AROUND THE WORLD IN BALI: 5 BEST INTERNATIONAL RESTAURANTS IN BALI. The best way to understand a place is through their food. Lucky for you, even when you’re in Bali, you can explore the world. There are more and more restaurants that offer authentic cuisine from lots of countries in the world. Here are some that we love.


SETTIMO CIELO – ITALY
Jalan Pangkung Sari 10A, Seminyak
+62361 4741117
@settimocielobali
Rustic dishes and refined plating are the signatures of one of Seminyak’s most celebrated Italian restaurants. A chic, modern and intimate space, Settimo Cielo is the perfect blend of sophistication with the warmth of a traditional Italian kitchen. Enjoy all-day dining with light, delicious breakfasts, lunches worth lingering over to intimate dinners. Settimo Cielo updates classic Italian dishes, fresh home-made pasta dishes, rustic pizzas with gourmet toppings, slow-cooked favorites like osso buco and flavourful lamb shanks, delicious imported steaks, fresh seafood, lively garden salads and much more.


MAGAL BALI – KOREA
Jl. Raya Kuta No. 105, Kuta
+62361 752 505
@magal_bali
Mapo Galmaegi or Magal Resto is one of the biggest Korean chain restaurants, with more than 450 branches in Korea. In Indonesia, they have restaurants in Jakarta, Surabaya and now Bali. In this 3 floor restaurants, guest can enjoy delicious BBQ served with unlimited banchan or side dishes like kimchi, salad, vegetables and many more. You can order Bimbimbap, Tteokbokki, Galmaegi and have it with cheese on the side. The grill is placed on each table along with the smoke inhaler to ensure your convenience. Come try it out!


ABOVE ELEVEN – PERU
Movenpick Resort & Spa Jimbaran, 8th floor.
+62811-3860-402
@aboveelevenbali
Above Eleven Bali is the hip park-in-the-sky restaurant in Bali. Inspired by the great urban parks of the world, Above Eleven Bali offers a refreshing place to hang out and enjoy delicious Peruvian dishes. Above Eleven lures you in with its uniquely delectable Nikkei cuisine, a remarkable fusion of Peruvian and Japanese food cultures stemming from the migration of the Japanese to Peru in the early 1900s. Chef Renzo Vacchelli brings his native expertise to give diners an authentic and unforgettable experience.
Try their Cebiches, Tiraditos, Empanadas and many more.


LEROY’S – VIETNAM
Jl. Tanah Barak No 43, Canggu
+62812 38368100
@leroys.vietnamese
Leroy’s is a relaxed, modern eatery preparing Vietnamese Pho, Banh Mi, share plates and other traditional and untraditional fare. Chill vibes, hip-hop beats in an intimate, antique space located in a small surfer town in Canggu, Bali. The place opens every day from 5PM-11PM. The place is not so big, but that’s what brings us back to that charming street stalls in Vietnam. Whether you’re craving a bowl of Pho or just dying for that spring rolls, this is the place for you.


SOM CHAI – THAILAND
Jalan Raya Kerobokan 86A
+62878-8866-1945
Will Meyrick has drawn on his vast experience to create a menu that not only uses authentic ingredients but the cooking methods intrinsic to their taste. He did a three-month research excursion to discover the intricacies of traditional and Thai cuisine, where wood fire stoves, charcoal fire grills, and clay cooking pots impart specific flavors to the food and the inclusion of homemade ferments add a wonderful and unique quality. The intensive preparation of these home-made ferments, fish sauces, and shrimp pastes is at the heart of Thai style flavors – at once sharp, sour, sweet, spicy and sometimes pungent. The attention to each step of the preparation, both in the kitchen and at the table, brings all the authentic nuances of Thai cooking to the guest in a way that is hard to replicate. Come try it out!

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