5 Cafés Worth Visiting in Bali

Bali has set its position as a popular destination for holiday, because who doesn’t love good food and coffee, amazing view and relaxing ambiance?

Café-hopping at Bali has surely become common in this island of God, but sometimes the best café in Bali need to have more than just great coffee. Find hidden gems that are well worth a visit.

1. Sisterfields
Always make it in the top list as one of the coolest places to hangout in Bali, Sisterfields brings the iconic café culture of Australia into the heart of Seminyak, Bali. Located in Seminyak, this favourite catch up spot for the island’s in-crowds and travelling foodies serves an all-day breakfast, brunch and lunch menu alongside a wide range of coffees, cakes and pastries. Everything is made from top quality homemade ingredients, cooked from scratch each day.

Jalan Kayu Cendana No. 7,
Bali – Indonesia
Phone. +62 811 3860 507

2. Mrs Sippy
This bright and airy new kid on the block is definitely worth a mention as one of the most talk-about new hangout venues in Bali. The 800 square metre saltwater pool and diving platform is the central focus of Mrs Sippy Bali. With soft curves, rendered edges and gentle beach entries, the pool is surrounded by Mediterranean-style architecture, creating perfect place for swimming, sunning and dancing from day to night.

Mrs Sippy Bali
Jl. Taman Ganesha, Gang Gagak 8,
Kerobokan, Seminyak
Bali – Indonesia
Phone. +62 361 335 1079

3. Revolver Espresso
Hidden in plain sight in Seminyak, a chic space with a hint of the slightly eccentric with a mishmash of unexpectedly cool signs and pillows, and the signature table filled with currency from all over the world, Revolver Espresso sourcing only the best beans from the best farmers in the world and then roasting and blending in Bali to deliver it fresh to its customers. The food here is also lovely, using organic fruits and vegetables where ever possible.

Revolver Espresso
Jl. Kayu Aya Gang 51,
Bali – Indonesia
Phone. +62 851 0088 4968

4. Café Pomegranate
Located in Ubud, Café Pomegranate features a 360-degree view of lush paddy fields that stretches all the way to Camphuan river. In the morning, you can see Agung Mountain on the northeast and Batukaru mountain on the northwest in Tabanan and in the evening, you can enjoy sight of the stars, fireflies and glimmering lights of village houses in the distance. But one of the prime times is to see the sunset looking over the view of beautiful lush rice field to the west.

Café Pomegranate
Jl. Subak Sok Wayah,
Bali – Indonesia
Phone. +62 878 6080 3632

5. La Laguna
Nestled in Canggu, with a rustic and charming bridge as as its main signature décor, La Laguna feels like something out of a whimsical story book, complete with wooden tree and an enchanting carriage. Get lost in this delightful café and enjoy savory light bites like croquettas to main courses accompanied with potent long island tea and other exotic drinks while viewing the sun sets in the vast ocean.

La Laguna
Jalan Pantai Kayu Putih,
Berawa Canggu,
Bali – Indonesia
Phone. +62 819 9901 5777

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