5 Top Cafes In Bali

Continuing my Bali guide series from my previous post about affordable villas (more here) and staying at Fivelements (more here), it’s important to know where to eat in Bali! Although there are countless vegan and delicious cafes popping up around the island, I thought I would share with you the 5 best cafes I found in Bali (focusing mostly on the Canggu and Seminyak area).

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1. Café Organic, Seminyak
This is the perfect spot to go with friends who love a healthy organic meal. You can choose to sit indoors or outdoors with a very tropical vibe. Every dish and drink is made from fresh ingredients and always look so sumptuous, you’ll be sure to indulge it in seconds!

5 Top Cafes In Bali

2. The Spicy Coconut, Canggu
Located in the popular street of Canggu, this small café has a more intimate vibe with tables made from recycled . Everyone comes here for vegan delicious smoothie bowls and breakfast meals to start the day or after a good surf along the many coasts of Bali. The dragon fruit smoothie bowl is a must try with fresh fruits!

5 Top Cafes In Bali

3. Bottega Italiana, Canggu
If you love Italian food, you mustn’t miss the place! Come here for the most authentic Italian meal in Bali. You will be sure to find freshly made pastas with your choice of pasta and sauce to go with it. Don’t forget to order drinks and Italian dessert as well!

5 Top Cafes In Bali

4. Veda Café, Canggu
Located right next to one of the Airbnbs I stayed in that I mentioned in my previous blog post (Read it here)! This café has a relaxed ambience with most of their sitting arrangements in an open space under a traditional Balinese roof. With traditional interior and a beautiful pond to compliment your morning (or afternoon meal).

5 Top Cafes In Bali

5. Little Flinders, Canggu
Probably the BEST AVOCADO TOAST EVER can be found here! Little Flinders also serve other breakfast and brunch meals including their French toast which is to die for… The interior itself is also worth checking out, with rustic wooden pastel blue panels, pillows and brass lamps to complete the space.

5 Top Cafes In Bali

Do you have a favourite café you go to in Bali? Let me know in the comments below which were your favourites!

Photos by me and my awesome cousin Christel.

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