Bali Cafe’s: A foodie’s haven

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With dining experiences ranging from casual warungs to fine dining restaurants, street food to cool cafes, Bali is a foodie’s haven. Whether you’re an avid coffee enthusiast or looking for a casual spot to wind down after a day at the beach, these Bali cafes are guaranteed to satisfy your search for good food and good vibes.

Bali is a melting pot of various cuisines brought together by Bali’s cafe owners who bring in the best of the best culinary delights to this island paradise, resulting in a gastronomical delight that the rest of the world can only dream of.

If you want to spend your holidays sipping some choicest of cocktails while soaking in some mesmerising sunsets, on white sandy beaches while enjoying some world class music and just relax and unwind, then plan your Bali tour package and get ready to soak in some Vitamin Sea and rejuvenate amongst some picturesque views and panoramic vista of the Indian Ocean.

Our pick of 20 Stunning Cafes in Bali

From Ubud to Uluwatu and Seminyak, Sanur and Canggu too, here’s where to go for the very best breakfast, brunch and delicious lunch in some of the Best Cafes in Bali which have some stunning views and Insta worthy dishes too.

Avocado Factory, Canggu

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Set against a backdrop of rolling rice terraces in Canggu, The Avocado Factory is the first of its kind, not just in Bali but in South East Asia. This unique concept features a healthy menu where every dish contains  – avocado, in some form – smashed, sliced, puréed, take your pick. Everything on the menu is made using only the freshest local produce( Bali or Java), presented in a way that begs for an Instagram moment.

Cuisine: Healthy, Western & International

Address: Jl. Pantai Batu Mejan

Bookings: +62 813 3738 2521

Opening Hours: Daily, 7am – 11pm

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Crate Cafe, Canggu

This buzzing hangout spot is tucked away on a quiet lane just off Batu Bolong, home to iconic industrial-chic interiors, bold murals and of course, a long queue in front of the door every morning for its affordable and epic breakfasts. But don’t fret, the super fast service means their smoothie bowls and awesome coffees are never a long wait and you can always pass the time by browsing their designer boutique.

Step into the vibrant world of CRATE, where food, art, and community converge to create a lively and attractive atmosphere. As one of the island’s culinary hotspots, CRATE is renowned for tasty and health-conscious cuisine that celebrates life to the fullest. The café’s dynamic atmosphere extends beyond its delicious dishes to encompass a concept store, a gallery, and regular vibrant events.

Here, you’ll find the perfect harmony of good music, great food, superb coffee, and wonderful company. Select from an array of nourishing superfood options including Super Bowls, fresh wraps and a range of smoothies. Don’t miss their aromatic in-house brewed coffee, delivering a powerful caffeine hit that’s as invigorating as the café itself.

Cuisine: Healthy

Address: Jalan Canggu Padang Linjong 49

Bookings: +62 812 3894 3040

Opening Hours: Daily, 6am – 5pm


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A one-stop-shop for brunch and bakery goodness, Baked is located in Berawa and  Pererenan. Head here to start your day right. You can have their creamy poached eggs for breakfast, fresh out of the oven sourdough bread and buttery croissants or go big with the royal folded eggs with Arctic caviar, or the Korean honey toast with mascarpone, honeycomb and elderflower. Plus, you can also grab some sweet treats to take home, like cruffins, Pastel De Nata and baklava.

This popular joint takes Bali’s brunch game to levels beyond your basic egg and toast. It’s all about brunch goodness here, like Best Scramble with sourdough, brown butter, creme fraiche, roe and chives, which is definitely a crowd-pleaser.

While the cafe itself is beautifully bright and airy, your eyes will focus solely on the food. Baked Cafe is all about coffee aficionados, pastry enthusiasts and sourdough devotees.

Address: Jl. Raya Semat Gg. Kupu kupu No.1, Tibubeneng 

Opening Hours : 7 AM – 4 PM

 Ph: +62-813-3882-13519

RabbitHole Bakery Project

This viral TikTok  Bali cafe is best known for its beautiful decor, where a rooftop aquarium with live koi fish takes centre stage. Aside from its striking interiors, the cafe serves brunch fare and pastries that are almost too pretty to eat.

Their bestselling White Chocolate Croissant is a must-try. The croissant is filled with vanilla bean custard, chocolate cream and strawberry cream. If you are a fan of Matcha, you can also get the Matcha Croissant, packed with a dense matcha custard.

A haven for croissant enthusiasts  The Rabbithole Bakery Project is in the heart of Canggu.  Beyond its aesthetic appeal, this picturesque spot combines passion, precision, and creativity to offer classic buttery croissants and innovative flavor twists. Every detail, from the flaky pastries to the captivating environment, is meticulously crafted, making it a perfect Instagrammable experience.

Address: 84XV+JRX, Tibubeneng, Kuta Utara, Badung Regency, Bali
Opening hours: Daily 7am to 7pm

Milk and Madu

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Milk & Madu is known for its all-day breakfasts, fantastic brunches, gourmet lava stone pizza and abundant dinners. This kid-friendly favourite has all day arts & crafts, daily happy hour and live music on special nights. With a breathtaking open space, it is the perfect setting for post-surf and pre-shopping hangs. 

With inspiration derived from Australia’s iconic cafe scene, Milk & Madu paints a culinary narrative that delights the palate and engages the senses. If you find yourself exploring Ubud and want to know Things to do in Ubud, they have another beautiful location right in front of the King’s Palace, diagonal to the Ubud Market – so you can get your Milk & Madu fix throughout Bali!

Cuisine: All day breakfasts, fabulous lunches & fantastic dinners
Address: Jalan Pantai Berawa No. 52
Bookings:+62 851 0278 1872
Opening Hours: Daily, 7am – 10pm

Coffee Cartel

Coffee Cartel is everything you’re looking for in a Bali cafe – delicious food, specialty coffee, gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options, Instagrammable aesthetics, fast Wi-Fi, and spacious seating areas. With two locations to choose from – Coffee Cartel Seminyak or Legian – you’ll be spoiled for choice.

For true coffee connoisseurs, Coffee Cartel boasts a signature blend originating from North Wollongong in Australia and is one of the only few licensed coffee Q Graders in the world. To complement their iconic Ripple printed coffee, you can also enjoy a breakfast and lunch menu inspired by classic modern Australian dishes, made with only the best ingredients the island has to offer.

Cuisine: Modern Australian

Address: Jl. Werkudara No. 8 

Bookings: +62 812 4601 0515

Opening Hours: Daily, 7.30am – 6pm

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Cafe Organic

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Nestled in scenic Seminyak, this culinary gem along Bali’s coast specializes in crafting mouthwatering vegan and vegetarian cuisine. From farm to plate, their emphasis on fresh, locally sourced ingredients infuses every dish with vibrant taste and nutritional goodness. With a simple approach, each bite tells a story of passion and dedication to wholesome cooking. Whether it’s a crisp salad or a hearty vegan curry, their dishes are a celebration of nature’s bounty, proving that healthy eating can be utterly delicious.

Cuisine: Health food, plant-based, vegetarian with vegan & gluten-free options

Address: Jalan Petitenget No. 99X, Seminyak

Bookings: +62 821 4648 9669

Opening Hours: Daily, 7am – 10pm


Sisterfields in Seminyak is one of the area’s OG cafes. This Australian cafe is housed in the centre of Seminyak, and offers all-day breakfast, brunch, and lunch. Quality coffees are another thing Sisterfields is known for, alongside their house-made bakes prepped fresh daily.

Address: Jalan Kayu Cendana No.7, Seminyak, Bali 80361

Opening hours: Daily 7am to 9pm

Tel: +62 811-3860-507

Revolver Espresso

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One of the OG’s when it comes to Bali’s caffeine obsession, Revolver Espresso is where you go for some seriously good coffee. What started out as a tiny boutique coffee shop tucked away down a little laneway in downtown Seminyak, has become one of the island’s best known coffee brands, with top-notch beans sourced from the best farmers, roasted and blended locally in Bali. Revolver now has two Seminyak locations (and one in Canggu, too). You could easily forget you’re in Bali while being in this city-warehouse-style coffee nook.

Opening Hours: 7 AM – 12 AM

Phone Number: +62 851-0124-44468

Cuisine: Australian, All day breakfast


With bustling locations in both Seminyak and Ubud, Watercress is renowned as one of the best amongst Bali’s cafe scene with its reputable 10 years of service.

Immerse yourself in a world of gourmet delights, meticulously crafted from locally sourced produce.

From mouth-watering breakfast options such as the Benny Brunch, to healthy and hearty mains including fresh salads and wraps – every bite will leave you craving for more. Enjoy happy hour with one of their cocktails daily from 5 to 7pm at Ubud and 3 to 6 and 9pm onwards at Batu Belig. If you enjoy a bit of live music, be sure to visit the Ubud location on Wednesday and Friday

Cuisine: Wholesome, international & fresh food

Address: Jalan Batu Belig No. 21A 

Bookings: +62 851 0280 8030

Opening Hours: Daily, 7.30am – 10pm

Neon Palms


Neon Palms has a lively atmosphere, vibrant tropical decor and a truly unforgettable dining experience in Seminyak. The menu features a variety of flavorful dishes, with options to suit all palates.

For those looking for something light, there is a range of starters, small plates and light salads. If you are seeking something sweet, indulge in an array of desserts, including the mouthwatering peanut butter semifreddo or the frozen chocolate margarita.

Cuisine: Australian breakfast, Asian inspired tapas, tacos & mains

Address: Corner of Jalan Kayu Aya & Jalan Kayu Jati 

Bookings: +62 813 5379 4644

Opening hours: Daily, 8am – 11pm

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Gooseberry, Uluwatu

Step into a hidden gem gracefully perched above the breathtaking Bingin Beach.. The enchanting ambiance of Gooseberry, caters to both food enthusiasts and nature lovers, captivating all who step inside.

Indulge in a gastronomic adventure with the meticulously crafted menu, showcasing the freshest of local ingredients. Infused with traditional Balinese flavours and modern innovative twists the menu delights every taste bud. 

From the creative head who has spearheaded Bali’s internationally-acclaimed lingerie and swimwear label, Gooseberry Intimates, the sister cafe and restaurant is a tropical oasis of modern cuisine, air-conditioned interiors and a sun-soaked pool for a post-brunch dip.

Cuisine: Modern Casual French

Address: Gang Pirta Pecatu 

Bookings: +62 821 4482 3166

Opening Hours: Daily, 8am – 10pm

Ours Bali

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Nestled in the vibrant atmosphere of Uluwatu, Ours Bali offers a unique living space that harmonises open-air Bali style with Scandinavian architecture, creating an inviting atmosphere brimming with rustic, natural, and bohemian charm. Drawing inspiration from European and Mediterranean influences, Ours Bali presents a diverse array of culinary offerings crafted with the finest locally sourced ingredients. A mere 8 mins away from Impossible Beach, you can gorge on some delectables here after a great surf run at the beach.

Uluwatu’s favourite all-day cafe and restaurant, Ours would fit right into Bondi Beach.

Tuck in on some shakshuka for breakfast, before coming back for the crispy skin salmon at lunch and the chicken stroganoff for dinner. All of this is best enjoyed with Ours’ list of classic cocktails. And with a focus on high quality local ingredients and a sustainable approach to food, you will not regret this culinary experience.

Cuisine: Mediterranean, European

Address: Jl. Labuan Sait No. 39, Pecatu (Location Map)


Opening Hours: Daily, 8am – 11pm

The Cashew Tree

A short stroll away from the cliff-tops of Bingin, The Cashew Tree is where families mingle over brunch and lunch in the al fresco restaurant, and come back again in the afternoon for a cold juice or smoothie. The fully stacked menu is fresh, healthy and organic, with plenty of vegetarian and vegan dishes alongside platters of fries and an epic cocktail list. There’s even the uber-popular Bali Training Centre here, meaning you can tag a workout onto your morning coffee fix and swing by after for a much-needed fuel-up.

Their garden café has cultivated a devoted following and earned legendary status among both expats and island visitors, and it’s easy to see why. The spacious and airy garden is cleverly designed with various seating areas, ensuring you’ll never feel crowded.

This layout makes it a breeze to savour their incredible menu filled with organic, locally sourced delights.

For lunch and dinner, The Cashew Tree transforms into a mecca for colossal salad bowls that will forever change your perception of salads. If you’re not in the mood for greens, you can always opt for a juicy burger. Regardless of your preference, you’ll definitely find your favourites here, and what truly sets the café apart is their unwavering commitment to flavour.

Open Everyday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Jalan Pantai Bingin No.9, Pecatu, South Kuta, Badung, Bali 80361

Ph: +62 859 5378 9675

The Loft

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Discover the ultimate fusion of Bondi and Bali at The Loft, with locations in Canggu and Uluwatu. This trendy hotspot offers more than just a meal; it’s an aesthetic experience with fairy floss hues, high ceilings, and Scandinavian interiors – perfect for your next Instagram moment. From savoury delights to the best açaí on the island, The Loft caters to all cravings, whether you’re seeking a post-surf coconut, a caffeine boost, a vibrant smoothie, a delectable dessert, or one of the island’s most delicious meals.

Their breakfast menu is both healthy and seriously extensive, so you’ll definitely be a little stuck for choice here. We recommend their Ricotta Hotcakes for something sweet, or their Farm Omelette for a hearty start to the day. The cafe also does delicious acai and smoothie bowls.

Cuisine: Vegan & Australian

Address: Jalan Labuan Sait No. 52

Bookings: 821-4594-4537

Opening Hours: Daily, 7am – 11pm

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Alchemy, Bali

What began as Bali’s first fully raw organic juice bar has grown into a multi-faceted brand offering spaces of inspiration and community; from promoting healthy eating at the Alchemy Restaurant in Ubud & Uluwatu, to providing signature health services at Alchemy Holistic Clinic, and balancing spiritual and physical life through tantra and hatha yoga at Alchemy Yoga and Meditation Center, both located in Ubud.

At Alchemy restaurant, experience the flavours of nature’s abundance while supporting your wellbeing and connecting with a vibrant community. Their ethos revolves around nurturing both oneself and protecting mother earth. Produce is thoughtfully sourced from suppliers practising organic and regenerative methods. The wide-ranging menu now features both cooked and raw options with explosive natural flavours that nourish within.

Cuisine: International

Address: Jalan Pantai Bingin

Bookings: +62 813-3945-7432

Opening Hours: Daily, 8am – 10pm

Lazy Cats

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We called Lazy Cats one of the prettiest cafes in Ubud for good reason. The unique cafe is also a bar and an art gallery, and stars rustic decor with stunning high ceilings to allow in plenty of natural light.

The cafe is vegetarian and most of its dishes are made with locally-grown produce. If you’re looking for light bites, try their 3 Tapas Set, where you get to mix and match three items from the tapas menu. More substantial options are available as well, including healthy bowls, breakfast, burgers, and pizzas.

Address: Jalan Raya Ubud Nombor 11, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud,

 Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571

Opening hours: Sun-Fri 8am to 9pm

 Sat 8am to 10pm


Littletalks is one of the more unique Ubud cafes on our list. The space is both a library and a cafe—its walls are stacked with books you can grab and read, while you dig into your brunch.

While the eatery offers both Indonesian and Western bites,their latter is more noteworthy. Their nasi goreng sees rice wok-fried in a kaffir lime and candlenut paste so it’s extra-fragrant, then topped with pickles and a sunny-side up. The Gado Gado is another classic, a true-blue Indonesian salad with a myriad of raw and cooked veggies, tofu, and a moreish peanut sauce.

Address: Jalan Bisma, Kabupaten Gianyar, Ubud, Bali 80571
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 7am to 10pm, Sun 7am to 8pm
Tel: +62 878-6162-3977

Akasa Kintamani Coffee

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Another coffee shop with an amazing mountain view is Akasa Kintamani Coffee. They also serve other drinks such as green tea latte, red velvet drink, and milkshake.

Dine with the view of the gorgeous Mount Batur and lake. Visit here during the early hours to catch the sunrise and have a scrumptious breakfast while savouring the majestic view

Address:Penelokan Main Rd Nomor 777, Batur Tengah, Kintamani, Bangli, Bali

Opening hours:
Monday – Friday 06:00 am – 07:00 pm
Saturday – Sunday 06:00 am – 08:00 pm

Cafe Noir

Welcome to Bali’s only 2D Cafe, which seems to come straight out of a comic book! 

Yes, it is exactly what you are thinking. 

It is a two-dimensional space, where pictures certainly play tricks on your mind.

This is a two storey café with a sun terrace equipped with parasols and tables for eating outside. Only the upper floor has a 2D design, which is created from a series of black lines on a white background. You can admire the beautiful library, a fireplace with a crackling fire, tables and chairs richly decorated with carved wood panelling -all in two dimensions! 

The effect is just as intriguing as it is attractive, but we can assure you that you can take a seat comfortably and you can enjoy good and cheap food too! Pizzas and many delicious pasta dishes, Indonesian classics and a fine selection of mocktails. We love Noir for the exquisite cakes and desserts, so it makes for a great morning or afternoon tea spot too!

If you are interested in pictures in the 2D space it is best to wear colourful clothes, this place is perfect as a photo-shoot set. Remember  that Noir Cafe is the only café in the island of Bali with this unique design and therefore all the more reason for you to try it.

Address: Sebelah Freshindo, Jl. Cokroaminoto, Ubung Kaja, Kec. Denpasar Utara, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80116

Are there any child-friendly cafes in Bali with play areas?

Yes and plenty of them. Milk and Madu in Canggu and Ubud, The Cashew Tree and The Habitat in Uluwatu, The Coffee Club in Legian and Kuta Beach, Shotgun Social and Byrdhouse in Sanur, and many more are equipped with play areas and play sets.

Do cafes in Bali offer vegetarian or vegan options on their menu?

Yes. Some of the most popular cafes serve vegan and vegetarian options in their menu.

What is the average price range for meals at cafes in Bali?

If you prefer a mid-range dining experience at restaurants and cafes, expect to spend between IDR 80,000 to IDR 200,000 (approximately $6 to $14 in USD) per person

What are the typical opening hours of cafes in Bali?

Most Cafes in Bali open pretty early in the mornings usually between 7 am and 8 am and are open until 10-11 pm barring some bake houses and breakfast joints

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