EAT , PRAY, LOVE in Bali – Part 4 (Halal Food in Bali)

This is definitely the most frequent question that we encountered when we told our family and friends that we are going to Bali soon “Is there any Halal Food there?”. To answer it, YES! It is! InsyaAllah, there’s always HALAL food around for a foodies like us. Go Google and you’ll find the answer. In this post,  we are going to share a list of Halal Food that we managed to try while we were in the land of Bali.

With a majority of Hinduism followed by a slightly minority of Muslim and Christian. Fret not, even of the small population of Muslim, you can actually get a delicious Halal Food within the island.

Rumah Makan Padang ACC Minang

This is definitely our 1st restaurant when we touched down in Bali as it is located in Jl. Raya Tuban. For easy reference, it is exactly in front of the Arjuna Monument (roundabout). It’s just a breath away from the Ngurah Rai International Airport. Price wise? Affordable but slightly expensive than other Nasi Padang restaurant that we’ve tried in Bali.




Rumah Makan Minang Sumbar Hidup

We tried this restaurant while we’re on our way back from Tegalalang heading to Ubud Town. Our supir Agung proposed that we shall have our lunch at one of the Halal buffet restaurant in Kintamani. We declined and skip that as we read a lots of review saying that it doesn’t worth the money paying such an amount when all the food are tasteless. So, here we are! Delicious and it’s super cheap! FF’s even asked twice as he couldn’t believe the amount on the bill. 



Rumah Makan Wong Solo – Ayam Bakar Wong Solo

Talking about Rumah Makan Wong Solo, they have a few outlet here in Malaysia but to be frank, the food are way better in the land of origin. My personal choice is definitely ‘Ayam Penyet’ and FF’s couldn’t resist on ‘Ayam Lombok’. The chicken and the spicy sambal compliment each other that forced us to come back for the 2nd times. We had our dinner here for 2 consecutive days! The restaurant is located at Jl. Raya Kuta Tuban, No. 87, Kuta. You’ll see a lots of Malaysian here too. It’s like a mandatory Halal restaurant for the Supir to bring over their guest here.


Nasi Pedas Ibu Andika

It’s basically a 24 hours restaurant. We’re here on our last day to get our lunch meal. You’ve to queue and choose whichever dishes that you like. The signature is definitely the home-made spicy sambal. It is located near at Jl. Raya Kuta (in front of Supernova / Joger).



Indoroland Martabak & Terang Bulan

We managed to try this as proposed by Agung. ‘Martabak’ is exactly ‘Murtabak’ way back home meanwhile ‘Terang Bulan’ is something similar to ‘Apam Balik’. Is just that more options were given compared to only peanuts and cream corn as the filling. Here, you get to choose everything from chocolate, milk, egg, butter, cheese and etc. Amazing huh? I was so skeptical when FF’s decided to get ‘Terang Bulan’ with a cheese filling. My jaw dropped when I saw how much cheese and milk that they sprinkled it on. Not a sweet tooth type person but after getting the first bite, trust us, the taste was amazing. Again, it’s in Jl. Raya Kuta – Tuban 98x and very near to Nasi Pedas Ibu Andika and Rumah Makan Wong Solo.


Our Chocolate Thin Crust ‘Terang Bulan’

Special Cheese Terang Bulan in the making



Last but not least, the one and famous fast food Mc’Donalds. We had this for dinner on our 1st night since we don’t have any idea where on earth to get Halal Food within the hotel. So, we end up ourself at the outlet ordering the only meal that we won’t be getting it here in Malaysia which is ‘Panas Special’.


So, this is it! Of course, your holiday wouldn’t be complete without good food around. Go and try it if you are happened to be in Bali.

With this post, it’s a wrapped to our Bali trip. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!

Simply us,
Zara AB & FF
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