Discover the best restaurant in Sayan, Indonesia including Gaya Gelato, Dining Corner Restaurant, Swept Away at The Samaya Ubud, Tukies Cafe, Frozen Yogi, Kubu at Mandapa, BLANCO par Mandif, Moksa Plant-based Cuisine & Permaculture Garden, Daily Baguette, Monkey Cave Espresso Ubud
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4.5 based on 283 reviews
Our Mission starts from the heart. Our values. Far beyond passion. Gaya Gelato is a project that is born of the land to establish a direct, indissoluble bond with nature. Exploring seasonal rhythms, respecting their productive dimension, discovering life cycles and natural times, making the most of the land and of its every fruit: these are the values that underpin a new concept of gelato. Quality and continuous evolution Seasonal fruits and carefully chosen ingredients are vital components of a gelato that awakens recollections of genuine, authentic tastes and fragrances. Gaya Gelato establishes new nutrional coordinates. Our values are driven by deeply rooted respect for the environment and by the absolute awareness that keen focus on the conservative dynamics of the world will lead to a better product. Absolutely eco-sustainable and excellent quality. The tradition of Italian artisan gelato lies in this. Enclosed in productive know-how based on love of the land, which it praises, it is also capable of adjusting to changing times.
Same as any other fine gelato place across the world...but in Ubud, Bali! They also sell some biscuits and the like. Very clean, chic looking place, with outdoor eating. Was busy at 930pm!
5 based on 277 reviews
Dining Corner Restaurant is a stylish restaurant elevated over a valley that blends seamlessly into the encompassing woodland. Open for all day dining, it serves an exquisite menu of classic Thai cuisine and contemporary western fare using the freshest possible ingredients. The food and ambiance of this uplifting venue truly pays homage to all of senses. Every dish is a flavorsome journey that brings culinary perfection to the rural outskirts of Ubud. Rich Thai curries infuse with traditional spices are extremely popular along with local Balinese specialties to satisfy the appetite. Table settings are positioned on an open - air deck to capture the gentle of the surrounding landscape. Flickering candles are lit as night descends to cast a warm glow over a small pool, with a Seating capacity for up to 32 guest, Dining corner is not suitable for children under 12 years old but more for intimate meals as well as small social gatherings.
Expectations were quite high after Reading the reviews, however we were disappointed.
As always I try to give objective input.
I must admit that we went there on a rainy evening so that may have influences the experience negatively, however here are the facts.
From the reception you have to walk 5-10 minutes down a long and very dark path. We were offered an umbrella (but hat one leaked so we were soaking wet when we arrived at the restaurant). The path itself was more like a river so our leather shoes were ruined when we arrived at the restaurant. We also crossed a rat on the way down. So.... this was not what I would call a good start.
We were seated in a room that lacked any nice decoration. I suppose when you can sit on the Terrace it is much nicer of cours but unfortunately could not experience this. The staff had to walk through the rain with our dishes.
It took them a very long time to prepare and bring the cocktails.
They were very attentive and brought us a towel.
The food was average, not better than what you would eat in any ordinary Thai restaurant. Portions were rather small.
Prices: 150 000 for a Cosmopolitan, 200 000 for a glass of wine. A bottle of water 90 000 Pad Thai 145 000 just to give some examples.
I have been in some neighbouring restaurants like 'swept away' that were much better.
All in all I would not go back and don't recommend this restaurant.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Swept Away Restaurant offers Special Romantic Hundred Candle Light Dinner where the guests can enjoy a truly unique dining experience with the sound of natures by the Ayung River. Executive Chef, I Nyoman Wiratma has emulated his successful style with more than 10-year experience in fine dining, serving an array of modern and eclectic dishes with maintaining a strong focus on local produce and authentic flavors will pamper you.
Me and my husband went to this restaurant yesterday for dinner after a long day and I can only say we were amazed. Location, food, staff... basically everything’s worked perfectly . There is absolutely nothing to complain about. Definitely worth to come here. So far the best restaurant we ever visited
4.5 based on 342 reviews
Stay in ubud for 2D/1N
And i went here 3times
Coconut ice cream was so addictive
The one with fruit granola and ice cream was best choice!
Coconut was cold too
Must try when u visit ubud in hot sunny day
Cheap price for the taste
And provide free wifi too
4.5 based on 454 reviews
Happy meets healthy in Bali! Frozen Yogi is the first frozen yogurt store in Bali to offer pay by weight. Six flavors always on tap and 40+ toppings to go with it! The frozen yogurt is non-fat, organic, and full of healthy probiotics :) You deserve to eat dessert first!
6 types of yoghurt and large amount of toppings. Really yummy and affordable, much much cheaper than yogurt republic. Also offer a eatable wafer pot so you don’t waste cardboard. Staff is super, really polite and friendly. Please go and try it :)
5 based on 609 reviews
A tropical breeze and the soothing sound of water set the mood at our signature bamboo restaurant. Kubu also offers an intimate space with having 9 private cocoons overlooking the Ayung river for you to enjoy fine Mediterranean-European cuisine in the option of A-la-carte or degustation menus. Further, an extensive list of European wines is accompanied for selection as well.
We dined at Kubu twice whilst staying at Mandapa, in a cocoon for 4, and both times were wonderful. Kubu has a gorgeous setting, blended with delicious food and super service. The cocoon's were intimate and private. We had the degustation menu which was superb. I don't eat seafood and so they switched some dishes for me with no problems. The Parmasan Risotto was really delicious in particular, as was the beef. A great place for a special dinner.
5 based on 526 reviews
Nestled within the Blanco Renaissance Museum complex, BLANCO par Mandif presents a different approach to Indonesian Heritage Cuisine. We offer Degustation Menu only, ranging from Courses 7 - 9 Courses. Reflecting Indonesian archipelago, our menu leans more towards seafood, with few meat options.Vegetarian and Special Dietary restriction available upon prior request (1 x 24 hours). Lunch available everyday at 12.00-14.00. Dinner, at 18.00-21.00 with smart-casual dress code (no singlet, flip flop and beach wears) attire applies. As our Seating capacity is limited, reservation is essential. For party of 5 and above, please contact us directly for more details. We also would like to inform you that restaurant admittance is limited to children from the age of 10 years and above.
Situated within a historical and artistic place of Antonio Blanco's museum, this restaurant is absolutely state of the art. The entrance is majestic, feels like welcoming to immerse ourself in romantic contemporary architecture that reflects on every structural detail. A mixologist comes by with her trolley full of exotic spirits and homemade ingredients to linger our palate before the Amuse Bouche tickles our appetite. The meals are epic, oh my lord, we couldn't forget how smoky the octopus, delightful tiger prawn, 21 days aged slow roasted Peking duck, they are superb!! The chef is so brilliant to fuse Indonesian ingredients and tailor them to dance, sparkle, oh my wife and me couldn't stop associating those experience to our imagination. Accompanied with a glass of riesling what a beautiful night to remember! Highly recommended place to celebrate wedd anniversary or for connoisseur to savor and appreciate gastronomy!!
5 based on 738 reviews
Moksa plant-based and on-site permaculture garden is the newest casual dinning restaurant in Ubud.
This was the first vegan restaurant I've ever eaten at, even though I'm primarily vegetarian.
The food was really amazing. And here, vegan does not mean mock meats either in flavour or looks.
The portions are quite large and you'll be well advised to order more later, should the need arise.
The staff are very friendly and helpful.
And the setting of this place is unique in location as it is in design. Very beautiful. Typically Balinese.
4.5 based on 180 reviews
Friendly atmosphere to discover French bites ! Baguettes, different kinds of breads, croissants, yummy pastries, deli, really good coffee, Sandwich and salad, take away or enjoy on the Terrace ! Ideally situated, in the main street of Ubud, not so far from the market, really easy to grab a Sandwich and keep exploring the city. Beautiful Terrace, overlooking the Puri Lukisan, museum of Balinese arts.
Fortunately, we found this french bakery for a breakfast after a long travel in Bali. Then, we came every mornings! We found in love with this place (large balcony upstairs) and especially with the quality of pastries.
The owners (both french) are often there and explain us that they have butter and natural flour directly imported from France !!! That should explain why everything is soooo tastyyy !
My favorite : coffee, LEMON PIE and pastries !!!!
Do not hesitate, really... !
5 based on 105 reviews
A simple coffeeshop to enjoying heartwarming coffee and tons of chat. An open spot surrounded by garden under the tree, injected with a high speed internet to stay connected :)
We visited monkey cave this morning and would have to say it’s the best coffee in Ubud. This funky little coffee nook offers Australian standard coffee and had the coolest little balcony to overlook Ubud street. Great service Aswell! Thanks monkeycave xx
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