A list of Indian restaurants in Bali to enjoy a proper Indian meal
Over time, Bali has become a popular destination among Indians. But, being a beach land, it’s bland seafood is something people who are not willing to experiment wouldn’t like. Are you also wondering what you would eat when you will go to Bali? You need not worry; Bali has many Indian restaurants where you can enjoy authentic spicy Indian food. Check out the list below:
It is probably the most affordable Indian restaurant that you will find in Bali. Atithi means “the guest is god” and the name clearly sums up its warm hospitality. They serve authentic Indian food made by Indian chefs. Their specialty is North Indian dishes like Chicken biryani and dal makhani. Also, enjoy their masala chai.
Where- Legian, Bali
• Queen’s Tandoor
This is a chain of Indian restaurants that are largely popular around the island for its Indian food cooked by native Indian chefs. They serve exquisite vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. This place serves the best tandoori chicken, mutton vindaloo, fish tikka, and dosa. They also do culinary journeys with excursions around the island along with Indian cuisine.
Where- Seminyak, Ubud, Kuta and Nusa Dua, Bali
• La Rouge Bali
If you can’t decide what you want to eat between Indian, International and Balinese food, then La Rouge is your spot. Except for the great Indian food they also serve Indonesian cuisine. The tastes of food will quench your regional taste buds. The ambiance and staff services are also great.
Where- Candidasa, Karangasem, Bali
• Gateway of India
It is located in different locations within Bali. Which means no matter where you are hopping on the island you can easily reach out this place to eat. Its menu focuses on North Indian and South Indian food with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. Their curries and samosas will give you a homely feel.
Where- Seminyak, Kuta, and Sanur
• Warung Little India
This restaurant serves home-style Indian cooked food. It is a tiny place decorated with colorful chair tables and Tibetan praying flags. Try their thali, a combination of different dishes like curry, bread, and pickled vegetables etc.