10 Coffee Shop In Bali You Should Try – Part 2

6- Butter Bali – Pantai Berawa #44, Canggu

Tucked in the streets of Canggu is this seamlessly charming indigo and white cake and coffee shop. Once this place has caught your attention, walking in will make you glad you came here: This place has a gentle quaint touch to it with hand drawn murals, a faux fireplace, and blue hanging teapots. Butter Bali is actually the dream of a Polish lady, who traded her corporate life in the bustling city for a coffee shop in the quiet island of Bali – and since 2011 hasn’t looked back.

7- Anomali – Kayu Aya Street #7b, Seminyak

Anomali cafe is where you’ll find serenity for some great coffee and conversations. The industrial design exudes a minimalistic chic vibe, but that’s perfectly offset with the red colour, which breaks this routine thereby adding some spunk to it. The coffee itself harnesses that honest taste that is made from 100 percent Indonesian roast. It’s freshly made using high-quality coffee beans, that’s perfected by passionate and friendly baristas. The machines that are used to make these fine pieces are equally impressive that produce the best coffee every time.

8- Monsieur Spoon – Kayu Cendana Street #2, Oberoi

This bakery is a haven for those with a sweet-tooth – macarons, various kinds of croissants, and viennoiserie swirls are just a few items you can dig into here. The goodness in this store shall ensure you’re back for more. But don’t fret if you’re a savoury foodie because they have great items like Croque Madame (toast, smoked ham, cheese, bechamel, and fried egg) and several kinds of quiche. That’s not all, they serve several kinds of sandwiches, crepes (both sweet and savoury), and large breakfast offerings.

9 – Sari Organik – Subak Sok Wayah Street, Ubud

Unlike other cafes that are set amidst the hustle and bustle of the city life, or tucked away in a corner, Sari Organik cafe is actually located on an organic farm. About 800 meters, walking distance from the busy markets, here you’re surrounded with rice terraces that make you realize you’re chowing down a healthy meal. There’s plenty of menu choices that range from chicken to gluten free, and organic vegetarian ones too. When you’re there, don’t forget to try the Sari salad (freshly picked from the gardens in front of you), and Dairy free pizza (vegetables served on focaccia bread, with olive oil and spices).

10 – Watercress – Batu Belig Street #21A, Denpasar

Here’s the deal with Watercress: They’re obsessed with their coffees. So much so that they hand carried their latté glasses from Australia because Indonesia didn’t have the right size! With so much attention to detail, you can expect nothing less with your coffee. The house blend is 100 percent Arabica from Colombia, Guatemala and Papua, while the milk comes from Australian cows imported into Java. You’ll hang on to every drop of coffee made here, for its wholesome goodness and aromatic tease.

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