Staying at Villa Aliya you are conveniently located to some of the Islands best restaurants and boutiques. Most of the restaurants listed are in the vicinity and walking distance from the villa. Others are a taxi ride away. Our staff will be happy to make reservations and arrange transport. Alternatively, if you don't feel like changing out of your sarong and would like a meal in, our chef and staff would be at your service to prepare your lunch or dinner by the pool.

Selamat Makan!

    SARONG -
  • Great restaurant in a converted Javanese house with Aussie chef Will Meryck serving south-east asian cuisine. Great ambiance and food, standards are pretty high and gorgeous setting, a real favorite. Must reserve a table as busy on weekends and high season.
    BREEZE -
  • At the SAMAYA, resort/hotel right across from our little lane - it’s a beach front restaurant, you can have cocktails on the grass and book a table for dinner. Best thing is you only have to cross the street from the villa to be right on the beach. Also great for sunset drinks.
    KUDETA -
  • Most famous restaurant and bar on the Island. Great cocktails and bar food but also wonderful food in the main dining room. Do the lunch thing and hang around all afternoon. Our favorite place for brunch as best breakfast with the view. No need to book for lunch but dinner can get busy. There have recently opened MEJEKAWI, a 40 seat fine-dining restaurant and food research laboratory all perched within Ku De Ta Bali's newly refurbished, air-conditioned second floor.
  • Great casual two storey thatched roof restaurant facing the beach serving casual and light Italian. Go for cocktails at sunset and stay for dinner, book ahead as they are popular. Lunch is also good, come in a sarong and hang out on the beach after lunch. Also walking distance from Villa Aliya.
  • Slippery Stone is a relax casual eatery. The open kitchen and bar created a unique feeling of warmth and hospitality. A Balinese feel is presence due to breathtaking rice-paddy views, and the local farmers going about their day-to-day business. The focus on the menu proper is strongly on local produce and flavours. These dishes will include creative grills, rotisserie meats and artesian pizzas. Jl. Batu Belig 9N Seminyak Bali, ph. +62 361 8465999.
    URCHIN - Grill and Raw Bar
  • Jl. Laksmana 22. The newest addition to Seminyak's hub of wining and dining offers a modern Australian style of seafood and more!
    METIS -
  • Offering world class French cuisine, must try the local duck confit and foie gras, their speciality. Let the villa staff make a booking for you, start the night at their Amber Lounge and sit next to the paddy Fields, great cocktails and tapas - some nights they have a liveband. Reservations recommended.
  • The restaurant is beautiful with a tropical feel, thatched roof, lots of bamboo, had mix reviews on the food but I would stick to the seafood. Sit at the back facing the paddy Gields for cocktails and a tapas. Metis is right across the road.
    BIKU -
  • Housed in an old Joglo, Javanese house is a "cafe" style dining run by an Aussie woman married to a local, she collects antiques and collectables and sells them in her shop cum restaurant cum library, we like going there for afternoon tea and their hot scones or a quick Indonesian lunch. Yummy home made cakes. Also good for local dishes and to pick up local magazines/postcards. No reservations required and free wi-fi.
    COCOON -
  • Opened few years ago, this is a beach side bar, lounge and restaurant. Great for sunset drinks and tapas or stay for dinner. Quiet at lunchtime so you can lounge around their pool all day.
  • Jl. Pettitenget 198. New restaurant offering modern Balinese cuisine with great service in a spacious and open environment.
  • An offspring of the popular Sarong, this one is more hip and happening and has lighter food and more tapas style dishes. Bar on the second level is very popular make sure you book ahead for dinner downstairs or you can always eat upstairs.
  • Opened in 2012, this bistro style eatery is walking distance from the villa. It has indoor and outdoor seating and a large bar. Restaurant is run by Aussie chef Sean Cosgrove. Great for a light lunch after walking on the beach.
  • This Melbourne import is part of the KATAMAMA hotel next to Potato Head. Food is Movida standards and never fails and service is attentive. Decor is lovely with lots of great vibes and a cuban feel.
  • Bondi comes to Bali, cool vibes, best negronis, great pizzas and light italian fare with a DJ most nights.
  • Lovely modern Indonesian restaurant, only 40 seat headed by chef Kieran Morland. Food is creative and innovative with local flavors and ingredients. Jl. Pangkung Sari 100x, Kerobokan 80361, Indonesia
    Arsana -
  • Next to Alila entrance on Petitenget. Traditional Indonesian food well presented. The restaurant is lovely and spacious and lunch specials are very reasonable. Best Indonesian banana desserts.
  • Next to Potato Head Beach Club, entrance is right next to The Kayana. A great and funky hotel located smack bang on the beach, they have two main restaurant near the pool and beach - FIRE and Star Fish Bloo, both worth trying but the best deal in town is the Sunday brunch at Star Fish, make sure you book as it is very popular. They have a WOO Bar across the pool, great for sunset drinks and a few tapas.
  • Located just by the entrance of our private path is this colorful building. Great for coffee and a light lunch. They also have great home made muesli.
    ULTIMO -
  • Italian restaurant that is always busy but always fun, good food at great prices possibly the best price wines at any restaurant in this area.
  • Great Italian food in a relaxed and casual atmosphere. The pizzas are their speciality but their pastas are pretty good too and a favorite with the kids. You can also order in if you dont feel like leaving the villa.
  • Colonial Asian style with a wide variety of meals on the menu great food and always busy and happening.
    CHANDI -
  • Contemporary Indonesian cuisine with a romantic rooftop setting and cool Batik bar.
  • Barbacoa is a new restaurant on Jalan Petitenget, Kerobokan, dedicated to BBQ, wood fire, charcoal and loads of smoke. These combined fire methods have been influenced by Latin American style flavours to create rustic local dishes in a large warehouse space. Jl. Petitenget 14, Kerobokan.
  • This place is an institution. The menu which is East meets West is huge and will please everyone, but highly recommended and what they are famous for is their 'Nasi Campur' which is Balinese mix rice.
    SIP -
  • Tiny French Bistro across the Bintang supermarket, so its not in Seminyak but rather in Legian. Great food and impressive wine menu (rare in Bali as wines are hard to come by). Authentic French food in Bali.
  • Named after the two bold & vibrant colours of the national flag, Merah Putih is Bali’s newest & complete Indonesian dining experience in a sumptuous environment Jl. Petitenget 100x, Kerobokan.
  • Fantastic new Mexican restaurant with meals made for sharing-tacos, empanadas, quesadillas and a good range of tequila and margaritas. The vibe is relaxed and friendly and the decor is colourful Mexican kitsch. Jl. Kayujati 9x Petitenget. Please get in touch with the villa staff if you would like to book any of these restaurants and they will be happy to make the reservations
  • This is a cool little restaurant in downtown Seminyak. The menu is small but well thought out with a range of degustation and set menus as well as a la carte. The chef is Indonesian so the food is modern Indonesian. Jalan Kayu Aya Blok C.
  • This new cafe on Seminyak's Eat Street (Jalan Laksmana) has a real retro feel to it. In the words of the owners" the restaurant is reminiscent of a chic Orient Express railway dining carriage" and this is so true the place has a real vintage feel to it and the upstairs bar does a mean cocktail. Jl. Laksmana, Seminyak.
  • Kilo is not on the eat street route but worth the detour. You can dine indoors or outdoors, quite pleasant on a balmy night. The food is beautiful and an inspired fusion of Asian, Latin and Western flavours. The cocktail menu is large and fun. There are unexpected flavours like that make it worth exploring.
  • Smack bang in Seminyak and only minutes away from the villa through our little alley at the back. This is part of the Sisterfield group and offer Asian fusion menu with Aussie influence. They have a Feed Me menu which is worth trying. Great bar at the front and is nicely decorated.
  • Located in Jalan Petitenget, same street at Sarong, Metis, is Potato Head Beach Club, resembling a stadium decorated with old distressed window frames and shutters. They have 3 restaurants in there so lots of choice. Great chilled music and ambiance, popular with local and expats. It is great for sunset drinks, cocktails and tapas around their pool which is massive and right on the beach.