We’ve previously recommended several places to eat halal food in Bali. However, since, perhaps, you are staying in Bali for quite a while, you’re gonna need other places to eat, lest you’re gonna get bored of repetition.
So if you have tried all halal food restaurants from our previous list, you can now make your way to one of these following seven cafés and restaurants:

Tamarind Kitchen and Lounge, Nusa Dua


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This chic restaurant smartly combines the ambience of Occident and Orient, namely the colourful flavour of Italian delicacies, the bold taste of Indonesian cuisines, and the tropical ambience of Bali. Your pizza or pasta or whatever Indonesian-Italian food you order will be served on a table under the roof of a unique bamboo structure.
Situated at Nusa Dua Bali Hotel & Spa, BTDC Area, Nusa Dua, Tamarind Kitchen and Lounge is open every day from 12 am to 12 pm. A complete three-course meal for two people will cost you around IDR600,000++.

Raja’s Balinese Cuisine, Nusa Dua

If you’re looking for an extraordinary halal-food dining experience, go to Raja’s Balinese Cuisine. The restaurant doesn’t only have a great venue for having dinner but also serve exquisite Balinese food and beverages made of premium ingredients. You’re gonna eat like a king.
The restaurant open from 5.30 pm to 10.30 pm. They have two early bird menu packages (from 5.30 pm to 7 pm), namely the two-course menu (IDR195,000++/person) and three-course menu (IDR210,000++/person). Raja’s Balinese Cuisine, like Tamarind Kitchen and Lounge, is also located at Nusa Dua Bali Hotel & Spa.

Batur Sari, Kintamani


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It’s gonna be hard to forget the experience of having halal-food lunch at Batur Sari. Besides delicious food, the restaurant has another thing to offer—the panorama. From the window of Batur Sari Restaurant, when the weather is fine, you can gaze at the towering Mount Batur as well as the crescent-shaped Lake Kintamani.
Batur Sari serves buffet-style food at a quite reasonable price, only around IDR50,000-100,000/person. The restaurant is open daily from 11 am to 6 pm on Jalan Raya Penelokan, Kintamani.

Café De Dapoer

Many cafés and restaurants try hard to combine the old and the new. But only a few have actually succeeded, one of which is Café De Dapoer. Combining elegant, modern kitchen furniture and the old recipes from their grandparents, the owner of Café De Dapoer has succeeded in creating a homey, comfortable eating place.
Situated on Rhadana Kuta, Jalan Raya Kuta No. 88, the halal-certified Café De Dapoer is open from 6 am to 11 pm and caters those who want to have breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The food and beverages cost from IDR20,000 to IDR110,000.


Nasi Tempong Indra, Kuta

Thanks to the proximity of East Java to Bali, the traditional dishes of the easternmost part of Java, Banyuwangi, has spread to Bali. Now, people in Bali are crazy about nasi tempong, a spicy mixed rice a la Banyuwangi, served with side dishes like fried/grilled fish, chicken, tahu, tempe, etc.
To have a bite of one of the most delicious nasi tempong in Bali, you can go to Nasi Tempong Indra on Jalan Dewi Sri, Legian. It is open from 8.30 am to midnight. Expect to spend between IDR35,000 to IDR80,000 for a meal here.

Nasi Ayam Bu Oki, Nusa Dua


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If you know a little bit of Bahasa Indonesia, we bet you can guess that Nasi Ayam Bu Oki serves chicken (ayam). The chicken is cooked with the Balinese spices, which is bold yet tasty. Besides the chicken, Bu Oki also has sate lilit and various Balinese food toppings—which are also spicy.
The restaurant is situated on Jalan Siligita No. 27, Nusa Dua. It is open from 10 am to 9 pm every day. You don’t need to worry about spending too much money because usually people only spend around IDR50,000 for eating here.


Warung Mak Beng, Sanur


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Warung Mak Beng is one of the humblest warungs in Bali as it only serves a limited number of dishes, among which are fried fish (ikan goreng) and soup. Yet, due to their being committed to preparing those meals, Warung Mak Beng has got its reputation.
For a standard portion of rice, fried fish, and soup, you only have to pay IDR34,000. To wash your mouth, they offer a list of humble drinks such as iced-tea, iced-orange, and bottled soft drinks. Warung Mak Beng is located on Jalan Hang Tuah No. 45, Sanur, and is open from 9 am to 10 pm every day.
So have a nice halal-food meal, fellas!