From fine dining, a chic warung to high tea, Bali is a haven for foodies.

 Made’s Warung

Coming from humble beginnings this now bustling restaurant originally started as a road side warung or food stall at Kuta back in 1969. Made and her family cooked up traditional Indonesian meals to serve to the locals. Over the years expats and tourists got wind of how good the food was, and gradually over time the warung has now morphed into a foodies hotspot serving up authentic Indonesian coupled with a tad of western, Japanese and Thai influence – you will find everything from guacamole to gado gado.

Location: Jalan Raya Seminyak, Kuta, +62 361 732 130; Jalan Pantai, Kuta, Ph. +62 361 755 297.

Biku

Fancy a bit of high tea? Sip in the ambience as you savour homemade scones, finger sandwiches and a selection of petite treats over a pot of freshly brewed tea. Biku comes highly recommended and anyone who has been to Bali has heard about Biku, and those who have been can’t say enough good things about it. Hands down it is the best place to have afternoon tea.

Location: Jalan Raya Petitenget 888, Kerobokan, Bali. Ph. +62 361 8570888

Mozaic

Mozaic defines a true sensory dining experience, a lush bamboo and palm-fringed alfresco dining room surrounded with survivor-style burning torches. Mozaic Restaurant, nestled in the village of Ubud is a fresh oasis of creativity in the world of gastronomy. The uniqueness of its five sensory experience is what has become the trademark of its reputation, encompassing only the finest and freshest of ingredients, a flawless execution, a palette of flavours and the quality of the service, all to be enjoyed in a lush tropical setting.

Location: Jalan Raya Sanggingan, Ubud, Ph. +62 361 975 768.