With Bali no longer requiring fully vaccinated visitors to do quarantine and airport PCR tests, Bali now tops our must-visit destinations on #RadarList. Over the years, we’ve been keeping up with Bali’s food scene and if you’re planning to visit Bali this summer, check out our list of restaurants, with great food and great views, to plan your food itinerary in advance.
Nestled within Mandapa, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve, Kubu offers romance and scrumptiousness through their Mediterranean/European fare, gorgeous seatings and private cocoon huts set by the river – all that you need for a no-fail date night.
Breath in the fresh air and take delight in Western and Asian dishes at Wild Air Ubud. Situated right by the rice field within Kaamala Resort Ubud, the restaurant is an oasis of zen, with a punch of flavours that will brighten your day. We recommend getting their Calzone Pizza, which, upon serving, will be lit on fire for an extra blistered and caramelized crust.
Wild Air also offers a coworking space to those who are looking for a nice working spot with scrumptious food.
Happiness comes in the form of good food and a good view at Lakeview Forest Garden. The restaurant is part of the Lakeview Hotel and Restaurant located in Kintamani and as the hotel name suggests, the venue boasts a stunning volcano (Mount Batur) and lake view that will take your Bali dining experience to new heights.
For foodies who are partial to ocean views, head over to Azul Beach Club Bali. The seaside bamboo restaurant/Tiki Bar is a one pit stop to dive right into a feast with succulent dishes and concocted beverages, and an infinity pool. If all you need is a good sunset-watching spot and refreshing drinks, their sun loungers are also made for sundowner o’clock.
For a jungle-y vibe, swing by Milu by Nook for a picturesque rice field view and flavoursome Balinese dishes, as well as Western classics. The restaurant is well-loved by brunchaholics and discerning foodies, so make sure you go early to grab a table before it’s booked up.