All listings in this guide have different means of identification. This guide can be searched;
- By location only select the area you are interested in from the drop down box.
- By cuisine only [where to find Seafood restaurants, or Japanese, etc.] Balinese, Lombok, Middle Eastern, Café Style, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Indian, Indonesian, International, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malaysian, Mediterranean, Mexican, Seafood,Thai, Vegetarian
- By location and cuisine [where to find Seafood restaurants in Mataram or Japanese in Senggigi, etc.]
- Restaurant Name ( if you know it )
- by Hotel to discover whether a particular hotel has any of it's restaurants listed, so far, in this guide, select the hotel in question from the appropiate drop-down box.
Some listings will be repeated under a number of different headings. A Japanese restaurant may have enough seafood or vegetarian selections to warrant inclusion under those headings as well, or a place may have a better than average selection of a number of different cuisines.
A warung is an Indonesian café or small restaurant, most often family-run, where people go to eat rather than for a night out. These are only listed when they are considered suitable for tourists and give an insight into local food. If the warung makes a good enough attempt at western food, then they may also be included in the International section.