Thoughtful interiors, delicious foods and attentive service staff make Bali’s café scene a must visit for well-travelled millennials. Doyenne.sg puts together a few recommendations for your travel consideration.
In recent years, Bali has established itself as a café hopping mecca. Thoughtful interiors, delicious foods and attentive service staff make this Indonesian island a must visit for well-travelled millennials.
With suggestions from Villa-Finder.com, a leading distributor of only the best villas in Bali, Thailand and Sri Lanka, Doyenne.sg has put together a few recommendations for your travel consideration.
Jalan Petitenget No 12, Petitenget, Bali
Opens daily from 6am to 5pm
Spotting a trendy, fun and cheery vibe, Kynd is a plant-based café community in Seminyak. On a mission to show everyone just how good plant-based food really is, one can ease into chilling out in this cosy café with great food, friendly service and a creative pink concept.
The acai bowl, coffee and toast came highly recommended by well-travelled visitors. Not only will you change your perspective about leading a plant-based lifestyle, the restaurant also gives out random letters of encouragement to live mindfully. What a kynd thing to do!
Jalan Pantai Berawa No 52, Canggu, Bali
Opens daily from 7.30am to 10pm
A vibrant neighbourhood café hangout, Milk and Madu is well-known for its hearty breakfasts, tasty burgers and signature revolver coffees. Home to Bali’s first smoothie bowl shack, the Nalu Bowl counter dishes out healthy smoothie bowls in a relaxing ambience. Owned by a local Berawa family, the café is great for lounging and interacting with fellow guests in both the al fresco and indoor dining areas.
Five outlets in Canggu, Seminyak Square, Petitenget, Umalas and Ubud.
Opens daily from 6.30am to 9pm
Monsieur Spoon is a family-run French bakery café. Started by two Parisian cousins in 2012, it serves a tempting range of handmade French pastries, cakes, breads and savouries. The signature all-butter croissant comes highly recommended among the native French community, and is the bakery’s best-seller across Bali.
Other items on the menu include healthy brunches and salads. In particular, the Super Healthy Bowl and Monsieur Spoon Granola are packed with great tasting nutrients and vitamins.
With minimalistic interiors and an open plan concept, guests can relax in a welcoming environment, taking in the smells of freshly baked goods all day.
Jalan Kayu Aya No. 3, Seminyak
Opens daily from 6am to 6pm
Serving Australian style coffee, Revolver Espresso is tucked away in an alley, with a small entrance to the café. A stand out with a funky vibe, it is usually bustling with foodies. Stop over for a potent caffeine fix, and a yummy salad. It is an excellent pit stop for breakfast or lunch.
Jalan Penestanan Kelod No.75, Sayan, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar
Opens daily from 7am to 9pm
If you are on a look out for good vegan dishes, The Alchemy serves raw desserts, chocolates, homemade snacks, and organic superfoods that contain high levels of vitamins and minerals.
With ingredients sourced from their own organic farm and Jatiluwih, guests can relish fresh foods and chill vibes. On a regular basis, The Alchemy also organises cooking classes, talks and workshops about vegan living. Check their Facebook page for the latest updates and information.