Bali Food Journal- My Top Picks!Nov 28, 2022
My first day in Bali was spent at InterContinental Hotels & Resorts. Their beachfront views for lunch and dinner are breathtaking! The views elevate the vibe!
For dinner, at the InterContinental, I had the barramundi. It was fresh and delicious. There truly is nothing like wild Australian fish. If you are someone who loves fish, you must give this a try barramundi!
The next night for dinner, we went to Mason Bali in Uluwatu. Their food was incredible! We had lamb, barramundi, and broccoli salad.
Mason Bali takes pride in their high-quality seafood and meat. Their menu focuses on a variety of Mediterranean-inspired snacks. So delicious!
Another night, we had dinner at the best Japanese restaurant in Canggu (according to my sister who has lived here for 5 years), and I have to admit it was sooooooo good!
Another great spot I tried was Yuki Bali. Their food was fantastic! My favorite part was that it is just footsteps away from Batu Belong Beach.
We ordered the pumpkin in truffle oil (divine, this is a must!), charred green veggies with garlic chips, octopus, and grilled calamari. This was a must-order, wow.
They use truffle, sesame, and sunflower oil. The Earth Diet does not approve of sunflower oil, however, they don’t use canola which is a step in the right direction.
There are no rainbows without rain. It’s rainy season in Bali and the rain is showing out! It was raining when we left for dinner, but then it cleared up for a beautiful blue sky!
Another night, we had a lovely sunset dinner at Mari Beach Club! The vibes were chill and relaxed. The food was great - especially the seafood! Such a lovely place to hang with friends and enjoy dinner. This is one of my sister's favorite beach clubs in Bali!
Ginger & Jamu was amazing! Their menu is amazing. They focus on making food with love. They want to be more than a restaurant. They aim to create a community and an experience. I highly recommend this breakfast on the beach!
I've had the best time visiting with my sister in Bali. I ate at The Shady Shack three times while in Canggu. Their menu is incredible and they serve all plant-based food. So nourishing! I love finding epic restaurants while traveling.
When in Canggu this place is a must! You will not be disappointed. Living out my cacao dreams here. It’s a casual cafe serving inventive vegetarian dishes & sweet treats in a plant-rich rustic-chic environment.
I also cannot talk enough about Peace Pops! These pops are vegan and made of creamy coconut milk, beet powder, spiraling, and turmeric, and sweetened with coconut nectar, and organic local ingredients. This is a great Popsicle upgrade!
Australians will get this, but the rainbow one tastes just like a healthy version of paddle pops! Seriously, my mind is blown!