Seminyak is a hot bed of everything cosmopolitan & vibrant in Bali. Seminyak’s café scene is alive, well & booming! So don’t worry if your craving a coffee fix or need your morning cafe latte. You can have your favorite coffee top up at one of the many trendy cafes that have become an integral part of the Seminyak holiday experience.
Here are a few fabulous cafes that we know your going to love. If your here on your honeymoon or having your wedding in Bali, these cafes are the perfect places to relax, unwind and go over all the wedding gossip.
Sea Circus Cafe
We simply couldn’t leave this one off the list, given its fantastic location and incredible popularity. Located along Jalan Oberoi in Petitenget, opposite the beach next to La Lucciola Restaurant, this is a popular area for taking a leisurely walk in the morning and next to the very popular Body Worx Day Spa.
Colorful recycled boat woods combined with raw iron furnishings gives this cafe a bright and happy go-lucky, holiday cafe vibe. Its not just your simple run of the mill coffee café but also a casual dining restaurant, fancy cocktail bar and coffee den all thrown into one.
Hence the menu is ultra extensive with almost outlandish items such as coconut lattes or maybe some scrambled vegan tofu is more your style, it’s a foodies experiment, of dynamic proportions. A morning acai bowl washed down with chai tea, or just your traditional eggs Benedict and maybe a ‘bloody mary’ to brush away a few of the wedding party cobwebs from the previous night’s fun and festivities enjoyed along Jalan Eat Street.
Address: Jalan Kayu Aya No.22, Seminyak, Kabupaten Badung, Bali.
Hours: 7.30am – 10.00pm
Phone: +62 361 738667
Pison Café is more than just a coffee shop, it’s an experience where attention to detail is evident everywhere you look; from the Barista’s brass and timber, detailed coffee making, monster of a machine, to the designer takeaway coffee cups and its raw, yet cosy interiors.
In the mornings and throughout the day it is a place to experience some of the finest blended coffees from around the world. As lunchtime strikes, enjoy exotic salads; the ‘Ayam Bumbu Rujak’ will have your taste buds dancing on the top of your tongue. Try the Brioche scrambled egg & house cured salmon, it won’t disappoint.
There is a library of books to choose, plenty of comfy nooks to choose from, sitting at street level taking in all the passer by’s, or head up stairs for a little solitude. In the evenings Pison turns into a different creature with some fantastic live bands including jazz, both local and international talented artists performing.
Address: Jalan Petitenget 19, Badung, Seminyak, Bali.
Hours: 8.00am – 11.00pm
Phone: +62 821 4456 0066
Here we have it; the vegan, vegetarian and health conscious café, that will ignite the belly of the most hardened yogi’s and spiritually driven individuals. Café Organic takes pride in utilizing the freshest and locally produced organic fruits and vegetables, among other vegan orientated ingredients, also of organic inspired origins.
The interiors are certainly unique with a few artistic and environmental inspired features such as the green walls of carefully potted tropical plants and the very striking, GardenGangstas living mural.
The mornings are busy with early rising; health conscious folk craving their favorite coffees accompanied by ‘Acai bowls’ served in fresh coconuts and your preferred detoxing juice, maybe a freshly squeezed ‘ABC’ is the order of the day, how healthy is that?
Spoil yourself with a gluten free ‘matcha pancakes’ for brekky with ‘raw chocolate coulis’ and some ‘chickpea falafels’ for a light and easy lunch.
Address: Jalan Petitenget 99X, Seminyak
Hours: 7.00am – 4.00pm
Phone: +62 821 464 89669
Kynd Community Cafe
Kynd Community Café is the latest of trendy cafes to hit the Seminyak scene with its ultra healthy plant orientated menu and vibrant pastel color schemes it’s a fantastic early morning pick me up right through to all day grazing.
This is one of the new must try cafes on your next family and friend’s expedition to ever evolving Seminyak. The ethos behind ‘Kynd’ is that plant-based foods; veggies, salads and the like, can taste simply amazing, when given the classic ‘Kynd’ touch in preparation and its cooking methods’.
At Kynd you can try a ‘Vitamin Me’ juice coupled with an Affagato Espresso, Tropical sunrise smoothie or a robust ‘Big Boss’ brekky with just about everything breakfast. Gourmet toasts, waffles, pancakes; the list goes on and you could easily sit here all day and chill as you dine on an amazing menu.
Address: 12, Jalan Petitenget
Contact: +62 859 3112 0209
Opening Hours: Daily, 6 am – 4 pm
Revolver Espresso Cafe & Baby Revolver
Revolver, in a relatively short space of time, has joined the list of iconic Seminyak dining institutions that you simply have to visit when exploring the exciting nooks and crannies of Seminyak.
The coffee and vibe here is that good that there is not one but two Seminyak locations; the first in a quiet lane just off Jalan Eat Street and the second, towards the top end of Jalan Oberoi, serving those residing in the upscale Petitenget part of Seminyak. To the rear you will find a small lounge inspired with hues of pink and ultra Instagramable shots can be taken!
Revolver Espresso is just off the shopping strip of Jalan Oberoi, where you enter via a tiny to door into an ultra cosy room, it’s rather small and seats are limited but it has a magical vibe and equally magical tasting coffee of every description. Baby Revolver, opened on the success and popularity of Revolver Espresso, this is a an ideal pit-stop whilst exploring the Petitenget areas of Seminyak.
Kim Soo Cafe
Kim Soo with a little Korean ring to it, and was established in 2015 on Seminyak’s most popular strip Jalan Eat Street, Jalan Kaya Ayu. Originally the building was a typical Dutch Colonial structure and with lots of love, care thought and dedication has become one of Seminyak’s most popular cafes.
With abundant old world charm, Café Kim Soo also trades in home wares, thus the interiors are incredibly tastefully decorated, with merchandise that is hard to resist; a mild spending spree on a few items to take home post coffee and breakfast for a fabulous start to your day.
The home-wares are of raw and natural materials from around the Archipelago; recycled timbers, hand-made ceramics and glass wares. This sense of natural aesthetics, leads you into the cafes menu, which is simple, oh so tasty and boasts a host of old fashioned family favourites. Delights such as French toast, vegetable quiches, delectable lamingtons and tangy lemon cakes compliment the menu. It’s a great place for afternoon tea and the local Balinese Baristas are carefully trained by an Italian master barista.
Address: Jalan Kayu Aya No. 21 Seminyak
Hours: Early – 5.30pm
Phone: +62 813 5350 0985
Monsieur Spoon Café
Monsieur Spoon is one of Seminyak’s most well known cafes with a well established history and several outlets; a French styled bakery in Canggu, Seminyak, Petitenget, Ubud and Umalas.
Monsieur Spoon is traditionally famous for their amazing fluffy and light croissants, prepared in-house each morning. This French, family run business was established in 2012 by two brothers and obviously brilliant pastry chefs, as by lunch time the croissants are more often than not completely sold out.
But there’s more than just croissants with a selection of fine hand-made pastries, assortment of cakes, savory loaves of bread; all amid comfortable surrounds. All of these go down perfectly with house blended coffees and elegant tasting teas.
The absolute must try’s beyond the chocolate and almond croissants include Lemon Meringue pies, chocolate, raspberry and almond cakes, chocolate éclairs and colorful Macaroons.
Address: Jalan Kayu Cendana No. 2 Oberoi
Hours: Early – 9.00pm
Phone: +62 878 6280 8859
Elgin Avenue Cafe
Elgin Avenue, with its namesake from an East Melbourne street near the inner city of Melbourne, is a small café on the border of Seminyak and Kerobokan. Situated along Jalan Mertanadi where you will find Sunset Point Shopping Centre on the corner along with Sunset Road intersection.
The owners are a young couple of Balinese entrepreneurs’, who studied hospitality at the renowned William Angliss Institute of Hospitality in Melbourne, thus their menu and coffee Barista skills are a direct representation of their quality schooling in Australia.
They produce their own cold pressed, bottled coffee which is heavenly along with all of your traditional coffee favourites. The café is bright, quite small and has an element of industrial design to its interiors. The menu is fantastic for breakfast or lunch and specialities such as the Peri-Peri Chicken Burger and Sticky Date Pudding with fresh cream, may have you dining there on more than just one occasion.
Address: Jalan Mertanadi No.82 Kerobokan Kelod, Kuta Utara, Bali.
Hours: Early until 5.00 pm
Phone: +62 877 6131 4449
The Koop & Roaster Café
The Koop & Roaster Café is conveniently located along Jalan Drupadi which eventually joins Seminyak’s famous Eat Street, at the top end of Jalan Kayu Aya. The atmosphere is casual and cozy and great for kids with the hospitality here rather exceptional, excellent service all round and reliable Wi-Fi if you need to do some holiday work.
The café is built over two floors and if you like to start your day with the traditional smashed avocado type of arrangement with good quality coffee then this is right up your alley.
There is also plenty of upstairs seating to relax, where downstairs is a little busier and it’s all about the coffee making process. The interiors are tastefully rustic and there is a fantastic selection of all styles of coffee. Try the “Cold Blew” and ice, an iced black coffee done to perfection that will put a little added perk in your day of busy, holiday shopping.
Address: Jalan Drupadi No. 66, Kuta Kabupaten Badung, Seminyak, Bali.
Phone: +62 361 934 7987
Hours: Early – until 3pm