As tourism gradually comes back to the island, Bali is well on its way to becoming a Foodie Destination with new restaurants, bars, and cafes, there is always something new opening in Bali.

Here is our round-up of the hottest and brightest in the F&B scene on the island of the Gods.

Burgreens – Canggu

The leading plant-based food chain in Indonesia, Burgreens, now owns and operates 16 restaurants in Indonesia and Green Rebel, Indonesia’s #1 food tech start-up developing all-natural plant-based meat & cheese with authentic Asian flavors has now launched in Bali. Born to democratize a healthy & sustainable lifestyle through food, Burgreens and Green Rebel are now adding a whole new level of excitement to Bali’s dining scene with its first establishment in the Island’s most vibrant neighborhood of Canggu.

Burgreens is open from 8 am to 10 pm, catering to breakfast, lunch, and dinner. To book a table or to find out more information about Burgreens, you can visit their website.

Burgreens
Jalan Pantai Batu Mejan no. 1
IG: @burgreens
www.burgreens.com

Dough Darlings – Canggu

Crowd’s favorite darlings recently opened its latest outlet in Canggu. Dough Darlings Canggu offers 25 spectacular doughnut variants, ranging from their ‘original’ traditional vanilla glaze to filled doughnuts, cake doughnuts, vegan, and gluten-free options. There’s also a range of coffees and juices to go with your treats, as well as a 16-item cuisine menu for those looking for something more savory.

What’s cool about Dough Darling’s new outlet is they provided guests with parking space! There’s something you don’t often see in Bali. This marks the third outlet for Dough Darling with the first in Kerobokan and the second in Samasta Jimbaran. The attractive red-brick structure, with its stunning contemporary design, is relatively easy to catch, providing a new touch to the busy Berawa road.

Dough Darling
Jl. Raya Semat No.1D, Berawa, Tibubeneng
Open daily from 7 AM to
IG: @doughdarlings
doughdarlings.com  

Le Club 22 – Uluwatu

The possibilities for spending your time in Uluwatu’s Karma Kandara are endless. This is especially true when it comes to food and drink, with the luxury resort home to a number of exceptional restaurants and a growing collection of drinking establishments. Le Club 22, hidden into the beach on the famed white sands of the Bukit Peninsula, is the newest addition to its increasing population of venues.

The focus of the new bar is on high-end drinks created by professional mixologists. Consider intriguing new beverages made with distinctive Balinese ingredients and reputed European spirits. The cocktails are served alongside a handpicked menu of fresh Mediterranean foods barbecued over the grill that highlights the area’s abundant fresh fish. Pair your meal with one of the handcrafted cocktails or one of the chilled wines on offer, including rosé.

Le Club 22 at Karma Kandara Resort
Jl. Villa Kandara, Banjar Wijaya Kusuma, Ungasan
+62 361 848 2202
@karma.kandara.bali
karmagroup.com/karma-kandara/

Platonic – Canggu

There were a number of new speakeasy bars in Bali lately, one of them is this youngster spot in Tanah Barak. Platonic is a friendly, quirky bar and intimate that emphasizes art, people, and music. The unpretentious entry to the bar may be found against the venue’s black-brick façade for first-time guests.

Featuring antique countertops and cabinets, plastered walls, and bare cement flooring with a weekly DJ lineup that ensures a good time, as well as a casual atmosphere and a polished yet fun drink menu. Worth trying drinks are The Plan B (gin-based, bitter, and lemony), Ay, Dios Mio, and Purely Platonic (think lemon, honey, and ginger).

Platonic
Jl. Tanah Barak No.31, Canggu
IG: @platonicintimate
Phone: +62 82144788810

Sababa – Berawa

Sababa is an Arabic word that means “great” or “awesome”. And that’s how we feel after visiting the place and devouring their food, we feel awesome! If you love some Middle Eastern or Mediterranean food, you would love the food served in Sababa. The restaurant just opened in June and we can’t get enough. Located in Jalan Pantai Berawa, the ambiance is cozy and sweet, dominated by pastel colors and dim light.

We started off the dinner with Octo-Ganoush, a combination of grilled octopus, smoked black babaganoush, onion marmalade, and parsley dukkah. A perfect appetizer served together with Mollini’s bakery’s artisanal made flatbread. For the mains, we enjoyed the Chicken Shawarma, which is easily our favorite. We also had Green Shashuka, with peas, kale, spinach, peanuts crumble, and a poached organic hen egg. Ending the dinner with Knapfe was perfect, a puff pastry, house-made cheese, pistachio crumb, coriander & orange molasses, and yogurt ice cream combination.

Sababa
Jalan Pantai Berawa No.100, Tibubeneng
Phone : +62 811 3891 221
Info@sabababali.com
IG: @sababa.bali