Restaurants in the Ubud Area of Bali

Like many tourist areas around the world, restaurants can come and go with the seasons. Even good and highly regarded restaurants can lose their leases, or have their chefs retire. The list below displays some of the many places we've tried in the Ubud areas. Entries are dated according to last visit. Check out the most recent reviews of Ubud restaurants at my travel journal. For more ideas, check out Bali Eats.

Indonesian / International - This pleasant little open air restaurant overlooks a large rice field on the edge of town on Jalan Pengosekan. The menu is mostly Indonesian, especially Balinese, with a few international dishes thrown in. There are usually daily specials as well, and the presentation is generally quite nice. January 2010
Batan Waru
Indonesian - The original well known Ubud restaurant that now has branches in Kuta. The selection of Indonesian and Balinese food is quite good, although rather expensive for the locals. Expect to pay 100,000 Rupiah (6.00 USD) or more per person, excluding alcohol. On Jalan Dewi Sita. August 2009
Juice Ja
Health Food Cafe - This small cafe on Jalan Dewi Sita offers a wide range of fresh juices, yogurt and fresh backed muffins, as well as a menu of international foods. April 2007
Cafe - French owned coffee shop, library, bookstore and restaurant. The menu runs from local Indonesian dishes to, of course, French country food. On Jalan Raya across from the Art Market. April 2007
Indonesian - Very nice outdoor restaurant on Monkey Forest Road, just down the hill from the football field (across from Komaneka Resort). The food is very good and there is a small bakery making some excellent cakes and other desserts. Also offers cooking classes by Wayan himself. April 2007