The Best Places to Eat in Denpasar:
See the world and your plate from a new perspective at Noir Cafe. A self-described ‘2D cafe’, every square inch of Noir Cafe in Denpasar features stunning black and white styling that makes walking inside feel like you’re stepping into a comic book. Beyond the brilliant theming you can expect meat and vegetarian Indonesian dishes sourcing from delicious local ingredients that are just as Instagram worthy as the interior. Noir Cafe is sure to bring some colour to any trip to Bali!
If you’re after a great warm brew in Bali, then make it a priority to visit Toko Seniman as soon as possible. As one of Indonesia’s leading specialty coffee brands, the Seniman coffee shop in Denpasar serves delicious coffee sourced from all over the world, delivering punchy flavours and aromas you’ve come to love about that little bean. In between sips, try your hand at making your own espresso with their workshops classes, helping you become your own barista with classes on late art, cupping, and so much more. A must try in Denpasar, take a seat and watch the world go by at Toko Seniman, one of the best coffee shops in Bali.
Right in the heart of Denpasar, in the lobby of the conceptual Andaz Bali hotel, lies a delicious treat for anyone wanting a taste of Indonesian cuisine. Wok Wok is serving a mouthwatering menu of Bali favourites including spice fried rice, braised oxtail, and fried egg noodle that highlight the blend of spices and flavours to leave you drooling for more. And with a stunning interior modelled with refined Indonesian decor and furnishings, you’ll be feeling like a king after a meal at Wok Wok, one of the best restaurants in Denpasar.
The Best Places to Eat in Seminyak:
Embracing warmth, creativity and passion, Livingstone is all about living up to their motto of having the “best croissants in Bali”. And they don’t lie. Perfect for coffee and pastry lovers alike, Livingstone delights visitors with their freshly baked goods. Take your pick from cakes, croissants, pancakes and even French toast. Hanging off one of Seminyak’s foodie precincts, this is a great place to start before you continue exploring.
Needing a quick bite? Or something more filling? Sisterfields is the sibling you never knew you needed. Developed by Adam McAsey, Founder of hospitality group 8 Degree Projects, Sisterfields was designed to provide locals and tourists an exquisite all-day dining venue that somehow encapsulates that mid-morning feel. On top of your usual cafe fare, Sisterfields’ menu also features the likes of pulled pork, chili crab, tacos and more. Start with a coffee and end with a cocktail, because at Sisterfields they live by the saying that its five o’clock somewhere.
Sitting in the heart of Seminyak’s most visited food region, Ling Ling’s is a concoction of Japanese flavours teamed up with a Korean spice. Visiting this Asian fusion restaurant, prepare to be dazzled by the excellent service, incredible food and fluorescent signs. To start the grazing off, order a round of Pork Belly Bao Sliders followed by Popcorn Shrimp that’s served with a honey mustard sauce, Japanese St Louis Pork Ribs and finally their legendary Dragon Roll filled with cucumber, avocado, crab stick and sesame seeds. Wash it down with soju shots and a side of dessert if there’s room.
KU DE TA
If you’re looking for a restaurant in Seminyak that stands out from the rest, we must point you in the direction of KU DE TA. Overlooking Kayu Aya Beach, KU DE TA promises jaw-dropping sunset views, excellent food, chill vibes and sensational cocktails. Choose from the balcony bar, the restaurant or the day beds that line up around the pool. After you’ve selected your seat, wander through the menu which features a modern mix of Indonesian cuisine. Come for a drink and stay for a good time.
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