Food in Bali
Bali food comprises a wide variety of dishes ranging from vegetarian culinary delights to the best non-vegetarian specialties. Some of the popular foods that you must-try in Bali include Nasi Goreng (fried rice), Sayur Urab (mixed veggies dish), Tuna Sambal Matah (tuna dish), Betutu (duck-based dish), Tahu and Tempe (a tofu-based dish), Sate Lilit (grilled meat dish), Bubur Sumsum (dessert made from black rice), Daluman (palm sugar, green jelly, and coconut drink), and Kopi Luwak (coffee) to name a few. You can choose from a number of options for eating out in Bali. Go on a seafood tour and taste authentic Balinese seafood, cooked to perfection with the freshest ingredients. Try out the best seafood of the island in a seaside ambiance on this six-hour tour.
Food Tours in BaliThere are also wonderful options for having dinner in Bali, including night food tours and fine dining at some of the best restaurants. Visit Pura Luhur Uluwatu, which is home to the Balinese sea temple (one of Bali’s six holiest places) and get a glimpse of Bali’s culture. Witness a beautiful depiction of the Ramayana battle, with a traditional Kecak dance performance before relishing a delicious seafood dinner by the Jimbaran Bay shore. Enjoy Kuta street food tour or a night tour to Denpasar around the streets of Bali and savor lip-smacking street foods like the Indonesian Satay and Soto, Balinese Rice Cake, signature snack of Bali, traditional Indonesian cake, Balinese Triangle Rice, etc. Explore more places to eat in Bali with a highland food tour, farm visit, chocolate factory tour, a cycling food tour, royal Tugudom dining at the Tanah Lot temple, and fine dining at one of the best Bali restaurants that offers close encounters with our wild friends. Cooking enthusiasts can learn Balinese cooking techniques on a tour to the Gulingan Village or the Monkey Forest.
Discover the best food in Bali and satiate your gastronomic desires with the unique Balinese flavors.