TOP 3 HALAL RESTAURANTS IN BALI
Balinese foods often contain a lot of pork which makes many Muslims reluctant to visit the island. Fortunately, there are some restaurants who serves halal foods. Find them at these restaurants.
Bali is one of the most beautiful holiday destinations. Visitors from around the world are awed by its beautiful beaches, incredible culture, and arguably low-cost hotels.
Beaches and culture may be Bali's biggest selling point, but the island offers more than those. Foods are one of the reasons why visitors keep coming, as Balinese, and by Indonesian extension foods, are loaded with spices and herbs, resulting in rich-tasting dishes.
However, Balinese cuisine usually constitutes pork, which is not halal. It does not mean that Bali isn't a Muslim-friendly destination, though, as some restaurants do offer halal-focused cuisines. You can find the top three halal restaurants in Bali below.
1. Warung Nikmat
Warung Nikmat is a Javanese restaurant serving food in Bakung sari, Kuta. This warung will serve traditional Javanese foods such as nasi rawon, pecel, and nasi campur as well as soto, ayam goreng, and more. You can also choose from a variety of side dishes which you can pick to pair with warm rice. To accompany the food, it has a variety of juices, iced drinks, and coffee.
"Good place for halal indonesian food. Best price, cheap even for the local and there's soo many option. The sambal are their highlights! Order it for sure," said Lyv Siregar on Tripadvisor.
You can eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner at this restaurant as it opens for more than 12 hours, starting from 8.30 a.m. to 9 p.m. local time.
2. Warung Ijo
If you want to try the best halal Indonesian food in Bali, you must go to Warung Ijo. Just as its name, Warung Ijo is a green-themed restaurant serving both vegan and nonvegan dishes. You will find a variety of chicken, beef, and calamari dishes with lado terong, tempe tahu penyet, and gado-gado as the vegan options. They also have chicken and tempeh satay, which are also delicious. You will find the small warung in Ubud, Gianyar opens every 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
"Very good food. By far the most delicious halal-warung where we have eaten in Bali. Its not expensive and the food is great. Its a family business and the people are very kind. 10/10.," said Hassan A on Tripadvisor.
3. Warung Mak Beng
Warung Mak Beng is a legendary fish restaurant in Bali. It serves the best fish dishes on the island. It only has two options in the restaurant, the fried fish and head fish soup, yet it always has a long queue every day — a testimony to its prestige.
User Abecm from Tripadvisor said he had to wait a while to order as there was a queue. However, he also said the fried fish and fish soup were both delicious and worth the wait.
You can find Warung Mak Beng at the capital city of Bali, Denpasar. They are open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
View this post on Instagram
#THE S MEDIA #Media Milenial #Bali #Halal #Restaurant