Bali Eats

L’Assiette is French and offers ‘home-style’ cooking at its garden restaurant on Jln. Merthanadi, Kerobokan. Real French, no fusion just classic French! Lunch is lighter cuisine; Terrine de Campagne or Oeuf Cocotte aux Girolles, coddled egg with mushrooms, Dinner is more exotic; semi-cooked Duck Foie Gras [served cold] and a main of that all time […]

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Naughty Nuri’s Seminyak is actually on Jln Mertanadi, Kerobokan. Whilst Ribs are obviously the specialty of this franchise, unlike the original in Ubud they also offer quite an interesting menu of other options. The most recent additions to the menu have been a full range of different burgers. The Pulled Pork Burger [pictured] has tender […]

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The Melting Pot, Bali’s largest and best sports bar and Texan restaurant, continues its festive season habit of producing batches of that doyen of Mexican street food, Tamales. They are served as a single tamale [pictured] or as a Tamale Platter [3 tamales, beans and rice] but they will only be available for a short […]

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Aperitif @ The Viceroy is a nostalgic visit for any of us who were lucky enough to have experienced 20th century fine dining at any of the great restaurants of Europe. It is all here at its decadent best, chandeliers and all. The only thing missing is the cigars with the cognac after the meal […]

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Cafe des Artistes in Jln. Bisma, Ubud, has always been the innovator amongst the moderately priced restaurants of Ubud. It is one of those places that seem to have been there forever, and in Bali terms it almost has. Going on for 20 years and still always busy is an achievement of which to be […]

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Monsieur Spoon offers product in Bali that is   as close as we can get to the French original. In particular their butter croissants are the best available. Furthermore when ordering a ham & cheese croissant, in house, it is stuffed with freshly sliced ham and generous shavings of emmental cheese [not a slice of the […]

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Aperitif @ The Viceroy has only been open for a few weeks but it already has the gourmands of Bali flocking to it. The talents of Belgian Exec Chef Nick Vanderbeeken are on show as he presents a fine dining experience out of the ordinary. From the opening selection of canapés, delivered by the way […]

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Cosmic Diners have become quite popular with Bali’s local younger set. Not surprising with their budget priced American style diner food and trendy décor. They are found in Sanur [Jln. ByPass Ngurrah Rai, southern end] with its unique train carriage dining room, Tuban [Lippo Mall, Jln Kartika] and at the original on Sunset Road. They […]

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Boardwalk at The Bali Garden Hotel on Jln Kartika Plaza, Tuban, has been an instant success at its pleasant beachside location. Sitting under the trees, for an hour or two, even makes local residents feel as if they are also here on holidays! It has been built on the budget-priced comfort food concept. The result […]

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Boy ‘n’ Cow on Raya Kerobokan, is not just a steakhouse, although it is a very good one, it also does breakfast. You can go healthy with the Dragon Bowl [dragon fruit, banana blossom, raspberry puree, honey, milk, granola and fresh fruits] or Smashed Avocado on Toast [avocado with poached egg, pickled onion, cucumber, feta […]

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