Established across the side of Monkey Forest, Habitat is a restaurant deeply emphasis in developing the surrounding environment and support each other through delicious dishes made from fresh ingredients. They put genuine effort to use the best locally-grown products by partnering with local suppliers. The interior also defines their ‘eco-friendly’ nature, by deliberate use of bamboo and wooden materials.
Habitat serves Pan-Asian cuisine with modern presentation, with this year’s concept emphasis on Vietnamese food. For a starter, try their Vietnamese spring roll; fresh vegetables, prawn, or pork bacon wrapped with bánh tráng (rice paper), dipped in tasty hoisin sauce.
Then, you can order pho bo or banh mi for the main course. In Vietnam, pho noodle soup is a classic. In fact, it’s widely considered as the national dish. Habitat pho bo consisted of meticulous thin rice noodle with pork meat in a bowl of succulent broth, best savored warm. Meanwhile banh mi is one of the restaurant current staple dishes; sandwich with braised pork belly patty with vegetables and French fries on side. It greatly represents ‘East meet West’ in meticulous way.
Jl. Monkey Forest No.88, Ubud,
Tel. +62 813 5330 8563