Capturing the essence of Indonesian and Balinese cuisine unlike anywhere else, Singapore’s Blue Bali on Bukit Timah’s Cluny Road is an oasis of calm in busy Singapore. Bordering Singapore’s Botanic Gardens, Blue Bali has created an outdoor Balinese garden paradise where guests are invited to relax and let their worries drift away as they enjoy healthy, delicious Indonesian cuisine in one of the city’s most unique locations. More than just a restaurant, Blue Bali is a multi-purpose venue, complete with its own private function options and even a brewhouse!
Good ambience restaurant and worth visiting. Good food & price reasonable
The environment and ambience makes one assume one in Bali. Food and ambience is good
A labour of love created by Baliphiles Robin Greatbatch and Andrew Seow, Blue Bali in Singapore’s Bukit Timah pays homage to the island of the gods with an emphasis on fresh, flavourful Indonesian cuisine and a hospitable, friendly environment. Perfect for private functions and celebrations, Blue Bali’s outdoor Balinese garden can serve up to 200 guests, and also features an air-conditioned indoor area that seats up to an additional 200 diners. There could hardly be a better place for a celebration – guests are always blown away by the sheer natural beauty of Blue Bali’s gorgeous premises, and even more so by the authentically Indonesian cuisine on offer.
As if Blue Bali’s idyllic atmosphere isn’t enough to keep guests satisfied, the food prepared fresh every day manages to set the bar even higher. Before you decide what to eat, be sure to order a pint of Blue Bali’s signature Pink Mamba beer – wheat beer infused with red dragon fruit – brewed fresh from the Blue Bali Brewhouse. Just when you think life can’t get any better, it does. The flavourful cuisine at Blue Bali is almost unreal. Choose between delicious mains like pumpkin prawns, Indonesian nasi goreng, or our favourite, the BBQ grilled snapper, a Jimbaran-style grilled snapper marinated with Balinese spices, served with fresh vegetables and the house sambal. Ready to reach a state of nirvana? Reserve a table at this unique Indonesian restaurant in Singapore’s Bukit Timah and enlighten yourself.