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The island of Bali boasts an array of dining. From fast casual to high end restaurants, to hip cafes and roadside stops, there is truly something for everyone. The dining in Bali is truly wonderful, with gems in places like Seminyak, Uluwatu, and Ubud. 

Here are 20 incredible restaurants in Bali.

1. Naughty Nuri’s (Ubud)
With world famous ribs at a small warung, be sure to come on an empty stomach.

2. Mama San (Seminyak)
It was so good we ate here 3x. Upscale dining yet approachable cuisine with incredible flavor.

3. Kaum (Seminyak)
A place where the view is as good as the food. Be sure to try all of the sambal!

4. Bukit Cafe (Uluwatu)
A local’s spot to healthy cuisine.

5. Kilo Bali (Seminyak)
A bright and beautiful space, for modern fare.

6. Nook (Seminyak)
Set along the rice paddies, this is a favorite lunch spot for classic cuisine. 

7. Warung Pulau Kelapa (Ubud)
Classic Indonesian dining set inside a beautiful warung.

8. Petitenget Cafe (Seminyak)
Playful cuisine, set inside a colorful building.

9. Cafe La Pasion (Uluwatu)
A simple cafe serving good Mexican food for lunch. 

10. Dandelion (Canggu)
Healthy eats with fresh produce.

11. DUGONG at Suarga Padang Padang (Uluwatu)
Very upscale and elevated experience alongside the ocean with a predominantly seafood menu.

12. Nude Canggu
Favorited for brunch, fresh smoothies and bowls.

13. Hujan Locale (Ubud)
Be sure to reserve ahead, this upscale restaurant is known for local ingredients.

14. Bambu (Seminyak)
Reservation only restaurant, that is always one of the best restaurants in Bali.

15. The Spicy Coconut
Come here if you’re looking for a raw foods restaurant.

16. Johnny Tacos (Kuta)
The place to come that is love by all for fresh tacos.

17. Ruko Cafe (Canggu)
Come here for a classic breakfast.

18. Folk Kitchen & Espresso (Ubud) 
A friendly cafe perfect for an afternoon meal. 

19. Nalu Bowls (Uluwatu)
It may always be a scene here, but truly it is the best spot for fresh acai bowls with a view over the surf.

20. Tukies Coconut Shop (Ubud)
If there was one not to miss spot in Ubud, it would be here for fresh coconut ice cream. Not technically a restaurant, but truly incredible. 

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  1. Totally agree with Johnny Tacos in South Kuta – fresh ingredients and taste amazing! The prawn taco paired with the coconut water is mind blowing!

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