Food sanitation in Indonesia emerges as one of the main public consideration as food poisoning cases are still prevalent. In the decentralization era, tourism districts could gain significant advantages in terms of their income, and therefore, food quality becomes one of the main issues to be examined. In 2003, Health Ecology Research Centre analyzed food sanitation-related issue at tourism sites. Observing method was used in 30 restaurants in Bali, along with questionnaire distribution to 130 restaurants. This study is aimed to examine the quality of food sanitation at tourism places in Bali. This study reveals several problems regarding food sanitation at Bali's tourism sites. While some of the water sample collected contained coli, some of the restaurants even did not have any toilet and wash-stand facilities for their costumers. Moreover, some food handlers were still working although feeling unwell. The findings show that there are 17 (57%) low quality water specimens, who have exceeded the nonnal standard amount of coli (10/100 ml for water pipe, and 50/100 ml for water source). Five of these specimens were taken from the water pipe, and others are from direct water sources which 3 samples we got fecal coli. However, the food substances, including juices and other drinks are found with good quality without pathogenic bacteria. Keywords: Food Sanitation, Restaurant, Tourism.