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Candi Dasa

Eat and meet

Candi Dasa

Most restaurants and cafes are located along the main road of Candi Dasa. While there are a large number of eateries, many serve identical menus. The best bet is to pop into a place with at least a few other diners inside.

  • Vincent's
    4.5 stars

    Best in town

    Jalan Raya Candi Dasa
    T: (0363) 41 368

    Lighting up a cigar while dressed in a safari suit would complement the look and feel of this place. Named after Vincent van Gogh, Vincent's is different from every other restaurant in town in that is serves quality meals at comparatively high prices. But this isn't a bad thing when considering the ... read more

  • Le48 Restaurant
    4 stars

    A good surprise

    Looks over the pond, Jalan Raya Candi Dasa

    The first impression of Le48 Restaurant is that it must be expensive because of the bright white-walled open pavilions featuring flash furniture set on manicured lawns. First impressions are a little misleading as although the prices here are above average for Candi Dasa, they are nowhere near the ... read more

  • Cafe Wayan
    3.5 stars

    Very friendly

    Jalan Raya Candi Dasa

    Another establishment with a menu that covers all bases. Despite the extensive offering, Cafe Wayan tries to put a bit more focus on its pizzas. Customers will be enthusiastically shown the blackboard upon entering and Australians should prepare themselves for the serious onslaught of a Balinese ... read more

  • Warung Srijati
    3.5 stars

    A standout

    Jalan Raya Candi Dasa

    In a sea of generic restaurants, Warung Srijati stands out as offering something a little different. The menu consists mainly of Balinese and Indonesian favourites, but also adds in a few Western options. The prices here are very reasonable and you will always find at least a few other visitors ... read more

  • Seafront warungs
    3.5 stars

    Sunsets are free

    Waterside, Jalan Raya Candi Dasa

    Clustered at the western end of town on the point overlooking the ocean are a handful of seafront warungs in a carpark area right beside the seaside. These vendors are selling traditional Indonesian fare such as bakso ayam/babi, nasi campur, sate and soto ayam. This collection of warungs, ... read more

  • The Hot Dog Shop
    3.5 stars

    A great burger

    Jalan Raya Candi Dasa

    The Hot Dog Shop is a converted garage out the front of Ari Homestay serving hot dogs and hamburgers for a very reasonable 25,000 rupiah. Ingredients are sourced from around the island. The standard hamburger comes with a homemade patty, fresh beetroot, lettuce, tomato and sauce of your choice. ... read more

  • Candi Bakery
    3.5 stars

    For your bread fix

    Jalan Raya Candi Dasa

    Candi Bakery is a small German-owned bakery which sells bread and a variety of cakes and desserts such as tiramisu and cheesecakes at prices well below what one might expect from such a tidy operation. The majority of cakes and pastries are German in nature, so are listed in German: if you don't ... read more

  • Ayu Restaurant and Bakery
    3 stars

    Comprehensive menu

    Jalan Raya Candi Dasa

    The expansive menu at Ayu Restaurant and Bakery tries to please everyone with options that include Indian, pizza, burgers, pasta, seafood, daily specials and a happy hour from 5:30pm. As with most other restaurants along this stretch of the main road through Candi Dasa, it is located right on the ... read more

  • Janger Bar and Restaurant
    3 stars

    Free WiFi

    Jalan Raya Candi Dasa

    The menu at Janger Bar and Restaurant as with most other restaurants in town features countless items in a wide range of styles including Indian, Balinese and Western. They also serve fish, soups and burgers, but the main reason to visit is to use the free and quite reliable WiFi while you have ... read more



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