The 9 Best Brunch Spots In Bali

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Prema Chablani

If you’re in Bali and you’ve missed breakfast, not to worry, The Culture Trip has got you covered with a list of the 10 best brunch spots on the island. From beachside restaurants to large hotel buffets, it’s all compiled in the list below. Get ready and get feasting.

1. La Lucciola

Restaurant, Indonesian

Traditional indonesian green pancakes topping with chocolate and strawberries slices. Breakfast food concept. Top view.
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Brunching at La Lucciola is a treat – the good view and delicious food makes it the perfect place to relax. The restaurant, a large two-storey, open-air hut, is perched on the edge of the Seminyak Beach. Try sitting upstairs for a cooling breeze and ordering a fruit juice and an avocado frittata or a dessert platter. This is a popular spot among the Kuta crowd because of its ideal beach location. After treating yourself to a meal here, you can head over to one of their sun loungers to take in the gorgeous Balinese sights.

2. The Porch

Cafe, Restaurant, American, Vegetarian

French toast with bacon
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The Porch delights the tastebuds with its unique combinations of sweet and savory. Sit down to a large plate of classic breakfast filled with hash browns, bacon, mushrooms and egg, or for the health conscious, diners can relax with a plate of fruit and a freshly made fruit juice. This small cafe prides itself on using the freshest of ingredients and their dishes are all made in their open-air, outdoor kitchen. The decor is incredibly homely with a wooden patio and a lovely, cool indoor area to dine in.

3. Seniman Coffee Studio

Cafe, Indonesian

Seniman Coffee Studio
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For the hardcore coffee addicts who need the perfect brew to start their mornings, the Seniman Coffee Studio is the ideal venue. From artistic lattes to smooth espressos, there’s plenty of wonderful top-quality options to choose from. The owners use an Indonesian single-origin coffee blend but they go beyond that. They complement their coffee options with delicious, traditional Indonesian food. Dig into a sushi-roll gado-gado style or kick back with a blended juice or an ice-cold beer. Their breakfast is incredibly popular so expect to queue on arrival.

4. Watercress Café

Cafe, Restaurant, Asian

Avocado, tomato, watercress and feta on toast
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Watercress is an upscale village cafe serving an all-day rustic breakfast. Their delicious breakfast is bursting with color and flavor, which they claim was inspired by the island’s beauty. Here, diners can dig into some chunky avocado salsa, homemade chili jam, poached eggs and sour cream and grilled bacon. If you go for a particularly late brunch, treat yourself to their famous lunch showcase – a beautiful, colorful buffet filled with salads, quiches, lasagne, fish and more. Don’t forget to try a coffee from their expert barista team too.

5. The Warung

Boutique Hotel Restaurant, Restaurant, Indonesian

Papaya salad served on dining table / Green papaya salad spicy thai food on plate with fresh vegetables and spices seafood shrimp crab noodles - Som t
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The Warung is a stunning hotel restaurant that offers an extensive traditional Indonesian and Balinese menu for brunch. Indulge in the highly recommended papaya salads, a satay (grilled meat on sticks) with 12 different styles of sambal (sauces) or a delicious grilled mushroom in a banana leaf. Opt for a big group setting at a long communal bench or reserve in advance for a private table of two so you can enjoy an intimate brunch facing the sea.

6. Starfish Bloo

Cafe, Restaurant, Sushi

Starfish Bloo
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Sundays are the best when you dine at Starfish Bloo. The cafe, situated at the luxurious W Hotel, offers up a grand brunch buffet with a spread including lobster, sushi, salads, curries and more. There is also an area just for kids’ activities and a swimming pool for the little ones to swim around in while you enjoy your feast. There is even an ice cream station to keep them entertained while adults can relax on a sun bed with a complimentary glass of prosecco.

7. Boneka Brunch at The St. Regis Hotel

Boneka Brunch at The St. Regis Hotel
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Boneka Brunch at The St. Regis Hotel

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8. Cocoon Beach Club

Cocoon Beach Club

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9. Sisterfields

Cafe, European, Contemporary

Directly above shot of mixed breakfast pastries including pain au chocolate and glazed danish pastries served in a plate
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Located in the popular Kuta neighborhood, Sisterfields offers an all-day breakfast menu alongside a showcase of fresh pastries, salads and large sandwiches. For a freshly made juice or smoothie, be sure to check out their drink menu. Don’t forget to look at their cocktail menu to accompany your food as they’ve got exciting and fantastic combinations. From smashed avocado to French toast and brownies, everything is top-quality. Bite into one of their signature dirty burgers – you won’t be disappointed.

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