Top kiddie friendly restaurants and more in Bali

Posted on November 8, 2012 by Little Steps

Holidaying in Bali with hungry kiddies in tow?  Have no fear!  Bali offers a wide range of restaurants serving local delights and well as international favorites.  Little Steps Bali has eaten, sipped, and relaxed at restaurants throughout the ‘Island of Gods’ to give the scoop on where to dine with kids.  Enjoy!

Naughty Nuri’s Warung

Homestyle Grub

This humble eatery serves up some of the tastiest melt-off-the-bone ribs this side of the Pacific.

www.naughtynurisbali.com

Deus Ex Machina

Café + Shop + Motorbikes

Cool design and architecture, funky products, super delish café, fun events…it’s a wonderland, and we like it!

deustemple.com

Nammos Beach Club

@ Karma Kandara

Stunning beach, chilled out vibe, and delish food make it a perfect day out.

www.karmakandara.com

Made’s Warung

True Balinese Delights

It’s a no-fuss and relaxed place serving mouthwatering authentic regional fare and a good mix of international and Asian cuisine.

www.madeswarung.com

Pizza Bagus

Pizzeria & Gourmet Deli

Pizza Bagus was the first Italian restaurant in Ubud and has withstood the comings and goings of many so-called pizza joints for over a decade.  Free wifi!

www.pizzabagus.com

Kafe

Organic & Healthy

This funky little resto has an endless list of delicious organic, vegan and raw foods.

www.balispirit.com

Jungle SocieTea @ Bali Zoo

High Tea With Lions!

Scones, tartlets, and marmalade mixed with a bit of jungle cat on the side…high tea just got way wilder at the Jungle SocieTea!

www.bali-zoo.com

Biku

Tea Time and More

Known for its afternoon tea, including Biku’s special Children’s High Tea, Biku serves super yummy and healthy local and international food throughout the day.

www.bikubali.com

Sea Circus

Brunch + Lunch + Dinner

Sea Circus covers all of the essentials: A brunch that can cure a hangover and entertain the kids at the same time with a fantastic sociable staff that knows just what you need.  Delish fish tacos!

seacircus-bali.com

Grocer & Grind

Bistro + Coffee Bar + Deli

Western comfort food with a dash of creativity, and one of the best cups of coffee in town in an indoor/outdoor chill spot with wifi.

www.grocerandgrind.com

Ku De Ta

Beachfront Brunching

Sunshine, sand and Sunday brunch.  For the little ones, there’s fish and chips, grilled chicken skewers, or cucumber and nori rolls for the adventurous. Yum!

www.kudeta.net

Potato Head Beach Club Bali

Hip Hangout

Party palace after sunset, PHBC is a chillaxed hangout that welcomes cool kids during the day.  Delish food such as Fish and Chips, Ph’s Wagyu Burger, and pasta.  Highchairs are available for wee ones.

www.ptthead.com

 

FINN’S Beach Club @ Semara Uluwatu

Beach Beauty

Zip down the inclinator to the gorgeous secluded cliff side beach with the convenience of a casual chic beachside resto.

www.semarauluwatu.com

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Little Steps is Asia's leading website and weekly e-newsletter dedicated to delivering the inside scoop to parents on what to do, buy, and discover in Hong Kong, Singapore, Bali and beyond. The dedicated team across Asia scouts, tastes and shops to find the most hip and happening products and places to keep parents in the know and on the go. In 2010, Little Steps partnered with LUXE City Guides to create the Little LUXE series of print guides for families available in stores worldwide and online.

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