Dim sum, roasted Peking duck, wonton mee, Hainanese chicken rice… is your mouth watering?
We’re about to tell you where you can get all the best ones!
Enjoy steamy, tasty buns, dumplings and dim sum in Bali at these amazing Chinese restaurants.
Dim Sum in Canggu
“Dumplings with a view” is the Sista Dumpling signature.
It is a contemporary Chinese restaurant that brings Shanghai cuisine to Bali, claiming to have the best xiao long bao on the island – along with some of the best dim sum in Bali.
As well as all the usual Chinese classics, from delicious homemade dumplings and hand-ripped noodles to mala hotpot, you are sure to have your craving satisfied.
Set overlooking beautiful rice paddy views, its an unbeatable stop for chowing down on dim sum, which is why it takes our number one spot 😉
Craving some Singaporean street food? Shuang Xi will help you relive the nostalgia.
This breezy restaurant is like a piece of Singapore in Canggu, with authentic street food, made-to-order.
Our faves? Their signature red bean sesame ball and golden lava pao paired with Singaporean Kopi O!
Island Wok has one of the most reliable and delicious Chinese menus in Bali, serving up all the best dishes like pork dumplings and spicy sichuan beef
They may not have a whole host of dim sum options, but the few they do serve are incredibly tasty. Order up some main dishes with dim sum extras for a full feast!
Dim Sum in Seminyak
Happy Chappy is a Chinese food hot spot in Bali with many branches through Seminyak and Canggu.
Not only is their main menu filled with delicousness, they have a full dim sum menu for you to pick and choose from.
Chicken feet may sound weird, but they are incredible – try something new!
Specialising in authentic Hong Kong egg noodles and roast pork, Super Lucky prides itself in using fresh ingredients and noodles made by Master Noodle makers in Hong Kong – and no added MSG (which is pretty common in Chinese food).
Add some of their speciality dumplings to your order for a dim sum starter or side dish.
Anything you order from Super Lucky is going to make your taste buds dance.
Want to soak up your night of drinking and partying with some dim sum? Say no more.
Mie 88 is a late night spot that serves up their famed dim sum menu until 6am!
Stop by after exploring all the best bars in Seminyak for some dumplings, spring rolls and pao.
I can’t think of anything better to ward off a nasty hangover.
Dim Sum in the Bukit
Accompany your dim sum and Chinese dinner with some amazing live music!
Shanghai Ulu is a modern, breezy spot in Uluwatu combining Western faves with Chinese classics.
Order up some great dim sum, main dishes and cocktails and listen to the acoustic music as the Bali night draws in.
What more could you want?!
Fresh fish and seafood? Yes, please!
Wanaku is situated inside Sidewalk Jimbaran Mall, serving live seafood, authentic Chinese main meals and a selection of dim sum.
Decorated with Chinese lanterns and round tables, you’ll feel like you’re in a classic Chinese restaurant in Beijing.
As well as classic wonton noodles, you can dig into some of the best dim sum in Bali to satisfy that Chinese food craving we all often have.
Feeling a little under the weather? Chinese porridge is a great dish to settle your stomach and give you some much needed energy.
Warung Laota serves the traditional porridge dish alongside some super tasty dim sum options.
Dim Sum in Ubud
Will you find monkeys in this restaurant? No. Will you find some of the best dim sum in Bali here? Yes!
Try one of their specialty mixed dim sum selections which includes Har Gow + Xiao Long Bao + Siew Mai + Fenkow + Crystal Dumplings. I may not know what all those entail, but I know they’re delicious!
Golden Monkey has a comfortable style with lots of red decor. But if you don’t fancy sitting in, order take away or delivery!
Whether its a touch of insomnia keeping you up, or a late night of partying in Ubud, dim sum is a great way to end a late night.
Omiiku is open 24/7, ready to serve you fresh homemade Bakmie any hour of the day.
Although their speciality is homemade bakemie (Indo-Chinese cuisine), their dim sum is equally as tasty with fresh ingredients all day long!
Simple, straightforward, and HELLA tasty, Fu Shou Noodle Club is the embodiment of Chinese comfort food.
Don’t let the tiny restaurant deter you from trying out their homemade chewy noodles and savoury Hainanese Rice.
Their Indonesian take of classic dim sum options are the perfect accompaniment to the tasty main meals.
To finish off your night of partying or to gather up some energy at lunch, dim sum in Bali is a tasty and easy way to dine.
Choose a selection of options, have it as a side dish to your fave Chinese meal or snack away on a few – there is no wrong way to enjoy dim sum!
Featured image: Golden Monkey