Restaurant Information

  • Family Friendly, Wifi
  • Kids party venue, Parking, Restaurant
  • Umalas, Kerobokan, Bali | Map
  • Barb-e-que ribs, General European, Indonesian
  • 70s and 80s, Live Music
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • Budget, Mid Range

Kerobokan restaurant Ely’s Kitchen

Kerobokan restaurant Elys Kitchen outlook

Kerobokan restaurant Ely’s Kitchen

Kerobokan restaurant Ely’s Kitchen was a lovely large restaurant that closed in 2016. I went there one night to get out of the rain and really liked it. They had problems with the menu.

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I was actually on my way somewhere else in the rain one night and due to roadworks had to make a detour past Ely’s Kitchen and decided to stop there. I had been passed it a few times since it opened early 2014 but hadn’t been in.

Set on a big block of land opposite Warung Taulan on Jalan Mertisari just off Raya Kerobokan, Ely’s Kitchen has lots of parking, lovely gardens to enjoy, and really a great place to be in the rain! See the photos at the bottom of this page.

I ordered a French onion soup while my friend had the cream chicken soup, both of which were really good.

I then had the chicken teriaki pasta (yes, that is correct, teriaki pasta!) which was also really good, though a little on the sweet side.

My friend had the chicken cashew dish, which she liked though again was a bit too sweet.

Drinks were fairly priced, and altogether for 2 soups, 2 mains and a couple of mixed drinks, 300k was a good price.

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The menu at Kerobokan restaurant Ely’s Kitchen is broad, with lots of pasta options around the 50k price point, burgers, sandwiches, a chilli selection, plus lots of the standard Indonesian dishes along with some unusual ones.

Ely’s Kitchen in Kerobokan also have a kids menu, with a ‘Crispy chicken burger a la Spongebob Squarepants’ guaranteed to grab your kid’s imagination.

There is a slide also for the kids to play one, with ideas to have more stuff for kids to do making this a great place for parents to come and eat while the kids are having fun.

On another occasion I was there a kids party was happening, with maybe 20-30 kids who were all easily accommodated in the space while still allowing others to be there and enjoy.

Kerobokan restaurant Ely’s Kitchen was a nice Bali restaurant, and is a restaurant I liked. Lovely vibe and location, comfortable, and the live music was also good.

Ely’s Kitchen is one of the better Kerobokan restaurants.

By Mark O’Brien November 2014

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  • Food Quality (2.5)
  • Food Quantity (3)
  • Ambience (3.5)
  • Environment (4)
  • Service (3)
  • Value (3)



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Lia January 11, 2015 at 7:29 am

I liked this place, maybe my new favourite, food is ok, ambience very nice, environment nice too

Mark O'Brien November 12, 2015 at 11:10 am

I was less than impressed when I returned to eat here two nights ago. The menu has changed, with all of the dishes that were interesting to me are gone, replaced with more 'local' Indonesian food. I had the mie goreng - boring and they used instant noodles. Tacky. Clearly the new menu does not work as there was nobody else there, whereas before there were always 2-3 tables of people. I'd had high hopes for this place but clearly it has gone downhill. It was also relatively expensive - three of us ate, with drinks, for much the same as four of us, at Sobat down the road a couple of days earlier, and the food is sooo much better at Sobat.