Located in the northwest of Bali, Pemuteran may not be a well-known tourist destination like Canggu, but it is definitely a hidden gem worth exploring. The area offers various activities such as scuba diving, snorkeling, trekking, visiting pearl farms, and even a winery. Foodies will also find Pemuteran to be a great place to indulge in some local culinary delights. Here are some of the best restaurants in Pemuteran that you must try out:
Casa Kita is the perfect spot to grab a cold beer, oven-baked pizza, and enjoy some live music. The restaurant’s must-try dishes include the La Casa Coco Tuna and the Regina pizza (replace the ham with crispy bacon). Whether you are looking for a casual hangout spot or a quick bite, Casa Kita has you covered.
Eco Taste For healthy and delicious breakfast and lunch options, look no further than Eco Taste. This restaurant offers a variety of vegan choices, and it is the only place in town that is open early in the morning for breakfast. Eco Taste is a great option for health-conscious travelers looking for a nutritious meal.
Joe’s Bar If you are looking for a great outdoor bar with live music and darts, head over to Joe’s Bar. You can also chat with the owner, Jo, and try their signature drink, Arak Attack. If you have a large group or family and want to have a special meal, Joe’s Bar can accommodate your needs.
The Sage is a colorful restaurant that serves up vibrant dishes full of flavor. The chef at The Sage is known for her divine culinary creations, which include vegetarian and vegan options. Their poke-type bowls are a must-try when visiting the restaurant.
For authentic Balinese cuisine, look no further than Warung D’Bucu. This restaurant is a great spot to enjoy a shrimp salad as an appetizer, followed by some Tempeh Bachem. If you are looking for something heartier, try their chicken sates or chicken nasi goreng. Don’t forget to save room for dessert – their chocolate lava cake is divine.
Warung Ijo (outside of town)
If you are up for a short motorcycle ride west of Pemuteran towards the Flight school, Warung Ijo is definitely worth the trip. This small local restaurant serves up Indonesian favorites and is known for its Nasi Campur. Nasi Campur is a local dish where you choose what comes on your plate.
Warung Santai is a small, family-run restaurant that is popular among French travelers with private guides. The owner, Abu Made, loves to cook up freshly made Balinese dishes while her son and husband play guitar for guests in the evening.
Even though it is located on the side of the road, Warung Setia is a must-visit restaurant for the best salads and wraps in town. They also offer a unique Chinese-Indonesian dish called Fung Young Hai, which consists of an omelet with sweet and sour sauce. Trust us, it’s worth a try.
As we said earlier, Pemuteran may not be the most popular tourist hub in Bali, but it is definitely worth a visit for those looking for a unique and off-the-beaten-path experience. With an abundance of activities and a variety of delicious dining options, there is something for everyone. Be sure to add these restaurants to your list of must-visit spots when exploring the area.
For anything other than restaurant recommendations, contact us to organize your next dive trip in the area.