Biah Biah is one of the most chilled out restaurants I have been to so far in South East Asia! It is set in a relaxing and cozy atmosphere offering free WIFI, is totally affordable and even has vegetarian and vegan food on the Menu!!! Check it out when you are in Ubud, Bali!
The Restaurant Biah Biah, Ubud Bali
I just loved eating here as it has this tropical ‘chill-out feeling’ to it with the set up and the relaxing music they played. You just felt like you are sitting in Paradise, well, which you were 🙂 And the food was just finger -licking-good 🙂
***Tip: Visit Biah Biah during “Off-peak” times like lunch or dinner, as you had to wait in a cue to get a seat- which was not so relaxing anymore. So if you go between 3pm to 5pm its much better!
Ubud Bali Biah Biah Location
Biah Biah Ubud, Bali Prices
The prices per dish range between 30k to 70k (3 AUD/ 2.80 USD to 7 AUD/6.70 USD) Lucky for us veggos our food ranges in the 30k (2.90 USD/3 AUD/ 2.50 EUR) mark 🙂 So you can go nuts eating at Biah Biah 🙂
The Dishes at Biah Biah Ubud Bali
Vegetarian Gado Gado
One of Bali’s signature dishes and here they serve the vegetarian version of it as well 🙂 In the center you have steamed white rice and surrounding it you find 5 vegetarian dishes and some veggie chips.
- Green beans with a peanut sauce
- Sautéed green veggies with peanuts sauce
- Tempeh and tofu sautéed in a sweet sour sauce
- Cold spinach salad topped with shredded Coconut
- Half boiled egg with spicy sauce (vegans just order it without egg)
Stir fried Rice Noodles
Nice and light the rice noodle are sautéed with Asian green leafy veggies, carrots and white cabbage and for proteins added crispy fried tempeh, peanuts and tofu.
I always chose the rice noodles instead of the yellow noodles as it is gluten free and lighter for you stomach and digestion 🙂
Warm brown sticky rice topped with coconut milk
Oh how I love the taste of Cocouts!!! This dish is lightly sweet and hits the sweet spot! We ordered this dish every single time we went there 🙂
Well, what can I say. We went back there several times! So I totally recommend it! Super relaxed, free WIFI so you can even bring your PC to blog and absolutely delicious food! Only down is that they are really busy during lunch and dinner and hence its best to visit during the “Offpeak” hours in between 🙂
Planning on Visiting Bali?
And are looking for an affordable place to stay ? Then compare prices between Booking.com/Bali and AGODA.COM/Bali for a great selections of hotels, hostels and Bed & Breakfast! These are the two main sites I use in Asia all the time find out why here!
Are you looking to book a flight?
Check out my favorite booking portals to fly to Asia which is Google Flights to find the best dates, Skyscanner.com to compare international flights as well as Jetstar/Australia if you fly from Australia. Air Aisa is another very cheap choice, however I do not like flying with low cost airlines as I know they work their staff way too hard. So I stick with the bigger airlines, This is my opinion though and I flew with Air Aisa a few times already too 🙂
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