Blessed with diverse multi-ethnic population, combined with the exquisite ingredients that comes from the tropic lands and vast seas, Bali has all it needs to be hub of fusion cuisines. This is especially attractive for tourists who are looking for some homey comfort, coupled with local-adventurous umami in their dishes. Without further ado, here are our favourite fusion restaurants in Bali:
A creative fusion gastronomy venue, you’ll be served a 6-8 courses degustation set menu paired with a diverse selection of international wine in your own private cocoon, while enjoying the magical view of Bali’s tropical rainforest and the exquisite Ayung River. Truly an unforgettable fine-dining experience!
A fusion between Balinese ingredients and European cuisine, Locavore serves your dish in a gastronomic presentation, allowing you to feel multiple dimension of flavor in one bite. We highly recommend ‘The Squid’, allowing you to feel the creaminess of the dish (bathed in brem), a slight hint of peanut & variant spices (shallots, kemangi & chillies). What a treat to your throat!
Uma Cucina, located in Ubud’s main street, is a fusion restaurant specializing in Asian-Italian fusion dishes. This restaurant is very well known for their champion pizzas, combining imported and Balinese ingredients. This results in a flawless Pizzas (and Pastas) which are wonderfully executed with finesse – just enough to bring you to Italy in a blink!
Spices introduces a concept of modern Indonesian dishes with fine presentation and generous portion. They emits a relaxed ambience, paired with unique and various selection of cocktails for you who want to chill. This place is famous for its dumplings, which you should definitely try! We also highly recommend their salmon and papaya sliders.
Located in one of the tourist-hubs in Bali, Ubud, Sweet Orange Maroon serves an Asian-Western fusion dishes with boldness and authenticity. The food is as fresh as it gets (especially the chicken salad!), since it was cooked with self-grown ingredients. Faraway from the busy streets, you can enjoy sitting in a beautiful rice-field secretly hidden behind Ubud’s busy roads.