Nishiazabu Imadoki Bali Kedonganan Review
Bali English Food & Drink

Nishiazabu Imadoki Bali Kedonganan Review

November 18, 2015

Imadoki Japanese restaurant in Bali is originally coming from Japan. It has another location in Roppongi, Tokyo, and signature dish of Soba. We heard it is quite popular in Japan, and very curious to try it ourselves in Bali. Here’s our Nishiazabu Imadoki Bali Kedonganan Review. All opinions are all ours.



We had tried Imadoki restaurant during the breakfast time, and we got full set of menu for breakfast, which consists of:

  • Salad
  • White rice
  • Salmon
  • Miso soup
  • Soba noodle
  • Egg
  • Potato
  • Combu (kind of sea-grass)
  • Okura (vegetables)

I can say that both of us are not really into Japanese cuisine, but this one is exceptional. The taste suits us perfectly. Really. You should try it yourself.



The price for Japanese authentic cuisine in Bali is not too expensive for Imadoki restaurant. The price is quite reasonable although for us, the local people.



The waitress who served us is very attentive and helpful. She’s always smiling and giving adequate information about some Japanese cuisine which we’re not too familiar with. She also helped to provide the baby booster for Lala to sit and warned us about the table in front of Lala’s head to be careful of — though the ‘bump head’ with the table still happened not long after the warning — :p



With seating capacity of 50 pax, Imadoki restaurant has some smoking area. The restaurant is very neat and elegant, with big glass facing the entrance of the hotel. Some water dropping outside in front of the glass, making it become more natural and destressing atmospher.



This menu is taken from their official website:

天婦羅盛り合わせ / tempura set Rp.160,000
野菜かき揚 / yasai kakiage Rp.55,000
海老かき揚 / shrimp kakiage Rp.85,000
枝豆 /edamame Rp.30,000
酢の物 /sunomono Rp.55,000
うなぎ海苔巻 /unagi norimaki Rp.85,000
ハラス塩焼き /halas sioyaki Rp.80,000
鰆塩焼き /sawara sioyaki Rp.75,000
鰹たたき /kastuo tataki Rp.80,000
もりそば / mori soba Rp.65,000
ざるそば / zaru soba Rp.70,000
かき揚そば / kakiage soba Rp.90,000



This profile is taken from their official website:

Chef Sonoda was born in 1977 as oldest children in Sonoda Families. His father is Chef and He was inspired by his father and would like to be a chef. In 1995 he started to training and practice to be a chef overs 10 years. He joined at Grand Hyatt Tokyo in 2005 to learn a lot of variety of Japanese cuisine. In 2012, he joined with Nishiazabu Imadoki and the company entrusted the product,improvement of food,etc to him. In March 2015, he joined with Nishiazabu Imadoki Bali.


Summary Nishiazabu Imadoki Bali Kedonganan Review

Overall, we had a pleasant experience in Imadoki Japanese Restaurant Bali. For those who’d like to have a truly authentic Japanese cuisine, this is the right place to go to.


Nishiazabu Imadoki Bali Kedonganan

A: Watermark Hotel & Spa, Jl. Uluwatu 88 Kedonganan, Kuta
P: +62 3614725114
Official website

Opening hours:
Breakfast 6.30-10.00 (Last order 09.30)
Lunch 11.00-16.00 (Last order 13.00)
Dinner 18.00-22.00 (Last order 21.00)

This post was sponsored by Watermark Hotel Jimbaran & Imadoki Restaurant. All opinions are our own.

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Eko, Diana & Ariella
Bali, Indonesia

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