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Bali, Indonesia

Seafood Restaurants on Jimbaran Beach


Eating seafood on the beach in Jimbaran is a quintessential part of many a visitor's itinerary when visiting Bali. Jimbaran Bay is home to about fifty grilled seafood restaurants in three different groupings, all set along the beach. The three sections are Muaya (in the very south), Kedonganan (in the middle) and Kelan (north of the fish market). Each of the restaurants is much of a muchness and of the groupings, the most southerly closest to the Four Seasons is the most popular these days.


Tables are set up right on the sand and if you sit at the lowest tables at high tide, you can even get your feet wet. The sea breeze is cool, the sunsets are beautiful and the whole area is lit by oil torches after dark.


The restaurants serve essentially the same menu with one basic dining format:

fire-grilled (bakar) seafood with your own choice of various fish, crab, squid, shrimp, lobster and other shellfish,

local green vegetables steamed with garlic,

rice or french fried potatoes,

local spicy sauces.

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Taken on August 24, 2012