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March 5, 2020

Indian Restaurants in Bali

Queen’s Tandoor

This chain of Indian restaurants is wildly popular around the island for their authentic Indian dishes prepared by native Indian chefs, their comfortable and classy locales, and their reliable delivery service. The menus feature a range of recipes from around the sub-continent including Tandoori Chicken, Mutton Vindaloo, Masala Dosa and Fish Tikka, and each order comes with complimentary pappadums with vibrant sauces. For adventurous types, Queens also does Culinary Journeys with excursions around the island paired with Indian cuisine.   |  Seminyak, Ubud, Kuta & Nusa Dua


Warung Little India

Cozy and quaint, Warung Little India serves up authentic Indian home-style cooking that is hailed by many as the best Indian food in Ubud. Located on Jalan Sukma just down from the Jazz Cafe, this tiny spot is decked out in colourful flags, tables and chairs, and on any given night you can expect the owner, Ibu Siti, to be there welcoming guests and ensuring the food is spot on. Try their Thali, a combination of various dishes like curry, daal, naan, samosas, pickled vegetables and raita, or their excellent fresh lemon juice.

Warung-Little-India  |  Jl. Sukma, No 36, Ubud, Bali 

La Rouge Bali

If you happen to be in Candidasa and have a craving for Indian cuisine, La Rouge is your spot. The decor here is pretty impressive with mosaic tiled floors, silk curtains and velvet upholstered chairs, and the staff is quick to find you a seat and bring you cold towels. The menu has a number of tasty Indian dishes like Vegetable Samosas, Chicken Curry, and Palak Korma, as well as Balinese and international favourites.   |  Candidasa, Karangasem, Bali

Gateway of India

With five locations around Bali including Seminyak, Kuta, Sanur, Ubud (Indian Delites), and Nusa Dua (Indian Dhaba), Gateway of India clearly has something good going on. The menu focuses on North and South Indian food with plenty of vegetarian options for those of the non-meat persuasion, and the majority of their eateries are always full with family and friends noshing on superb samosas, curries, and daals washed down with aromatic chai tea and fresh fruit lassies.   |  Jl. Abimanyu, No 10, Seminyak, Bali