Ubud is full with all types of restaurants and cafes. After just a couple of meters you will bump into one again. So no chance of getting hungry here... There is a mixed choice of restaurants such as the classy modern looking restaurants, restaurants that only serve organic food and drinks or restaurants that have a gorgeous garden where you can sit on a big pillow on the floor. But there are also the basic ones (but always with some nice decoration) that just offer you what you're looking for good food.
Below is a list of recommended Restaurants & Cafes; it gives you a taste of what you can find in Ubud. Of course there are far more, too many to mention, you can find relatively cheap cafes in and around Ubud and get a fair proportion of tasty, healthy and above all safe food.
If you are into shopping, well, look no further, there are so many shops and shopping experiences to be had in Ubud and beyond. Below is a list of shops and comments:
- Delta Dewata Supermarket, Andong Rd.
- If you're looking for nice prints of the 'old masters of Bali art' go to the Neka Gallery. It's worth a visit even if you're not after prints. Here you will find the original of the most (poorly) copied painting in all of Bali; 'Mutual Attraction' by Abdul Aziz, and the story of how these two got together.
- Rai Pasti Tailor on Monkey Forest Road, south of Café Wayan and on the opposite side.
- Books - Periplus books on Jalan Raya down from Casa Luna, knowledgeable staff.
- Ubud Music in the main street between the markets/palace corner and the supermarket – books and music and Ganesha Book shop.
- Bali Becak for beads. In monkey Forest Rd near the soccer pitch.
- Ubud Beads has wonderful gemstone beads. Two shops in Monkey Forest Road and one also in Celuk.
- Fatma for jewellery, t-shirts and nick-nacks. Also in Monkey Forest road.