Top 4 halal restaurants in Bali, Indonesia

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1. Warung Makan Nikmat

  One of the best-reviewed eateries in Kuta, the Warung Makan Nikmat features a range of Asian and Indonesian dishes and also offers vegetarian and vegan-friendly options alongside its halal dishes. This should come in useful if you are part of a larger party with differing culinary tastes and requirements. It is also open from morning to night, maximising the window in which you can pick up some food, and slotting effortlessly around your daily travel plans. Diners are big fans of the flavour, with some even saying that they were “never disappointed” and others praising the “great value”.


2.Pawon Pasundan

  Ever had a taste of authentic Sundanese cuisine – the food from West Java? This is your chance! 100% halal food and a wonderful setting to dine together with loved ones. Though Pawon Pasundan is located in the busy Tuban area of Kuta, once you have entered this restaurant, there is serenity and tranquillity. You can sit down in one of the balé’s situated around a peaceful pond with koi fish and rippling fountains. They got set menu’s with fish, meat, and vegetarian options. You can also order dishes separately and share everything together like a traditional Indonesian rijsttafel.


3.Café De Dapoer

  Located in the premises of The Rhadana Kuta Bali Hotel, Café De Dapoer is halal-certified by the MUI (Majelis Ulama Indonesia or Indonesian Muslim’s Council). The cafe feels very homely as it is filled with the owner’s personal memorabilia. Café De Dapoer serves authentic Indonesian dishes with a modern twist such as Udang Bakar Sambal Matah and Sop Buntut Si Mpok.


4.Jimbaran seafood cafés

  The Jimbaran seafood cafés line a white-sand beach called Pantai Muaya in Bali. Popular for sunset dinners, each Jimbaran seafood cafe serves freshly grilled seafood at beachfront and candlelit tables. Dishes are usually served with steamed rice, mixed vegetables and homemade sambal (traditional chilli sauce) on the side. As the sun goes down, the horizon features faint lights from Ngurah Rai Airport and traditional fishing boat lanterns in the sea.


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