8 Restaurants that Serve Tasty Halal Food in Bali

As a halal food enthusiast, having a vacation to Bali is like a double-edged sword. On the one hand, the natural charm of the Island of the Gods and its tourist attractions are among the foremost in the country. But on the other hand, as an island with a majority non-Muslim population, the availability of dining options that provide halal food in Bali is very limited.

Well, if you want to play it safe, you can eat at Padang Restaurants or fast-food restaurants. But wouldn’t it be more worthy if you can actually find the hidden gems of halal food in Bali?

Therefore, in this article, we recommend alternative halal dining options in Bali that you can try. Check them out, one might be near your staying area!

1. Warung Nasi Tekor, Denpasar

Warung Nasi Tekor Bali
Warung Nasi Tekor Bali

If you come to Kertalangu, it’s incomplete without tasting the legendary Balinese food. If you are usually more familiar with mixed rice or betutu chicken, here you can enjoy Tekor rice.

Nasi Tekor is served using pincuk woven bamboo covered with a banana leaf. One portion consists of rice, satay, beberuk, and chicken, perfect for halal food enthusiasts! Don’t forget to drink the glass served in old tins and a bowl of warm soup in a coconut shell bowl.

The restaurant’s decor is made to feel like a village in the past. Every visitor seems to be invited to reminisce on the atmosphere of Bali in the past. Because it is so unique, don’t be surprised if this place is often used as a shooting location or photos.

Regarding the price, calm down, guaranteed it won’t make your wallet empty!

Location: Kertalangu Cultural Village Area, By Pass Ngurah Rai Tohpati St. No.28, Kesiman Kertalangu, Denpasar

Open: Daily, 8 AM – 4.30 PM

Phone: 0821-4422-5501

2. Warung Bunana, Sunset Road

warung bunana halal food bali

Want to try something other than Balinese culinary delights? Try the occasional Indian-Malaysian culinary delicacy in Bali – halal food guaranteed!

Here, you can order various Roti Canai. Besides that, there is also an Indian Martabak that is eaten with curry spices, once it goes into the mouth it immediately melts. For drinks, you must order the Cinnamon Tarik Tea which is second to none.

While eating, you can see how busy the staff is in preparing the ordered menu. But what’s most interesting here is the process of making the Tarik tea. When a staff member moves tea from one teapot to another in a tug-of-war motion, it provides special entertainment for the visitors.

Location: Sunset Road St. No.28, Kerobokan Kelod, North Kuta

Open: Daily, 10 AM – 10 PM

Phone: 0853-3843-1755

3. Pipiti Pipiti, Kerobokan

Pipiti Pipiti
Pipiti Pipiti

Sitting relaxed in the afternoon while enjoying a Balinese menu would be nice. The menu options offered here are quite simple so that it won’t confuse visitors.

Uniquely, if you eat here or you order to take it home, all the food will be packaged using a pipiti or woven bamboo basket. It’s really beautiful to be used as souvenirs or just to be photographed before it’s all eaten up.

For food, you can choose chicken, shrimp, duck, squid, dori fish, or beef to accompany the warm rice. To make it taste better, you can also choose additional seasonings. Starting from the sambal matah, teriyaki, salted egg, or mayonnaise. There are also fried rice, french fries, and banana rolls here which are interesting to try too. This place is definitely perfect for halal-food hunters in Bali!

Fun fact, the owner of this restaurant is the winner of Miss International 2017 from Indonesia, Kevin Liliana.

Location: Serangan St., Kerobokan Kelod, North Kuta

Open: Daily, 10 AM – 10 PM

Phone: 0878-5991-8951

4. Gula Bali The Joglo, Denpasar

Waroeng Gula Bali - halal food
Waroeng Gula Bali

The classic impression has been seen since entering this dining area. With a predominantly wooden decoration, making Gula Bali The Joglo a warm place to unwind while filling your stomach.

Its location which is not on the main road also makes the atmosphere in the restaurant feel calmer. Suitable for those of you who are looking for peace.

Regarding food, there are many choices. Starting from Tipat Betutu Chicken Soup to Tipat Cantok. Besides that, there is also various rujak which are really fresh. The favorites of visitors, of course, are the Serut Rujak and the Rujak Jeruk Bali.

After eating, don’t go home You can spend time with photographs. There are indeed many photo spots here that are a pity to miss, so don’t be surprised if there are many visitors taking pictures.

Location: Merdeka II St. No.16, Sumerta Kelod, Denpasar

Open: Daily, 9 AM – 7 PM

Phone: 0821-4557-0188

5. Goerih Restaurant – The Keranjang Bali, Kuta

Goerih Restaurant
Goerih Restaurant

The location is right on the 1st floor of the most complete souvenir center on the Island of the Gods, The Basket Bali which has an iconic building shape resembling a giant wicker basket that feels impossible to pass. So, after you are satisfied buying souvenirs, you can immediately fill your stomach at Goerih Restaurant.

The atmosphere of this restaurant is comfortable and spacious so you can freely enjoy every meal ordered. The location is also just right so you can stop off easily after you finish the payment at The Basket’s cashier.

The dishes offered at Goerih Restaurant are indeed dominated by typical Indonesian culinary delights. About the taste, there is no need to doubt, because everything is processed using original Indonesian concoctions. You can order various vegetables or Green Sambal Rice for spicy lovers.

Goerih Restaurant - The Keranjang Bali
Goerih Restaurant

But if you have more budget and want to try a steadier menu, you can choose the Nasi Metunu menu or grilled rice. Uniquely, one menu that is served in a clay pot coated with banana leaves, inside is a portion of rice that has been given spices. That said, this was one of Gajahmada’s favourite food menus during the Majapahit Kingdom era, you know.

Plus, here you can eat chicken betutu flavored sausages that are up to 1 meter long! Enjoying it with friends or family is definitely exciting.

After tasting various dishes, it’s incomplete if you haven’t enjoyed dessert as a dessert. Don’t worry, here the dessert choices are also varied. Starting from the fresh Rujak Buah Kampung Langit, Sweet Coconut Grilled Tape, to Ice Dawet you can enjoy before you go home. From starters to desserts, this restaurant ready to welcome halal food enthusiasts in Bali!

Location: The Keranjang Bali, Raya Kuta St. No.70-72, Kuta

Open: Daily, 9 AM – 10 PM

Phone: 0811-2401-372

6. Pink Tempong, Denpasar

Pink Tempong bali halal food

From the outside, this place looks cute. As the name implies, almost every corner of the room is decorated in pink, from walls to cutlery. But in fact, the food served is not that sweet. Just wait until you try the tempong sauce!

Here, you can order carp rice tempong fish, fried chicken tempong rice, or grilled chicken tempong rice. You can also choose additional menus such as tofu and fried tempeh or tofu and tempeh penyet. Don’t forget to try the sauce, it’s guaranteed to explode in your mouth once!

To relieve the burning spicy taste in your mouth, you can extinguish it with a variety of fresh drinks ranging from orange ice to aloe vera ice.

This is not the original culinary of the Island of the Gods, but rice tempong is also a halal food and favorite menu for Bali tourists to try!

Location: Teuku Umar St. No.168, Dauh Puri Kauh, West Denpasar

Open: Daily, 10 AM – 9 PM

Phone: 0817-4700-003

7. Warung Muslim Moro Seneng Ibu Tien, Kuta

Warung Muslim Moro Seneng Ibu Tien - halal food bali

There is nothing more special than a mother’s cooking. So, if you suddenly feel homesick, it’s time for you to enjoy a variety of simple and delicious dishes from Warung Muslim Moro Seneng Ibu Tien. From the name (Ibu means mother), you no longer need to doubt the halalness of the food served.

This place is quite big, it has lots of seats, so you don’t have to worry about not getting a seat when you want to eat. Various foods are served behind a glass window. There are also many choices! Like a touchscreen screen, all you have to do is determine the food you want to eat and point it from the glass. The waiters will quickly arrange the white rice with various side dishes of your choice on the plate.

When you eat here, don’t hesitate to choose the menu. All dishes are halal, fresh, delicious, and of course friendly on the wallet. Guaranteed to eat until you are full will not make your wallet empty.

Location: Raya Kuta St. No.67, Kuta, 

Open: Daily, 7 AM – 9 PM

Phone: 0819-3842-0888

8. Thai-Indo Kitchen, Kuta

Thai indo kitchen

Tired of local or western halal food choices in Bali? There is also a Thai Indo Kitchen that will spoil your tongue. Isn’t it exciting that in one vacation moment you can immediately experience culinary tourism in two countries at once?

For Thai food connoisseurs, this is the paradise you are looking for while on vacation in Bali. Just mention the Thai menu that you want to eat and the chefs of this restaurant will serve it for you. So many types of food can be ordered from this mixed Indonesian and Thai kitchen. From Tom Yum, Papaya Salad, Pandan Chicken, to popular Thai desserts such as Mango Sticky Rice, they are all there. No doubt about taste, of course, it’s delicious!

This place to eat is not that big, so you shouldn’t come right at mealtime. When you arrive, take the time to capture the moment in front of the wall with a picture of two elephants with a red and white flag in the middle!

Location: Pujasera Nakula Stand No.16, Nakula St. No.77B, Kuta

Open: Daily, 12 PM – 11 PM

Phone: 0821-4407-4849


Those are all the 8 best choices for you to eat halal food in Bali. All of the restaurants served you with their unique menu like no other too. No need for Muslims to be worried about where they could eat in Bali anymore! See you in Bali, Flokqers!

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