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Place Category: EatPlace Tags: Cafe culture, Family Dinners, Sunday Brunching, and Sweet Treats & Ice Creams

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  • A pretty haven in the heart of the action…

    One of the prettiest cafes on the island!  French colonial meets shabby chic meets modern vintage meets boho. We just love it!

    Open early for brekkie and good coffee (from 7am which comes in very handy if you have little early risers that haven’t yet adapted to the time difference) right through to cocktails and dinner, and with an Asian meets Western menu there are meal options to please all the members of the family.

    Our preference for families at Cafe Bali is for daytime dining or an early tea when you can truly enjoy the lovely atmosphere (complete with tranquil mini pool and Ganesha statue) and more relaxed vibe, without the after-dark craziness of “Eat Street” and constant stream of motorbikes out the front.

    The front verandah is a fun spot to enjoy your pancakes, fresh fruit salad or Eggs Benedict for breakfast or sandwich or quesadillas for lunch, but the kids will probably love the comfy cushion clad lounge areas inside.

    Highchairs are available for the littlest patrons, and there is free wifi too (just in case you want to bring the iPad for some pre lunch Peppa Pig viewing!).

    Open every day from 7am to 11.30pm