Flip Globe | 29 Januari 2023
Oleh : Farrel Baihaqi
Even if you can't visit Bali during the peak of the tourist season, the island is always worth revisiting for a vacation with friends, family, or a loved one. These are the best restaurants in Seminyak that your special someone will adore, whether you're looking for a place to spend brunch, lunch, or a romantic evening.
One of Bali's most popular areas, Seminyak, is packed to the gills with trendy bars, eateries, and nightlife venues.
Seminyak is like Kuta's chill, less-popular sibling. Behind Seminyak's bustling main road, however, lie a maze of peaceful side streets.
There are many hip beach clubs in the immediate area of Seminyak's famously long and beautiful beach. Each one provides a place to relax with friends over drinks, food, and (in some cases) a swimming pool.
The best restaurants in Seminyak are worth spending a day (or more!) trying out, so we made a list of recommendations to help you narrow down your options.
Bo & Bun is a fantastic place to try out exotic, one-of-a-kind dishes with a heavenly blend of Vietnamese, Korean, and Thai flavors. In particular, the twice-cooked pork belly is out of this world.
You can spend the evening being entertained in this lounge bar while indulging in delicious dishes inspired by Asian flavors and prepared with a touch of Thai flair. Mamasan's mellow lighting, metal-edged tables, and dark wood harken back to a bygone era, even as its cuisine celebrates the best of the modern world.
Seasalt, named for the sea salt that is harvested right there in Seminyak, is the best place to stop for seafood on a stroll. The fresh seafood selection is sure to tantalize your taste buds, and Seasalt ushers in a whole new dining experience inspired by the sea with a dash of Japanese flair.
If you want to eat at Seasalt, you should probably make a reservation in advance, especially if you plan on going during the busy season.
The Plantation Grill is an upscale steakhouse and seafood restaurant in Seminyak known for its custom-designed coal and wood grills and wood-fired ovens, as well as its marble decor, double-height ceiling, and large windows overlooking the ocean.
Aside from the main dining area, guests can relax in the Plantation's main bar, which features a selection of seats and a themed bar menu featuring items like lobster rolls, steaks, and wood-grilled burgers.
Situated at the heart of Seminyak, check out this eatery if you're a fan of French and Mediterranean food. French onion soup, escargots, and chicken are all excellent choices at Rev Bistro. If you're craving a sweet treat, this is the place to go.
Looking for a refresher after a hearty meal? Wash down your food with a bottle of wine, or if you’re feeling fancy, you can pair it perfectly with the meal.
Chandi, a semi-fine dining establishment in the middle of Seminyak, is not a newcomer to Bali's culinary scene.
The restaurant has been around since 2008 and serves a unique take on traditional Pan-Asian fare. A perfect harmony between gastronomy and Pan-Asian cuisine is on full display in the dish's attractive presentation and tantalizing flavor.
Enjoy a variety of local and imported wines while you unwind over lunch or the perfect afternoon cocktails.
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This trendy beachfront eatery, known as "a Seminyak pioneer," is fondly called "La Lucciola," and it overlooks one of the most picturesque stretches of beach in Seminyak. Bringing a dash of Asian flavor to traditional Mediterranean dishes is the new Italian chef.
You can only access the restaurant by going through the parking lot of the nearby Petitenget Temple, which is quite a tourist attraction in its own right.
Looking at the variety of restaurants in Seminyak, it does make sense that a lot of tourists feel confused and overwhelmed when it comes to picking just one place to eat in.
Hopefully, this list will help you in deciding which place to eat during the holiday, and liven up your mood with great food throughout the way.