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  • Murni's Warung, Campuan_ubud (By Campuan Bridge over the river), 975233. 8 am - 10 pm. In 1974, Murni opened Ubud's first restaurant and since then thousands of people have enjoyed her food and hospitality. It's an institution. Today, Murni's Warung has four open-air levels that terrace down the steep hillside overlooking the river and it is still Ubud's most popular restaurant. Free WiFi.


  • Warung Igelanca ("Iggy's"), Jl. Raya Ubud, tel. (+62/0) 81 5894 3251 (handphone). Cheap and cheerful Indonesian favorites like nasi campur, fried rice and noodles, plus (this being Ubud) a range of herbal drinks, such as Ginger Jive.
  • Dewa Warung, Jl. Gootama, Ubud. Dewa's is one of the best and cheapest places to eat in town; serves all the usual Balinese dishes. The most expensive item on the menu is the Cashew Ginger Chicken for Rp 12,000 - about a Euro. Be sure to say hello to Ibu Dewa.


  • Casa Luna, Jalan Raya Ubud, Bali, (+62/0) 361 973 282. Western and local dishes, sometimes falling somewhere in between.
  • Dragonfly, Jl. Dewi Sita (off Jl. Monkey Forest at football field), tel. (+62/0) 361 972 973. Opened in 2006, this conveniently located restaurant offers fusionesque "West-East" eats, traditional Indonesian fare, and even a few Mexican dishes. It also has free WiFi.
  • Gaia, Jl. Dewi Sita, offers a wide range of vegetarian, Balinese and Indonesian food.
  • Naughty Nuri's Warung and Grill, Jl. Raya Sangiggan, opposite the Neka Art Museum half way up the hill heading north out of Ubud. tel. (+62/0) 361 977 547. A laidback roadside watering hole that is a favorite of local expats. Microbrews, great martinis, and possibly the best large slabs of BBQ ribs in South East Asia! Main courses Rp15,000 - Rp60,000
  • Nomad, Jl. Raya Ubud 35 (Ubud Main Road), tel. (+62/0) 361 977 169. A long-steanding institution that serves up a good selection of Balinese, Indonesian and Western dishes, but deservedly popular is their "tapas" selection, consisting of bite-sized portions of local flavors. 12 tapas with rice costs Rp. 60000 and feeds two. Also they serve wide-range of cocktails and spirits.
  • Tutmak, Jl. Dewi Sita and next to football field, tel. (+62/0) 361 975 754. A favorite with the expat crowd, Tutmak offers an international menu and an extensive selection of coffees.
  • Batan Waru, Jl. Dewi Sita. Amazing Balinese and Indonesian food in a great space with colonial accents. Indoor and outdoor seating. Great coffee and desserts also available.


  • Bebek Bengil, Hanoman Rd. Bebek Bengil (Balinese for Dirty Duck) is an interesting restaurant with paddy field view and nice gardens. They are famous for their crispy fried duck, and some European based menu items. They have interesting selections of cakes as well. Expect to spend 100.000 IDR per head. The fried duck dish is about 50,000 IDR - but for this you get 1/2 a duck with the trimmings, either sauted potatoes and salad or steamed rice and indonesian vegetables.
  • CasCades Restaurant, Jln. Lanyahan, Br Nagi, Tel: (+62/0) 361 972 111. Classical French food made with local ingredients. Dishes include Un Petit Jésus Dans Une Culotte de Velours (pan-fried duck liver on onion, date compote with passionfruit sorbet). Expect to pay about Rp.400,000 per person.