Part of the lush Balinese landscape, Ubud is the perfect place to go for a relaxing holiday. Their food and drink scene is unique and the little town is buzzing with lively coffee shops and cafes. Indonesian coffee includes a distinct blend of flavors and scents. Check out some of the best coffee shops and cafes in this picturesque town.
Located in a renovated art gallery that is no longer used in the small village of Penestanan Kaja, Cafe Vespa offers some of the best coffee in Bali. Their artisan coffee is velvety and freshly roasted each week. This spot also has strong WiFi. Pair their delicious coffee with a chocolate delight or apple crumble.
This spot is another hidden gem in Ubud with some of the best coffee you can find in the area. They source premium coffee by fair trade and traceable farming. It’s difficult to pass up delicious and sustainable coffee.
If you love cappuccinos, Anomali Coffee has some of the best on the island. Their coffee beans from Sumatra have a smoky aroma and strong taste. They also have beans from Papua and Flores with a fruity taste. Discover the different types of coffee Indonesia has to offer at Anomali.
They call themselves a “home away from home.” They’re right. Lazy Cats is designed for those of you who want to feel like a cat for the day and rest on a comfy armchair. A cafe, bar, and gallery, Lazy Cats’ architecture combines industrial bohemian with classy decor. They also have a mix of art, lush vegetation, and vintage furniture. They sell their own coffee beans, with different flavors and funny names, such as MEOW.
Located in the village of Penestanan Kaja, tiny Kopi Desa is a perfect breakfast spot, but also a good location to relax at during the day. The coffee is great and they also have a rich menu with a mix of Italian and Indonesian cuisine.
Located in the central Jalan Hanoman, F.R.E.A.K Coffee is a buzzing spot where you can have a bite, good coffee, and chat with friends. The vibe is friendly and lively. If you enjoy matcha, they have matcha coffee.
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