Rumi Villas are situated in one of the most cosmopolitan locations in Seminyak.

Located just off the famous "Eat Street", JL Laksmana, it takes just a brief walk or taxi ride to Bali’s top restaurants, clubs, casual relaxed dining, warangs or cafes.

It is easy to find delicious Balienese food or food from any country near the Rumi Villas. 

Damian Testimonial“The villa resembles a nice Spanish hacienda with a really nice plunge pool. The facilities, though basic, was well maintained and clean. There is lots of room to lounge around (sun terrace on the 2nd floor to sun tan away) and a kitchen to whip up a meal should you need to. It is self-sufficient such that you would not need to leave it if you're there for a retreat! The location is the clincher. Situated in a small lane off Jalan Drupadi, it is near some really nice eateries and cafes such as Kilo Kitchen (Bali) - Just before you turn into the Villa; Uma Kopi, Corner House and on the other side, The Bistrot. Walking either way of the entrance, you will either hit Jalan Drupadi (Left) or Jalan Kayu Aya (Seminyak's main stretch via the small walkway to The Bistrot). The villa staff, housekeeper Dewi, and operations manager Nyoman, were attentive and friendly. We really enjoyed our stay there! Thanks Mike!” - Damian

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner in Seminyak, Bali


The Corner Store near Rumi Villas in Seminyak Bali

Breakfast, Lunch, Warung and Cheap Eats


Biku - Biku blends together a unique combination of a tea lounge, restaurant, antiques and bookstore in Bali. Inspired by Indonesia’s unique culture, Biku is an eclectic mix of old Indonesia with a modern touch. Located in Seminyak, Bali, Biku takes on a life of its own in a historic 150-year-old teak Joglo from East Java. Definitely worth a visit. JL Raya Petitenget no. 888, Bali, Indonesia Ph +62 361 8570888

Café Zucchini – Located 2 minute walk from the Rumi Villas on Jalang Laksmana.  They offer breakfast and lunch with great selection of sandwiches, salads, and very good coffees.

Café Moka – Really good deserts and coffees, breads and cakes, cakes cakes!!! Try this out, cheap and brilliant! REALLY close to where your street reaches the main road on Jalang Legian, Seminyak.

Corner Store / Tuck Shop (only 5 min walk from the Rumi Villas).  For a great cup of coffee and breakfast and lunch menu try the The Corner Store. They also stock great clothing which includes a cool range of Deus t-shirts, board shorts and accessories.

grocerandgrindGrocer & Grind is a contemporary bistro & delicatessen situated in the heart of Seminyak's stylish shopping and eating area of Petitenget.  Voted best coffee in Asia it is open for breakfast, lunch & dinner, Grocer & Grind attracts a devout following of local expatriates and discerning tourists looking for a comfortable place with great food and service.

Mazarno – For brilliant pizza try Mazarno.  Look for the white colonial building on Jalan 66 (Double 6)

Menacapis – This restaurant offers Belgian food – BRILLIANT! A live band and good food! Seminyak, Jalang Legian (next to Madeh’s Warung)

Nirvana - inexpensive with kid’s menu options. Seminyak/Oberoi, Jalan Laksmana

Rumours - inexpensive with kid’s menu options. Seminyak/Oberoi, Jalan Laksmana

Trattoria - inexpensive with kid’s menu options. Seminyak/Oberoi, Jalan Laksmana

Zanzibar and Lanai - Legian These two are just a couple of the many restaurants along Double 6 (on a Beach but this street is called Double 6 - all the taxi drivers will know what you mean).  Good food, medium price and nice location to watch sunset & enjoy ocean breezes

Warung Murah (literally, Cheap Café) – Oberoi/Seminyak, Jalang Laksmana (next to Café Bali) Good for cheap go up to the glass cabinet and select what you want.  Don’t judge on looks… AMAZING FOOD! Order on your plate Tempe (pronounced tempay).  The staff makes fantastic tropical fruit juices (e.g. mango, watermelon and pineapple).

Warung Pantai – Batu Belig, on the beach. This is just a little shack on the beach, but don’t let looks deceive you. It’s the perfect spot for fresh seafood and a sunset view.  You must book as it fills quickly.

Warung Sobat at Batu Belig next area after Seminyak is good food and good value for lunch and dinner. The lobster is great but needs to be ordered the day before you come

Fine Dining Suggestions 

Blossom - this restaurant has a fresh and inventive take on modern Thai cuisine.  Signature dishes include Slow-Cooked Duck with Yellow Beans and Ginger, Steamed Coral Trout and Stir-fried Lobster and Scallops cooked to perfection alongside a selection of succulent steaks and pasta. Blossom can be found at the Sentosa Private Villas and Spa complex in Kerobokan on Jalan Pura Telaga Waja , Sentosa Private Villas and Spa, Petitenget.  Bali +62 361 73 0333

Café Bali - on Seminyak's Jalan Laksmana (Oberoi Street) is a romantically styled bar and restaurant to call 'Home'. Popular amongst both expatriates and tourists, Cafe Bali offers international cuisine with a very definite French influence, in a very home-like setting decorated with a pleasant mixture of mainly white furnishings with cosy accents.

Chandi is a haute cuisine restaurant specialising in organic ingredients.  Open for coffee, lunch and dinner.

Ku De TaKu De Ta – Oberoi, Jalan Laksmana. This unique beachfront haunt was established by Melbournian, Arthur Chandros and epitomises Bali’s new chic with its appealing mix of black-clad uniformed staff, cool music and good food. Great for breakfast and evening cocktails.  Note that prices are in $USD more expensive than most places in Bali. 

La Lucciola - a popular beachfront restaurant that serves light breakfasts and lunches then morphs into a sophisticated dining nightspot - Oberoi Rd, Kayu Aya Beach, Legian.  +62 361 730 838

Metis fine dining restaurant - New from the original founders of the world-famous Warisan restaurant comes the latest in fabulous Bali dining. Stunningly designed for discerning clients, Metis combines excellence in culinary expertise and service with a breathtaking location, overlooking working rice fields at No. 6 Kerobokan Kelod JL Petitenget. Ph +62 361 737 888

Sarong - Australian chef Will Meyrick (from Longrain and Jimmy Lik’s fame) has amassed a team of talented Indian, Chinese, and Thai cooks at his latest venture, in buzzy Seminyak. Polished dark-wood tables are strung underneath a traditional pitched roof, and the garden lounge is filled with Javanese daybeds and fragrant frangipani. Meyrick traverses the Asian food spectrum, from northern Thai to southern Indian flavours. Jl. Petitenget No. 19X, Kerobokan Bali +62 361 737 809

SOS - this rooftop bar, aka Sunset on Sixth, blends cocktails with charcoal grills - Jalan Abimanyu, Seminyak  +62 361 737 773


The restaurants change often in Bali, check local listings or travel guides such as Bali Eats