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Where to Eat in Ubud?  

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There are many good restaurant and warung in the Ubud area. Each has unique characteristics and special values. Below are some place to eats out of hundreds restaurants and warung around Ubud.

Ary’s Warung
Located in the heart of Ubud, overlooking a major historical temple, Ary’s Warung maintains its long and impeccable reputation of providing friendly yet professional service and surprisingly knowledgeable as well and of course, excellent food.

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In this heart of authentic Balinese culture, the chef and his kitchen brigade present you with an exciting Balinese Fusion Cuisine, with skills acquired in some of the most prestigious kitchens of New York and California. This creative culinary approach is now applied to a vast variety of local flavours producing an unrivalled and unique combination of tastes.

At Ary’s Warung, the freshest seasonal local ingredients are prepared daily on the premises and served in a contemporary manner. True to Indonesian tradition, the menu has a variety of spicy dishes, a vegetarian selection, and desserts that take you beyond any Bali experience. An affordable selection of wines is also available to compliment the tantalizing choice in flavors.

If you choose to sit downstairs, at street level, you will be surrounded by warm finishes of teak and coconut wood, marble and natural stone, antique wall decorations and tropical greenery with a very stylish bar setting, this section usually for luncheon. Or, upstairs on the open-air terrace, a spacious room, an open tree-lined veranda, which seems to catch whatever cooling breezes are present at the time. You can lounge in oversized rattan chairs while enjoying the view of Ubud’s main street and village temples.

Ary’s Warung
Jl. Raya Ubud, Ubud 80571 – Bali
Tel: (62-361) 975053 Fax: (62-361) 978359

Casa Luna
Situated in the center of Ubud in the main road just down from the village market, Casa Luna is spread over four different areas, a very large restaurant but with excellent interior design and relaxed tropical atmosphere. Casa Luna satisfies everyone need of delicious and high quality food and serves the customers with excellent and friendly service, the attentive staff even watch your children while you eat.

Casa Luna offers a varied menu with dishes featuring each special characteristic. The Balinese food and homemade cakes and desserts served in Casa Luna are a favorite amongst the guests as well as the superb Mediterranean dishes.

There are nightly film screenings and many of the paintings by local Indonesian painters exhibited in the restaurant are for sale.

Casa Luna
Jln.Raya Ubud, Ubud
Tel: (62-361) 973283

Café Lotus
The Café Lotus provides you not just delicious food and excellent beverage but also nice and pleasant surroundings. Surrounded by lotus pond and impressive Ubud palace’s family temple rise majestically in the background make Café Lotus a perfect resting place after all journey and shopping through Ubud. a gamelan plays daily in the small raised wantilan will give a relaxing effect to you and if you happen to come there when the lotus is bloom you will surely enjoy the most soothing view in Ubud and of course, at a reasonable cost.

The Café Lotus has a wide variety of cuisine in its menu that will suit everybody. As well as the standard Lotus menu, there are separate sheets of daily specials for lunch, and for dinner. The variety of cuisine range from vegetarian, seafood, Balinese, Indonesian, Italian to International.

Café Lotus has been a hallmark of Ubud for years. Your visit to ubud will not be complete if you miss this unforgettable spot.

Lotus Cafe
Jl. Raya Ubud, Ubud 80571 – Bali
Tel : (62-361) 973282, Fax : (62-361) 973282

Batan Waru
Located in a strategic location, Kafe Batan Waru has been a famous restaurant for years in Bali, especially in Ubud. You will know why if you visit it and eat lunch there. The interior design is quite classic, though simple, in design and layout; it has always appeared fresh, clean and new.

Known foremost for offering Bali’s most interesting and delicious selections of Indonesian food, Batan Waru caters to all tastes. Both Indonesian and Balinese dishes have strong flavors bursts that stay on your tongue for hours afterwards. This is not the place for bland food; Batan Waru offers a sensation in its food with a very reasonable price.

Kafe Batan Waru
Jl. Dewi Sinta, Ubud – Bali
Tel (62-381) 977528

Bebek Bengil
Bebek Bengil is located in Tegal village, the southern end of the village. This restaurant ha s relaxed garden setting with rustic charm of paddy fields with a footpath light that leads you into the paddies through the pond and waterways. But Bebek Bengil offers more than just an amazing view. Top local dishes, and international ones, are prepared in the spotlessly clean kitchen, and served with a pleasant smile, friendly but professional, and the price is reasonable.

The naming of Ubud’s Bebek Bengil has a quite amusing story. The restaurant was built 12 years ago, when the village of Tegal, was nothing more than rice paddi’s, the restaurant was almost finished when it was invaded by a flock of ducks, from the adjoining paddies. The mess they made on that early morning invasion gave birth to the name, Bebek Bengil [Dirty Duck].

Bebek Bengil
Padang Tegal,Ubud
Tel. (62-361) 975489

Tutmak Restaurant
Strategically situated in Jalan Dewi Sinta, Ubud, Tutmak has been a famous restaurant in the town for years. Simple food well prepared, good coffee, and a friendly ambiance all go to help while away the hours.

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The innovative menu at Tutmak Restaurant offers completely organic salads, a Middle Eastern plate, sandwiches, pasta, good veggie dishes, juices, desserts, assorted breads, and the best coffee in Ubud. The standard of service in Tutmak is friendly and professional.

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Whilst waiting for your food to be prepared, you can have a look at the many art work exhibits whilst enjoying listening to the good music at the place. This is another restaurant that comes with our sincere recommendations.

Tutmak Restaurant
Jl. Dewisita, Ubud 80571 – Bali
Tel: (62-361) 975754

Ibah Restaurant
A stone pathway will lead you to Ibah restaurant trough tbrhe walls of stone, with green moss, are everywhere. Few well-spaced dining tables of the restaurant area in a pagoda house, surrounded by running water, falls and streams, and edged by a mini equatorial jungle is the overall view of the restaurant.

With its relaxed setting, Ibah will give you immediate peace and tranquility; the time is stand still when you enter this sanctuary. The menu is varied, caters for the differing tastes of the guests who stay at these luxury villas, ranged from Indonesian to Italian. The service is pleasant and reasonably efficient. A suitable place for hideaway and retreat.

Ibah Restaurant
Ibah Luxury Villas, Campuhan, Ubud
(62-361) 974466

Ryoshi Japanese Restaurant
Ryoshi, a small and pretty Japanese Restaurant with simple food, presented in the usual clean, clinical style of Japanese cooking is one of a chain of, arguably, the best Japanese restaurants in Bali.

As with the other Ryoshi restaurants in Sanur, Seminyak and Kuta, Ryoshi restaurant in Ubud also claims that sushi is the most popular dish along with sashimi, tempura, robata and soba-udon.

The Interior decor of this restaurant is simple and rather similar to the Japanese style. The atmosphere is very relaxing with an amazing view of the gorge.

Ryoshi Japanese Restaurant
Jl. Raya Ubud, Ubud – Bali
Telp. (62-361) 976362

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  • 4 Comments »

    • Richard said:

      The atmosphere is great with an open plan and tasteful design. The service and food are both very good. Obviously, the food is more catered towards tourist with strong fusion influence, but the results is very good indeed. We enjoyed the experience very much and will definately visit again. Here are a few pictures we took.

      http://www.vintnersgroup.com/Food%20blog/Ary's%20Warung/index.html

    • Stellenbosch Restaurant said:

      Great post. Will definitely need this information when I go visit there later the year. Will bookmark this site

    • Gillian Obolevics said:

      In Ubud, go to Nomads. Good food, good service, good price and if you go on the right day you will see Danny Devito(look a like).
      For dinner try Lamak on Monkey Forest Rd. All the food is great, a bit more expensive, similar to oz prices. If you want a steak, this is the place to come. Unbelievable!

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