Hunter and Bligh wanted to find the top 15 spots to eat, drink and simply enjoy whilst in Bali.

So we asked our sun kissed friends at Healthy Luxe for their ultimate picks, especially since they’d just returned from their second Bali adventure.
And here’s what our beloved foodie guru, Hannah, shared with us!

A few weeks ago we escaped to Bali for the ultimate tropical getaway, basing ourselves in Seminyak & Canggu. Seminyak is always a buzz with people and is packed with quirky cocktail bars, instagrammable cafes and delicious Indonesian restaurants. Canggu, often described as the ‘Byron Bay of Bali’, is arguably Bali’s most up and coming destination, and you are no less spoilt for choice when it comes to healthy cafes and fine dining, as well as luxury villas, spas and shopping.

Both areas are great but there was something about Canggu that we just fell in love with. It is slightly calmer than Seminyak, but there is still so much to see and do – from hole in the wall style coffee shops and boutique stores, to sunset pool bars and world-class restaurants.

If you’re travelling to Bali you’ll no doubt have a lengthy list of places to visit. It can be a little overwhelming so I’ll keep this list to the absolute musts. I’ve included everything from where to stay, where to eat and places to visit.



Revolver Espresso

Hands down the best place to go for coffee in Bali (potentially the world – no exaggeration here). They use their own signature Revolver Coffee beans and even make their own almond-date milk. Absolute game changer for any fellow almond milk coffee drinkers.

We started most (if not all) of our days in Seminyak here, sipping almond milk cappuccinos in their famous ‘pink room’ whilst stalking cafes on insta to decide where to go for breakfast.

Ritual Boutique

A cute, quirky coffee shop, as well as a beautiful clothing and homewares store. We stumbled upon countless places in Bali that have combined cafes with little boutiques which I absolutely love (although with a store this good it can quickly turn into a very expensive coffee!)

Kynd Community

Between the pitaya bowls with BALI BABY spelt out in mango letters, the stunning pink wall and the most decadent smoothie jars decorated with vegan treats, it is no surprise this is one of the most insta-famous cafes in Bali. Aside from getting a good gram, they dish up some of the best clean-eating food in town.



Sarong x Healthy Luxe

This restaurant has a strong Indian influence and was among the best Indian food I’ve ever tasted. To start, we had the tuna sashimi betel leaves with lemongrass (absolute flavour explosion), followed by a roast pumpkin cauliflower dish and an amazing vegetarian ‘saag’ curry with crumbled burrata, spinach, crushed cashew nuts and micro herbs. And of course a side of rice and garlic-cheese naan. Tip – arrive hungry!

Mama San

World class South East Asian Food in a stylish setting. It is no wonder this restaurant has the reputation it does! For me the highlight dishes were the entrees. I highly recommend the steamed snapper dumplings with chilli oil, the Thai style curry puffs with sweet potato, pumpkin, coriander and sweet chilli sauce, and the spicy tuna sashimi hand roll. The roti bread is also a must.


Mrs Sippy

A great place to kick back, relax and soak up the summer vibes with a passionfruit margarita in hand. There is an entrance fee of $15 which includes a drink and a beach chair which you can enjoy for as long as you like. Make sure you get a cocktail from the famous Mrs Sippy pool bar, too. It’s the largest salt water pool on the island might I add.

Motel Mexicola

If you’re looking to experience the famous Bali nightlife, Motel Mexico is your place. It is quite relaxed in the day but by about 10pm it has well and truly turned into a club. The music is great, the cocktails are delicious and if you like Mexican, you will be in awe of the food.



Peloton Supershop

Peloton is hands down the best vegan cafe I’ve ever been to. My order is the ‘Powerhouse Bowl’, with pumpkin, tempeh, roasted cashews, hummus, wild rice and all kinds of veg. We swap the balsamic dressing for their famous citrus sauce and of course, add a side of avo.

The shady shack

This is perhaps my new favourite cafe in Bali. Here you’ll enjoy seriously amazing vegetarian food in a lush garden oasis. We had quite the spread… Asian tempeh salad bowl, go-green bowl with tamari roasted almonds and a creamy tahini sauce, a to-die-for vegan lasagne and sides of sweet potato, smashed avo and roasted garlic potatoes with aioli. Can’t fault anything about this place!

If you’re feeling like something sweet try their ‘cacao dream’ smoothie bowl. Tastes like chocolate ice cream, only healthy.

Two Trees Eatery

Another Canggu gem. It has a beautiful aesthetic with a strong health focus. We discovered this place on our last day so sadly didn’t get the chance to eat here, but it was recommended to us several times (the falafel bowl in particular) and we did manage to pop in for a fresh juice (/wifi session).

Crate cafe

Crate Cafe is located in a large, trendy warehouse. It’s stylish interiors include polaroid feature walls, rustic tables, crate chairs (hence the name), a communal white board style menu and its very own crate clothing store. If you’re a smoothie bowl (/pb) fan, the ‘why so cereal’ bowl with peanut butter, cacao and frozen bananas is a must. Their smashed avocado on thickly sliced rye bread is also amazing.


Fishbone local

This is the new kid on the block and has been featured in Vogue, Grazia, Good Food, Bali Bible… you name it. After seeing so many incredible write ups, Fishbone local was bumped to the top of our must-try list. The focus is on fresh, sustainably caught seafood, as well as having good vibes and great cocktails.

We sat outside which has a homely garden feel with fairy lights and giant cushions as chairs. Everything we tried was amazing but my faves were the tuna tostadas, line caught squid and the flatbread with garlic, herbs and ricotta.

One Eyed Jack

One Eyed Jack is a modern Japanese restaurant, very popular amongst both locals and tourists. I’m sure all the food is amazing, but we actually went specifically for dessert… I’m not usually a big dessert person (unless it’s the healthy kind) but my weakness is dark chocolate fondant. We were in awe! Fondants take a little longer to prepare because they are made fresh to order but it is well worth the wait.


The Lawn

Situated right on Canggu Beach, The Lawn would have to be one of my all time favourite Bali destinations. It is a great place to spend the afternoon… you can lounge on cushion chairs, sip on cocktails, swim in the pool and just soak up the atmosphere. It is also a prime spot for sunset drinks, whether you’re on the lawn or their newly refurbished rooftop bar.

As well as having great drinks (Pomelo Margaritas), they have the best selection of small plates to nibble on. The tempeh rice paper rolls with peanut dipping sauce and spicy fish tacos are both incred.

They often have parties on Friday nights so keep an eye out for what’s on! If you’re in the mood for a dance you can kick on to Old Man’s, just down the road form The Lawn.

La Brisa

This is a pool bar unlike any other. It’s quirky decor, fun music and outlook onto Echo Beach makes it one of the most popular cocktail bars in Bali. Another ideal location for sunset drinks!

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