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July 28, 2018

Brekkie o’clock: Top 15 cafés in Canggu for a bonanza breakfast

1. Hungry Bird: The best coffee in town

If you missed your morning latte, head off to Hungry Bird in Berawa. This place is 1st on our list of best cafés in Canggu. It promises the best coffee in town and also offers some yummy brunch options, like huge plates of eggs and pancakes, and delicious fruit bowls just to name a few. And the best of all: it will not hurt your pocket.

2. Lusa by Suka: All round breakfast, lunch and dinner

Check out this place for its generous breakfast deals at 50k IDR and stay for the cool vibes. A laid back café opposite Tamora Gallery that serves good coffee and decent breakfast, lunch and dinner. There are also yummy cakes and pastries. Basically, you can find anything and everything you can dream of. It is also a good option for dinner. Once or twice per week – mainly weekends – there is live music.

3. Mile-End Kitchen+Bar: The bohemian queen

On the road leading to Old Man’s surf spot, this place competes closely with Hungry Bird for the best coffee in town. If you prefer tea instead, do try the Lemon Ginger ice tea. The breakfast options are endless, from the healthier Avo on Toast to the more filling Baba on Toast and Mile-End Sandwich. There are also breakfast deals at 50K IDR as well as 2 for 1 deals on Sundays.

4. Peloton Supershop: Our top vegan choice

Welcome to a vegan paradise in Canggu that could not be excluded from our list of best cafés in Canggu. The breakfast here couldn’t get yummier and healthier. Coffee with coconut, almond, rice milk – anything but dairy – and the best smoothie bowls. The Pedal Power Pancakes will definitely not disappoint you. And if you love avocado, try the Avo Good Day.

5. The Shady Shack: Loyal to its name

The Shady Shack is the sister of Betelnut and true to its name, it promises a shady shack perfect for a morning feast. The restaurant, though vegetarian, is not lacking in variety. Breakfast bowls, healthy smoothies, delicious lattes: there is plenty of choice for everyone.

6. The Crate: And you will ask for more

Crate Café is definitely one of the most crowded cafés in Canggu and for very good reason. And so it had to move to new bigger premises so all the Crate fans could find a corner to sit and enjoy the all-day breakfast. With a very friendly vibe that starts with a warm welcome from Maree the owner, and a relaxed atmosphere, this is the perfect place to enjoy a slap up breakfast. Some of our top picks include Peasplease with feta, peas, spinach, avocado, poached egg and pesto on sourdough, the house blended coffee of course and the full carnivore option The Barber, with French toast, scrambled eggs, bacon, fried banana and maple syrup.

7. Warung Tiga: Redefining breakfast

Warung Tiga in Nelayan (and its sister Warung Dua in Umalas) shamelessly mix Warung style – buffet elements – and Western classics such as Eggs Benedict to make up the most filling breakfast. You can choose any of the endless choices at the buffet ranging from healthy salads, to quesadillas, to Indonesian fried tempeh, to fish sate. You can also choose from the a la carte menu that has all the Western breakfast staples and even more, such as healthy egg white omelettes as well as proper food from soups to chicken schnitzel, and the list goes on.

8. Ruko Café: Minutes from Berawa Beach

Ruko Café is one of the best cafés in Canggu for a brekkie after your morning surf session at Berawa Beach. If you miss brekkie in the big city, we’ve got you covered, this is your place. Pull Your Pork with eggs and pulled pork will satisfy your carnivore hunger, while you will find some healthy juices, slushes and some serious home brewed coffee.

9.  Satu-Satu Coffee Company: A breakfast that won’t hurt your pocket

Not the typical bohemian café you find in Canggu, Satu-Satu has won our hearts and pleased our pockets. Great coffee, fair portions, yummy breakfast and super friendly staff are the reasons this place is always full. If you want to try something different and check where the Berawa expats hang out, come here.

10. Made’s Banana Flour Company: A heaven for celiacs and gluten free fans

One question: Have you ever tried a gluten free croissant and a banana bread that tastes better than anything else you have tried? No? Then go check out this place. It is not very big so you might need to order a take away but it is definitely worth a try.

11. Nude: Everything is better nude

You will be amazed by the friendliness of the staff. Expect big genuine smiles and 5star service. We love the Chilli Eggs and the Avocado. Definitely try the Pork Benny. If you are up for something healthier and lighter, the Overnight Oats or the Fruit Toast (from Local supplier ‘Wild & Tamed’) are to die for. And then, wash it all down with a cappuccino or latte.

12. Baked: Our absolute favourite for brunch

Both a bakery and a great brunch spot, Baked’s speciality is its fresh baked breads and pastries: certain people in our office will do anything for their enormo croissants. I’d also highly recommend the sourdough. It’s not just a bakery though – poached eggs, scrambled eggs and delicious Toulouse sausages are on the menu as well as amazing sweet treats like pastels de nata and baklava. Get here early and prepare to queue – it’s popular for a reason!

13. Canteen: The beachbum parlour

The best place to head off after a morning surf session: vintage surf boards hanging from the ceiling, recycled-style interior and a not pricey but yummy breakfast selection. The coconut milkshake is insane, excellent coffee, bagels, savoury sandwiches, smooth bowls and juices to die for are just some of the place’s top picks.

14. Cinta Café: Feel the love

Cinta, loyal to its motto ‘Whatever you do, do it with love’, gives an extra scoop of love to its breakfast. The place was recently refurbished and now offers more spacious seating, while retaining its open kitchen concept. Choose a table at the back to enjoy the rice field views, order a coffee and an eggs benedict plate and you are all set.

15. Milu by Nook: Breakfast with a ricefield view

Popular with expats and Jakarta locals but also tourists, this place manages to please everyone. The vibe is relaxed and Balinese to the core with ricefield views. The food is an Indo-western fusion and ranges from our very favourite Nasi Campur to any type of eggs. For our little fellows there is a kids’ menu and plenty of space to run around.

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