Five Halal Eateries in Bali


Bali has garnered quite a reputation for not being very friendly to our Muslim friends in terms of food, with many perceiving that halal local dishes are few and far between. Well, I’m happy to report that this is way wide off the mark. During my short trip to the island, I actually chanced upon quite a number of joints that put forward top-quality halal food, and here are some of the best in all their glory.

Warung Mak Beng
Having been around since 1941, this legendary shop is known for dishing out the best fish soup and fried fish dishes on the Island of the Gods. Read more

Jl. Hang Tuah No. 45,
Sanur, Bali
T: 0361 282 633
Open daily from 8am-10pm

Nasi Pedas Ibu Andika
If you have a penchant for spicy treats, then Nasi Pedas Ibu Andika is where you should be heading off to for your next meal while in Bali. Read more

Jl. Raya Kuta No. 120C,
Kuta, Bali
Open 24 hours daily

Warung Wardani
Authentic Balinese mixed rice is Warung Wardani’s calling card. Its signature dish comprises Sate Lilit (minced fish satay), beef satay, boiled egg, string beans, Sayur Nangka (stewed jackfruit in coconut milk), spicy chicken slices, and Empal (fried beef). Read more

Jl. Yudistira No. 2
North Denpasar, Bali
Open daily from 8am-4pm

Warung Mina
Specialising in various fish dishes, Warung Mina’s signature fresh and flavourful Pepes Gurame (steamed gourami wrapped in banana leaves) left quite an impression on me. Read more

Jl. Astasura No. 91,
Peguyangan, Denpasar
T: 0361 421 086
Open daily from 9am-10pm

Bebek Bengil
A familiar name even to those who have yet to visit Bali, Bebek Bengil’s much-loved crispy duck and its relaxing atmosphere is a dining experience that you can’t find anywhere else – even from its branches in Jakarta and Tangerang. Read more

Jl. Hanoman, Ubud,
Bali
T: 0361 975 489
Open daily from 10am-10.30pm


A die-hard fan of authentic Indonesian delights who loves the idea of travelling to the cradle of those enticing local treats. Yet, you might often find this young lad busy with his guitar – be it alone in his room or, sometimes, on stage.

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