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Ryoshi is the first choice when it comes to basic Japanese cuisine. Think Japanese and you almost certainly think of Sushi and Sashimi, even though there are many other dishes in this unique cuisine, The critical factor with both of these dishes is that the fish must be FRESH, and the dish prepared ‘to order’ […]

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Cosmic is an American Diner. There were three but the Lippo Plaza, Tuban outlet is still closed, for the time being, during the Covid pandemic. However both the original on Sunset Road and the classic Cosmic Train in Sanur are open for both takeaway and home delivery. They offer burgers, shakes and many other things […]

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Cafe des Artistes, everybody’s favourite restaurant on Jln. Bisma, Ubud, has re-opened, same friendly staff, same menu. Here you can enjoy comfort food that satisfies all. Fancy a steak [pictured], chicken breast with a tangy Provencal sauce, a Belgian Beef stewed in dark beer, an exotic starter of Pate des Ardennes or a perfect Thai […]

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Aperitif is back! The amazing fine dining restaurant at Ubud’s The Viceroy re-opens for in house dining Wednesday June 17. For the past few months they have kept their staff busy and regular customers satisfied with their weekend deliveries, but now they recommence their elegant in house dining New 6 and 8 course degustation menus […]

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Naughty Nuri’s has become one of those ‘must visit’ places for most Bali tourists from Asia in recent years. An authentic Naughty Nuri’s is also in Bali’s south, on Jln. Mertanadi. They serve the ribs and margharitas as served at the original site at Sanginggan, north-west of Ubud, plus much more! During this pandemic this […]

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Biku is quite unique. Many major hotels offer High Teas but I know of no other stand alone restaurant that features them as BIKU does. It made this place an overnight standout and on almost everyone’s must-visit list. They don‘t just do a High Tea but a variety of them [Traditional English, Asian, Kid’s]. Not […]

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Massimo has always been different. Not satisfied with just developing Bali’s most popular Italian restaurant on Jln. Dana Tamblingan, Sanur, that carries his name. He baked Italian bread in his wood-fired ovens, established the most populat gelato range, even winning competitions back in Italy, Then came Italian cheeses and the most wonderful Semifredo. Now when […]

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JK [Just Kitchen] is a Georgian restaurant on Umalas II. Traditional Georgian food includes these wonderful dumplings which can be filled with beef, lamb or be totally vegetarian. The accompanying sauce is with either yoghurt or Georgian Adjika. Adjika is a hot, spicy but subtly flavoured paste used to flavour food mainly in the Caucasian […]

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Sardinia Café is so different from the rest, it is operated by local professionals which is probably why it was one of the first to both open at the Beachwalk Mall and be busy. Situated in a prime position facing Pantai Kuta, at the front entrance, it offers simple Italian and International, snacks and light […]

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A La la! Is a French bistro in Umalas II [Jln. Bumbak, Gang Carik]. Mediterranean style with a few Asian twists. Lunch and Dinner [breakfast to come soon], you can start with a Terrine of rabbit, pork and chicken livers with walnut, squash seeds, arak and thyme, on toast of course. Or A Vol au […]

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