Bali Restaurant

Twin Cities, Minnesota

Closed as of Oct 15 09

1410 Nicollet Avenue S
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403


3.8 / 6 votes

rating star
Click a star to rate this entry

Indonesian food, also serving alcohol

Restaurant, Bar

Currently features two labeled vegan dishes, one vegan dessert and their fried rice and soup can be made vegan.

There is also a full bar.

Added by conde.kedar on Oct 28 08 (last updated Dec 6 09)

Edit Clone

Most Recent Reviews

Image for Unny Nambudiripad

rating star

It was really empty when I went there for lunch on Tuesday. The chef was friendly and seemed to know what vegan was, and the food was simple and tasty. The service was friendly. The prices were affordable, but not outstanding. I'd go there again.

rating star

This place is AWESOME! I previously thought this new place was just a bar, but was very plesantly surprised to find out it was a resturant as well. The wait staff were knowledgable about what dishes were vegan. We started with the dumplings which were served with a delicious green sauce. For the main course I had the traditional eggplant dish. If you're like me, you know eggplant is only good when cooked exactly so... not too hard, not too mushy. This eggplant was amazing! The spices were multifaceted and not overpoweringly hot. The portion sizes were just right and the service was on par. I highly recomend supporting this new addition to the Minneapolis restaurant scene.

Write your review

Read all 5 reviews.


Eat Street (Nicollet)


Accepts Reservations

Wheelchair Accessible


$$ - average


  • MasterCard Visa


  • Indonesian


  • Happy Hour
  • Large Group-Friendly
  • Private Rooms
  • Romantic



We don't have any info on this entry's hours. Please add them if you can.