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10 good Seminyak and Kerobokan restaurants
The Seminyak Kerobokan area is the epi-center in Bali for top restaurants. Whether you prefer classic French, Italian, seafood, Asian or a romantic beachside dinner you can find a quality restaurant in Seminyak or Kerobokan that will cater to your needs.

The only problem is that it can be hard to choose. To help you out a little we have listed 10 of the very best restaurants around Seminyak and Kerobokan. Bon appetit.

Note, the prices listed below are without government and service charge, which usually adds 15-20% to the bill.

Sarong

This combined restaurant and cocktail lounge takes traditional Asian street food to a new level. Get there early and let the barman shake you up a Grape Escape or a Lychee Banshee before you settle at your table.

Starters:  65 – 110.000 Rp        Mains: 100 – 165.000 Rp

Adress: Jl. Petitenget No, 19, Kerobokan. Web: Sarong

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Metis

MetisMetis is classic French dinning in a beautiful setting with white cloth covered tables. For the fois gras lovers Metis have entire menu dedicated to the duck liver. For an intimate dining experience the restaurants bale or private wine cellar can be reserved.

Starters:            Mains:

Jl. Petitenget 6, Kerobokan Kelod. Web: Metis

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Sip

Founded by French sommelier Christian Vannequé,this is the place for wine lovers. Sip is a wine bar and revolves around wine, but the kitchen also cooks up good classic French dishes to enjoy while sipping one of Sips many top wines.

Starters:  85 – 265.000 Rp        Mains:  85 – 425.000 Rp

Jl. Raya Seminyak No.16A, Kuta. Web: Sip

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Mamasan

Mamasan RestaurantMamasan is a sister restaurant to Sarong, but a little cheaper and a little less formal. Like its sister restaurant refines from all over South East Asia. On the menu you’ll find dishes ranging from rich curries to delicate dim sums. Mamasan is also open - and very popular - for lunch.

Starters:  50 – 80.000 Rp          Mains:  80 – 155.000 Rp

Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 135, Br. Taman. Web: Mamasan

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Biku

A tea lounge, restaurant, antiques and book store. Prices a Biku are lot lower than most of the places on this list.  Don’t expect fine dining, similar menus - salads, curries and Indonesian classics - can be found elsewhere in Bali, but rarely as well as at Biku.

Starters: 25 – 35.000 Rp           Mains:  40 – 95.000 Rp

Jl. Raya Petitenget No. 888 Petitenget. Web: Biku

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Teatro Gastroteque

Teatro GastrotequeTeatro gastroteque is a relative new addition to Seminyak’s dining scene. The restaurant offers innovative three-, five-, and seven course set menus as well as some a la carte options. Even if you go a la carte, there is a good chance the chef’s and the friendly staff will treat you with some tasty appetizers along the way.

3-course set menu: 675.000 Rp        7-course set menu:  1.150.000 Rp

Kayu Aya blok C no. 1-2, Seminyak. Web: Teatro Gastroteque

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La Lucciola

A bit of an institution in Seminyak and as the name indicates Italian food is on the menu here. The location right on the beach is a part of the La Lucciola experience.  Brunch is popular here too.

Starters: 85 – 115.000 Rp         Mains:  170 – 270.000 Rp

Jl. Kayu Aya, Seminyak. Web: No website

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Jemme Dining

Cafe JemmeJemme Dining is probably the most shiny restaurants around Seminyak. Crystal chandeliers and plenty of bling make it stand out and so does the food. Among the offerings you’ll find onion cappuccino, pork belly with chili caramel and apple and macadamia spring rolls.

Starters: 35 – 95.000 Rp         Mains:  85 – 275.000 Rp

Jalan Raya Petitenget 28, Kerobokan. Web: Jemme Dining

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Sardine

A large bamboo structure surrounded by lily ponds and rice fields make up Sardine. Sardine serves dishes that are a fusion of Asian and Western food with an emphasis on seafood. The restaurants vegetables comes from Sardines own organic gardens in Bedugul.

Starters: 60 – 125.000 Rp         Mains:  125 – 285.000 Rp

Jl. Petitenget 21, Kerobokan. Web: Sardine

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Cocoon

CocoonBy the lit pool, Cocoon restaurant and beach club serves tapas and Mediterranean inspired dishes, while lounge music fills the air. The vibe is elegant and laidback and you can choose to snack tapas by the pool side or traditional dining in the restaurant.

Starters: 85.000 – 275.000 Rp      Mains: 180 – 300.000 Rp

Jl. Double six, 66 Blue Ocean Boulevard, Seminyak. Web: Cocoon

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