Monday, May 5, 2014

Ubud, Bali: Kopi Bali House Review

Indonesia is generally known for its coffee and there are different kinds of coffee to choose from. Despite the rise of the multinational coffee shops from all over the world here in Indonesia, there are still locally owned coffee shops that serves great tasting coffee made from home-grown coffee beans.

Bali, an island best known for its wavy beaches, temples and the surviving culture heritage of the Balinese people, coffee is one of their best produce and export. And one of these best tasting coffee can be found in Kopi Bali House. I visited their cafe located in Jalan Monkey Forest in Ubud. It was my first seeing and visiting this cafe and I told myself, why is it only now that I found out about this cafe since I have been coming to Bali for the last 4 years.

We tried the following on their menu fr our breakfast:

1. Kopi Bali

2. Cappuccino

3. Banana Pancakes

Both coffee tasted great and the banana pancakes were just perfect for breakfast. We also ordered continental breakfast which mainly consists of a croissant, jams and and orange juice. The croissant was also baked to perfection.

The cafe itself shows a Balinese atmosphere mixed with contemporary style that shows the uniqueness of the place. The walls are made of brick and the furniture in the shop were quite nice and comfortable.

I will definitely come back to this place and highly recommended to have a taste of local coffee with a world-class taste.

Kopi Bali House in Jalan Monkey Forest, Ubud

You can visit Kopi Bali House Facebook Page here.


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