Ubud Organic Vegetarian Restaurants: the Ultimate Guide

If you are a person who loves organic vegetarian and raw food as we do and you are passing by Ubud in Bali (Indonesia), then this post about vegetarian organic restaurants is going to be the perfect Ubud guide for you.

We spent three weeks and three days in Ubud, tried almost all of the organic vegetarian raw dishes in town and we were feeling heavenly and healthy! Well, with all its yoga studios, spas, budget guesthouses, luxury resorts, wellness facilities and the amazing Hanging Gardens Ubud, no wonder Ubud is literally PACKED with restaurants that serve some excellent vegan, vegetarian and raw food. So, how can you not try a bit of everything that you see on the menus?

For those of you who want to stay healthy on the road, we’ve created a list of the best organic vegetarian restaurants and cafes in Ubud. We’ve been to eighteen of them, tried a lot of healthy, delicious meals, drank several liters of juices, coconut water and super boosting smoothies. Nobody paid us for a single meal, all opinions are our own, or, of our foodies’ tongue, to be more precise.

We’ve created a list of raw and vegetarian friendly restaurants and rated them from our most favourite to our least preferred one. Moreover, to give you an idea of how much you would pay at each place, you’ll find the prices for beverage (B), appetizers (A), main meals (MM) and desserts (D) for each restaurant or cafe.

Note: Keep in mind that in some restaurants additional taxes apply. The prices written in the post were actual in May 2013.

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ubud organic vegetarian restaurants

1. CLEAR KAFE

We saw this chic place a few times when passing by with a scooter and it didn’t inspire us a lot. But when we dined there one evening for a dinner, we were awed at the surprise that awaited us!
Do not be shocked by the more posh environment on the ground floor. Just go ahead and find your comfortable chair or a mattress on the first floor. Dim light, great music, a gorgeous staff, and so much beautifully presented and mouth-watering food. That’s right, this is our top choice of vegetarian organic restaurant in Ubud!

Ubud vegetarian organic restaurants. Raw love lasagna.

Location: Jalan Hanoman 8
Food: raw, vegan, vegetarian, fish, meat
We recommend: definitely go for Majestic Mushrooms (stuffed with feta, sun-dried tomatoes, garlic & herbs) love lasagna, electro berry
Price:
B: 5,000 Rp/$ 0.40 (infused water w/mint, lavender or cucumber) – 35,000 Rp/$ 3 (blended fruit drinks)
A: 30,000 Rp/$ 2.50 – 45,000 Rp/$ 3.70
MM: 30,000 Rp/$ 2.50 – 55,000 Rp/$ 4.60
D: 30,000 Rp/$ 2.50 – 45,000 Rp/ $3.70
Kids menu available

UPDATE (23/11/2014): We were very sad to hear that Clear Kafe burnt down a few days ago. We wish all staff and inhabitants of Ubud to stay safe, keep the spirit up and to raise all necessary funds for the reconstruction of the restaurant and the houses around. 

2. DAYU’S WARUNG

Sadly, we discovered this place one day before we left. A cool little hippie restaurant with a nice staff, comfortable cushions and most importantly, great organic food! Dayu’s warung only has a few tables, and serves a range of Balinese, Indian, Mexican and Italian dishes. Prices are quite reasonable, too. Dayu, the owner, has a long history with cooking and was trained by nutrition experts. As she says, “Food is life,” and after eating in her local vegetarian restaurant, you will indeed feel revitalized.

Ubud vegetarian organic restaurants.
Mung beans spinach burger with sweet potato lentil curry.

Location: Jalan Sugriwa 28
Food: vegetarian, vegan, raw, fish, meat
We recommend: Shakti Chai, mung bean spinach burger, quinoa tacos
Price:
B: 6,000 Rp/ $0.50 – 35,000 Rp/ $ 3
A: 10,000 Rp/ $0.83 – 25,000 Rp/ $2
MM: 22,000 Rp/ $1.83 – 45,000 Rp/ $3.70
D: 5,000 Rp/ $0.40 – 30,000 Rp/ $2.50

3. SOMA 

A wonderfully peaceful, open space, with a lovely atmosphere of sharing within a community. You can either chill out on a cushion on the ground floor or sit at a table looking out upon a small, green yard. In case you need WiFi, you can go upstairs.

A bit pricey for Indonesian standards, Soma is worth it once you are in Ubud. Here you find good quality food and high vibes, as they proudly claim on their welcome sign.

Ubud vegetarian organic restaurants.
Live love pasta made of zucchini noodles.

Location: Jl. Gautama( Gootama)
Food: raw, vegan, vegetarian
We recommend: excellent elixirs, smoothies and healthy shots, raw salads
Price:
B: 4,000 Rp (living spring water)/ $0.33 – 42,000 Rp (anti-oxidant blast)/ $3.50
A: around 30,000 Rp/ $2.50
MM: 22,000 Rp/ $1.83 – 47,000 Rp/ $3.90
D: 13,000 Rp/ $1 – 47,000 Rp/ $3.90

4. WARUNG SEMESTA

This environmentally friendly place will charm you with its simple yet cool furniture. You will find various modern, wooden chairs, both massive and small tables, with a view of one of the main roads. Or you can just sit, work online and enjoy your meal and fresh, healthy smoothie or fresh coconut inside. The place is suitable for group meetings and working online. The reliable internet connection, reasonable prices and very friendly staff made us into regulars.

Ubud vegetarian organic restaurants.
Vegetable and tofu yellow curry.

Location: Monkey Forest Road
Food: vegetarian, vegan, fish, meat
We recommend: beetroot, pineapple, lime, celery and honey juice, traditional Balinese dish nasi campur
Price:
B: 4,000 Rp (small water)/ $0.33 – 25,000 Rp (lassie)/ $ 2
A: 11,500 Rp/ $0.96 – 20,500 Rp/ $ 1.70
MM: 20,000 Rp/ $1.70 – 60,000 Rp/ $5
D: 15,000 Rp/ $1.25 – 30,000 Rp/ $2.50

5. KAFE

Despite the fact that this lovely, two-floor restaurant is located in one the busiest streets of Ubud, you’ll find your peace here thanks to comfortable chairs, very friendly staff and, of course, wonderful, healthy food for your tummy! The only single thing that put a minus point for this popular organic restaurant was the slightly frozen raw cake we tried here.

Ubud vegetarian organic restaurants.
Vegetarian pasta primavera.

Location: Jalan Hanoman 44B
Food: raw, vegan, vegetarian, fish, meat
We recommend: kitcheree, vegetarian pasta primavera, pineapple passion juice, jamu.
Price:
B: 1,000 Rp (glass of water)/ $0.08 – 47,000 Rp (very berry smothie)/ $3.90
A: 15,000 Rp/ $1.25 – 65,000 Rp/ $5.40
MM: 25,000 Rp/ $2 – 95,000 Rp/ $8
D: 10,000 Rp/ $0.83 – 37,000 Rp/ $3.1

6. THE SEEDS OF LIFE – Raw food cafe and tonic bar

What looks from the outside to be a commonplace, small restaurant is actually a heaven full of pure tastes of dishes prepared with love. You can enjoy your meal either at your table or on a comfortable cushion, inside or outside. We were happy to eat there while some British music floated through the air.

Ubud vegetarian organic restaurants.
Rainbow salad.

Location: 2 Jalan Gutama (Gootama)
Food: raw
We recommend: banana caramel cream pie, Rainbow salad.
Price:
B: 35,000 Rp/ $3
Breakfast menu: 35,000 Rp/ $3 –70,000 Rp/ $5.85
MM: 45,000 Rp/ $3.70 – 55,000 Rp/ $4.60
D: 18,000 Rp/ $1.50 – 45,000 Rp/ $3.70
Free water

7. BALI BUDA

A lovely restaurant with various organic vegetarian options on the menu. Wooden furniture and lamps hanging above you give you a comfortable feeling, either you sit on a cushion, couch, or at the table on the first floor. A small play corner with toys is available for kids.
We loved the menu, but a couple of times we were not able to order what we wanted and we wished the staff had been more organized.

Ubud vegetarian organic restaurants.
Gourmet burger with tempeh.

Location: Jalan Jembawan, opposite the post office in Ubud.
Food: vegan, vegetarian, raw, fish, meat
We recommend: rice crust pizza (must be eaten hot, otherwise becoming tough), Sunshine lentil stew, green superfood smoothie (the best shake ever!)
Price:
B: 18,000 Rp (natural lemonades)/ $1.50 – 57,000 Rp (Maca Java Gelato milk shake)/ $4.77
A: 19,000 Rp/ $1.60 – 33,000 Rp/ $2.75
MM: 29,000 Rp/ $2.40 – 67,000 Rp/ $5.60
D: 10,000 Rp/ $0.83 – 36,000 Rp/ $3
Kids friendly

8. ALCHEMY

Very bright inside with a cozy, outdoor area to get a big dose of vitamin D. It’s a place where a lot of people from yoga, alternative medicine and different spiritual workshops gather for a good, organic meal or a chat.

Organic vegetarian raw salads in a restaurant of Ubud, Bali.
An organic vegetarian feast in Alchemy.

Location: Jalan Penastanan, Penastanan
Food: raw
We recommend: fermented coconut water, smoothies, raw cakes
Price:
B: smoothies from 29,000 Rp/ $2.40 – 65,000 Rp/ $5.40
A: 20,000 Rp/ $1.70 – 39,000 Rp/ $3.26
MM: 39,000 Rp/ $3.26 – 60,000 Rp/ $5
D: 12,000 Rp/ $1 – 55,000 Rp/ $4.60

9. YOGA BARN GARDEN KAFE

Welcome to the first raw restaurant in Ubud. The garden cafe, which is actually a big, beautiful patio, is literally nestled in a green garden of the Yoga Barn complex. This is the place where people from the yoga scene of Ubud go to dine. You can find raw, organic dishes, but also very tasty, cooked vegetarian meals, including an Ayurvedic menu.

An organic vegetarian raw salad in a restaurant of Ubud, Bali.
Beetroot salad with walnuts.

Location: Jalan Raya Pengosekan
Food: vegan, vegetarian, raw
We recommend: crunchy beetroot & walnuts salad, vegan tofu pesto wrap
Price:
B: 16,000 Rp (tea)/ $1.33 – 42,000 Rp (spirulina banana shake)/ $3.50
A: 27,000 Rp/ $2.25 – 55,000 Rp/ $4.60
MM: 25,000 Rp/$2 – 57,000 Rp/ $4.76 or a buffet for 65,000 Rp/ $5.40 on every second Monday eve for movie night and Sunday lunch time.
D: 10,000 Rp/ $0.83 – 37,000 Rp/ $3

10. ATMAN KAFE

Very pleasant little cafe with nice music and a friendly staff. However, Atman Kafe might be a bit noisy as it’s located just next to the Hanoman road. We tried the watermelon salad, which would have been better with vinegar aside.
As they state on their menu, they use organic where it’s possible, so make sure to ask not to add soy sauce or salt, which is likely from a common manufacturer.

An organic vegetarian raw salad in a restaurant of Ubud, Bali.
Watermelon salad.

Location: Jalan Hanoman 38
Food: raw, vegan, vegetarian
We recommend: raw chocolate
Price:
B: 10,000 (bottled water)/ $0.83 – 41,000 Rp (veggie smoothie)/ $3.40
A: decent breakfast menu (19,000 Rp/ $1.60 – 50,000 Rp/ $4.20), otherwise: 26,000 Rp/ $2.20 – 69,000 Rp/ $5.80)
MM: 35,000 Rp/ $3 – 65,000 Rp/ $5.40
D: 12,000 Rp/ $1 – 54,000 Rp/ $4.50
Kids menu available

11. SARI ORGANIK

Amazing spacious, open-air restaurant with the best view of all the vegetarian organic restaurants in Ubud! You look out upon rice fields while enjoying your healthy meal, smoothie or cake here. To get to Sari Organik is a small adventure: you’ll walk for about 15-20 minutes through rice fields, but it is totally worth it.
Very friendly staff, meals arrive quickly and almost all together, which is not very common in Asian restaurants. The only downside is that the place has no fans so it might be quite hot at lunchtime.

An organic vegetarian raw salad in a restaurant of Ubud, Bali.
Bodag salad with wild rocket, feta and sundried tomatoes.

Location: Abangan Water Way (you might want to check their other branch in Penastanan). For more details visit their website.
Food: vegetarian, vegan, raw, fish, meat
We recommend: raw chowder soup, traditional Balinese nasi campur
Price:
B: 10,000 Rp (soda water)/ $0.83 – 42,000 Rp/ $3.50 (healthy cocktails and lassie)
A: 27,000 Rp/ $2.25 – 50,000 Rp/ $4.20
MM: 33,000- Rp/ $2.75 – 65,000 Rp/ $5.40
D: 23,000 Rp/ $1.90 – 32,000 Rp/ $2.70

12. THE ELEPHANT

Here at The Elephant you will dine with an amazing view of the surrounding fields.
There are a few couches, but otherwise you can sit at the simple, black, wooden table with paper lamps swinging in the wind above you.
The restaurant is a bit far from the center, but worth paying a visit for the delicious and nutritious food they will serve you. The place is more suitable for a lunch than a dinner, so you can enjoy the sunny view.

An organic vegetarian meal in a restaurant of Ubud, Bali.
Handmade gnocchi with sage and almonds.

Location: Hotel Taman Indrakila, Jalan Raya Sanggingan
Food: vegan, vegetarian, raw
We recommend: hand-made potato gnocchi, tofu puffs, ginger kombucha
Price:
B: 10,000 Rp/ $0.83 – 45,000 Rp/ $3.70
A: 30,000 Rp/ $2.50 – 90,000 Rp/ $7.50
MM: 30,000 Rp/ $2.50 – 60,000 Rp/ $5
D: 10,000 Rp/ $0.83 – 45,000 Rp/ $3.70
No additional tax applied
Kids menu available
Swimming in the hotel pool for 30.000 Rp/ $2.50 available!

13. JUICE JA CAFE

Settled in one of the ‘night life’ streets of Ubud. Quite a nice place with tables on the ground and first floors. You can find a small corner with lots of eco and bio goodies. We were quite happy with the food and wheatgrass shots here. However, we couldn’t help but notice that the staff looked a bit tired.

An organic vegetarian quesadilla in a restaurant of Ubud, Bali.
Vegetarian quesadilla.

Location: Jalan Dewi Sita
Food: raw, vegan, vegetarian, fish, meat
We recommend: humus with raw vegetables, wheatgrass shot
Price:
B: 2,000 Rp (glass of water)/ $0.16 – 32,000 Rp mixed fruit juice)/ $2.67
A: 22,000 Rp/ $1.83 – 30,000 Rp/ $2.50
MM: 27,000 Rp/ $2.25 – 50,000 Rp/ $4.20
D: about 25,000 Rp/ $2

14. SOPA

A simple, local vegetarian restaurant and a friendly place to eat. You can create your plate either from the buffet options, or simply order a meal from the menu. We visited this place only once and the food was not exceptional, as it was sweeter and more cooked than we prefer.

An organic vegetarian nasi campur in a restaurant of Ubud, Bali.
Nasi campur.

Location: Jl. Sugriwa 36
Food: vegetarian
We recommend: Bali curry
Price:
B: 10,000 (tea)/ $0.83 – 27,000 Rp(lassi)/ $2.25
A: 7,000 Rp/ $0.58 – 27,000 Rp/ $2.25
MM: 24,000 Rp/ $2 – 37,000 Rp/ $3
D: 12,000 Rp/ $1 – 22,000 Rp/ $1.83
Kids friendly

15. LIVING FOOD LAB

A very pleasant patio with a gorgeous view of a rice field and Mt. Batur. A hub for digital nomads, who, if they’re not bending over their laptops, they relax on fat chairs in a small garden.
The place is located just next to Hubud, a co-working space, and it serves fresh salads, sandwiches, snacks, and absolutely delicious raw cakes. We ate there twice and have to say that salads were a bit over salted and the quinoa was not that fresh. Once you’re there, check out their green smoothie instead!

An organic vegetarian raw salad in a restaurant of Ubud, Bali.
A basket with mixed organic salad.

Location: Monkey Forest Road 88
Food: raw, vegan
We recommend: chocolate raw cake, green smothie
Price:
B: 10,000 Rp (infused coconut water with lime, cinnamon, vanila)/ $0.83 – 50, 000 Rp (bottle of juice)/ $4.20
A: 5,000 Rp/ $0.40 – 35,000 Rp/ $3
MM: 20,000 Rp/ $1.7 – 35,000 Rp/ $3
D: 5,000 Rp/ $0.40 – 35,000 Rp/ $3

16. DOWN TO EARTH

Located on the first floor, above their small eco-shop. In Down to Earth you either sit on a long terrace with a view of a street or you can stay inside, at the table or on a cushion with a small table. Great choice of juices, smoothies, energy boosters and tonics. Your sweet tooth will be satisfied here, too.

An organic vegetarian falafel in a restaurant of Ubud, Bali.
Mediterranean platter.

Location: Jalan Gootama Selatan
Food: raw, vegan, vegetarian
We recommend: ginger beer, energy raw ball
Price:
B: 15,000 Rp (tea)/ $1.25 – 48,000 Rp (Bali boost)/ $4
A: 14,000 Rp/ $1.17 – 29,000 Rp/ $2.40
MM: 40,000 Rp/ $3.30 – 152,000 Rp/ $12.70
D: 14,000 Rp/ $1.17 – 49,000 Rp/ $4.10
Kids friendly

17. TAKSU RESTAURANT

This place was one of the biggest disappointments for us when talking about the organic vegetarian food in Ubud. Unlike Taksu Garden Cafe, which is located in a beautiful garden on a ground floor, Taksu restaurant is a generic space with no artistic taste between its first and second floors. We were also not crazy about the food that we ordered (grilled vegetables were not grilled at all and the wild mushroom ravioli stuck to each other).

An organic vegetarian pasta in a restaurant of Ubud, Bali.
Wild mushrooms ravioli.

Location: Jalan Gautama Selatan
Food: vegetarian, vegan, raw, fish, meat
We recommend: De Light full green wheatgrass smoothie, original superfood smoothie.
Price:
B: 15,000 Rp (tea)/ $1.25 – 40,000 Rp (Baligrass blend)/ $3.30
A: 16,000 Rp/ $1.33 – 35,000 Rp/ $3
MM: 30,000 Rp/ $2.50 – 75,000 Rp/ $6.30
D: 16,000 Rp/ $1.33 – 35,000 Rp/ $3

Other restaurants worth a visit:

VEGGIE TABLE
GEDANG SISI WARUNG
KISMET
WARUNG ABE-DO ORGANIC
MIROS GARDEN RESTAURANT
WARUNG IGELANCA
YELLOW FLOWER CAFE
SECRET GARDEN CAFE
LOKALISTA
COFFEE STUDIO SENIMAN

Getting hungry? Then try to spend some time in this beautiful and relaxing town. There are many options where to stay in Ubud. Personally, we have used HotelsCombined. It’s a great website to find some of the best hotels in Ubud with amazing deals.

We hope this guide will bring you to some inspiring, organic vegetarian restaurants that will fill you up in the healthiest of ways. If we’ve missed any of the best organic- and vegetarian-friendly places in Ubud, please let us know.

Buon appetito!

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52 thoughts on “Ubud Organic Vegetarian Restaurants: the Ultimate Guide”

  1. What a great selection of dishes. It’s hard to believe they’re all from Ubud. I never saw these when I was there the last couple of times. Will look next time. On my list.

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      Hi Christopher!
      They are really worth of visit:) Hope you can taste some great raw dishes next time! Cheers!

    2. Some good research, but for Clear Kafe, for example you do not give the ‘real’ prices. As in most places in Ubud, they are not honest about the actual prices you pay for each item, but give the prices *before* service and tax is added (usually 15% but for Clear Cafe it’s an exorbitant 20%!!). So, it’s important to give the actual prices (unlike the deceptive menus at most places) including the 15% extra for tax and service. However Atman Cafe (which is fantastic, most friendly staff by far in Ubud) does include tax and service in every price on the menu so you are getting an honest idea of what you will actually pay. Great work with the info and please mention whether they are honest in their pricing. Thanks.

      1. Ivana Greslikova

        Hi Tony, thanks for reading and commenting. I’ve included a short note before the listing about taxes that might be added up to the final price so our readers are aware of it.
        Since we visited Ubud more than 2.5 ys ago, I really cannot include the exact prices and info about actual prices. Some of the places might have changed the policy and include the taxes in the final price now, which was not at the time when we ate there.

        Thank you very much for the input and … buon appetito!

  2. KAFE was right by my lodging and my favorite you mentioned. I could have bathed in their summer roll peanut sauce! Happy travels!

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      Glad to hear there is another Kafe lover out there!
      Happy and tasty travels Andrea 🙂

  3. This post and photos made me incredibly hungry, every single dish looks delicious, I can almost taste the different flavors for some of them. I wish we went to Ubud considering how incredibly vegetarian friendly its cuisine is 🙂

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      Yeah, we’ve never splurged on the raw so much as in Ubud! I’m sure you two would love the food there 🙂

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      Thanks Alex! You as a yoga and raw food lover will have a blast in Ubud 🙂

  4. Great post! We’ll be in Bali at the end of the year and will keep this list handy. Great guide to restaurants!
    Frank (bbqboy)

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      Thank you a lot, Frank! I am happy you have found it useful. You’ll see that Ubud is indeed a healthy paradise 🙂
      Looking forward to read about your adventures in Bali!

  5. I love Ubud! But I did not know about these organic vegetarian restaurants. The dishes all look so delicious! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      Hope you can enjoy a meal or two when you are back in Ubud one day 🙂

  6. These places look delicious! I’ve been wanting to go to Ubud either this year or next year and if I do make it, I’ll definitely be keeping these tips in mind! That handmade gnocchi looks FANTASTIC!

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      Thanks, Shikha! Hopefully you can get to Ubud and indulge yourself in some delicious organic meals!

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      Hi Ryan, am really happy you sampled at all the places 😉 Happy travels!

  7. I loved the veggie restaurants in Ubud! So many fresh salads and tasty wraps. I think Ubud and Chiang Mai are 2 of the most vegetarian friendly cities in SE Asia. 🙂

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      That’s right, Ubud together with Chiang Mai are great places to have a break from meaty food 🙂

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      Yes, definitely, David, no vegetarian or vegan can complain there 😉

  8. I think this is the best healthy food guide to Ubud on the internet. Ubud is such a great place for yoga too! We spent a month eating healthy and practicing yoga (mostly at Yoga Barn).

    My favorite dishes in Ubud were the Raw Lasagna at Seeds of Life, Vegetarian Nasi Campur at Warung Sopa, Vegan Strawberry/Chocolate milk shakes at Clear, and the fish lasagna at Dayu’s Warung!

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      Thanks for the compliments, Brandon. We are aware that we missed a few other brilliant local places, but hopefully the guide will help people to get an overview what and where to have a nice meal in Ubud. Vegan milk shake? Yes, please!

  9. it is a vegetarian dish. nice guide. A great reference for those who love the vegetarian dishes. because like in general, Ubud Bali offers more abundant than animal foods vegetarian dishes. And usually this kind of food is more healthful. I myself am not a vegetarian, but this information is good, maybe one day I’ll try the restaurant that you reference. Nice post. thanks

  10. Great article!
    I’ve been going to ubud every week since i moved to Bali. I’ve tried Clear Kafe, Alchemy and Sari Organic. Definitely worth to visit!
    Clear Cafe got burnt down, but they are already open and it’s more spacious than before plus they have better view now (their 2nd floor has the view to the temple near the river)! The new clear cafe is now located right across bridges, on Campuhan street. 🙂

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      Thanks so much for the update, Maria. Yes, we’ve heard the sad news about the Clear Kafe, very glad they got the funds to move and start from new premises. Thank you!

  11. Wow, what a resource for vegetarian travelers (or those who just want to avoid meat sometimes). It’s been six years since I’ve been in Bali (my dad lives there part time), but I’m pinning this for a future visit.

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      Thank you very much, Jenna! I’m really glad you found it helpful. I can only imagine how different was Ubud six years ago. We heard from regular visitors it used to be a very different place even two years ago. Happy travels!

  12. Thank you for that amazing list! I’m leaving for Ubud in a months time and I just can’t wait to try all the food you have listed here. Cheers, Fredrik

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      Thanks, Fred! Have a great and tasty time in Ubud! There’s plenty of new cafes and restaurants, I’m sure you’ll find your fav ones 🙂

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      Lovely, thanks to you too, Anuradha! We’re happy to help, enjoy Ubud and hopefully you’ll find your favourite place with some scrumptious menu 🙂

  13. Wow that’s are amazing! the foods looks delicious. I also had the experience but different location and still in bali. I usually going to kuta area when I traveling to Bali and this is the best place to go called Boardwalk Restaurant in Kuta. They have Indonesian and Western food with Ocean View. The food are fantastic. Trust Me!

  14. Hi Ivanka, I spent 3 days and 2 nights in Ubud during New Year’s holiday. Your list is well put together and I made it as a guidance to look for cafes and restaurants that serve good raw and vegan food. I have to say Bali Buda is one of my fave in Ubud and they have improved their menu and service. Cheers

    1. Ivana Greslikova

      Hi Mona!
      Happy to hear that the guide help out and things at Bali Buda have been improving 🙂 Happy travel and buon appetito!

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