Munch At These 5 Muslim Friendly Eateries On Your Next Bali Trip


Khairun Nisa •  Nov 17, 2016

Pristine beaches, calm waves, overall relaxed ambiance... Bali is THE place for a chill vacation with your loved ones. Oh, but that's not all that Bali has to offer! We're talking about indulging in scrumptious halal food while admiring the natural beauty of the island?

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So sit back, relax and get ready to stuff your face at these top 5 Muslim-friendly eateries in Bali you have to try at least once?

1. Bebek Joni


Bali is synonymous with crispy duck. The big names like Bebek Bengil and Bebek Tepi Sawah pay little care for their Muslim patrons but do not fret! Bebek Joni is a great halal alternative and is just as good! Also set over-looking amazing paddy fields, you get to enjoy the crisp and flavourful bird with the condiments that are what really makes the meal. The shallot and onion sambal in oil is the absolute best.

Address: Jl Raya Goa Gajah, Ubud, Indonesia

Opening Hours: 9.00am – 9.00pm everyday

Price: $$ Rp 150k per person not including drinks

Directions: Find the restaurant here on the map -


2. Bale Udang Mang Engking

Bale Udang Mang Engking lunch-spread-halal-food-bali

Have your meal in a private bamboo hut, with a breathtaking view of the rice fields!

[Check out: #HHWT's full review of Bale Udang Mang Engking in Ubud]

Address: 1. Kuta - Jln. Nakula No. 88, Sunset Road, Kuta 80361, Bali - Indonesia/ 2. Ubud - Jl. Raya Goa Gajah, Banjar Teges Kanginan, Desa Peliatan, Ubud, Bali - Indonesia

Opening Hours: 11am - 11.30pm everyday

Price: $$



3. Raja’s Balinese Restaurant


This award-winning restaurant at the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel and Spa will be a real treat if you’re looking for something fancy. It prides itself in being the first halal-certified fine dining restaurant in Bali so rest assured that your meal is in safe hands. Treat yourself to their famous Bebek Betutu, which is a whole duck marinated in spices, wrapped in palm leaves and steamed for 4 hours or their Sate Gede, a platter of barbecue chicken, beef and mutton skewers that come with some amazing special sauce.

Address: Kawasan Pariwisata. Lot North 4, Nusa Dua, Bali 80363 Indonesia

Opening Hours: 6.30 – 10.30pm everyday

Price: $$$$ Rp 180k – 870k per item


Ask for the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel and Spa and your cab driver should be able to take you there.


4. Bawang Merah Jimbaran


If you are planning to head to Uluwatu to catch the Kecak, consider dinner after at Jimbaran Bay as it’s on the way back towards the Kuta city. The ultimate seafood joint, this place is usually swarmed for dinner and for good reason! You’re right on the beach and under the stars, having the freshest seafood your Rupiah can buy. Bawang Merah is pork-free and will have just what you need. Have a go at their seafood basket that comes with some really juicy lobster!

Address: Kawasan Pariwisata. Lot North 4, Nusa Dua, Bali 80363 Indonesia

Opening Hours: 12.00 – 10.00pm everyday

Price: $$ Rp 150k – 500k for your entire meal

Directions: As a popular tourist destination, Jimbaran Bay is not hard to find:


5. Kakiang Bakery

The giant kakiang cream puff
The giant kakiang cream puff

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Ubud will have loads of kitschy vegan juice bars and cool indie coffee shops that will tempt you. But the cream puffs at Kakiang Bakery are the stuff that dreams are made of. The cream is sweet on the mark and is spread between the pillowy puff pastry in just the right amounts so it doesn’t overwhelm. Go in the morning, when it’s just freshly made.

Address: Jl Raya Pengosekan Ubud, Ubud, Kab. Gianyar, Bali 80571 Indonesia

Opening Hours: 7.00am – 11.00pm everyday

Price: $ From Rp 18k per pie cream puff. The minis will be cheaper.

Directions: Kakiang Bakery can be found here:


We can hear your tummies protesting and rumbling? What's your favourite halal eatery in Bali? Let us know in the comments below!??