It’s time to make your friends jealous. If you’re visiting Bali, one kinda-happening thing that you have to do is get breakfast somewhere other than your hotel. Lately, lots of restaurants are popping up showing off their signature menu with a very nice interior design. These restaurants are more like heaven-on-earth for those who like to strike a pose in front of the camera and of course, for food bloggers.
These are the spots that BALIGO recommends:
Home Mate Bali located in Petitenget has just updated their breakfast menu that’s not only healthy, but also delicious and eye-catching.
All breakfast menu options come in 2 courses; for example, the Eggs Benedict is paired with the Dragonboat Smoothie Bowl, and the Creamy Avocado Toast with Smoke Salmon is combined with Banana Oatmeal and Cinnamon Toast. For drinks, you can choose between an authentic Home Mate Tea, Bellocq Etuille de Indie Tea, Chilled Yuzu Sencha, Coconut Water or Coffee.
When: Monday – Sunday 07.30 – 22.30
Where: Jl. Petitenget No. 1A, Seminyak
More Info: +62361 4731 615
For those of you who can’t really “wake up” without coffee, Grain Espresso Bali offers many kinds of high quality coffee, made from 100% custom blend Arabica beans processed with an Espresso machine from La Marzocco. Take a peek at their All-Day Breakfast Menu which is light yet healthy with items such as salad and half lobster, or unique such as the Twice Baked Goat Cheese Tart, or sinfully good such as Grain’s 100% Ground Australian Beef.
When: Monday -Sunday 08.00 – 22.00
Where: Jl. Raya Seminyak 16B (Close to Bintang Supermarket)
More Info: +62361 730 528
Another new option is the Bali Bohemia Ubud that presents Levantine Cuisine like hummus, tabouleh, and baba ghanoush, surrounded with beautiful Bohemian items and colourful artworks. Located right behind Monkey Forest, Bali Bohemia faces the parking spot with a lush green valley that’s easy on the eyes. If you’re lucky, you can see those monkeys hanging around the restaurant.
Where: Jl. Nyuh Bojog – Nyuh Kuning, Ubud 80571
More Info: +62 812 3881 4465
Presenting themselves as a fully-halal, authentic Balinese restaurant Warung Basang Bali got attention from travelers who were hunting for halal Balinese dishes. One of the most favorite is called Lawar Kunglah, a dish made from young coconut’s shell which is rarely found. While enjoying your breakfast, the atmosphere is old-fashioned with photos and antiques from the 70’s.
When: Mon – Fri 7.00 – 22.00
Sat – Sun 7.00 – 23.00
Where: Jl. Raya Tuban 58A, Kuta
More Info: +62361 761 224