Best home cooking restaurant with Jengkol Semut menu very best, but the price Expensive for local people, have to try order Lotek & Sakoteng dessert very recommend.
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Cafe Bali opens from 10 am to 5 pm. I am not sure whether it opens for dinner (for traditional food). You can choose what you like and pay at the cashier. Since Cafe Bali area consists of 2 houses lot, it consists of a...More
All I could see from this place is that they offer you the Balinese concept joined with a bit of Western touch. The place is SO COZY for having meals, chit chat or just getting lazy, even for working. I really adore the furniture, the...More
Cafe Bali on lunch time serves a wide selection of food that they put on display, then you can choose which one that you like. Their desserts are nice. While on dinner time, they only serve a la carte.
We ussualy visit this restaurant for break fasting on Ramadhan We like their kolak campur, their food are very average
Cafe Bali serves both local and international dishes, and surprisingly their local dishes menu taste very nice. We tried lontong kari ayam, Nasi Tug2 oncom, Iga bakar and Nasi Campur, and all of them taste very good! Their Ice Cincau Hijau also taste very nice...More
The food is great with lots of variety but it is very sweet to my taste. Even the sambel is very sweet and not hot at all. They also served western food by looking the menu book. Indonesian food serve like Canteen Style but beware...More
I got two guesses from other country came in afrernoon. I took them to the bali cafe for lunch. That was the first time for me to having lunch there, it was quite gambling situation. But, what i've got was more than i thought. The...More
NIce place for eating, meeting or just hang out with people. The cafe interior represents Indonesian antique style. The ambience are cozy, clean and classy. The staffs are nice and helpfull. The food are mostly delicious. Especially, for lunch they serve Indonesian menu. Its look...More