There’s more to Bali than IG-worthy landscapes and temples – there are several restaurants that are not good for the tummy, but that are visually appealing as well. Travelers and locals alike are sure to enjoy the interiors and the dishes that these culinary hot spots whip up.
Here are some of our top picks of IG-worthy restaurants in Bali:
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Located above the famous Bali Boat Shed clothing store, Neon Palms is best known for its bright pink door and its pastel-colored murals.
The jungle-inspired designs on the walls, the terrazzo tiles, and vegetarian-friendly menu are what keep people coming back.
Crowd favorites from the menu include their Chorizo Scramble, Poke Toast, Neon Benedict, and Halloumi Avocado on Toast.
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Adding to the vegetarian scene, Bali Bola’s pastel interiors are just as lovely and eye-pleasing as the plating of its food.
From colorful smoothie bowls topped with fresh fruits to ricotta pancakes on cute plates, everything about the place is so Instagrammable that even their own Instagram account it worth a follow.
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The predominantly pink and white restaurant with tropical murals is a go-to for both locals and tourists alike.
The KYND menu includes smoothie bowls, gourmet toasts, waffles, salad bowls, and more – top favorites are the Dream Boat Waffles, the Anti-cruel Platter, the Soulshine Sandwich, and the Gourmet Toasts that you can customize.
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Tucked in the middle of Seminyak, Titik Temu lives up to its name – which when translated from Indonesian means “place for meeting”. It is, after all, a great place to catch up with family or friends over good food, music and company.
And just outside of it are cute stores where you can buy small trinkets and clothes.
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Located in the heart of Canggu, this Colombian-styled watering hole is apparently the place to be for good food, drinks, hip hop night, and quiz night.
The vibrant colors and murals that decorate the restaurant were inspired by Medelin Street in Colombia, where Pablo Escobar used to live.
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Cabina Bali is where you can grab good breakfast grub all day, everyday! They offer a wide variety of tapas, smoothies and they have specialty coffee from Melbourne and Jakarta.
What they’re best known for though is their floating breakfast brunch which is available daily from 8AM to 3PM. This includes your choice of coffee, tea, or juice, along with a delicious tropical meal.
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La Laguna is whimsical and is a great place to kick back and to relax with your friends and family.
Every nook and cranny here is Instagrammable, from the semi-cobbled pathways, the vintage wooden caravans to the brightly colored furniture scattered around the garden leading down to the lagoon.
It’s not hard to see why people stay back here to enjoy Bali’s gorgeous sunset.
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This boutique accommodation is home to well-appointed suites, a restaurant and even to the owner’s private collection of artwork.
The minimalist interiors made up of concrete, native woods, earth tones and crisp lines provide an IG-worthy backdrop for OOTD shots of you and your friends.
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Housed in a traditional village setting, Bumbu Bali serves authentic Balinese cuisine lovingly prepared with fresh produce and seafood that’s been locally sourced.
Apart from the restaurants, Bumbu also offers cooking lessons which teaches students about Bali’s exotic ingredients and the various cooking techniques and methods.
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Cauliflower Pizza, Duck Dumpling, Gado Gado and Bali Nachos are just some of the reasons why patrons keep coming back to Ginger Moon.
This tastefully-appointed restaurant has Aussie chef Dean Keddell at its helm, making sure that his team presents Bali’s regional flavors in the most appetizing and visually-appealing manner possible.
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