During our time in Ubud we tried and tested a few of the restaurants on offer. We indulged in smoothies, filled up on ‘Nasi Campur’ and tested out some gluten free, vegan options. Generally the food in Bali is incredible, but we found a few hidden gems that we kept going back to time and time again. Here is our guide on where to eat in Ubud with kids.
Where to eat in Ubud with kids
Maha is located near Monkey Forest and is a great place to take kids to for food. At the back of the restaurant is an outdoor eating area that is filled of cute little bunny rabbits. The boys loved stroking the rabbits and we loved that there was a distraction for them while waiting for our food.
We stumbled on this restaurant on our second night in Ubud and we fell in love with the amazing food. I highly recommend the Massaman Curry. It quickly became one of my favourite meals while in Ubud.
We would stop here are visiting Warung Siam for our dessert of ice lollies. We highly recommend trying the Strawberry and cookie flavours. They always went down a treat!
Fussy Bird is a great gluten free restaurant down a quiet side road. The menu offers a lot of different meals, including a good selection of vegan options. There are also a number of different biscuits and crackers on sale, which we eagerly stocked up on.
While we always try the local food in every country we visit, sometimes it’s nice to just grab a pizza for dinner. We found Alus Pizza on a wander from our hotel and loved trying all of the different pizza and pasta dishes. There was even pasta pesto, which is my favourite easy meal when in the UK.
This is a another restaurant that offers good food, a great atmosphere, lovely views and lots of space for children to run around in. There is a really relaxed vibe to the place, the staff are really friendly and diners can enjoy their food while overlooking a rice paddy.
Although a little out of town, this is somewhere that is an absolute must visit when in Ubud. The restaurant offers a unique dining experience in the form of suspended bamboo huts over a pond full of fish. The food was just incredible and although some dishes were a little on the pricey side, it is possible to eat there for relatively cheaply dependant on what is ordered.
Ganesha ek Sanskriti Indian Restaurant
This is an absolute must visit for any foodie who finds themselves in Ubud. Although a little more expensive than a lot of other restaurants in Bali, the food is amazing! We recommend starting with the Samosa and then trying the buttered chicken with a side of Naan Bread. Just amazing.