When you're missing the taste of Japanese food in Bali, there are a number of very good restaurants to satisfy your cravings. A Japanese food boom seems to be happening not only in Bali at the moment, but also worldwide.
Many restaurants in Bali have a Japanese chef and Japanese management, or a local chef who has been trained in Japan and can whip up a variety of dishes. When you feel like a break from Indonesian food, why not try one of these fantastic Japanese restaurants.
This well-established Japanese restaurant in Kuta is loved by local residents. Just three minutes' ride by motorbike from Legian Street, it's a popular choice for Japanese, Indonesian and Western visitors alike.
The menu includes sushi and sashimi made with fresh seafood, seafood pots, and also an assortment of sake and shochu. At TAKE you can enjoy authentic Japanese food in the heart Kuta.
|Address||Jl.Patih Jelantik,Pertokoan Sriwijaya,Kuta - Bali|
Kunthi 2 may be a little tucked away down Jl. Benesari in Kuta, but it's well worth the effort. Set sushi and sashimi menus are available for under $10, providing good value for money for genuine Japanese food.
There are actually three Kunthi restaurants in the Seminyak and Kuta areas; great for a bite to eat after doing a spot of shopping or coming back from a surf.
|Address||Jl. Benesari No.27, Kuta - Bali|
This high-end Japanese restaurant is located in the Grand Nikko Bali resort in Nusa Dua. Mouth-watering teppanyaki dishes are cooked right at your table by highly skilled chefs, while classic Japanese favorites like tempura and teriyaki are also available.
For something different, Sunday brunch features fresh sushi rolls and sashimi, healthy cold soba noodles, beef teriyaki and other innovative Japanese fusion creations, followed by delicious sweet treats.
|Address||Jl. Raya Nusa Dua Selatan, PO BOX 18, Nusa Dua - Bali|
The Maya Sayang Bar & Restaurant forms part of this villa complex, located conveniently just off Oberoi Street in Seminyak.
The modern restaurant is dimly lit, creating a stylish atmosphere that is ideal for daytime lunches and meetings. Both counter and table seating is available, where a menu of Japanese fusion and also typical Korean food is served.
|Address||Jl. Mertasari No. 1, Seminyak, Kuta - Bali|
|Web Site||Maya Sayan|
There's always a sense of trust and security when it comes to chain restaurants, and Ryoshi is no different. Pricing is very affordable, with Japanese lunch boxes available for under Rp.50,000.
|Address||Jl. Raya Seminyak No.15 Kuta - Bali|
This is another well-established Japanese restaurant, located in the Pungosekan district of Ubud and surrounded by rice terraces.
Great for families with children and dining on a budget, Kagemusya offers a homely menu with familiar dishes like grilled fish, egg omelettes and miso katsu.
|Address||Jl. Pengosekan, Ubud - Bali|
Tasty apertifs are washed down with a cold beer, while the main menu includes noodles, boiled rice in tea, curry, gratin, and Ebi katsu burgers. The daily Japanese nasi campur for Rp.35,000 is also recommended.
|Address||Jl. Nakula Timur, Nakula Complex No.1B Kuta - Bali|
|Web Site||Warung Nakula|
Expect traditional dishes like Okinawa Soki Soba (noodle soup) and Goya Champuru (bitter gourd). There is also a general menu serving bowls of rice topped with chicken and eggs, and salmon sashimi.
Another attraction is their Japanese fruit liqueurs which come in a variety of tasty flavors like mango and lychee.
|Address||Jl. Patimura No.55, Legian - Bali|
|Web Site||Warung Okinawa|
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