Locavore in Ubud is one of the new foodie hot spots in Bali! The World’s 50 Best Restaurants referred to it as a ‘One-of-a-kind Balinese restaurant’ and I absolutely agree with them. Locavore made it their mission to only use the finest locally sourced produce for their innovative and creative taste combinations. The highly dedicated team of food enthusiasts put together ingredient driven set menus in either Locavore (carnivore) or Herbivore style with the most enjoyable dishes.
Ubud is one of those places that almost everyones has on their hot list when visiting Bali. Often referred to as the cultural and spiritual centre of Bali, it became internationally famous during the 1930s when Western artists and intellectuals settled here. It continues to grow in popularity and fame, being featured in books and movies like Eat, Pray, Love. Surrounded by natural beauty it is a charming village lined with cafes, restaurants, artisan shops, sacred temples and museums. With so much on offer I have created a list of what I believe are the 10 best things to see and do in Ubud, Bali.
One of the main reasons we chose Bali as a destination were pictures of Alila Villas Uluwatu in a travel magazine (maybe a more appropriate title would have been ‘Confessions of a Hotel Junky’ ;-)). The risk of choosing holidays like this of course is that photos can be rather misleading – luckily, this was not the case for Alila Villas Uluwatu – one of the most stunning hotels we have stayed at! [Read More…]