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TONS of options from their large menu. All types of food and very nice vibe! Wifi to work on as well.
Known for its theatrical decor and crowd-pleasing menu, Clear Cafe is one of Ubud's most popular eateries. The relentlessly healthy dishes feature local produce and have artful presentation; menu influences range from Japan (sushi) to Mexico (tacos, quesadillas), with loads of veggie and vegan…
A conscious food favourite in the middle of Ubud, Clear Cafe is famous for it's relaxed positive energy though modern & contemporary atmosphere.
Amazing views and the best breakfast burritos. You can work from here all day with the free Wi-Fi. Their new renovated location is stunning with a wonderful wooden hobbit door and a fireman pole to slide down. www.explorewitherin.com
If you want to see an interior design wonderland while you munch on some healthy food... you must come here! It truly is a wonderland with super comfy couches, fish pond, murals, plant, a fireman's pole... lol one of Ubud's most instagramable places for sure!
“This lovely restaurant has a beautiful setting that overlooks the Campuhan Ridge in the cultural heart of Bali, and since 2013, it has been serving healthy, delicious, and locally sourced food. This classy vegetarian restaurant serves an excellent mixture of Asian and Western vegetarian and vegan dishes, with big portion sizes at affordable prices.”
“One of the good overall health cafe with grocery stores, you can find most of your health supplies here”
“This is the type of place that Ubud does particularly well. Attractive decor, laid-back vibe, friendly staff and healthy food are the hallmarks, and together they form a tempting package. The huge organic menu has something for most tastes, with a huge range of vegan, veggie and raw offerings with Balinese, Indonesian, Indian and Mexican accents. Good value.”
“Want to head somewhere a little more seductive and edgy... head to Kismet. A vegetarian restaurant with great coffee and a smooth vibe. Laptop friendly during the day... by turn it off by 6pm for an intimate dinner with friends or someone speical.”