Top 5 Best Local Foods in Bali

When you’re in Bali, it’s customary that you try the many flavors of food by the locals! Here are our favorite food places in Bali that are not only affordable, but tastes great too, that will make you fall in love even deeper with the island!

1. Naughty Nuri for Best Ribs $$


A funky streetside food haven, especially for the “naughty but nice.” Famous for its absolutely brutal martinis and unbelievably wicked pork ribs. Formerly located only in UBUD, BALI, but now, Nuri’s has gotten naughtier… in BATUBELIG!

Location: Jalan Batubelig, 41 (Kerobokan Kelod, Kuta, Bali)
Phone: +62 0361 847 6722 – Email: –

2. Warung Eropa for Best Crispy Duck $

Located in Seminyak area, this restaurant is quirkily named ‘Warung Eropa’ although it is actually best known for its Crispy Duck, served with sambal matah, rice and vegetables. Definitely a must try!

Location: -Jalan Peti Tenget No. 9D (Seminyak) -Badung, Bali 80361
Phone: +62 361 7471771 –
Facebook: warungeropapetitenget


3. Warung Made for Best Nasi Goreng & Nasi Campur $$


Made’s warung was established in 1969 and has become a social eating and meeting venue for locals, expats and tourists alike. It has grown from a traditional roadside warung into a cosmopolitan restaurant serving a variety of local and international food in Bali.
Location: – Br. Seminyak, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia
Phone: 62 361 732130
Facebook: MadesWarungSeminyak

4. Warung Sulawesi for Best Indonesian ‘Nasi Campur’ $


Offers popular home cooking of Indonesia, ‘with influences from Sulawesi and some Javanese and Padang as well, in a very affordable price.  To order, choose a type of rice (they usually have yellow turmeric rice, white rice, and red rice), point at your prefered ‘lauk’ or protein and veggies, and order your drink.

Jalan Raya Seminyak No. 2000 X, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali
Phone: (0361) 7463052
Hours:· 7AM–8PM

4. Bakso Gerobak Biru – for Best Bakso (meatballs)


Find the blue bakso food cart in Kuta that’s popular with those looking for good Indonesian bakso, or meatballs that are more chewy than the western meatballs, served in hot savory broth and other condiment. A definite comfort food for lots of Indonesians, wherever they are!

At Double Six Beach, Kuta


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