Type of place
This trendy spot offers delicious food with stunning views of the rice fields.
Expect a wait for a table, even for breakfast—reservations are recommended.
The most popular tables are on a separate terrace with a beautiful view, available with a minimum spend of 500,000k.
There are designated tables for smokers and a small stand at the entrance with decorative items for sale.
The evening atmosphere is romantic, perfect for dates. A tip: arriving around 5 PM offers a less crowded, cooler experience with a pleasant breeze from the fields.
The café is open for breakfast from 8 AM to 2 PM and for lunch and dinner from 6 PM to 11 PM.
The menu includes Balinese, Indonesian, and diverse European cuisine, with a variety of vegetarian options.
Must-try dishes include Ayam Betutu—Balinese chicken steamed with spices, Babi Guling—Balinese-style roasted piglet, various grilled fish fillets like Tuna, Mahi Mahi, or Butterfish, the Balinese Rijstafel—a set of traditional dishes, and desserts such as Black Rice Pudding and the Austrian Kaiserschmarrn.
Prices are surprisingly affordable, with a tax rate of only 10%.