The real essence of Bali is in these three words - Eat, Pray ,Love. Bali offers unique food , it has a spiritual side to it that leaves you inquisitive and people are so loving and kind that you feel the true presence of love. Being a vegetarian I have always had this hitch of not going to south-asian countries. I some-how thought I won't be able to survive as it will be all about meat and fish and curries with seafood. But that was me , before visiting Bali. Bali has changed my perspective. You must be thinking - How ? For starters , in Bali not only will you find authentic cheap local fare but plenty of dining options ranging from a casual cafe brunch, to upscale raw food restaurant , each thriving from local fresh ingredients where you can feel that freshness in the food! Plus regardless of your budget, it’s possible to have something different and exciting every meal. Yes it is not just veg sandwich , veg pizza or french fries , you can have actual delicacies. It is one of those rare destinations where I enjoyed food and hospitality more than anything else. 8 days and practically every meal in a new restaurant. Some were misses , but some left me speechless. From Seminayak to Labuan Bajo to Ubud , I tried different restaurants and cafes and here are my few recommendations. My list of "Must try restaurants in Bali " - specially for vegetarians.
If there was one restaurant that you must try in Seminayak , it has to be SistersCafe. The best breakfast place I have ever been too. Located in the heart of Seminayak ( Boutique area ) , Sisterfields provides a quiet and ecletic ambience to enjoy breakfast, lunch ,dinner alongside a wide selection of coffees and juices / smoothies. There are few things that are an absolute must - Coconut & Goji Berry Bircher Muesli , Pancakes & Red Berries and Smashed Avocado. Try these and then tell me if this was not the best breakfast everrr..... :)