Low-key Legian is the picture of relaxation. Just about the only action the beach gets is from the evening fire spinners, whose quick hands pass orange balls of light through the sky. Surfers, body boarders and sunbathers share the calm sands happily. There are plenty of markets, cafes and restaurants to satisfy your cravings for merchandise and meals. If you itch to mingle with locals, you might be able to join in the game of football that happens nightly on Blue Ocean Beach.
Things to do in Legian
4.5 based on 1 reviews
First open in 1989, UN's Restaurant is a classic restaurant to visit when in Kuta. With a menu of European cuisine and selected Indonesian favorites, Un's Restaurant is known to satisfy its customers with great service and delicious meals. Un's Restaurant is here for you to enjoy our famous Entrecôte Café de Paris, meat fondue and Ravioli Carouselle just to name a few. Chill out at our bar and lounge with a frozen margarita. See you at Un's Restaurant for a night to remember.... Open every day from 5 pm 'till midnight. Un's Restaurant is now available to host functions and events for our guests! We have opened up the upstairs venue special for larger groups or that requires for a more private occasion.
Un’s never disappoints. It’s a hidden gem but well worth the search. The staff are super welcoming and attentive. The welcome Margarita and appetiser are a nice touch but the food was delicious. We both had the Entrecôte Steak which was recommended. It was super tender and perfectly cooked. We followed it up with Mango cheesecake and creme brulee. Definitely put this one on the list and consider making a reservation because it fills up.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Pearl is a tropical sanctuary infused with French flair and the ubiquitous Balinese charm, offering chic indoor dining and breezy garden Terrace Seating beneath the starry skies. The 60-seat restaurant serves up refined French classics elevated with Chef Jeremy’s creative touches. Jeremy finished his chef's apprenticeship in the Michelin one-star La Petite France in Maussan, under master chef Thierry Maffre-Boge, flew to Bali and directed the creation of his dream restaurant at the Bali Pearl in 2009. He perfectly blends French traditional concepts of cooking and presentation with tropical produce and sensibilities. Welcome!
We were recommended Pearl by a Bali regular and were not disappointed.
Yes you can get cheaper food in Bali but the experience was worth the cost and overall still cheaper than an equivalent dining experience in Melbourne.
The service was attentive. The garden setting away from the hustle and bustle was relaxing.
The food was excellent. Flavor, balance and seasoning all great. The wine list is biased towards the French offerings for obvious reasons but still had many options again reasonably priced Bali wise.
Will visit again when next venture into this region.
4.5 based on 596 reviews
Location on Legian beach, this restaurant has a great atmosphere nice and open.
We had the portobello mushrooms, rump with bacon red wine sauce and veggies, beef tenderloins with blue cheese with veggies and a red wine sauce, lava cake and strawberry layered cake.
Cocktails are expensive but they do a 2:1 special and all food and drink are inclusive of taxes.
Overall we were happy with our meals and will be back
4.5 based on 668 reviews
My visit to stakz turned out to be a pleasant surprise and the best meal I had my whole time in bali. I ordered the chicken breast it was cooked to perfection, I had to keep checking it was cooked through as it was so soft ! My friend ordered the steak which was amazing , better then the $20 steak we had previously ordered at moo moos. Definitely stop here for a feed and a drink it won’t disappoint
4.5 based on 164 reviews
Explore the newest and highest altitude Japanese-Style Teppanyaki Restaurant in Bali and enjoy the unbeatable views of the legian beach and ocean while being spoiled by the relaxing breeze in a romantic and cozy setting. Here is where fun, enjoyment and fantastic meal come together.
Having just arrived later than expected from our Marathon flight we were keen to simply eat in our hotel rather than go exploring. Unfortunately the main restaurant had a buffet going on and keen to have a smaller meal after all the food from the flights we decided to go for the alternative teppanyaki bar which has a lovely setting on the top floor of the main building with views over the beach and the sea. We were a bit late to appreciate the great sunset view you would get from there but either way we were sat at the chefs bench so we could enjoy the cooking show. The chef had all the tricks you would expect of a good teppanyaki restaurant. This started with a few throwing tricks leading to throwing food to catch in your mouth - at least mouth after it's bounced the first 4 times off your forehead, nose and chin - at the end you look like a toddler trying to eat it's yoghurt with a fork... He then wanted us to throw the pepper mill to him to catch in his hat - mine was so close to going over the top, over the balcony and down to the maybe surprised bar below, that I think even he was worried. The show was enjoyable and with only one other guest to our chef very personalised.
We went a la carte rather than for the set menu as there seemed to be a lot on that. As such the choice is simple and we ended up choosing a one portion subset of the basic set menu and it was still too much for 2 of us to share - I dread to think how big the set menu would be. We ended up having prawns, chicken and steak with a side of balinese vegetables. The star of these was probably the vegetables as they were a very tasty combination of courgette, squashes and carrot although quite a small portion. Each of the other dishes was fine but as seems typical in a teppanyaki bar over cooked, with prawns and chicken being a bit tough and the steak being well done. The staff were keen to please and to make the dinner an enjoyable experience so full marks to them.
At the end of the day this restaurant is typical of it's kind and probably quite sensible in it's thoroughness of it's cooking. It's a hotel restaurant so more expensive than other restaurants but it was a safe bet for our first night.
4.5 based on 146 reviews
Many people know of the legendary Padma breakfasts in The Donbiu. On this trip however we were lucky enough to experience an A la carte candle lit evening meal in the same. We had a balcony table overlooking the amazing Gardens and were treated to some world class food. We were also lucky enough to have Sariani as our personal waitress. If you look through some of the other reviews you will notice that she is an institution at the Padma and it is staff like her that makes people keep returning. Thanks Padma, thanks Donbiu and thanks Sariani.
4.5 based on 173 reviews
Authentic Thai Recipe combine with natural atmosphere in Balinese style Meals presentation and building. The best spot in Kuta area for the peoples who like romantic and natural sound.
We were surprised to find this little gem, in a very quiet little street in legion. We shared the fish cakes and spring rolls to start. Both were delicious and fresh. Second course, we had chicken satays and green chicken curry, which was beautifully presented in a coconut shell, and steamed rice. Yummy. We could not fault any of the food. The staff were all wonderful and the ambience was beautiful. We sat in our own little hut, which was quite unique. We also had 4 drinks and the cost was $30 a head. Very well worth it.
4.5 based on 415 reviews
Nebula Artisans Burgerbar amidst bustling Poppies Lane food scene, Nebula Kuta has been known for its own quirkiness in bringing crowd pleasure dishes. Understanding new ways of providing next level of burger experience, Nebula has transformed its concept to be the modern cafe in the block - bringing a wide range of menu with homemade and local ingredients to please crowd's craving for loads of healthy breakfast, burger, meat and cocktails lovin. Each of our menu is carefully crafted to be anything other than ordinary packed with distinct favours from across the continent, while staying true in creating the perfect restaurant sensation.
We had supper at Nebula and the food was very delicious. We had a great time there. The atmosphere in the restaurant was nice. The waiters were also very kind and welcoming. That has many vegetarian and vegan options. It’s very important for me. The quality of food at a high level. Dishes is very the beautiful. I would 100 % recommend this restaurant!
5 based on 492 reviews
CLOSED FOR RENOVATION - Will reopen on 22nd Feb 2018 - Fat tony's take away serving home made burger and others
We visited on our last night just before flying out! And wow - we tell EVERYONE they HAVE to come here! Amazing, cheap food that is more than value for money and yum! Tony is the absolute man and we owe him big time! We are coming back to Bali just to come visit this place again! And free bottled water too!
4.5 based on 770 reviews
Welcome to Bali!! Kuta's own 'The PaD bar and Grill' has recently come under new management and been re-branded. Daniel and Paul welcome you!
Went for lunch 8 people. Beers r very cold . Had the meat pie & chips which was very good . Kids had hotdogs that were huge & great milkshakes kids were happy . We will definitely b back before we go home
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