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Come and Be Delighted

Bringing the food we love and know, to this heaven on earth called ‘Bali’- “An Island of Thousand Gods”. People come here from all over the globe, to cherish nature, culture and food.

Indian migration has spread culinary traditions of India to the world. ‘Curry’ an Indian staple is savored everywhere. It has even left its influence or presence on other world cuisines.

Adapted to the tastes wherever it goes, taking the form of butter chicken or a chicken tikka masala to the ferocious Vindaloo’s “Indian cuisine” is known for its flavors and aromas. The feeling of having a luxurious meal is the first thing that an eater gets as aromas envelop around.

This is what our Indian Chefs have been working on and developed in the past three years. They have created a menu that celebrates subtle spices and delicate Indian flavors totally suited to each and every person that visits . And that is what is our ethos to work toward giving you the best Indian food.

or ‘guest’ (literal meaning) is the driving force behind what we do. We follow the Indian tradition of  ‘ devo bhava’, that means every guest is like God. Every meal is made fresh and according to the spice levels and needs of our guest.

serves a cuisine straight from the Maharaja’s courts which is custom made to your taste buds. Be you a modern yoga vegan, an Indian vegetarian, a person comfortable with non-gluten options or a regular eater who loves to eat variety of food, we are here for you.

Our Indian restaurant is located in the tourist area of Legian, Kuta Bali. We combine the best Indian food with the best hospitality and make it an experience that you will want to indulge in again and again.

Come to on every Wednesday and Friday and this experience is enhanced by our beautiful Bollywood music. being the first and only restaurant to give you live Bollywood music band.

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It is ranked in the best on trip advisor amongst the Indian restaurants in Bali. '' is gradually making it's mark in events and caterings, where the food quality is given the utmost importance with service with a smile. So whether it is a private function, a conference, a birthday or a wedding, do contact us for special quotes.



"We ate here twice on our stay and the food is great, it's nice to have an authentic meal def recommended"

- Kerry Darren -

"It is best place to go for Indian food and special veg indian food. I guarantee u won't miss food from India"

- Ravi A -

"The food was very tasty, we had a vegetarian and a lamb dish, rice and nann bread. The staff were very helpful and were very sweet."

- 781karenh -

"The best indian food i have ever eaten, now it will be hard to find an indian restaurant in Victoria that is near that good. Staff are amazing too"

- tmw772 -

"Excellent in every way - efficient service, great food and reasonably priced. We had Tikki Masala Chicken, Rogan Josh, mixed vegetables, white rice and Naan bread. Chose medium hot and it was the right choice for us"

- kaandjp -

For a snapshot of bar ; It brings up a mixture of cocktails to shots that blends with our cuisine. The flavor of the food is extended to our special cocktail and mocktail. With its bold colours, combines Bollywood music with western creating a cultural harmony for all our guests who come from all parts of the world to the beautiful island of Bali.

Our full bar is open from 3pm -12 midnite.

We Love It

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Atithi has its cuisine and menu designed by our very famous Indian Chefs Mr. Padam Singh and Mr. Uday Singh. With the emphasis on authentic taste, value Mr. Mukesh(Owner) has his team take care regularly on the oil content and quality of the food products.

In Atithi

Interior has been designed while keeping in mind modernity with Indian ethnicity.

Chai Chai

Oh! Whether starting a meal or ending it, an Indian tea is a must to have. Tea made with ginger, fresh milk and our own Indian tea leaves is dance to out taste buds. If you are encountering a very hot day cool yourself with our mango lassi or shikanji.

Us

The goal being, serving the best food, with a smile. Our team works together to provide food, as you want. From the spiciest to the mildest we serve curries and appetizers just to suit your taste. And if it is not in our menu, ask away. Our chefs love to serve the guests with what they want.

Drinks Perfection

A good selection of all the drinks that you like is available in our restaurant menu. Also available is a selection of wines and liquor to go along with your meal.

Serving You

Atithi has had the pleasure to serve guests at weddings, birthdays, meetings, bazaars and small gatherings or caterings. Personalized Menu and Prices are designed on the budgets and tastes of the group.

Happy Guest - Atithi

A smile of fulfillment and happiness which only comes when the food is upto your standards and taste.

Something for Everyone

Surround yourself with a mix of Indian and western music sung by our own band. Every Wednesday and Friday, our guests get to listen to the one and only in house Bollywood band in any Indian restaurant in Bali.

Tantalizing Your Senses

With the best food in town, we also give you the Best Bollywood restaurant band. Eat your food while thumping your feet with soulful or jazzy Indian music.

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Indian Restaurants Terminology | Blog 2 Nov' 2019
Know your food and likes, common words used in menus in an Indian restaurant.
Here are some good words to know if you are in love with Indian food:
  • Bhuna - medium, thick sauce, with some vegetables (bhunna in Urdu means "to be fried"). Cooked over a period of time.
  • Biryani - spiced rice and meat/veggies cooked together.
  • Curry - the most common name for a meats dish (most often chicken or lamb) with a medium-spicy, brown, gravy-like sauce.
  • Dupiaza/dopiaza - medium curry (the word means "double onion", referring to the boiled and fried onions used as its primary ingredient).
  • Jalfrezi - onion, green chili and a thick sweet and sour sauce.
  • Korma/kurma - mild, white/yellow in colour, with almond and cashew powder.
  • Madras curry - "the standard hot, slightly sour curry at the Indian restaurant."
  • Pasanda - A mild curry sauce made with cream, coconut milk, and almonds or cashews, served with paneer, lamb, chicken, or king prawns. The name was derived from a Mughlai dish of lamb strips beaten to make them tender.
  • Roghan josh - a medium-spicy curry, usually of lamb, with a deep red sauce containing tomatoes and paprika. It derives from a Kashmiri dish of the same name.
  • Sambar - medium-heat, sour curry made with lentils and tamarind.
  • Vindaloo - generally regarded as the classic "hot" restaurant curry. Progressively hotter versions are sometimes called "tindaloo" and "bindaloo".
  • Tandoor - Indian oven, usually fired with coal, giving the food and bread a distinct and yummy flavor.
  • Chapati - Indian wheat flatbread, full of flavor and very light..
  • Daal - Indian lentils(There are at least 10-15 varieties of pulses/lentils in India).
  • Paneer - Indian soft homemade cheese, known as cottage cheese too. Staple of every vegetarians diet.
  • Kebab - Ground meat cooked in a tandoor over a skewer.
  • Tikka - Refers to piece of meat or paneer, or a slice.
  • Pakoda - A fried snack, a fritter. It is also referred to as bhaji in many parts of India.
  • Bhurji - scrambled egg or paneer, made the Indian way with chopped onion and chillies.
  • Paratha - Indian flat breads cooked with a little oil in a tandoor or on a tava.
  • Lachcha - Layered Indian flatbread.

Enjoy eating!

Curry, Curry I Love You Curry | Blog 21 Oct' 2019
An Indian wife married to an expat Indian reporting from Bali...

The other day, cooking at home, asked my husband whether he would be okay eating his chapatis (flat wheat bread) with a dry vegetable dish I prepared with so much love. He looked sheepishly at me and agreed in a low voice. Whatever u cook will be okay for me, my love.

But I knew better, he likes his curries. Being an expat for so long has not changed his preferences. He cannot eat food without curry or a yogurt.

When we are talking about curry in India, ask an Indian from any part North to South, East to West, he cannot think of food without ordering a curry. At any given time, a curry consists of a minimum of 5-6 combinations of spices-Turmeric, Coriander, Cardamom, Cumin, some kind of pepper (black/red), asafetida. Each spice standalone helps us in the smooth working of our body system and helps build our defense system. The combination helps make curry such a strong influence in an Indian life. Whether it be home or a restaurant, curry is always a big part.

The selection of spices for a curry depends on the region and influence of culture. North traditionally uses more of cumin and South more of mustard seeds.Each region and culture lends a specific and colourful taste to a curry.The spices are added at different times while cooking or at the same time to lend the curry its flavor.

Curry, sauce or gravy are different names defining the spices which either coats completely the ingredients (semi gravy) or flavors with a broth. Eaten with a combination of wheat flat breads (chapati) and rice at homes, curry is normally a thick paste which can have vegetables, lentils, meat, seafood .

Curry houses and restaurants started opening across the world as the love for curry grew across the world. At first the curry was adopted to the tastes of the people where the curry house was. But now people have started craving for the authentic taste of the curry. United Kingdom calls curry its ‘adopted national dish’. Other than Britain, curry is amongst the main dishes in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Japan, China and even Africa. Each country has its own delicious curry with dominant flavors and spices.

But the prominence and origin of Curry is in India, the colorful and flavorful my country which has always so much to offer.

Indian Food Etiquettes' | Blog 1 Oct’16
The first modern food machines

The world will turn if I see my grandparents using a fork or a knife while eating. A spoon is still acceptable while eating a Daal. But cut your roti(Indian flatbread) with a knife and it is a sacrilege. What my perception is the fork or the twisting and piercing food machine came into the our lives(the Indian Household) with the invention and introduction of the GREAT NOODLES. Still the knife is a cutlery item, which you will not find in the basic table setting of an Indian household. Majorly because we think everything (even meat) should be cut bite size. Imagine getting a big chicken steak with curry and calling it chicken curry. No ways!!!!


Using the God-given machines

The Indian motto behind using your fingers when eating food is “It becomes more delicious and you know you are eating the food with the right temperature and not burning your taste glands. So before and after eating the first thing to do is wash your hands well. You always eat with the fingers of your right hand thus not making your left hand ‘Jhootha’(I cannot find an appropriate English word maybe ‘dirty’). Never try to play ping pong with your hands. Using your fingers also blends your food well. So if you are eating a roti, tear it into bite size make it a cone/boat/paan shape and scoop your curry into it and take it all the way to your mouth without dripping. Eating rice is much easier so it is better beginners tries the rice and curry. But your goal should be ultimately to eat the roti the Indian style.


Indian food unlike the western food is served all at once on the table with only the sweet following. Guests usually start eating before the host. Ladies of the household hover around you filling your plate (till you completely give up and want to sleep their and then) and generally telling you ‘theek se khao’ ‘kitna kam khate ho’ ‘ ek roti aur du’ ‘arre abhi to kya khaya hai’ and so on.

And don’t forget you don’t ever enjoy the Indian food ultimately till you don’t eat it the Indian way.

9 of The Most Popular Indian Dishes that Make Foodies Love Indian Cuisine
Source : https://wonderfulwanderings.com/popular-indian-cuisine

With all the sumptuous dishes, intricate ingredients and tongue tickling flavors, Indian Cuisine is one of the most popular cuisines in the world. Indian cuisine incorporates a whole palette of flavors – sweet, sour, spicy, tangy – all at once. It is an amalgamation of a wide net of spices, pulses, seasonings and cereals.

Every region in India has its own unique cuisine indigenous to that locale. The types and varieties of dishes available in India are innumerable, all equally delectable. Listed below are 9 of the most popular Indian dishes.

1. BIRYANI

It is a mixed rice dish which can include any kind of meat, eggs or vegetables. It is a flavorful blend of spices, saffron, rice, meat and vegetables. Every place in India is known for its unique type of Biryani. Even though it was originally brought to India from Persia by the Mughals, Biryani is now synonymous with Indian cuisine due to its extensive consumption and evolution by the Indians. The world-famous Biryani can be tasted in Hyderabad, Telangana and Lucknowi Biryani in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.

2. DOSA

Originally from the South of India, Dosa has traveled not only all the way up to North India, but has taken its place on the world map of tasty foods. It is a crisp pancake made from fermented batter of rice and “urad” or the black lentils. Typically it is served with an array of Chutneys and “Sambar”. It is also prepared in a plethora of variations like Masala Dosa, Set Dosa, Uthappam, Paper Dosa, Rava Dosa, 70 mm dosa, Pesarattu, paneer dosa, chicken 65 dosa, cheese dosa and Pizza Dosa.

3. BUTTER CHICKEN/BUTTER PANEER

Think of the most popular Indian cuisine and you’ll think of Butter Chicken/Butter Paneer. It is creamy red gravy which is mildly spiced, yet extremely flavorful. The origin is often traced back to Punjab. Every restaurant and household in India has their own unique recipe for Butter Chicken and Butter Paneer. It’s one of the most popular Indian dishes.

Read more about it here: https://wonderfulwanderings.com/popular-indian-cuisine

15 Interesting Facts Related To Indian Food You Should Know
Source : https://www.scoopwhoop.com/inothernews/food-fact-2/

Food. Everyone loves it, everyone has it. Everyone even talks about it. Food is something we can talk about for hours and hours. You might know different dishes and their recipes. But how much do you know about the history of Indian food? Or how many Indian food-related facts are you aware of? Here are 15 interesting facts related to Indian food you might not know:

  1. 1. India is rightly called the Land of Spices. No country in the world produces as many varieties of spices as India.
  2. 2. Greek, Roman and Arab traders have contributed a lot to the first foreign flavours in Indian cuisine. Who did you think brought the amazing saffron to India?
  3. 3. Staple ingredients of Indian cuisine like potato, tomato and chilli don't have Indian origin. They were brought to India by the Portuguese.
  4. 4. Not only this, the Portuguese also introduced us to refined sugar. Before that? Fruits and honey were used as sweeteners in Indian food.
  5. 5. Here comes a blow! Our very favourite Chicken Tikka Masala, a popular dish in India, is not Indian. It was invented in Glasgow, Scotland!
  6. 6. The first Indian restaurant in the USA was opened in the mid 1960s. Today, there are around 80,000 Indian restaurants in America.
  7. 7. Very little is known about the food and eating habits of the earliest Indian civilization, Indus Valley Civilization, because the ancient language has not been deciphered yet.
  8. 8. According to Indian Food Theory, our food has 6 different flavours: sweet, salty, bitter, sour, astringent and spicy.
  9. 9. Who doesn't like chutneys? Indian food is incomplete without this delicious side dish. But do you know the Britishers loved our chutneys as much as we do? In fact, they named one of the chutneys as 'Major Grey's'. It is still sold in India and is quite famous.
  10. 10. Mithais are an important part of Indian cuisine and celebrations. Payasam , one of the favourite sweet dishes of South India, is a must-serve at important ceremonies like weddings. According to South Indian tradition, a wedding is not over until Payasam is served.

Read more about it here: https://www.scoopwhoop.com/inothernews/food-fact-2/

Eating With Hands Has Many Health Benefits, Including Weight Loss!
Source : https://www.indiatimes.com/health/healthyliving/eating-with-hands-has-many-health-benefits-including-weight-loss-252095.html

Eating food with hands not only fills your body but also the mind and soul. Most Indians still believe in the concept, especially in the south where people still prefer to eat with hands.

According to Ayurvedic texts each finger is an extension of one of the five elements. The thumb is space. Children at the age when they are unable to chew tend to suck their thumb, this is nature’s way of aiding the digestion. The fore finger is air, the ring finger is earth, mid finger is fire and the little finger is water. Imbalance of any of these elements can actually lead to many diseases or disorders in the body. When we eat with our hands we normally stick our fingers and thumb together to eat, therefore when we use all the five fingers to eat food that is when we put all the five elements energising the food and helps in keeping all our pranas in balance.

If you suffer from poor digestion, try eating with hands because the tips of fingers are one of the strongest and often used sensation in the body. The moment we touch our food with hands, the brain signals the stomach that we are about to eat. This in turn, prepares the stomach to digest the food it will receive, aiding in better digestion.

A recent study published in the journal Clinical Nutrition found that people with type 2 diabetes were more likely to be hasty eaters and used cutlery to eat, as compared to people without the condition. If you suspect that you might be eating too fast, ditch utensils and focus on your eating method. You have to deliberately slow it down and see how you feel after eating with hands. You will be amazed by how soon you will get full with less food if you eat with your hands. But do make sure that your nails are trimmed and hands are clean enough to eat food, otherwise you might end up having infection.

Read more about it here: https://www.indiatimes.com/health/healthyliving/eating-with-hands-has-many-health-benefits-including-weight-loss-252095.html

For any Queries, Indian Caterings, Recommendations, or Complaints we can be contacted at :

Mr. Mukesh Paliwal
Call/Whatsapp: +62 361 759839, +62 818166522

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