As one of the world’s greatest coffee producers, Indonesia is the ideal spot to taste the finest cup of coffee. You can easily get a cup of fresh coffee in Bali, and some beans are grown only a few kilometers from the store!
From organic to award-winning coffee beans, here are some of our favorite coffee shops to get your caffeine fix.
As you can read from their Google Reviews, BGS serves up the best coffee on the island. Their Almond Milk Latte is a fan favorite and uses their own BGS Almond Milk. If you’re not a big fan of coffee, try their Chai Latte, or their refreshing juices. The bean used at BGS is an Arabica type that comes from Mandailing, North Sumatra, and is recognized for its smooth, full-body, and rich, giving a robust flavor with notes of chocolate and licorice. BGS’s petite shops are almost always full, so best come earlier!
Canggu: Jl. Munduk Catu No.1, Canggu
Uluwatu: Jl. Labuansait, Pecatu
Dreamland: Jl. Raya Uluwatu No.77, Ungasan
If you’re looking for a cute little shop with trendy coffees, you can come to Ejji. This coffee shop adopted a Japanese concept and they do not disappoint. Their interior and exterior design will make you think it’s a ramen bar instead of a coffee shop. This franchise coffee was first introduced in Surabaya and just recently opened its latest addition in Jalan Dewi Sri, Bali. Quench your thirst with their extensive list of iced coffees.
Jl. Dewi Sri, Bali
Hungry Bird’s story is a story like no other. Established in 2013, it starts when an avid coffee lover, tried to roast his own coffee in his room using a broken coffee machine he bought online. After gaining mass love from the community, the tiny coffee shop became one of Canggu’s favorite spots for breakfast and coffee. You can find Hungry Bird at the new location, just next to the famous “Canggu Shortcut”.
Jl. Raya Semat No.86, Tibubeneng
+62 361 907 5646
Volken is located on one of Bali’s busiest streets. Tucked away in a little corner, this crisp white coffee shop is slowly making a name for itself. With an innovative idea, the baristas at Volken are able to explore and create new flavors for their new menu of the month. Patrons can also purchase coffee beans used in the store and their croissants are also a must-try!
Jl. Dewi Sri No.11, Legian
Anyone in Bali who enjoys their coffee may have visited this artsy coffee shop at least once. Their first shop is located on one of the busiest streets in Ubud, and you can also find one in Denpasar. There’s an on-site micro-roastery, a brew bar, a shop with all of the coffee equipment you could want, tasting workshops, and even a 101 on latte art. The shop uses recycled glass from bottles, just another thing we love.
Jl. Sri Wedari No.5, Banjar Taman Kelod, Kecamatan Ubud