Best Poolside Restaurants in Seminyak

Feel the need for some great food and a pool? Then why not find a restaurant and pool all-in-one? Whether you’re bringing the kids out or go on a date, here are some restaurants and bars in Seminyak that don’t only offer mouthwatering dishes, but also a great time to get lazy by the side of the amazing pool.

Mrs Sippy Bali

Fat Buddha

Fat Buddha is the place to go if you really want to experience the taste of Asian street food in Seminyak. Careful not to mistake Fat Buddha with Laughing Buddha Bar in Ubud!

Unlike most bars that serve a mix of Western and Mediterranean dishes, Fat Buddha offers Indonesian, Malaysian and other Asian menus in their tropical garden settings. The free pool may not be as large as you expect, but it’s enough to cool yourself down after a tasty dish! No minimum spending is required, and you can simply order a cold drink or some healthy lunch or dinner and spend the rest of the time in the pool until they close.

TIIGO, Montigo Seminyak

The restaurant of Montigo offers a vast variety of local dishes served all day long. Both Balinese and other mouthwatering Asian food is served from the live-cooking stations that will leave you craving for more (if you aren’t already satisfied). There’s a pool you can dip into anytime you want to chill after a good meal at the restaurant without any additional cost. Montigo is best for dinner or as a place where you want to spend the evening.

Mrs Sippy

Seminyak is no stranger for beach clubs and pool clubs, but Mrs Sippy really puts the bar high. When it comes to upping the game, Mrs Sippy surpasses all expectations! Its main attraction is the fact that it has the largest freeform saltwater pool on the island, in addition of the 5-meter diving platform for adrenaline seekers! Other than the pool, the menu in Mrs Sippy is also something to look forward to. Ranging from their best-selling burgers and pizzas to Mediterranean inspired dishes and other poolside delights served in their open air kitchen.

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