalan Kunti in the centre of Seminyak. This popular restaurant has been around for ages, serving family-sized pizzas, pasta, salads and more. They even have a pasta bar where you can design your own plate with a little bit of everything you like. There is a smoker’s area and a non-smokers area, and the staff is very friendly.
Visit: Warung Italia
Address: Jalan Kunti I No.2, Seminyak. Phone: +62 361-737437
Combine traditional Indonesian food with enchanting dance performances at Made’s Warung on Jalan Raya Seminyak; there are performances going on every night of the week. With beautiful traditional costumes, Balinese dance and music, dinner at this beloved family restaurant promises to be a feast for all of your senses. Made’s Warung has been around since 1969, and on the menu, you’ll find authentic Indonesian home cooking as well as Western options for kids.
Visit: Made’s Warung
Address: Jl. Raya Seminyak, Seminyak. Phone: +62 361 732130
LacaLaca Cantina Mexicana
This cheerful and colourful Mexican restaurant sits right on the corner where Eat Street begins, and Drupadi Street ends. You’ll be welcomed with a big smile by Putu Carlos, who will find you the perfect table in the open air. How about a Jalapeno-infused tequila or a jug of homemade sangria to share with friends before the food feast starts? LacaLaca Cantina Mexicana is great for groups of happy holidayers in the mood for burritos and Mexican cocktails. It’s also a great family restaurant with special kids’ evenings where your little ones eat for free.
Visit: LacaLaca Cantina Mexicana
Address: Jl. Drupadi No.1, Seminyak. Phone: +62 822-4731-2218
Going vegan? You can’t miss out on the delicious plant-based creations at Kynd Community. This cafe is located on the buzzing Petitenget Street, and it is a hot spot for Instagrammers as the interior design is original, fun and colourful, with wall paintings and all. From giant smoothies and salad bowls to Balinese Big Macs, all fresh, healthy and vegan – it’s an experience even non-vegans will love.
Visit: Kynd Community
Address: Jalan Petitenget No.12 Kerobokan Kelod, Seminyak. Phone: +62 859-3112-0209
From home-baked French croissants to parties & coffee, a delicious Croque Monsieur, soups, quiches or chicken cordon bleu, this artisan bakery and restaurant satisfies all your cravings. No matter where you’re staying in Seminyak, there is one cafe across Seminyak Square in Oberoi and another across from Metis in Petitenget, featuring a lovely garden with rice field views. Breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner – it’s all amazingly good at Monsieur Spoon Seminyak!
Address: Jl. Kayu Cendana Oberoi No.2, Kerobokan. Phone: +62 878-6280-8859
Visit Monsieur Spoon in Petitenget St No.112-A, Kerobokan. Phone: +62 878-6280-8859
Hip, happening and trendy, Da Maria is a fabulous Italian restaurant and nightlife spot in Petitenget Seminyak. This Seminyak restaurant features a gorgeous architectural design and striking interiors. There is an open kitchen where the pizzas are baked on the spot, and your pasta is created by hand. Da Maria combines refined Italian food with wine, music, art and fashion. They have frequent events going on, with international DJs coming in to get the party starting. Da Maria might be the best Italian restaurant on the island and it most certainly is the trendiest one.
Address: Jl. Petitenget No.170, Kerobokan. Phone: +62 361 9348523
Ling-Ling’s Seminyak is a great place to gather with friends, munching on Asian sharing tapas and sipping tropical drinks before exploring Seminyak’s nightlife later on in the evening. This dining spot serves outstanding Asian fusion food such as Korean Chicken, Japanese Teriyaki and more. We also love the innovative cocktails and unique ambience in the Seminyak Dining Scene.
Address: Jl. Petitenget No.43B, Kerobokan . Phone: +62 819-1641-7867
Ever heard of Kaiseki cuisine? You can find out at the traditional Japanese restaurant Takumi in Seminyak. Located on the buzzing Petitenget Strip in town, this reservation-only restaurant is one of a kind and very exclusive. Kaiseki dining is a form of culinary art. Head chef Daijiro Horikoshi makes sure every dish is a piece of art, tasting amazingly good and looking beautiful. Eating out at Takumi Restaurant in Seminyak is an experience you don’t want to miss out on.
Address: Jl. Petitenget No.43A, Seminyak, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali. Phone: +62 817-427-313
At Uma Garden, you can dine in a picturesque garden setting. The restaurant is hidden away in the lush green rice paddies of Umalas, just minutes from Seminyak and Canggu. Uma Garden specializes in over-fire cooking. They strive to bring people together with shared-dining plates and nothing but good vibes. The dreamy garden, where you can dine beneath a sky full of stars, is perfect for romantic couples and candlelit dinners. It’s also a great place for friends to gather, sharing delicious food and drinks on the peaceful outskirts of Seminyak. Do make a reservation!
Visit: Uma Garden
Address: Jl. Umalas 1 No.8, Kerobokan Kelod, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali. Phone: +62 821-4736-9323
Chez Gado Gado
Just can’t get enough of the beach or that magical island sunset? Go dine at Chez Gado Gado in Seminyak. This absolute beachfront dining venue has been around since the 1980ties. In fact, it was one of the first nightclubs on the beach in Seminyak but these days, Chez Gado Gado is an excellent fine-dining restaurant serving very good Indonesian food as well as pan-Mediterranean cuisine and fantastic cocktails. You can dine alfresco style on the beachside deck overlooking Seminyak Beach, famous for its surfing waves and gorgeous sunsets.
Visit: Chez Gado Gado
Address: Jl. Camplung Tanduk No.99, Seminyak, Kec. Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali. Phone: +62 877-5870-8066
Kilo Kitchen is a modern restaurant with an open kitchen, and it is perfectly hidden away from the hustle in bustle in the heart of Seminyak. This beloved restaurant features a stunning contemporary design, and on the menu, you’ll find creative and innovative dishes inspired by Japanese and Mediterranean cuisine. All the food is prepared carefully with fresh, local ingredients, and you get to enjoy it on the spacious outdoor terrace with a relaxed atmosphere. Kilo Kitchen is also located in Singapore and Jakarta. Do try the special Kilo’s tasting menu. We’re pretty sure you are going to love it!
Visit: Kilo Kitchen
Address: Jl. Drupadi No.22, Seminyak, Kec. Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali . Phone: +62 812-4616-7618
This unique Seminyak restaurant definitely has the wow factor. What you’ll get? Hand-picked cuts of meat ranging from conventional to rare and exclusive. SI Jin is not just a steakhouse; it is where culinary art is practised daily. South Korean-born chef and owner Joel Si Jin came to Bali with a dream, and you can live it at Si Jin Restaurant in Seminyak. Merging Korean and Japanese techniques while honouring ingredients in their purest form, you are in for an exclusive dining experience indeed. The cocktails are also extremely good. Make reservations way in advance if you can!
Visit: Si Jin
Address: Jl. Lebak Sari no. 18 Petitenget, Seminyak, Bali. Phone: +62 812-3871-3964