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Awesome Restaurants You Must Visit in Ubud

It is no secret that Ubud is a renowned dining destination offering abundance of choices and flavors. You’ll be spoiled to an amazing array of cuisines. Here, we round up four must visit restaurants in Ubud that reflect Ubud’s various dining scene.

Bacari Bali
Located in Ubud, the cultural capital of Bali, Bacari is a one of a kind Wine & Tapas Bar that serves up to 20 Wines by the Glass through its state of the art Coravin Wine preservation system. Boasting an impressive list of International Wines across blends & varietals, Bacari is the perfect spot for a Wine lovers to gather with their loved ones or visit on their own and enjoy the views of the street as people pass by. The Dinner menu at Bacari is carefully curated to pair well with its Wine List and has taken inspiration from Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and South Asian flavours. The earthy decor with 20th century colonial accents is also home to a fantastic Cocktail List that uses premium spirits to recreate Classics & Modern Classic tipples. The chic 22 seater also doubles as a specialty coffee shop in the day by the name of Tucky. 

Cretya Ubud
For those who wish to have a memorable experience that Ubud has to offer, Cretya Ubud is the perfect place. Located in the heart of Tegallalang inside Alas Harum Bali, about 20 minutes ride from Central Ubud, Cretya Ubud is a day club featuring 3 layered pools and 3 lounges including Yudhistira, Arjuna, and Bima. Sit upon a breathtaking natural wonder above Ubud’s signature rice terrace, Cretya Ubud offers tranquility as you escape and are immersed in the excitement that nature brings. From a lavish breakfast to an exceptional dinner, Cretya Ubud serves international favorites and Mediterranean-inspired dishes. Let’s slow down for a second, enjoy the breathtaking views and indulge your tastebuds, while music beats from the DJ booth.

Powder Room
Powder Room is the latest addition from Chef Will Goldfarb of Room4Dessert. It is a new kind of candy store with the R4D twist providing a fun bite size experience for everyone. Handmade artisanal candies and desserts are made from local ingredients, natural colourings, healthy
alternative sugars, and zero added preservatives. The menu consists of a collection of classic sweets: Botanical Bombolonis (vanilla brulee, passionfruit with jamu, lemon with galangal sugar, and mulberry and house ricotta); Not A .. “bars” (superfood versions of iconic brands inspired by Mars, Bounty, Twix and Snickers); Garden Gummies (healthy bear such as rosella kombucha, lemon +
pomelo, pandan + suji, and orange + turmeric); Loopy Soft Serve (soursop yoghurt soft serve with palm sugar syrup and pieces of their very own R4D 67% toblerone).

RAMU Kitchen
RAMU introduces an Asian fusion dining experience through collective collaborations. The menu at RAMU is helmed and developed by Executive Chef, Joshira Yugopradana who specializes in Mediterranean, Italian and tapas cuisine with French and freestyle techniques. He came up with the fusion food concept for RAMU based on his expertise and previous experience; where Asian and or Indonesian food can have a unique layer of taste when fused with other cuisines This transforms to a farm-to-plate casual dining experience by taking local ingredients from the island’s soil and ocean and bringing it to our kitchen to create mindful dishes. RAMU collaborates with a number of local farmers within the island to ensure that ingredients used are locally-sourced, fresh and of the finest quality. Guests are welcomed to experience layers of taste and flavors, with a selection of wholesome and tasty Asian and European fusion sharing plates. Menus will be rotating and seasonal, as it adapts to the ingredients that are available from the local farmers and partners