Amed's many bays are lined with places to eat. You'll be able to choose from simple warungs through to resort restaurants (most, though not all resorts, allow outsiders to dine).
Nor surprisingly there is a heavy focus on seafood and you'll see the daily catches of mackerel and tuna for sale by the side of the road. Plenty of other Balinese and Indonesian standards are offered along with some attempts at international food. Prices are generally moderate.
With a couple of notable exceptions the coffee is inexplicably vile! which was our favourite place to eat in all of Amed. The food here takes a little while though maybe they are just finding their feet as they were only open two weeks when we ate there but is made with real attention to detail. We loved their samosas, and came back more times than we can count for their banoffee pie (served in a glass). Their house-made ice cream is also a treat and the coffee is a welcome machine-made espresso. There's no WiFi but 3G is okay and the little bamboo pavilions each have their own power cable.