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    ( 12 reviews )

Jl. Hanuman 44b, Bali, Indonesia

Serves meat, vegan options available. Has a few veggie and raw food options, smoothies, juices, Wi-Fi access. Casual relaxing atmosphere. Open Mon-Sun 7:30am-11:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, International, Juice bar, Non-veg

12 Reviews

First Review by Cheryl27

Never going back - Edit

Firstly i should say that i did not actually try the food in here. The waiter serving us had no idea about veganism which is very concerning seeing as they have vegan items on the menu. The food in here is extortionately priced, especially considering that the restaurant interior is nothing special. We ordered the overpriced vegan burger only to find out it doesn't come with fries. We then ordered the wedges with cheese (minus the cheese) and he made a point to tell us they would not reduce the price to account for the cheese. After placing our order the waiter informed us they had no vegan cheese, which at that point is when we left and went down the road to the beautiful clear cafe with wonderful service and staff who understand veganism.

Cons: Rude staff, Staff don't understand veganism, Very expensive

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Big yummy salads, but you have to know what they do well - Edit

I love the salads at Kafe, and come here just for Meg's Big Salad ☺. It's only a little sad that they serve a small amount of dressing for the Big Salad and then you have to pay 9k extra for more dressing.

Also enjoy the coffee, and the delicious Coconut 'Bacon' they sell!

I enthusiastically brought my friends here but they were disappointed with the mezze (just not very authentic) and the Indian food (same problem). My friends felt that with these prices, they expected better.

Bali has an international community and Kafe's been around for years. Why not get someone who knows the cuisine from their region to teach the chefs how to make international cuisine properly?

Either that or stick to what you do well.

Pros: relaxing space, good soups and salads

Cons: prices don't always reflect quality, some international dishes are inauthentic

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yummy but a bit exxy - Edit

Good food and friendly staff but up there in the price range

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Yum! - Edit

My mum and I ate here for dinner, and although there weren't as many vegan choices on the menu as there are at Atman Kafe, the meal was still highly enjoyable. I ordered the tempeh, cashew curry which came with red rice, as well as a homemade dragon fruit soda, and for dessert my mum and I share a raw vegan chocolate cheesecake. Everything was delicious. The staff were friendly, but not the friendliest as in other cafes. Kafe is almost always busy but well worth trying.

Pros: Delicious food

Cons: Not fully veg

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coffee ok, Burger not - Edit

We have been here several times when we were in Ubud. The iced cappuccino with coconut milk and Maca Jahva Latte were nice. The ice sorbets they have (from Kokolato) were also good. The biggest disappointment was vegan quinoa tabouli pita!! Tasteless and not good. One time we were there the waiter was so unfriendly - almost rude. Didn't speak one word with us.

Pros: coffee with coconut milk, sorbet really nice

Cons: food has no flavor , waiter unfriendly

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Awesome vegan food - Edit

Went to Kafe the other day and ordered the tofu scramble (literally the best I've ever had) with the side of breakfast potatoes, which were a little oily/salty but all in all an excellent meal. Will definitely be back there!

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Out Of This World - Edit

My friends and I had desert tonight at Kafe and were blown away by the selection of deserts, milkshakes and smoothies. Between the 4 of us, we had the green tea milkshake, the peanut lover, and the coconut splash. Desert wise we had the banana bread, dark chocolate brownie, apple pie and carrot raison loaf. All of which came with fresh whipped cream, such a perfect compliment to the goodies. Highly recommend everything we had, I cannot wait to try the real food!!

Pros: Price , Variety , Quality

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perfect for tourists and locals alike - Edit

I'm not a local and I was worried about bad water and germs while I was traveling as I have a very sensitive stomach. This place was great! Very familiar flavors for westerners (nachos were great!) and local flavors (black rice bean pudding with fresh coconut milk and banana was so fresh!). Place is very urban and neat with interesting locals coming in and out. Food is fresh and very clean! Close to shopping and yoga barn too!

Pros: clean and fresh food, great ppl watching, great flavor

Cons: staff spacey, not perfectly ac'ed

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Best Health Food in Ubud - Edit

We stumbled upon this place after eating some terrible vegan food at another cafe on the same street.

This place is a dream where you can get affordable North American health food fare and relax in a comfortable environment.

This is the only place that keeps busy all day and night on the strip, even outside of tourist season.

They offer free wifi until noon and then after 3pm.

They have juices, smoothies, milk shakes, coffees and lots of baked goods and desserts.

The menu clearly marks which items have dairy and meat and which do not. Most of the items on the menu are vegetarian and they can be made vegan by omitting the cheese or sour cream.

We've eaten here several times, most of the drinks are good, some depend more on the seasonality of the fruit, so when fruit is out of season it's not so sweet, but this is not their fault.

I like that they offer so many healthy dishes, like large salads, plain steamed greens, vegetable stir fry, steamed veggie bowls, vegetable soups and more.

It's a pretty big menu and they have tons of specials that are not even on the menu, so it'd be hard to get tired of the food here with such a variety. Even though a few people eat meat here it does not bother me and they care enough about their vegan customers to always make the orders right.

Pros: affordable, wide variety, healthy

Cons: a little far down the strip

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Vegan raw chocolate cake - Edit

Almost perfect place to hang around. I had vegan raw chocolate cheese cake and it was great.

Pros: good location for people watching

Cons: not vegan

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Serves meat, but still divine! - Edit

Kafe is another one of those restaurants that serves meat, yet manages to do the extensive veggie selections great justice. Choice is great, food is wonderful, the ambience always crowded and smoky. I had the pumpkin soup and fettucini with grilled veggies taht were awesome. Slightly on the pricier side, but still great value.

Pros: Location, Quality

Cons: Smoking

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Awesome! - Edit

I loved it. Great selection. Delicious food, well presented. It was so good I went a few times, and told all my friends!

Pros: Great selection, Great presentation, Great taste

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