Fresh juices, smoothie bowls, vegan options, as well as traditional Balinese cuisine.
This tiny beach town used to be a calm escape from the craziness of Kuta and Legion. I’ll admit, it can still be very calm, however, there are some main areas that are now bustling.
I have always loved the food in Canggu, it has never let me down. These are a few of my favourite places to eat.
Betelnut Cafe is becoming one of the more popular cafes’ in Bali, known for its Nagabombs and Nagabowls.
It is located fairly central to one of the main areas, and has a rustic cafe scene.
Stop in for breakfast, it’s one of my most favourites.
IN THE RAW BALI
This is where you will find some more delicious build-your-own smoothie bowls.
The options for fresh cold pressed fruit juices, smoothies and snacks are endless.
This is the place to go for your raw food fix.
Nude is a day-to-night cafe, with quality organic tastes and friendly vibes.
They have delicious breakfast, super salad bowls, wraps, burgers, coffees, juices and smoothies.
It’s the perfect place to catch the first morning light, with a view over the rice paddies.
A magical restaurant to visit, and one of the best locations in Canggu to watch the sun set.
After dinner, take a wonder down to the beach. Or walk through their gardens and have a tarot reading done.
Dandelion is a cafe, restaurant and shop all in one.
They serve a variety of traditional Balinese dishes, and you can choose to eat inside or outside in their beautiful garden.
If you’re lucky, you’ll get to spot some of the pet rabbits hopping around.
Also, check out my post on where to stay in Canggu.