Whether you’re in Bali for a romantic weekend break or just looking for the perfect place to grab a coffee, there are plenty of cafes here to satisfy your hunger.
The Southern part of best cafes in bali, namely the area around Nusa Dua is home to 5-star resorts and white sandy beaches. It’s a beautiful destination that’s more popular with tourists than locals, and the beachfront is incredibly picturesque.
One of the cheapest and best cafes in Nusa Dua, TMO is a perfect stop for your morning caffeine fix. Stylish decor, great non-dairy options and friendly staff make it a go-to for travellers and locals alike.
Located in Canggu, this vegan-friendly eatery is an absolute haven for those who want to stay healthy while on holiday. Their menu has something for every taste bud, from protein bowls and haloumi and nori bowls to acai bowls and avo dream smoothies.
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Milu by Nook
If you’re looking for an incredibly Instagrammable space, you can’t go wrong with the beautifully designed Milu by Nook cafe in Canggu. With an enviable outdoor terrace, this cosy eatery offers an incredibly relaxed atmosphere that’s sure to be the perfect spot for a post-surf hangout or pre-shopping snack.
Introducing the first ever avocado bar in South-East Asia, this trendy and delicious cafe in Seminyak serves up a range of avocado-based dishes to nourish your body and boost your mood. Think avo pancakes, truffle benedict and avo-coco dream smoothie bowls for breakfast and hummus toast and poke bowls at lunch and dinner.
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Jl. Raya Kerobokan No.5X, Kerobokan Kelod, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361