Japanese restaurants in Bali
Japanese restaurants in Bali
There are many Japanese restaurants in Bali catering to all budgets and styles, many run by the large Japanese expat community in Bali as well as others with the passion for Japanese food and culture.
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Soya in Sanur is a melange of tradition and modernity, and its striking colour scheme is matched by its food.
Classy and upmarket, with an indoor, non-smoking and air-conditioned area as well as an outdoor area.
Compared to its sister restaurant in Seminyak, Ryoshi in Sanur is a bit, how to say, undressed! Fairly basic design but featuring the same quality food.
Minami in Sanur is a small Japanese restaurant/cafe 20 metres from Sindhu beach in Sanur. A lovely, casual little place, nice breeze in the afternoon.
Sanur Japanese restaurant Sumo is an odd place, not very interesting – prices are the same as other Japanese restaurants in Sanur but the ambience, flair is lacking.
Yakinikuya Sakai is a Japanese barbeque restaurant just behind the MacDonalds on the corner of Jl Sunset and Jl Nakula. Not my favourite kind of place, where you get to barbeque your food on your table, but others seem to like it.
Seyu in Lovina is a small family Japanese restaurant not far from the beach in Lovina. Good food, lovely, quiet, elegant, a touch of zen.
Dayana offers a lovely Japanese dining experience in Bali in the Petitenget area. Good food at a fair price that can be eaten outside around the pool or inside in non-smoking and ai-conditioned comfort.
While not strictly a Japanese restaurant as they do Japanese Mexican fusion sushi, Bali Susheria is very popular and serves excellent fusion sushi in Bali. Very tasty, a good idea, and Susheria is usually busy.
Tahari Sushi in Umalas didn’t impress me much on the night I visited, but they do have an interesting menu and also have an indoor air conditioned and non smoking area as well as outdoor tables.
Kunti III is a small, family Japanese restaurant just near Bali Buda in Umalas that serves quality Japanese food. I often go there for some salmon and miso soup. They have good dinner deals here from around 100k.
There is a Kunti II in Kuta, and most likely a Kunti I somewhere else I do not know about!
By Mark O’Brien, May 2015
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