Places To Eat In Labuan Bajo
There are no shortages of warungs (food stalls) around Labuan Bajo and Flores. For those craving international flavours, Labuan Bajo has plenty of western-style restaurants to satisfy a hungry stomach.
As is typical with any warung, you could get yourself a generous meal consisting of a large portion of rice with any kinds of meat usually chicken, fish and beef, a variety of fried tempe and tofu, vegetables and of course, sambal. Some warung sell grilled fish and meats and for those looking for a snack, fried bananas, tofus, sweet potatoes and more along the main roads.
Just bear in mind your body’s tolerance on hygiene levels before you dig in.
If its pizzas, pasta, BBQ and western dishes are what you’re after, head to any of the established hotels’ restaurants for a nice evening out. There are also plenty of restaurants available now near the main roads; a quick search on TripAdvisor would go a long way with 30 highly rated establishments appearing in Labuan Bajo including Atlantis On The Rock by Plataran, Made In Italy Ristorante Italiano, Mediterraneo, Blue Marlin Restaurant, Komodo Kitchen, Blue Corner and more.
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