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Where to eat in Seminyak  

by on Wednesday, 30 December 2009One Comment | 2,434 views

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Seminyak is one of few places in Bali where you have many options of world class restaurants. If you want to get a world class dining scene and you do not mind high price by Bali standard then Seminyak is the place; but compare to international scale Seminyak still offers good value for your money considering the highest quality of food and eating environment you can get. If you run on low budget, Seminyak has some restaurants in its sleeves, where you can enjoy good food and budget price.

High-end

‘La Lucciola

The Frommer’s call it “a place to see and be seen”; La Lucciola is situated right on Petitenget beach, on walking distance from Hotel Oberoi. La Lucciola serves breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. Watch the beautiful sunset from Frangipani Bar and do not miss ‘The Firefly Room’, a private dining space for a small group with spectacular views from every angle.

Metis

Located at the Kerobokan end of Jalan Petitenget, This successor of legendary French Restaurant “Warisan”, Metis, opened in October 2009. This new restaurant gets a good appreciation and reception from Warisan’s frequenters. (Jl Petitenget No. 6, +62 361 737888)

Sardine

Situated almost on the opposite of Metis, Sardine is a successful addition to Seminyak’s chic dining scene. Sardine combines delicious seafood dishes, unique interior design and rice fields view to create a special dining experience. (Jl Petitenget 21 +62 361 738202)

Mid_Range

Bebek Bali

As its name suggest Bebek Bali (Balinese Duck), you do not need any further hint on this restaurant specialty, but Bebek Bali also offers sea food on its menu. (Jl Petitenget 108, +62 361 7454640)

Queen’s Tandoor

Arguably Bali’s best Indian restaurant, Queen’s Tandoor offers delicious Indian dishes such as tandoori chicken and fish and authentic biryanis on affordable price, a good value for your money. (Jl Raya Seminyak 73, +62 361 732770)

Rumours

With a long queue for tables “popular restaurant” is an understatement for Rumours. Serving great value western food, Rumours offers selections of dishes that worth every rupiah you spent. (Jl Laksmana)

Budget

Baku Dapa

Baku Dapa is popular for partying crowd and it stays open very late. With specialty on Indonesian food (specially Manado style), Baku Dapa gives a real experience in Indonesian food. (Jl Dhyana Pura)

Warung Batavia

Warung Batavia serves delicious Javanese food and always full on the lunch time; in short, good food and affordable price. (Jl Kunti Utara, +62 361 7316411)

Warung Sobat

A popular Indonesian restaurant, a good value for your money. (Jl Batu Belig)

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  • One Comment »

    • luxury bali villa said:

      Seminyak is filled with beachside resorts, villas, fine dining restaurants and funky bars. You can also find some great stores, stocking designer home-wares, clothes, furniture and other good quality Balinese items.

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