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  • 10 Best Hotel Restaurants in Bali

    Most Popular Dining within Hotels in Bali

    Some of the best hotel restaurants in Bali are responsible for the high popularity of the property in which they share the stunning location and features, from exquisite gardens and beachfront settings to fascinating signature design elements and décor. Others have established their own mark on the island’s dining scene with their unique set of features. It all comes down to the quality of the cuisine, preparation, service and overall presentation, all of which are first-rate.

    The following selections offer you the utmost privilege and easy access to some of Bali’s must-try dining venues. This roundup of the most popular dining in hotels in Bali will also help you decide which hotel to choose if you’re in for both an exceptional stay and a memorable dining experience. ‘Bon apetit!’, or ‘Selamat makan!’

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    Kayuputi St. Regis Bali - Nusa Dua
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    Not all world-class restaurants in Bali have their kitchens helmed by foreign chefs. Kayuputi at The St. Regis Bali Resort on the southern coast of Nusa Dua is a fine example of great local talent. The large and open showpiece kitchen is the domain of award-winning Balinese Executive Sous Chef Agung Gede, who presents innovative takes on Asian and local Indonesian cuisine. Amazing dishes include quick-seared yellow fin tuna served with sweet-sour tamarind and tuna broth that is inspired by the Bali’s heritage ‘rujak’ spicy fruit salad sauce. Visually compelling, you dine overlooking a gorgeous pool against an ocean backdrop – among the appeals of this prestigious resort. Read More...

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    Sundara Four Seasons Resort - Jimbaran
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    Snugly positioned right at the southernmost curve of Jimbaran Bay, Sundara at the Four Seasons in Jimbaran offers dining with stunning views from its lounge, bar and upper cocktail bar. The restaurant offers a bright and chic beachfront with its 55m lap pool and ocean backdrop by day, and a sophisticated cocktail lounging and fine dining ambience by night. An all-day menu created by Chef Greg Bunt presents prime cuts and seafood highlights, and great sharing options include sushi, Wagyu beef steaks and wood-fired pizzas. Cocktails by mixologist Javier de las Muelas tops an evening on the bay perfectly. As a resort guest, you also enjoy a great vantage point over the bay from your villas. Read More...

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    Cut Catch Cucina Sofitel Bali - Nusa Dua
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    The main restaurant at Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua, Cut Catch Cucina offers awesome weekend brunches through multiple food stations, headed by Executive Chef Daine Gilbert. Each station is manned by a chef and a Sofitel ‘ambassador’ who caters to all your dining needs. It is one of the best dining spots on the island where you can experience a fine combination of foods from around the world - including western, Japanese, Chinese, Indonesian and Indian - all in the same spot. The restaurant reflects the Sofitel brand’s French flair through impeccable service and exquisite décor. Read More...

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    Breeze The Samaya - Seminyak
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    Breeze, the beachfront restaurant at The Samaya in Seminyak, overlooks Petitenget Beach and its gorgeous sunsets. A private lawn borders the sand, laid out with alfresco options for romantic sunset dining. The resort indeed has one of the best beachfront locations in Seminyak. The menu presents locally-inspired dishes, such as modern and innovative takes on all-time local favourites like nasi goreng and mie goreng fried rice and noodles, as well as great sharing dishes such as do-it-yourself tempura prawn tacos with cucumber, coriander and tangy chilli sauce, which serves four for only IDR 115,000.

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    The Plantation Grill Double Six Luxury - Seminyak
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    Australian restaurateur Robert Marchetti brought his expertise to Bali, establishing The Plantation Grill on the fourth floor of the Double Six Luxury Hotel in Seminyak. The luxurious restaurant is pure style, with touches of vintage elegance that hark back to the ‘20s, including soaring ceilings and massive windows that provide a view of the sunsets and ocean. You dine in subtly-lit cosy nooks with leather sofas and small tables, which lets you focus on the carefully prepared dishes. Lobster rolls, minute steaks, gourmet burgers with wood-grilled dry aged beef patties, and DIY filling donuts are among the delights. Read More...

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    Sangkar Bulgari Resort - Ungasan
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    Sangkar, the signature restaurant at the Bulgari Resort Bali presents Asian-inspired innovative cuisine by award winning British Chef Andrew David Skinner. The impressive dining hall features lights in bamboo cages suspended from the ceiling, creating a dreamy ambiance. Meanwhile a covered alfresco terrace serves as a vantage point overlooking the Indian Ocean from this high cliff perch. Chef Skinner’s takes on local Balinese cuisine include a must-try bamboo shoot and vegetable curry with turmeric-scented rice.

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    Ju Ma Na Banyan Tree - Ungasan
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    Dine with stunning views over a 70m-high clifftop at Ju Ma Na, the signature restaurant at the Banyan Tree Ungasan. The fine dining restaurant features clean and bright interiors and wide floor-to-ceiling windows surround the main dining hall, allowing diners to enjoy the blue sky and ocean while relishing in outstanding dishes. The French cuisine is prepared with a Japanese twist, while great cocktails make for wonderful chill outs on the alfresco terrace. Great selections include chilli martini, lava lamp cocktail and a fragrant Ju-Ma-Na Royale that is perfect for candlelit tables for two. Read More...

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    Bella Cucina InterContinental Bali - Jimbaran
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    The signature Italian restaurant at the InterContinental Bali Resort is adjacent to the resort’s gorgeous beachfront gardens, and even has tables laid out on the lawn for romantic dining under the stars. The main dining hall however, lets you see the open kitchen, where Italian Chef Riccardo Ioanna leads the culinary brigade in preparing a wide range of Italian classics. Must-tries include its ‘Made in Italy’ trattoria-style Monday feasts that present wine and live music, and with the congenial chef going out of his way to present his creations at your table. Read More...

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    Prego Westin Resort - Nusa Dua
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    Prego is the Italian restaurant of the Westin Resort Nusa Dua, which is great for the entire family. The fun and colourful décor is coupled with an open kitchen helmed by Executive Chef Alex Molini, from which great delights, such as pizzas and pastas, are prepared. Chef Alex’s recommendations include a ‘Pizza 4 Seasons’ with artichoke, ham, olives and mushrooms, and a veal ossobuco with saffron risotto. After meals, kids have fun in a large outdoor playground filled with activities. Read More...

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    Cascades The Viceroy Bali - Ubud
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    This signature restaurant at The Viceroy Bali offers lush views overlooking the Petanu river valley and is a great option for romantic dinners up in Ubud. Balinese-style open pavilions house intimate dining spaces under thatched roofs, where you can savour Asian-influenced French cuisine created by Executive Chef Nic Vanderbeeken. Magical full moon dinners and dances are featured monthly, as well as great Balinese rijsttafels. Favourites to try include a lamb rack with prosciutto sweetbreads and black olive sauce, as well as slow-cooked veal gulai stew from its degustation menu. Read More...

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