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Top Choice Balinese in Amed & the Far East Coast

Warung Enak

Black rice pudding and other less-common local treats are the specialties of this dead-simple and supertasty little eatery. It also does a fresh catch of the day and homemade ice cream.
Balinese in Amed & the Far East Coast

Smiling Buddha Restaurant

The restaurant at Meditasi, the highly recommended guesthouse, has excellent organic fare, much of it sourced from its own garden. The Balinese and Western dishes are excellent and original and there are good views …
Indonesian in Amed & the Far East Coast

Cafe Garam

There's a relaxed feel here, with pool tables and Balinese food plus the lyrical and haunting melodies of live genjek (traditional Balinese with percussion instruments) music at 8pm on Wednesday and Saturday. Garam …
Bar in Amed & the Far East Coast

Wawa-Wewe I

You won't know your wawas from your wewes if you spend the evening here trying the local arak (distilled palm wine) made from palm fronds. This is the coast's most raucous bar – which by local standards means that s…
Cafe in Amed & the Far East Coast

Green Leaf Cafe

After you've chilled out, chill out some more. This excellent cafe has a good vegetarian menu, with many specials. There's a wide range of coffees, teas and juices. Sit at a table inside or on loungers outside. This…
Cafe in Amed & the Far East Coast

Hoky Home Cafe

The cafe at the Hoky Home Stay has fresh and creative local foods, especially seafood.
Viewpoint in Amed & the Far East Coast

Lookout

To appreciate the narrow band of the coast, stop at the lookout and cafe on the hillside at Jemeluk. Polychromatic fishing boats stretch off into the distance.