• The Organic Farm Bali

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  • White Vegetarian

Vegetarian cafe at an organic farm and education center. Serves lunch, desserts and soft drinks, all made from its own produce. Vegans options include curry, soup and rice salad.

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3 Reviews

First Review by TiffEats


Points +725

03 Feb 2023

Nice lunch

Fresh organic food, nice clean place. Relatively expensive for Bali standards.

Pros: Freshly cooked and all organic, Nice presentation on the plate, Friendly staff, clean.

Cons: Relatively expensive, Pancakes of desert a bit too thick, better crepes



Points +230

22 Nov 2022

Delicious but on the expensive side

Even though their menu is vegetarian, they catered us vegan food after request. We had the Nasi Kuning and pasta with cashew sauce. In addition you get a handpicked salad from their garden which you can design yourself. Great concept and delicious food. Only downside would be the price, but we hope that it funds the community they are supporting/developing.

Pros: Concept, Friendly staff

Cons: Quite expensive for Bali


Points +223

24 Jan 2018

Low review only because of treatment of cow and price.

Sweet people, when owner came she introduced herself. Dogs seems happy. All was really good. There story is in the menu. Pretty expensive and smaller portions though. The tea I got for 35000 came in a glass with no handle instead of a pot and mugs. The biggest reason I won't support them again is there was a cow tied up uncomfortably with not enough slack to even turn around. And I asked if he's tied up like that all day, they said yes. If we weren't in a bind with the rain I wouldn't of supported them.

Pros: Good service. Friendly and personable., They go right out to garden to get produce.

Cons: Cow is tied to pole with no slack standing on ceme


26 Jan 2018

First of all thank you for visiting us! And I completely agree with you that it looks sad to see the cow on a rope all day. But if you would have asked me I could have explained. This is not our cow. It's the neighbors. We use it's compost.
This is the way all Balinese treat their cows in their resting area as they
are used for plowing the rice fields early in the morning. And thus have probably more daily exercise then cows in the West. I told Team to better explain in the future.
Hope this answer helps? And looking forward welcoming you another time in the future. Marjan & Team

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