Restaurant Information

  • Air conditioned, Non Smoking
  • Restaurant
  • Sanur, Bali | Map
  • Japanese
  • Classical Japanese
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Exclusive, Mid Range, Upmarket

Sanur Japanese restaurant Soya

Sanur Japanese restaurant Soya inside

Sanur Japanese restaurant Soya

Sanur Japanese restaurant Soya spells style and class as soon as you see it on the road. The bright red and black of Japanese lacquer says tradition and modernity in the same breath.

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Soya Bali Japanese restaurant in Sanur is a mix of traditional colours and modern furniture, with a comfy outdoor area for smokers with an indoor air conditioned room lined with traditional Japanese art.

Yes, Soya is a Japanese restaurant that has a really delicious looking menu. Looking through the menu the first thing one notices is your tongue licking your lips in anticipation!

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The menu is mostly pictures and yes they do get you going. The sushi bar looks awesome, with a sushi set at 195k plus, expensive but irrelevant if you want an exquisite Japanese dining experience.

I’d suggest that Sanur Japanese restaurant Soya is 20-30% more expensive than other Sanur Japanese restaurants but this is more a fine dining experience anyway, which has more to do with refinement and a neo-traditional Japanese experience.

One day I will stop by and eat here, as it really does look like it would be a very nice treat.

Soya Japanese restaurant in Sanur is a beautiful and classy Bali Japanese restaurant.

By Mark O’Brien, June 2015

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Paul November 28, 2015 at 1:04 pm

A lovely, stylish Japanese restaurant, Soya has the rich Japanese laquer textures and artwork everywhere. Good food, a bit more expensive than most Sanur restaurants but good value though, as it is really lovely. Good service, well trained staff.