Best restaurants in Seminyak

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    Sea Circus

    Adorned in cartoonish, pastel circus murals, this fabulous spot offers up fresh and delicious dishes inspired by cuisines in Asia, Australia and the Americas. Brunch is hugely popular and includes favourites like acai bowls, chilli scrambled eggs and the 'hangover happy meal'; the cocktails, taco bar and dinner selections, including a summer tuna poke bowl, are also exquisite.

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    Shelter Cafe

    This second-storey, back-alley cafe brims daily with the beautiful people of Seminyak, their coffee strong and their acai bowls piled high (prepared by Nalu Bowls, the acai bar downstairs). With an extensive menu of healthy fare, it's a top brunch spot in Seminyak. It's also something of a cultural hub, hosting things like pop-up fashion stores and parties on weekends.

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    Motel Mexicola

    Not your average taqueria, Motel Mexicola is an extravaganza that channels a tropical version of a nightclub. The huge space is decked out in kitschy neon and palm trees. Food is secondary to drinks: soft corn tortilla tacos filled with tempura prawn or shredded pork, along with meaty mains. Cocktails, served in copper kettles, are a treat on a balmy evening.

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    Sisterfields

    Trendy Sisterfields does classic Aussie breakfasts such as smashed avocado, and more-inventive dishes such as salmon Benedict and maple-roasted-pumpkin salad. There are also hipster faves such as pulled-pork rolls and shakshuka poached eggs. Grab a seat at a booth, the counter or in the rear courtyard. There are several other good places for coffee nearby.

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    Nalu Bowls

    Inspired by Hawaii's culture and tropical ingredients, this chain of acai bowl establishments has made a big splash in Bali. The flagship Seminyak restaurant occupies just a small bar downstairs from Shelter Cafe, but the line sometimes extends down the block for the fresh fruit and smoothie bowls topped with homemade granola and bananas.

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    Mama San

    One of Seminyak's most popular restaurants, this stylish warehouse-sized space is split into levels, with photographs hanging from exposed brick walls. The menu has an emphasis on creative dishes from across Southeast Asia. A long cocktail list provides liquid balm for the mojito set and has lots of tropical-flavoured pours.

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    Revolver

    Wander down a tiny gang and push through narrow wooden doors to reach this matchbox coffee bar that does an excellent selection of brews. There are just a few tables in the creatively retro room that's styled like a Wild West saloon; nab one and enjoy tasty fresh and creative meals for breakfast and lunch.

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    Ginger Moon

    Australian chef Dean Keddell presides over an appealing, airy space, with carved wood and palms. The Asian fusion menu features a 'Best of' list of favourites, served in portions designed for sharing and grazing. Top picks include cauliflower pizza and a special chicken curry. There's a good kids' menu.

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    Fat Gajah

    Fat Gajah is all about dumplings and noodles, prepared with mostly organic ingredients. They come fried or steamed with innovative fillings such as beef rendang, black-pepper crab, kimchi tuna or lemongrass lamb. There's a range of small Asian plates. The spare dining room is very appealing.

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    La Lucciola

    A sleek beachside restaurant with good views across a lovely lawn and sand to the surf from its 2nd-floor tables. The bar is popular with sunset-watchers, most of whom move on to dinner here. The menu is a creative melange of international fare with Italian flair.

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    Divine Earth

    A sibling of the much-loved Earth Cafe, this organic vegetarian restaurant also does tasty vegan and raw food. It's perhaps better known for its Upstairs Lounge Cinema Club, where you can bring your food and drink to watch classic, art-house and documentary films.

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    Corner House

    With polished concrete floors, dangling light bulbs, distressed walls and vintage-style furniture, this cavernous cafe is almost a Seminyak cliché. A popular brunch spot, it does great coffee, big breakfasts, homemade sausage rolls and steak sandwiches. There's also a small shady courtyard and a relaxed, breezy upstairs dining area.

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    Rolling Fork

    A gnocchi-sized little trattoria, Rolling Fork serves excellent Italian fare. Breakfast features gorgeous baked goods and excellent coffees. Lunch and dinner include authentic and tasty homemade pastas, salads, seafood and more. The open-air dining room has an alluring retro charm; the Italian owners provide just the right accent.

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    Taco Beach Grill

    As sprightly as a chilli-accented salsa, this open-fronted casual cafe is known for its babi guling tacos. Obviously merging Bali's iconic suckling pig with Mexican flavours is a good thing. Expect the usual south-of-the-border standards plus good juices, smoothies and margaritas. Offers hotel and villa delivery.

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    Ultimo

    This vast and always popular restaurant thrives in a part of Seminyak that's as thick as a good risotto with eateries. Choose a table overlooking the street action, out the back in one of the gardens or inside. Ponder the surprisingly authentic menu and then let the army of staff take charge.

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    Wacko Burger

    It's like you died and went to comfort-food heaven. The burgers here are beloved as are the onion rings, fries, shakes and more. There are all manner of toppings and condiments to choose from. The tables are in an open-air covered patio with actual rice-field views.

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    Earth Cafe & Market

    The good vibes are organic at this vegetarian cafe and store. Choose from creative salads, sandwiches or wholegrain vegan and raw-food goodies. It's most famous for its six-course 'Planet Platter'. The beverage menu includes fresh juices and detox mixes.

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    Warung Taman Bambu

    This classic warung may look simple from the street but the comfy tables are – like the many fresh and spicy dishes on offer – a cut above the norm. There's a small stand for babi guling (spit-roast pig) right next door.

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    Bintang Supermarket

    Always busy, this large supermarket is the grocery favourite among expats, who appreciate its good prices and broad range of food, including good fruit and veg. It sells affordable sunscreen, insect spray and other sundries as well.

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    Warung Ibu Made

    The woks roar almost from dawn to dusk amid the constant hubbub on this busy corner of Jl Raya Seminyak, where several stalls cook food fresh under the shade of a huge banyan. Refresh yourself with the juice of a young coconut.