Restaurant Information

  • Family Friendly, Wifi
  • Cafe, Restaurant, Stunning aspect
  • Bali North, Amed | Map
  • Indonesian, Japanese, Pasta
  • Mellow, Ambient
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • Budget, Mid Range

Amed Japanese restaurant Aquaterrace

Amed Japanese restaurant Aquaterrace view

Amed Japanese restaurant Aquaterrace

Amed Japanese restaurant Aquaterrace is a lovely little Asian restaurant attached to the Aquaterrace B&B on the eat end of Amed perched on a cliff.

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I dropped in to Aquaterrace for lunch one day and found it to be very sweet with good food.

I had the fish teriyaki with potato salad while my friend had a simpler mie goreng. The portions are not large but then again neither is the price tag. Somehow I omitted to photograph the food – I guess I was taken by the view.

The menu here at Aquaterrace is quite broad with a good selection of Japanese dishes including tempura, teriyaki, nori rolls plus some seared pork, seafood and beef dishes.

Amed Japanese restaurant Aquaterrace also has some Western dishes like pasta, soups and salads including ‘fish’ carpaccio, along with some basic Balinese/Indonesian dishes and curries.

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As far as I could tell Amed Japanese restaurant Aquaterrace is the only restaurant with a Japanese menu in Amed so it is worth a visit. With most dishes around the 50-60k mark it is also a cheap place to eat in a more upmarket style.

The table settings are intimate and perched on the cliff, the view is wonderful as well as being protected by some rocks and plants from the occasional wind and rain.

Amed Japanese restaurant Aquaterrace seems to be a family run business, and while the restaurant mostly caters to their guests, (prices around the 7-900k for a night) drop ins like us were welcome.

Amed Japanese restaurant Aquaterrace serves good food at a good price and is in the top 25% of Amed restaurants.

By Mark O’Brien, March 2015

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Mark O'Brien March 31, 2015 at 1:53 pm

I had a lovely lunch there one day, beautiful and serene with the view and the breeze. Good food though a little on the small side