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The Ultimate Guide to Eating and Drinking in Petitenget, Part 2

From Batu Belig Corner to Jalan Lb. Sari

The Ultimate Guide to Eating and Drinking in Petitenget, Part 2 covers Jalan Petitenget from the corner of Batu Belig down to Go.Fresh on the corner of Jalan Lb. Sari. This stretch of road includes PisonLing Ling’s and Kynd.

The Ultimate Guide to Eating and Drinking in Petitenget, Part 3 follows on from Jalan Lb. Sari all the way to the bottom of Jalan Kayu Aya (also known as Eat Street) and includes Merah Putih, Biku and Woobar.

The Ultimate Guide to Eating and Drinking in Petitenget, Part 1 starts at the very top of Jalan Petitenget where it meets Jalan Kerobokan and has such famous high-end restaurants like Sardine, Metis and Barbacoa.

#1 Ling Ling’s

Ling Lings Petitenget

Ling Ling's in one of the hottest spots in Petitenget for good reason. Their Korean and Japanese fusion menu is uniquely spectacular and very inexpensive. The menu is one of the few that includes tax and service in the price so there are no surprises when the bill comes.

The staff are dressed in a mildly fetishist sailor/schoolgirl style without being weird and the decor is eclectic and very Instagram-worthy. Very busy during the evening, so make a booking or be prepared to wait. It's worth it.

Address: Jl. Petitenget No.43B, Kerobokan
Phone: +62 819-1641-7867
Opening Hours: Mo-Su 12pm-1am
Website: linglingsbali.com
Instagram: ling.lings.bali
Price: $$

#3 Jemme

Jemme, Petitenget

Fantastic french inspired restaurant with an amazing weekday set lunch special for IDR65k++ that is, without doubt, the best value lunch deal in Bali. Their Sunday roasts are also legendary. Highly recommended.

Address: Jalan Petitenget No. 28, Seminyak
Phone: +62 851-0207-7432
Opening Hours: Mo-Su 11am-11pm
Website: jemmebali.com
Instagram:@jemmebali
Price: $$

#6 Expat. Roasters

Expat. Roasters, Petitenget

Expat. Roasters is a specialty coffee producer driven by a desire to produce an exceptional, unpretentious brew, from the ground up. Expat. works closely and respectfully with local Balinese farmers and producers to source the finest local produce to complement their nomadic collection of beans from around the globe.

Address: Jl. Petitenget No.1a, Kerobokan
Phone: +62 812-4614-0493
Opening Hours: Mo-Su 7am-5pm
Website: expatroasters.com
Instagram: @expatroasters
Price: $$

#9 Mozzarella Petitenget

Mozzarella Petitenget

Mozzarella served its first dining experience in April 2009 with several locations in Bali. Details are carefully thought, from chic decor to elegant ambience setting, irresistible entree to yummy desert Steak selections to “not shocking bill”, all to make a memorable occasion.

Address: Jl. Petitenget No.8, Seminyak
Phone: +62 361-934-3095
Opening Hours: Mo-Su 11am-10pm
Website: mozzarella-resto.com
Instagram: @mozzarellabali
Price: $$

#13 Warung Eropa

Address:
Phone: +62
Opening Hours: Mo-Su 7am-1pm
Website: 
Instagram:  
Price: $$

#17 The Halal Boys

The Halal Boys, Petitenget

Permanent cafe inside a distinctive yellow 40ft container serving beef, lamb and chicken rice bowls.

Address: Jl. Petitenget No.18, Kerobokan
Phone: +62 819-1649-1454
Opening Hours: Mo-Su 10am-11:30pm
Instagram: thehalalboys
Price: $

#19 Chibchips

Chibchips, Petitenget

Modern Korean Q and chicken restaurant.

Address: Jl. Petitenget No.15 XX, Kerobokan
Phone: +62 361-934-2778
Opening Hours: Mo-Su 11:30am-11pm
Website:
Instagram: chibchips
Price: $$

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