Earth Cafe and Market - Ubud

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Jalan Guatama Selatan, Ubud (at Jalan Hanuman), Bali, Indonesia

Est. 2012 this vegetarian turned vegan cafe and health food market is part of the Down to Earth company. Offers a large variety of food and beverages, from breakfast and smoothies bowls to scrambles and crepes to veggie burgers and international platters - see full menu on its webpage. Market sells healthy food and products like grains, beans, dry fruit oil, raw snacks and cakes, cosmetics, household products, and organic clothing. Earthy decor with laminated bamboo furniture. Open Mon-Sun 7:00am-10:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, American, Pizza, International, Western, Take-out, Indonesian

49 Reviews

First Review by samden

Another lame vegan restaurant - Edit

Amazed at the 5 star reviews for this place. Yes it’s Vegan. Yes it has an interesting menu. But that’s where the positivity ends.
I’m sorry Earth Cafe. I wanted to like your concept but you put no love or effort into the food.


Updated from previous review on 2017-11-12

Pros: No animals harmed except bees

Cons: Soulless frozen menu

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Fab - Edit

Really delicious food kinda on the priceyer side for bali. Been here 4 times highly recomend the indian plate. Yum. they shop attached it amazing loads of organic skincare, foods and cakes.

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good - Edit

Had the crepe which was pretty good!
The service is slow and it’s not cheap.

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Beautiful - Edit

This place is so nice I could cry for it. The menu is beautiful, staff is amazing and food is good. Nothing else to say but enjoy as much as you can.

Pros: menu, food

Cons: price

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yes, ve-gan! - Edit

Very nice place in Ubud Downtown. Looked a bit "hip", but the terrace is still cozy.
Had a chickpea burger and avocado toast. Fine!
They also have a good choice of smoothies and energy boosters and some raw food.

Cons: pricy for Bali standard

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amazing vegan food!!!! - Edit

We had a bunch of different plates for lunch, and they were absolutely amazing. I would come every day, the variety is incredible. A must in Ubud

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Concept superbe! - Edit

Épicerie, café, cinéma... Tout y est! Un billet de cinéma coûte 50 000$IDR et vous recevrez ce même montant en crédit au resto. Vous avez même l'option de manger en même temps que le visionnement. Superbe salle de cinéma. Causeuses, fauteuils, coussins... Wi-fi. Variété de gâteaux. Comme la taxe et le pourboire sont ajoutés, j'ai trouvé étrange la boîte indiquant "tips".

Pros: Menu varié (19 pages!), Décor (cinéma Paradisio), Tout à une même adresse!

Cons: Le marché est dispendieux , Cinéma trop climatisé, Ajout d'une taxe et du pourboire

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Food and Cinema - Edit

The food is great. You can also enjoy a movie during the day/evening at Paradiso. Vegan cinema experience! Amazing concept.

Pros: All vegan

Cons: No cons

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delicious but slightly expensive - Edit

The food is great especially the pizzas and pastas. But the avocado zaatar toast was super salty because they overdid the kalamata olives.

Pros: nice store to buy vegan goodies, great pizzas

Cons: expensive

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So many choices - Edit

It was difficult to choose, we went for a veggie burger and a seitan hot dog. The taste was great. And the desserts..... heaven! Only a little bit pricy for Balinese standards.

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expensive - Edit

Really good food but really pricey. A good deal is to go to one of the movie screenings next door at Paradiso, 50 of your 70 ticket can be used for the kitchen.

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Good vegan options - Edit

Nice restaurant at the first floor over the organic shop and cafe. Large selections of food from western to Balinese and Indian. Good also the meze platter , a middle western taste , good hummus , lentil soup , burger and sushi rolls .
Very good cakes and happy to see they are all vegan and they have finally quit with honey .
Nice staff , a little bit pricey but worth a visit and it's also god because it's open until 10 pm

Updated from previous review on 2017-04-22

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very healthy! and very pricy. - Edit

a good place to go if you're looking for some real healthy food. found the portions to be kinda small though and rather overpriced. the kombucha was reeeeally good though! i got the hibiscus tea flavour.

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Lots of Choice. High quality. - Edit

Really love this place. Definitely one of my favourite places to eat in Bali so far. Huge range, real effort has been made to produce healthy and super tasty food. So much choice and all vegan. ? Staff are really lovely and the atmosphere is good. A happy place to eat.

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Disappointing - Edit

After being rather disappointed by the food and the staff two years ago, we gave it another shot this year. We ate at Earth Cafe two times and were again very disappointed by the food, the portion sizes as well as the staff. We found that the portions are very small, not very tasty but very pricy. Given the many great vegan restaurants in Ubud, we will definitely not visit the Earth Cafe again. However, the Earth Market on the ground floor has a great selection of health foods. It is also not cheap, but the products are of high quality.

Pros: Great instagramm feed with nice pictures, Good location

Cons: Tasteless food, Very high prices, Unfriendly stafBut

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Delicious food - Edit

Another fantastic vegan place in Ubud. The menu is extensive which made choosing what to have quite difficult. The food is fresh and healthy. Everything we ate here was superb. The staff were so friendly and every time we went we stayed for a few hours lazily eating and drinking. This is a must visit place in Ubud if you are vegan.

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Disappointed - Edit

The extensive menu made myself and my friends so excited to eat here but sadly the food was a real let down. Maybe they were having an off day, maybe they've just got too much on the menu and can't focus on making dishes taste great. Real shame.

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Finally completely vegan - Edit

Finally Earth Cafe made this last step and went vegan. After organizing for the second time the annual Bali Vegan Festival it was high time to scrap honey, bee pollen and goat cheese from their menu.
Now they are completely vegan and they still have a huge range of dishes whenever you come in. In Earth Cafe your biggest problem will be that you don't know what to choose. Lot of breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack options and a raw menu is also available. Tonics, smoothies, coffee, tea. Big array of raw and baked desserts, cookies and ice cream. Here you'll find everything you want.
If you go to watch a film in Paradiso (the cinema and event place next by) for the full price of your ticket you can order food to eat during the movie.
Our favorite is the planet platter, the Mediterranean platter and the Dragon bargain with pumpkin soup.

Pros: finally completely vegan, plenty of choices

Cons: quite expensive

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Going, going, gone Vegan! - Edit

They recently scrapped the honey and little bit of dairy to become totally vegan! An extensive menu of flavors. Great food, friendly staff and an awesome laid back atmosphere. I don't know how I'm ever going to see Bali with all these laid back cafes to chill in...

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really good healthy food - Edit

resonably priced (more expensive than your standard warung or indo place) but worth it for a bit of pizaz,

Pros: all vegan menu has replaced all the honey, really

Cons: Lil bit expenny

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One of my favorite ever - Edit

This is one of my favorite spot ever, so many delicious and tasty options, the restaurant is now 100% vegan, the shop has many great products and is mostly vegan apart from a few honey products. The makis are awesome, and the burrito, falafel, dragon bowl, were some of my favorite too. Staff was always friendly, the vibe is great.

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Creative but little flavour - Edit

My husband got luck with his sandwiches but my mum and I had really poor meals (yes, we visited the place 3 times as it was the nearest restaurant that was open). Its Asian dishes such as tofu, tempe, papaya salad, mushroom soup truly suck.

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Good brunch - Edit

We came here for a late breakfast and tried buckwheat pancakes and acai bowl. Both were healthy but those pancakes were better. Quite pricey and the acai had weird consistency and also it took too long to get them. Place was nice and staff was friendly.

Pros: Good for breakfast, Many vegan options, Healthy

Cons: Slow service , Pricey

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Not overly impressed - Edit

We visited Earth Café and Market on our first day in Ubud, and had already eaten at Zula in Sanur, and my first impression was that Earth Café was pretty much the same, with the same menu as Zula, only the shop had more selection, and there was also Paradiso and a clothing store. The staff weren't that helpful and we didn't end up eating there. I was feeling a bit disgruntled which is why maybe I wasn't feeling the good vibes at the café. At Paradiso, the cinema, there were no movies being screened that interested me , but for $5 you can watch a movie and included in that is also food from Earth Café, which is a pretty good deal!

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A Must Visit Location - Edit

I absolutely love this place!! The options are endless and you WILL come back for more!
It's a little pricey compared to the other local food, but it is worth it.

Pros: Lots of vegan options, Huge Menu, Nice vibe

Cons: Little bit expensive

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Le top - Edit

Super endroit, où nous sommes retournés à chaque fois que nous sommes allés à Ubud, c'est à dire souvent!

Les jus sont à tomber, les plats sont délicieux, les desserts sont succulents!

Un repaire pour veggies en vacances!

Pros: Great food and choice, Great ambience

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Lovely airy setting - Edit

We enjoyed our visit here and would like to have been able to come a few more times to try different dishes. We had the Dragon Bowl which was expensive and just big amounts of plain raw salad ingredients with a small amount of dressing on the side. We enjoyed that it was fresh but a bit uninspiring. The staff were friendly and we loved the upstairs location with the breeze and trees.
Would make different food choices next time for something with more oomph.

Pros: Lovely staff, Great setting and location

Cons: Pricy

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