Many of us regularly spend pockets of time in a coffee shop or a cafe, for lunch or a quiet cup of tea or chai, with a book or a journal, friends, or simply our own thoughts for company. Whether waiting for a meeting, cramming for exams or simply fulfilling a coffee craving, we’ve listed six coffee shops that are perfect for all your hanging-out needs.
Here, there’s no shortage of good coffee. They stock a variety of top quality coffee beans from around the Indonesian archipelago, including Luwak Coffee beans. To indulge the serious coffee addicts, The Coffee Library also serves several handpicked varieties of beans from overseas.
Also considerably new on the Petitenget strip, Pison is a simple yet cozy coffee shop that offers not only coffee, but also tasty food. Coffee addicts will find Pison pleasing, and foodies will be tantalised by the seductive flavours of Pison’s “The Red Velvet Ori Beef Burger”, “Szechuan Fire”, and “House Cured Salmon Gravlax Salad”. Occasional acoustic live music also plays in the house to add to that cosy atmosphere.
A popular midday gathering spot, Bali Bakery is a great spot for you to have a cup of good coffee. Bali Bakery’s tantalising array of breads, pastries and cakes, combined with the relaxed atmosphere makes chit-chat over a coffee a fun and engaging moment. Just stroll around the display area, and you’ll find something to please your tastebuds. And if you’re really that hungry, you should check out its a la carte menu. There’s a reason why this venue is always busy.
The renowned Revolver sources some of the best beans from the best farmers in the world, and roasts and blends them right here in Bali to get them to your taste buds on time. Using the top-notch coffee machines from La Marzocco and grinders from Mazza, the coffee served by Revolver is easily some of the beast on the island – especially with the high quality beans used. It’s no wonder why some of the coffee shops in Bali source their coffee from Revolver!
Flying their popularity from Jakarta to Bali, Anomali is serious in sourcing its supply of the finest beans from various sources in Indonesia, including Papua, Flores, Bali, Aceh, Java, and Toraja.
Adding to that, what makes Anomaly even more interesting is that it also offers a Coffee Class, where you will receive training and be shown examples of the best practices to make a good cup of coffee along with learning about coffee growing, coffee characteristics, coffee storage, and brewing techniques.