You’re travelling to Bali and want to try local Balinese delicacies? Don’t worry! Even though it used to be pretty tough to find halal food in Bali, thanks to the increasing demand from domestic Indonesian travellers and also from other Muslim travellers around the world, nowadays you can find many local halal foods available. Yeay! Not to mention, we also have 8 reasons why Bali is perfect as a honeymoon destination 😉

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Check out these 10 popular places to eat local halal food (and other awesome cuisines!) in Bali!

Note: We advise our readers to double check with the establishments serving halal meat that are not halal-certified as mentioned, and to dine at your own discretion.

1. Warung KKN


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If you really want to experience eating like a local in a modest traditional café, which is called ‘warung’ in Indonesian, this is the right place to be! Balinese people love their ‘nasi campur’. Nasi campur means rice with a variety of side dishes or toppings. Usually the side dishes are displayed in a counter, and you only need to choose which dishes you would like to eat with your rice and they will serve it to you. They have 3 different coloured rice i.e regular white rice, yellow rice (rice cooked with cumin) and red rice, with more than 40 choices of side dishes! 😱


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Established 16 years ago, this restaurant has many loyal customers that love this restaurant for its authentic local taste of Balinese cuisine. Don’t be fooled by its modest appearance, this warung is certified by MUI (Indonesian Islamic Council)! Great news right? So be enjoy the good food but please always be remember to eat in moderation 😆

Address: Jl Danau Buyan No.36 Sanur, Bali (across McD Sanur)
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 11am-10.30pm


2. Nasi Pedas Ibu Andika

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This warung also has the same concept as the one above, with various side dishes displayed ready to be chosen with your rice. The difference is that this warung is famous for the spiciness of its ‘sambal’ or chili paste mixed with some ingredients or herbs.

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For those of you who can’t stand spicy food, you can also opt to not take any sambal or choose the mild one. The great thing about this warung is that they’re open 24 hours! Truly a hero for those who have midnight cravings or those who land on the island at midnight or early morning flight, right?  You also need to be patient to eat at this place because they are known to always be packed!

Address: Jalan Raya Tuban No.120C, Tuban, Bali
Opening Hours: 24 hours!


3. Raja’s Balinese Restaurant at Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa

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For those who don’t have to fit in budget and want to experience the finest Balinese dining with a royal setting, you shouldn’t miss this restaurant at the 5-stars Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa! The location is just metres away from the beach and reflects the gracious traditions of Balinese hospitality.

Don’t forget to try the Bebek Betutu (duck marinated in a secret blend of 16 Balinese spices, slow cooked wrapped in palm leaves) and Palem Sari Ulam (steamed seafood in coconut curry pudding)!

Address: Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua, Lot North 4, Nusa Dua, Bali 80363
Opening Hours: 5.30pm–10.30pm
Reservations: Email


4. Café De Dapoer at The Radhana Kuta Bali Hotel


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Willing to experience other Indonesian delicacies? This place is a must visit! Only 15 minutes away from the airport and 10 minutes from Bali’s hotspots such as Kuta Beach, Galleria Mall, and Seminyak, pay a visit to this café and enjoy local Indonesian tastes with a homemade touch. This 3-star boutique hotel & café is widely known by the Muslim community for its support to various Islamic events in Bali. The Javanese themed café with wooden furniture and decorations surely gives comfort and coziness for you to enjoy a relaxing time with your family and friends.

Address: Jalan Raya Kuta No.88R Kuta, Bali
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 7am-11pm


5. Bale Udang Mang Engking

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This winner of Bali Tourism Awards 2015-2016 in Bali’s Leading Thematic Restaurant is really worth a try! This place is well known among Indonesians for its fresh seafood dishes and also has several branches throughout Indonesia for “Mang Engking”.

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You will be greeted by several wooden and bamboo huts (known as bale or gubug in Indonesian) in a vast fish pond complete with the sound of splashing water and instrumental music that will surely calm and soothe you in the middle of bustling Denpasar. Not only a place to eat, Bale Udang also has an indoor meeting room, a kids playground, and a Musholla ready (hooray!!). Declared also by its name, this restaurant has specialties in prawn dishes (udang means prawn in Indonesian). You will be fascinated by the variety of prawn dishes from grilled, stewed, steamed, deep fried, and many more. For those of you who can’t eat prawn, they also serve squid, carp, beef, chicken, and duck in various dishes.

[Check out the dishes that we recommend from Bale Udang Mang Engking!]

 Address: (Kuta) Jln. Nakula No.88 Sunset Road, Kuta 80361, Bali
(Ubud) Jl. Raya Goa Gajah, Banjar Teges Kanginan, Desa Peliatan, Ubud, Bali
Opening Hours: 11am-10pm.


6. Bali Buda


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Are you a healthy food enthusiast? Vegetarian? Or on a diet? If yes, you could not be happier to know about this café! This café commits to serve ‘real food’ from organic sources. Everything is grown locally and is made by hand. There is also a small shop in the café that has ranges of natural skincare and household products, supplied only by small local businesses throughout Bali.

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They also contribute back to the society by running a non-profit clinic that provides medical, dental, and birthing services for women, and leading a group called Eco Bali Recycling, dedicated to educating the Indonesian community on environmental issues and becoming part of the solution. Where else in Bali can you eat good food and feel good by knowing that the establishment supports great causes?

 Address: #1 Bali Buda Ubud, Jl Jembawan 1 Ubud, Mas, Gianyar

#2 Bali Buda Kerobokan, Jl Banjar Anyar 24 Kerobokan

#3 Bali Buda Bukit, Jl Raya Uluwatu Br Wanagiri Nusa Dua, Badung

Opening Hours: 6am-10pm (times may vary at each location)


7. Nyoman Cafe Jimbaran

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If you’ve always dreamt of having a romantic dinner while admiring the sunset at Jimbaran, Nyoman Cafe’s got the solution for you! Dig in to seafood delights at this halal restaurant specialising in grilled fish.

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Other equally delectable dishes on their menu include juicy flame-grilled prawns, with sides of fresh lalapan (Indonesian raw vegetable salad) and three variants of power-packed chilli sauce. Wash it all down with some thirst-quenching fresh coconut juice, and you’re all set for a satisfying night of star-gazing by the sea.

Address: Jalan Pantai Jimbaran 5, Jimbaran 80361
Opening hours: 11AM-11PM daily
Contact number: +62 361 8553963

8. Warung Nikmat

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Experience Bali’s authentic Javenese food at this local favourite! Specialised in home-cooked dishes, the galore of color and fragrance of spices will probably hit you the moment you enter the store.

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They also sell the classic favorite, Nasi Ayam Penyet! As everyone knows, wherever the locals are, there’s surely great food to be had. So pop by this eatery for a meal when you’re in Bali!

Address: Jalan Bakungsari, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia 80361
Opening hours: 8AM-8PM daily

9. The Halal Boys

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Reining from New York, this bright and unique eatery is now selling their famous Gyros Over Rice in Indonesia! Cooking up Mediterranean cuisine that looks both appetising and Insta-worthy, The Halal Boys are bringing in crowds of customers and is definitely a must-visit when you’re in Bali.

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You have the choice of lamb, chicken or both on rice, all cooked with their own secret blend of spices.

Address: Jl.Petitenget, Kerobokan Kelod, Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia
Opening hours: 10AM-11.30PM daily

10. Pawon Pasundan

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Located in one of Bali’s busiest food streets, this cosy restaurant is the perfect lunch break destination in between your exploration of Bali. The peaceful garden surroundings make for the perfect setting for a delectable feast of Sudanese cuisine.

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Just look at their picture of the Ikan Gurame Bakar (grilled Gurame fish)! It’s enough to send our tummies grumbling. Prepare for a feast here as you probably won’t be able to resist the variety of dishes and specialties offered in their menu!

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End off your meal with a sweet and refreshing treat of Es Campur, which is shaved ice with coconut, attap seeds and other native ingredients that’s sure to quench your thirst!

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Address: Jln. Satrian (Jln. Kediri) No.2 – Tuban, Kuta, Bali
Opening hours: 11AM-11PM daily
+62 361 755833
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11. Halal Ubud Burger

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Craving for a good, juicy burger? No worries, make your way to Halal Ubud Burger and you’ll find yourself in burger paradise! 😋 This spot is really serious about keeping it local. Unique toppings include tons of jalapeños on top of caramelised onions. If you’re a self-proclaimed spicy food lover, this one’s a must! 😉

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The menu offers pretty much everything from veggie burger to soups and salads! Pair your meal with some classic fries and a glass of cold brew 😊 So if you’re ever taking a break from the local feasts, pay this gem a visit 😉

Address: Jalan Raya Ubud No.23, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571.

Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday, 8:00am – 10:00pm.

Contact No: 0813-5300-5772


If you’re facing a hunger emergency while travelling in Bali and you’re nowhere near any of the warungs or restaurants listed above, keep calm and just enter to a Padangnese restaurant in the area. Most Padangnese restaurants are owned by Muslims and always serve halal food. Other choices for emergencies are well known fast food chains such as KFC, CFC, Burger King, A&W, Domino’s Pizza, Pizza Hut, Starbucks, McD, and Wendys.  These chains hold halal certification!

Have a worry-free and fun time in Bali!


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