Awarded as the Best Restaurant in Indonesia 2018 again! Locavore climbed to the 21st position this year of best restaurants in Asia.
Locavore was listed as one of the best Asian restaurants based on thousands of dining surveys conducted by Opinionated About Dining.
Awarded as the Best Restaurant in Indonesia 2017. Locavore placed 22nd earning the "Highest Climber Award" jumping from 49th place the previous year.
Locavore, described as "Modern European cooking with hyper-local ingredients in mountainous Ubud," scored the 49th spot on the coveted Asia's 50 Best Restaurants.
Locavore’s chefs were given a prestigious award for a “significant achievement in rethinking menus and traditional restaurant concepts”.
Restaurant Locavore is delighted to display the Slow Food Bali Snail of Approval, awarded for it commitment to local food, fair treatment of staff and responsible waste management.
Voted by a handful of picked hospitality and FnB professionals on the island, Restaurant Locavore was chosen as the top venue who they believe give the best dining experience!
Restaurant Locavore was named THE BEST FINE DINING RESTAURANT in Indonesia and #8 in Asia.
Restaurant Locavore was named THE BEST FINE DINING RESTAURANT in Indonesia, #2 in Asia and #23 worldwide!
Restaurant Locavore was seated 3rd as the best fine dining restaurants in Asia. Having millions of travelers as judges, need we say more?
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Locavore has a buzz. People are talking. Some purring. Booked solid every day and not a stitch of advertising. Situated down the small street that runs between Monkey Forest Road and...
Jakarta. The fourth edition of Asia's 50 Best Restaurants list was unveiled during an awards ceremony held at W Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand, on Monday (29/02).
The first Ubud Food Festival brought together some of the finest chefs from Southeast Asia and beynd. It provided the perfect opportunity to ponder whether Western chefs in the region should be considered dietary dignitaries or...