Motel Mexicola is easily the sexiest restaurant-bar you can find in Seminyak, Bali.
With its flashy and colourful interior decorations, Motel Mexicola is unabashedly loud and funky; it would be a crime to not stop by the popular Mexican joint for some drinks and OOTDs.
Siddle up to the bar for an ice-cold Bintang beer and other refreshing cocktails. If you are feeling hungry, their food menu consists of traditional Mexican food with a modern twist and diners can expect both finger food and main dishes such as quesadilla and tacos. READ ON
Hailing from Sydney, Mrs Sippy is the hottest pool club, restaurant and bar in Seminyak, Bali right now.
Step into Mrs Sippy Bali and you would feel as though you are on another island. Known for its fantastic saltwater pools and dive tower, the modern pool club features a man-made beach, tall palm trees and comfortable day beds. Treat yourself to a tipple at the bar and satisfy your tummy with grub from their open-air kitchen.
Oh, and did we mention that the party never stops there? READ ON
It is no secret that Bali is home to some of the best cafes and restaurants. While we enjoyed visiting all the cafes that we have been to on our trip to Seminyak, one place that won all our hearts in an instant is NOOK, a gorgeous local eatery overlooking breathtaking views of the paddy fields.
What we love about NOOK is that the cafe is tucked away from the bustling Seminyak area, but still within walking distance to the main street. Escape from the crowd and enjoy some traditional Indonesian delights that do not lose out to those you will find in warungs. READ ON
Bali Pork Star is an eatery in Seminyak, Bali that specialises in pork dishes. Imagine our excitement when we found out it.
Bali Pork Star is unique in such a way that they deliver traditional Balinese food with a twist. Diners can expect a fusion between Indonesian cuisine and other Asian influences such as Japanese and Chinese spices. While we love the classic Indonesian dishes, we are always game to try something new.
Go to Bali Pork Star with an open mind and be prepared to be blown away by their unpretentious, yet mouth-watering food. READ ON
We like to start our day right with a hearty breakfast, especially when we travel as a robust meal will give us enough fuel to go about during the day. Whale And Co is a fantastic place with great breakfast and excellent coffee if you are looking for a simple breakfast spot in Seminyak, Bali.
Diners can get mains at wallet-friendly prices, ranging from RP25,000 to RP60,000 (S$2.50 to S$6). Besides food, the cafe is also building a steady reputation on Indonesian artisan coffee and cold pressed juices.
Ultimo Italian Restaurant is a popular Italian restaurant located in the heart of Seminyak, Bali. Even if you are on a budget trip to Bali, do not be put off by its posh interior as the restaurant offers affordable pricing for its lovely ambiance and classic Italian dishes.
Most of the pastas and pizzas on the menu are priced less than RP100,000/ S$10. You can even complement the food with house pour wines starting from as low as RP25,000/ S$2.50. Drop by the place and you will see why this is one of our all-time favourite Italian restaurants in Seminyak. READ ON
It was a gloomy morning. Intermittent drizzles, dark skies and dampen spirits. But we were to rekindle our excitement to be in Bali with our first breakfast at Sisterfields Cafe.
Among the many new names to Seminyak’s dining scene, Sisterfields Cafe ranks the most popular and we knew it would be a cafe that we’d love.
Despite the rain, nothing and no one seemed bothered. The cafe was packed at 10am; the breakfast crowd was alive. Of salads, eggs, burgers and green juices, Sisterfields Cafe is the it place to be at for breakfast when in Seminyak, Bali.
Bali is one happening island to take a holiday at. We love that Indonesian island so much that we visit it at least thrice a year! It is a popular destination for nomads too, and we know of many who make Bali their base because it makes such a relaxing office – with good food and coffee on top of free wifi, of course.
So what is it like over at the Island of Gods? You might think they are pretty undeveloped, but the cafe scene is a booming one and there is always so much fanfare about the wondrous themes and incredible menus. A cup of quality flat white can be as cheap as S$2, and a generous stack of pancakes would surprise you with a S$4 price tag.
Let’s just say cafe-hopping at Bali is for all, because it is impossible to not fall in love with chic spaces, good food and coffee – all at unbeatable prices. In this guide, we let you in to our regular haunts and picks of the year, as well as some thematic restaurants that serves eclectic menus at cafe prices.
Here are 16 cafes in Bali that offer you unique dining experiences without breaking the bank.