Dining in Bali can be an exciting international adventure - beginning, of course, with Balinese Babi Guleng, or Indonesian Nasi Goreng or Mie Goreng. Then pick any letter of the alphabet and there is bound to be a nation with that letter listed.
Representing Europe you'll find France, Italy, Macedonia, Spain, Germany and many more.From the Middle East, Lebanon and other Arab nations offer their tasty dishes. Asia, of course, is best represented here, with Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Indian and Thai restaurants, either independent or within hotels. In fact, some hotels have restaurants representing as many as five different nations.If you want to really 'eat local', try one of the many 'warungs'. You won't be disappointed, and you may be shocked at how small the bill turns out when your meal is done. Often the food costs less than the drinks - that's just one of the delights of being in Bali.