Oberoi Hotels and Resorts



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Guests looking for a luxury dining restaurant in Bali can choose from our traditional, thatched, open-air dining spaces, amphitheatre, beach side cafe and charming bar.

Unique amongst hotels in Bali, each of our dining spaces offers breathtaking ocean views, is surrounded by fragrant, tropical blossoming trees, and is melodious with the sound of waves and playful geckos.

Guests can experience fine European and Indonesian cuisine, be entertained by authentic Balinese music and dance, and unwind in the romantic, paradise island ambience at The Oberoi, Bali.

As well as our luxury dining restaurants, The Oberoi, Bali offers private, candlelit dinners for two under the stars on Seminyak Beach. Guests can enjoy a specially curated menu, designed in collaboration with our masterchefs, accompanied by soft, traditional Balinese instruments and the sound of the ocean. Please contact The Oberoi, Bali for more information.


  • Kura Kura Restaurant, Thatched, Open-Air, Fine Dining Space at The Oberoi, Bali

    Kura Kura Restaurant

  • Frangipani Café, an Al Fresco Dining Restaurant Overlooking Seminyak Beach at The Oberoi, Bali

    Frangipani Café

  • Kayu Bar With Traditional Thatched Roof overlooking Indian Ocean at The Oberoi, Bali

    Kayu Bar

  • The Amphitheatre For an Al Al Fresco Dining, Enjoying Balinese Dance & Music at The Oberoi, Bali

    The Amphitheatre

Kura Kura Restaurant

Kura Kura Restaurant is an open air, fine dining space, named after the turtles that nest on the nearby sands. Under a traditional thatched roof sits a magnificent lily pond, framed by intimate tables and Balinese stone carvings. Kura Kura is a wonderful place to enjoy European and Indonesian delicacies for dinner.

Frangipani Café

Our al fresco Frangipani Café overlooks Seminyak Beach and offers spectacular views of waves crashing upon the shore. Ornamented with rich teak wood, colourful Balinese parasols and framed by tropical coconut, frangipani and hibiscus trees, Frangipani Café is a slice of paradise.

Kayu Bar

‘Kayu’, meaning ‘wood’, is rich with polished teak, wooden carvings, wooden artifacts and ornate with exquisite coconut pillars, hand painted with intricate flower designs. Guests may enjoy classic and contemporary cocktails, champagne and fine wines while being caressed by sea breezes.

The Amphitheatre

Our natural stone amphitheatre is the only venue where guests and the public can experience traditional Balinese dance performances, bi-weekly. Designed in the style of a traditional Balinese palace arena, the amphitheatre features a delightful water body, stone bridge and seating area for al fresco dining.