It is no mystery that Bali is home to some captivating and awe-inspiring panoramic views. This magical island is rich in breathtaking landscapes, from its vibrant luscious green paddy fields, its remarkable and majestic seasides, its colossal and magnificent mountains to its mesmerizing waterfalls and rivers.
With an abundance of beauty all around this tropical paradise, many restaurants have taken advantage of these million dollar views to provide its guests with an experience like no other.
Delight your senses, and taste the culinary treats that these restaurants have to offer while indulging in Bali’s stunningly beautiful landscapes.
Here are 5 remarkable dining destinations with unparalleled views and carefully crafted menus which will make your dinner experience a magical one.
1 | Ju-Ma-Na
Perched on the edge of Bali’s Southern-most cliff and offering unobstructed views of the great Indian Ocean, Ju-Ma-Na is perfect for romantic sunset dinners or an evening to refresh and rewind with friends. Enjoy Arabian- inspired snacks and drinks by the bar or indulge in their delicious French and Japanese influenced menu, all while taking in the sights and sounds of the majestic ocean crashing onto the cliffside rocks below.
Ju-Ma-Na Restaurant by Banyan Tree Ungasan
Address: Banyan Tree Ungasan, JalanMelasti, Banjar Kelod, Ungasan, Bali
Contact: +62 361 300 700
Price Range: USD $30 – USD $50
Opening Hours: Tue-Sun; Restaurant 6.30 pm-10.30 pm Bar 4.00 pm – Midnight
2 | Bali ASLI
Nestled amidst the rich green foothills of Mount Agung, sits Bali Asli an eco-friendly restaurant which serves some of the freshest and most authentic Balinese cuisine on the island. Bask in the unrivalled views of the sacred and beautiful volcano while enjoying the exquisite culinary creations
of renowned chef Penelope Williams.
Address: Jalan Raya Gelumpang, Gelumpang Village, RT.Amlapura, Bali.
Contact: +62 828-9703-0098
Price Range: USD $20 – USD $50
Opening Hours: Daily 10 am- 6pm
3 | The Kampung Cafe
Located on an elevated hillside terrain in Ubud, The Kampung Cafe oversees spectacular views of the lush Ubud rainforest, gorgeous green gardens and beautiful terraced rice paddy fields. Enjoy the diverse menu of appetizing Japanese, Indonesian, Mexican and European cuisine, while savouring the remarkable sights that this cafe has to offer.
The Kampung Resort Ubud
Address: JalanCekingTegallalang 80561 GianyarUbud
Contact: +62 361 901201
Price Range: Dishes from $1.50 to $6
Opening Hours: 8am to 9pm
4 | Swept Away
Hidden in the heart of Samaya Ubud is the peaceful and romantic restaurant, Swept Away. This restaurant offers a decadent selection of international cuisines in an amazingly tranquil riverside setting.
Elevating the captivating beauty that Swept Away has to offer is the 100 candles dinner service which is available upon request. Hear the soothing sound of water washing over the river rocks while absorbing the view of hundreds of soft lit candles will truly make your dining experience a memorable one.
Swept Away at the Samaya
Address: BanjurBaung, DesaSayan – Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 973606
Price Range: Mains from $5 to $22; 6-Course Degustation Menu at $50 per pax
Opening Hours: 11am to 10pm
5 | Arwana
Situated on one of the nicest beaches in Nusa Dua, Arwana restaurant offers guests one of the best beach front dining locations.
As you relish in their tantalizing seafood selections, feel the gentle sea breeze brush against your skin while you gaze into the sparkling and inviting waters of the Indian Ocean. Truly a sight for the senses, Arwana perfectly embodies fine dining by the sea.
Address:KawasanPariwisata Nusa Dua Lot N2 Nusa Dua, Bali 80363 · Nusa Dua · Bali.
Contact:+62 361 771 327
Opening hours:7am to 11pm
Price:From $20 per person
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