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Guide to the Best Restaurants and Bars in Uluwatu, Bali

A Food Guide to Uluwatu in Bali featuring some of the best cafes, bars and restaurants.

Perched atop towering cliffs that plunge dramatically into the azure Indian Ocean, Ulutwatu is the perfect laid-back travel destination in Bali. This cliff-side village is most famously known for being a surfer's paradise (and surfers from across the world visit to ride the waves), but there is a lot more to Uluwatu than the surf including stunning beach clubs and bars, incredible hotels and some of the best restaurants and cafes we visited in Bali.

I've compiled a list of all the best cafes, restaurants and bars that we went to in Uluwatu:

Breakfast and Brunch in Uluwatu


Suka is a MUST visit for breakfast whilst you're in Uluwatu and it was some of the best food we had whilst in Bali. This cafe is always busy... and for good reason! They offer an extensive menu of colourful smoothies and their food is a mix of local flavours and international favourites like breakfast sandwiches, delicious tacos and burgers. The colourful decor and upbeat music make it popular spot for locals and tourists. Our favourite dishes were the bacon & egg sandwich and the Katsu sanwich.

Suka Uluwatu

Nourish Cafe

In the main town of Uluwatu is Nourish, a cafe that serves up delicious locally sourced, organic food and drinks. This laid back restaurant offers a variety of coffees, hot drinks cold-pressed juices as well as smoothie bowls, fresh salads and amazing sandwiches.

Nourish Uluwatu

Lunch in Uluwatu

Sundays Beach Club

Nestled along the coastline, this stunning spot offers breathtaking views of the ocean. Spend a day here and if the views aren't enough to entice you, the food menu alone is worth going along for. Their menu boasts a delectable array of dishes crafted to please most. From fresh seafood dishes like grilled fish tacos and succulent prawn skewers, to satisfying classics like gourmet burgers and wood-fired pizzas. We went for the Wagyu Beef Sandwich and Shrimp Po Boy which were both incredible. I put more details about Sundays Beach Club below.

Sundays Beach Club Food

Terra Cottages

I stayed here for a night and the lunch was great, so adding it in. The gazpacho and ceviche were refreshing on a hot day by the pool.

Terra Cottages Uluwatu

Dinner in Uluwatu


Probably the most sophisticated dining we did in Bali. The menu features a mix of international cuisine with a focus on fresh, locally sourced ingredients. We got lots of plates to share; everything from burrata, bread and dips to tuna tartar and calamari. The friendly staff and chilled-out vibes make Mason a favourite among locals and travellers alike, for a memorable dining experience. Book in advance to guarantee a table, however we did just show up and they had availability.

Mason Uluwatu

Lucky Fish Lounge

Tucked away from the hustle and bustle, Lucky Fish is a place to escape and enjoy a meal of freshly caught fish and seafood. The restaurant sits across several floors on Bingin Beach, making it the perfect spot to enjoy locally caught fish whilst watching the sunset as a live band play.

Lucky Fish is slightly more rustic than a lot of the restaurants in Uluwatu but it adds to the experience. There is also an extensive drinks and cocktail list and you are provided with a menu of fish and seafood where you can select how much you want along with side dishes, they then prepare and cook it for you. They only accept cash, so make sure you have some on you and you can't book, so just show up.

Lucky Fish Lounge Uluwatu

Bars and Beach Clubs in Uluwatu

Single Fin

Perched atop a cliff overlooking the breathtaking Indian Ocean, Single Fin offers unparalleled panoramic views. By day, surfers gather to catch epic waves, while visitors soak up the sun on the spacious deck. As the sun sets, the atmosphere transforms into a lively bar that gets really busy (so make sure you go early). There's a great cocktail menu (that's worth the wait) and you can sip your drink by the pool or sat watching the sunset. We didn't make any kind of reservation (there's no entry fee), you can just show up.

Single Fin Uluwatu

Sundays Beach Club

This is the perfect day out to relax in Uluwatu. To get to Sundays Beach Club you arrive through the Ungasan resort, where you then take a spectacular funicular ride down the jungle-covered cliffs backdropped by the turquoise waves of Uluwatu and the views are STUNNING!

You arrive at the beach club and are taken to your sunloungers or day beds (you can also show up and just go to the restaurant/bar for $25 which you can redeem on food and drink). As there was four of us we got a VIP Cabana - it cost 5,000,000 IDR (about £250) and around £170 of that was redeemable against food and drink.

Sundays Beach Club is a lot more chilled than other beach clubs I went to Bali. We had a great day but a couple of negatives I should mention; for a lot of the day the cabana wasn't in the sun, the sun sets on the other side of the cliff so you don't get an amazing sunset and the sea is VERY aggressive there, which is challenging when you want to cool off.

Sundays Beach Club Uluwatu

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