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Top Choice Indonesian in Senggigi

Coco Beach

This wonderful beachside restaurant 2km north of Senggigi has a blissfully secluded setting off the main road. Dining is at individual thatch-covered tables, with many choices for vegetarians. The nasi goreng and ma…
Top Choice Indonesian in Senggigi

Cafe Tenda Cak Poer

Barely enclosed, this roadside warung feeds the locals with hot-outta-the-wok Indo classics. Grab a plastic stool at a battered metal table, open a pack of krupuk (Indonesian crackers) and order the nasi goreng, mad…
Top Choice International in Senggigi

Spice

A much welcome addition to the humdrum Senggigi dining scene, Spice has airy quarters in the back of the euphemistically named Art Market. Tables at the sand are perfect for sunset drinks chosen from the long list. …
Seafood in Senggigi

Warung Menega

If you fled Bali before experiencing the Jimbaran fish grills, you can make up for it at this beachside seafood barbecue. Choose from a daily catch of barracuda, squid, snapper, grouper, lobster, tuna and prawns – a…
International in Senggigi

Banana Tree Cafe

One of the better choices in the centre, this refreshingly stylish cafe is set back from the road buzz and has a nice seating area to the rear. Its number-one appeal is the coffee bar operated by skilled baristas. F…
International in Senggigi

Square

An upscale restaurant with beautifully crafted seating, and a menu that features Western and Indonesian fusion fare. The cooking is a cut above the local norm in terms of ambition. Many newcomers to Indonesia have b…
International in Senggigi

Asmara

An ideal family choice, this place spans the culinary globe from tuna carpaccio to burgers to Lombok’s own Sate pusut (minced-meat or fish sate). It also has a playground and kids' menu. Service and presentation are…
Nature Reserve in Senggigi

Taman Wisata Alam Kerandangan

This pleasant, little-visited nature reserve is ideal for escaping the tourist bustle of Senggigi and indulging in a few hours of strolling in the rainforest. The Princess Twin and Swallow Cave waterfalls lie on the…
Hindu Temple in Senggigi

Pura Batu Bolong

It’s not the grandest, but Pura Batu Bolong is Lombok’s most appealing Hindu temple, and particularly lovely at sunset. Join an ever-welcoming Balinese community as they leave offerings at the 14 altars and pagodas …
Indonesian in Senggigi

Mande Kanduang

The name means 'brother and sister' and that's just who's doing the work at this barely there, open-air roadside cafe. No-compromises Indonesian cooking is the order of the day here; the kepalaq ikan kakap (fish hea…