8 Seminyak Restaurants, Cafes & Bars You Have To Visit On Your Next Bali Trip

Restaurants, cafes & bars in Seminyak, Bali

There’s lots of things to do and places to go in Bali – from water sports to relaxing spas to cultural immersion. But no matter how packed your itinerary may be, you’ll still have to eat and also let yourself enjoy an amazing cup of coffee or a delicious cocktail.

Seminyak is undoubtedly one of the hottest neighborhoods offering world-class restaurants, cafes, and barsWe’ve gathered a list of places where you can treat yourself to a variety of dishes, snacks, and drinks including vegetarian muesli, Belgian meatballs, to Wasabi Martini – so you’re guaranteed to leave Bali with a rejuvenated mind and a happy tummy.

1. La Favela – a tropical-themed evening dinner and dancing spot

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What makes La Favela worth visiting is its lush tropical decor. The spacious area and plethora of plants make this restaurant and bar a totally dreamy spot.

Whether you’re in the mood for dinner with your partner or a night of dancing to upbeat music with your squad, you can do both here.

Dishes on offer include Grilled Polenta (Rp. 75,000, ~USD5.47) and Tropical Ceviche (Rp. 75,000, ~USD5.47). And quench your thirst by ordering its signature cocktails, such as the Vodka-based Favela Breeze (Rp. 100,000, ~USD7.29) or the Tequila-based Agave Temptation (Rp. 100,000, ~USD7.29).

To get ahead of the crowd, come before midnight. It can get packed on weekends, so those of you planning to enjoy a chill date with your significant other might want to come a little earlier in the evening. While La Favela doesn’t have a super strict dress code, it does pay attention to footwear, so be sure to avoid wearing sandals.

Address: Jalan Laksamana Oboroi #177X, Seminyak, Kuta, Badung, Bali 80561
Opening hours: 5PM-3AM, Daily

2. Revolver Espresso – a rustic cafe for people serious about their coffee in Bali

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Coffee enthusiasts who care where their roasted beans come from should definitely put Revolver Coffee, a cozy coffee shop with a rustic vibe and what many say is the best coffee on the island, on their list. Your drinks will come from local coffee farmers, all whom the cafe owners know.

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A cup of Long Black Coffee (Rp. 30,000, ~USD2.19) or a bottle of Cold Brew (Rp. 44,000, ~USD3.21) will please those who like their coffee strong, while those who prefer a bit of milk and sweetness in their beverage might want to go for the Killer Chiller (Rp. 55,000, ~USD4.01) or the Revolver Coffee Shake (Rp. 50,000, ~USD3.65).

Apart from Revolver’s renowned coffee, it also offers a variety of delicious dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Its Ammo (Rp. 95,000, ~USD6.93), which are tiramisu hotcakes served with coffee jelly, coffee ice cream and white chocolate mascarpone would be perfect in the morning, while the Double Barrel (Rp. 100,000,~USD7.29), its very own double patty cheese burger served with a jalapeño cheese sauce and french fries, is a wholesome meal fit for either lunch or dinner.

Address: Jalan Kayu Aya Alley #51, Seminyak, Kuta, Badung, Bali 80361
Opening hours: Sun – Thu 7AM-11PM | Fri – Sat 7AM-11.30PM

3. Sisterfields – where you can get your dream holiday brunch

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One of the best things about being on vacation is that you get to sleep in. By the time you’re ready to get out of bed, it might be too late for breakfast but too early for lunch – which means it’s the perfect time for brunch.

Sisterfields is one of the most popular Seminyak restaurants among brunch-loving locals and travellers because of its chill ambience and all-day breakfast menu of fresh ingredients. Make the best of the warm island weather and sit outside to eat your meal. If someone else beats you to it, the large windows let a lot of natural light into the indoors area too.

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Have an Acai Berry Bowl (Rp. 110,000, ~USD8.02) with blended frozen blueberry yogurt that’s perfect for kickstarting your day, or a Sisterfields Big Breakfast (Rp. 130,000, ~USD9.48) and a cup of locally sourced and roasted coffee (from Rp. 30,000 ,~USD2.19) to energize you. For those who want to have a refreshing afternoon cocktail, get one of the Sisterfields Classics such as the Tommy’s Margarita (Rp. 130,000, ~USD9.48) or the Pina Colada (Rp. 130,000,~USD9.48).

Bear in mind that the cafe can get quite busy, but since it’s so popular, it doesn’t accept reservations. So prepare to wait in a line, but it won’t take long thanks to the speedy service of its excellent floor staff.

Address: Jalan Kayu Cendana #7, Seminyak, Kuta Utara, Badung, Bali 80361
Opening hours: 7AM-10PM, Daily

4. The Junction House – a spacious French mansion where you’ll have plenty of room to focus

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Those of you into classy French aesthetics should definitely swing by The Junction House, which is located in the heart of Seminyak. You won’t feel cooped up at this cafe because it’s spacious, with two floors and several dining rooms to choose from – making it an ideal place for vacationers to wind down or for mobile workers to get some work done.

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As for food, it boasts a European-style breakfast menu that includes a vegetarian Homemade Muesli Jar (Rp. 70,000, ~USD5.10) and French Crepes (from Rp. 30,000, ~USD2.19). Don’t forget to get some coffee (from Rp. 30,000, ~USD2.19) with a caffeine punch to properly wake you up.

If you’re planning to camp here all day for work, French food isn’t the only option as the lunch and dinner menus are a mix of Indonesian and international dishes that range from the traditional Soto Ayam (Rp. 75,000, ~USD5.47) to Belgian Meatballs (Rp. 90,000, ~USD6.56).

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Wash the food down with healthy juice options (from Rp. 30,000, ~USD2.19) or cocktails such as the sweet yet fresh Lychee Martini (Rp. 150,000, ~USD10.49).

Address: Jalan Kayu Aya #3, Seminyak, Kuta, Badung, Bali 80361
Opening hours: 7AM-11PM, Daily

5. Sea Circus – an eatery as colorful as its menu

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When you’re in a full-on holiday mood and you stumble upon a place as eye-catching as Sea Circus, it’d be silly not to walk in and sit down for a meal or even just a quick drink. Decorated with bright colors inside out – including its food, snacks, and drinks on offer – this is one of the best Seminyak restaurants to visit to put you in a cheery mood.

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Whether you’re on a plant-based diet or an eater of all meats, you’ll find something to munch on at this adorable joint. Early risers should try the Fairy Floss Pancakes (Rp. 95,000, ~USD6.93) or  Scrambled Tofu (Rp. 80,000, ~USD5.83) and some specialty Coconut Cold Drip (Rp. 50,000, ~USD3.65) for breakfast.

Those seeking a meal later in the day can get some Pulled Jackfruit Tacos (from Rp. 55,000, ~USD4.01) or Pan Seared Barramundi (Rp. 130,000, ~USD9.48) with a glass of Frozen Fruit Margarita (Rp. 120,000, ~USD8.75).

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Or if you just want to drop in to enjoy a light snack, get the Rice Paper Rolls (Rp. 60,000, ~USD4.38) or a simple plate of Shoestring Fries (Rp. 30,000, ~USD2.19)

Address: Jalan Kayu Aya #22, Seminyak, Kuta, Badung, Bali 80361
Opening hours: 7.30AM-10PM, Daily

6. Monsieur Spoon – takeaway-friendly scrumptious croissants and other French pastries

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French pastry connoisseurs will not want to miss out on the fresh mouth-watering pastries at Monsieur Spoon‘s numerous outlets across Bali. While the Seminyak branch might be a tad smaller than the rest, it’s worth visiting when you want a quick bite to keep your tummy full enough before lunch or dinner.

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The ultimate best-seller is The Monsieur Spoon Croissant (Rp. 18,000, ~USD1.32), a buttery and flaky French-style pastry that’s best eaten with its house-made jam (Rp. 8,000, ~USD0.59). Another must-try is the Must-try Chocolatine (Rp. 20,000, ~USD1.46), which is Monsieur Spoon’s version of the traditional pain au chocolat.

Other pastries include the Lemon Meringue Tartlet (Rp. 38,000, ~USD2.77), an option for those who like citrusy flavors, and the Tarte Au Fraises (Rp. 38,000, ~USD2.77), a short-crust pastry with strawberries and vanilla cream.

Address: Jalan Kayu Cendana Oberoi #2, Seminyak, Kuta Utara, Badung, Bali 86100
Opening hours: 7AM-9PM, Daily

7. Mauri – contemporary Italian fine dining for treat days

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While you’re on vacation, you might as well treat yourself to an upscale dining experience and head to Mauri, a contemporary Italian fine-dining restaurant masterminded by Chef Maurizio Bombini. This Seminyak restaurant’s interior design is as sleek as the food on offer.

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Treat your palate to Insalata Di Bacala, a mix of chickpeas and tomato confit and an olive dressing, or some Pollo Cacciatora, which is chicken, red bell pepper, and cacciatora sauce. For dessert do try the delicately made Apple Tart, that comes with a smooth apple custard, lemon butterscotch and caramel caviar. Close the night with a Wasabi Martini, which is one of the restaurant’s signature cocktails.

Individual prices are not available, but you can expect to shell out Rp. 500,000 (~USD36.48) per person for a meal.

Address: Jalan Petitenget #100, Seminyak, Kuta Utara, Badung, Bali 80361
Opening hours (restaurant): 6.30PM-11.30PM, Daily
Opening hours (bar): 6.30PM-12.00AM, Daily
Telephone: 0817776177

8. La Lucciola – a romantic beachfront dining experience with a view

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For a romantic lunch or dinner experience with your loved one, go to La Lucciola, a beautiful restaurant with a mix of traditional and modern decor, that has an equally stunning beachfront view.

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Celebrate special occasions such as anniversaries at one of the most dreamy Seminyak restaurants, where you can order a special Dinner Menu (from Rp. 450,000, ~USD32.82 per set) with entrées such as Risotto Primavera, main courses such as Fettuccine Con Funghi (fettuccine with mushrooms) and desserts such as Mandarin and Coconut Meringata (Italian-style meringue cake).

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For those of you just want to take in the view while sipping on a cocktail, get a Vodka Lychee Lime Granita, a Mixed Berry Mojito, or a Cosmopolitan for Rp. 95,000 (~USD6.93) each. 

Address: Petitenget Beach, Jalan Kayu Aya, Seminyak, Kuta, Badung, Bali 80361
Opening hours: 9AM-11PM, Daily

Where to eat and drink in Bali: Seminyak restaurants

With this list, you’ll save yourself the trouble of looking for a restaurant on the go, which means you’ll have more time to explore the island and simply relax. However big or small your appetite is, you should definitely check these Seminyak restaurants out on your next visit to this buzzing neighbourhood.

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