CAFÉ WANTILAN Balinese and Indonesian favorites, including an impressive Rjistaffel. In the stylish Bali Hyatt, Sanur, Ph. 0361-281 234
INDUS sister restaurant to Casa Luna specializing in Indonesian cuisine with new and inventive twists on old themes. With a selection of whites and reds to aid digestion of your Nasi Campur, Indus has become a popular and respected lunch and tea-time haunt. Jl. Raya Sanggingan Ubud, Phone 977 684
KAFE BATAN WARU Serving up homely Indonesian food as well as international favorites. The island’s best Eggs Benedict in Ubud and check out their Tuesday Chilli Crab nights. Ubud 977 528
LAIS A culinary trip around the archipelago in the intimately classy surrounds of the Legian Beach Hotel. Legian Beach Hotel, Phone 751 711
RIJSTAFEL @ THE WHARF @ THE RAMADA RESORT Serving ten courses of Indonesian cuisine every Sunday evening right by the beach this is 350 years of Dutch colonial influence recreated for your dining pleasure. Resident ‘Kroncong’ musician entertain with Javanese repertoires.
TAPIS @ KAYUMANIS JIMBARAN Tapis takes diners on a culinary discovery across diverse Indonesian archipelago. Featuring a traditional thatched dining pavilion furnished in classic table setting, a stylish cocktail alcove, several cushioned gazebo’s scattered across the garden and an open kitchen.
WARUNG TUGU This concept in dining offers guests the chance to eat traditional Javanese home cooking in a simple setting but not at simple prices. A good introduction to Indonesian cuisine. Tugu Hotel, Canggu, Ph. 0361-731 701
WARUNG ENAK Funky designer warung offering some little known Indonesian cuisines as well as some old favorites. Also a great range of drinks. Forget nasi goring and think snail sate or Ayam Taliwang as you gaze over Ubud’s rice fields. Jl. Pongosekan, Ubud, Phone 972 911