5 Recommended Restaurants in Bali to Eat Halal Food—on a Budget!

Just because Bali is an island of Hindu majority doesn’t mean that it is hard there to find Budget Halal Food in Bali. In fact, halal restaurants are practically on every corner of the island, waiting to be discovered. Like any other kinds of restaurants, some of them are expensive. But if you’re on a budget, looking for a halal food restaurant which will not consume your wallet. Thankfully Bali has plenty of it. We have compiled for you five recommended restaurants to eat halal food on a budget.

Warung Men Weti, Sanur

Every day  people are willing to queue on Jalan Segara Ayu, Sanur, just to have a bite of Warung Men Weti’s nasi campur. Although officially open from 8 am to 2 pm, it is often closed around 12 as there they run out of nasi campur! The most interesting part about Warung Men Weti Sanur is the price. Even though the taste is so authentic and the flavor is consistent, the nasi campur of Warung Men Weti is not at all pricey. For a portion of nasi campur plus one drink, you will only have to spend around IDR 20,000.

Warung Mami, Jimbaran

 

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This humble warung doesn’t need a Michelin star to attract seafood lovers. Though it doesn’t have the look, the clientele keeps ordering. Come here at the “wrong” time, it’s going to be hard for you to breath inside the warung. It will be packed with people waiting for their food to be served. People go to Warung Mami to have a bite of its legendary ikan bakar (grilled fish). This warung also serves delicious shrimp- and clam based seafood. Compared to the more luxurious seafood restaurants in Jimbaran, the food in Warung Mami is way more reasonable. Warung Mami is open daily from 1 pm to 7 pm on Jalan Uluwatu No. 2 Jimbaran.

Warung Nikmat, Kuta

 

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Warung makan ‘Nikmat’ #foodporn #foodhunt #indonesianfood #rice #javanesefood #bali #kuta #yummy

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If you are staying in Kuta, Warung Nikmat on Jalan Bakung Sari, Gang Biduri, is where you should go to eat halal food. It is also good for those who are not really into spicy food, since Warung Nikmat serves the more sweet and sugary Javanese meals. They serve rice with side dishes such as fried/grilled chicken, fried/grilled fish, omelette, etc. In a buffet-style restaurant such as Warung Nikmat, you are free to choose what you want to eat as long as you pay for it. Here’s a rule of thumb: when you are eating in Bali what determines the price is the number of side-dish you eat. So the more side dish you take to your plate, the more you pay. It is open from 8 am to 9 pm every day.

Warung Rujak Gula Bali The Joglo, Renon

As the name implies, the signature dish of Warung Rujak Gula Bali is rujak or fruit salad. It’s a kind of spicy salad whose taste will linger for several hours after you have eaten it. However, this restaurant is not only serving rujak but also other varieties of Balinese’s food, such as tipat cantok, tipat plecing, etc. The most expensive item in Warung Rujak Gula Bali only costs you IDR 20,000. You’ll need to have some sense of adventure—or a reliable GPS receiver—to get here as it is hidden under the trees in a housing estate on Jalan Merdeka II Renon, Denpasar Timur. In spite of its obsure location, Warung Gula Bali, operating daily from 8 am to 5 pm, is never run out of clientele. During lunchtime, it will be hard for you to find a spot to park your car.

Nasi Ayam Kedewatan Ibu Mangku, Ubud

 

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Nasi Ayam Kedewatan “BU MANGKU” JL Raya Kedewatan no 18 ☎️ 0361 974795 Ubud- Bali . . . Restaurant recommendations Continue On of the best Nasi campur in Ubud is Nasi ayam kedewatan,For food itself,they only have Nasi ayam on the menu.Nasi ayam is their specialty and there are two options available ;You can have all the ingredients on the rice (campur),or served separately (pisah) The portion of this Nasi ayam Kedewatan Ibu Mangku was just nice and it’s quite cheap only Rp 25.000,-per serving . . . . #nyrempongkulineran#kulinermalamnyrempong#nyrempong#seleranyrempong#nyrempongsemarang#eatventure#eatandtreats#eatstagram#eatingfood#foodgasm#foodgram#foodblogger#foodporn#foodhunter#foodphotography#foodie#f52#f52grams#vsco#vscoam#instagram#instafood#instaeat#like4like#likeforlike#nyrempongbali#kulinernyrempong#nasiayamkedewatan#thebalibible#

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A plate of Ibu Mangku’s nasi campur is so tempting that once your nasi campur ayam (chicken mixed rice) arrives your hunger will mysteriously go away. Served on a banana-leaf covered plate, one portion of Ibu Mangku’s nasi ayam consists of a fair amount of rice, sliced chicken, crispy chicken skin, garnished with traditional Balinese toppings. It will only cost you around IDR 25,000. The original Nasi Ayam Kedewatan Ibu Mangku is situated on an alley near the riverbank of Ayung, Ubud. If you are staying in sourthern Bali, you can go to their branch on Jalan Kayu Jati No. 2 Petitenget, Seminyak.

It’s not that hard to find a inexpensive halal food restaurant in Bali, huh?