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Top 05 Indonesian Restaurants in Bali – Forget those Waistlines and Get Set to Enjoy

If you are considering a scout of the best Indonesian restaurants in Bali the best meals will be at the simple 'warungs' rather than the fancy restaurants. Here is a list of the best such eateries.


Jimbaran Seafood Cafes

This fishing village will be your best bet for savouring delicious and fresh seafood. The place offers stunning ocean front vistas and sandy shores to dine on. There are plenty of restaurants along the coast that offer the best Indonesian cuisine to the occasional bout of entertainment. Cosy candlelit tables adorn the beach and you have over sixteen informal restaurants to choose from; many offer showcase cooking where guests can choose how their seafood is cooked. The menus of course are not limited to just seafood and offer the likes of French fries, chop suey, fried rice and other Asian as well as western dishes.


Warung Nasi Bali Men Weti

Open from early morning to just after noon this place located in Pantai Segara in Sanur is a simple warung with wooden benches and a beachside location; the place is immensely popular. Locals as well as visitors line up outside this little kiosk for a taste of delights such as spicy nasi campur. Men Weti the owner knows just how to make your anticipation grow as she carefully prepares the sought after favourites such as betutu, deep fried crispy chicken skin, Bali spiced roast chicken and many more mouth-watering delights.


Warung Eny

If you are hankering for an authentic Balinese meal and simple settings it does not get any better than Warung Eny. Located in Seminyak along Jalan Petitenget this warung has an open kitchen where nasi campur, spicy sambal's and other accompanying dishes are prepared. The place also conducts informal cookery classes for the surprisingly high multitude of international clients they attract. Surviving really well amidst the modern resorts this simple yet excellent eatery is one of the finest examples of Indonesian cookery.


Dewika Lounge

If you really are interested in taking your dining experience up a notch and still want to savour Balinese cuisine at its best, the Dewika Lounge is ideal. Easy to access if you are a guest at Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort this stunning rooftop venue offers panoramic views of the ocean and a chance to capture the magical sunsets of Uluwatu. Offering the informal settings of a warung the place is open for private parties of 15 up to people and has a team of Balinese chefs to whip some popular Indonesian delights.


Warung Mak Beng

Those of you chasing the famous waves of Uluwatu take a break and head over to Sanur; just under an hour's drive from Bali Uluwatu hotels, this famous warung is popular for its fabled Sanur soup. Here you can try Bali's famous sop ikan a bouillabaisse made with fresh seafood. The place opens late and also tends to close early due to its limited menus popularity. On offer are delights of fried fish, fish soup and varied sambal's; mind you the queues can be quite long come lunchtime.

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