Café Pomegranate, Ubud


Jl. Subak Sok Wayah, Ubud, Kec. Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia


+62 878-6080-3632

Cafe pomegranate is a cafe restaurant located in the middle of the rice field in central Ubud which is in a walking distance from the local Ubud market.

It was started in May 2012 by Japanese brothers.

The elder brother is an interior designer and did the building design for this place. The younger brother is mainly in charge of the operation including setting up the menu which contains various foods from different part of the world such as Japan, Europe, Singapore and others.

The building stands in a unique condition due to the raised altitude compared to the central Ubud and disconnected from the busy main streets. It provides a 360° open view.

In the morning, we can usually see Agung mountain “the holy mountain” on the northeast and Batukaru mountain on the northwest in Tabanan.

One of our prime times is to see the sunset looking over the view of the rice field towards the Camphuan river.

In the evening, we have a view of the stars and fireflies and also in a far distance we can see the city lights in Nusadua and Kuta, Jimbaran area because there are no street lights in our area. (Please bring a flash light if you plan to come in the evening time.)

Sari Organik Ubud


Jl. Raya Tjampuhan, Ubud, Kec. Gianyar, Bali.


+62 361 972087

Eating at Sari Organik Ubud is a really unique experience. Not only for the food, but also for its location. It’s smack in the middle of the Ubud’s rice fields.

To get there you need to head towards Campuan bridge when you come from Ubud Palace. Just before the road turns into a green oasis with huge trees hanging over the road, you turn right up a road that looks more like a driveway.

There’s a sign with Sari Organik on it and a phone number. If you want them to pick you up all you need to do is call them- Be aware though that the rice fields paths are very narrow, so you have to jump on a motor bike to get there. Walking only takes about 20 minutes.

Sari Organik is an organization that aims to produce organic products. Their restaurant is actually called Warung Bodag Maliah. So don’t get confused once you arrive.

As mentioned earlier Sari Organik Ubud aims at whole and organic food. They use ingredients straight from their organic garden or buy them at farmers who grow chemical free products.
When you walk around you can spot their garden. And if you want you can even pick your own vegetables to create your own dish.

The Garden Kafé at Yoga Barn

The Garden Kafe offers something different for customers, a culinary innovation in healing foods, featuring locally grown produce, living vegan foods, fresh juices, raw snacks & desserts, and a special menus for Detox and Ayurvedic Rejuvenation.

Operation Hours:

  • Daily from 7:30am – 7pm (last order 6:30pm)
  • Monday Night Movie’s – Every other Monday Night Please Join us for a Buffet Dinner from 6pm-8pm
    *Garden Kafe will be open for general service on these days from 7:30am-3pm, and re-open at 6pm for the buffet
  • Sunday Lunch Buffet: Every Sunday from 12:30pm-2:30pm

Ubud’s first raw food restaurant, formerly known as Little K, The Garden Kafe opened in February 2009 and is mostly vegetarian vegan (accompanied by a small selection of cooked foods for those who feel they need it). The ambiance is garden-romantic with a lovely rice field view, overlooking the terraced lawn &hitheatre of The Yoga Barn. Adding to the ambiance is the friendly staff, the wi-fi & daily newspapers.

Open for breakfast and lunch from 8am till 6pm, The Garden Kafe displays an array of delicious raw foods from raw breakfast with super smoothies to the unique raw tacos, lasagna, ravioli, mini pizza and raw sweets like key lime pie, raw chocolate mousse, raw carrot cake, etc., none of them using animal products (no meat, eggs, dairy), instead composed of raw root vegetables, avocado, cashew, sesame seed, dates, and more. The Garden Kafe also has a full Ayurvedic menu and serves buffet dinners and lunches.

The Garden Kafe is open to drop-in visitors, retreat groups and can also be rented for group events. The Kafe team can cater special healthy menus for visiting groups.

Events at The Yoga Barn, which often take place in the Kafe, include visiting musicians, speakers and dance teachers, keeping the energy high day and night!

If you would be interested in catering a special event at The Yoga Barn Garden Kafe, please email them at .


Betelnut Café, Canggu


Jln. BatuBolong 60, Canggu


+62 821-4680-7233

On your way to Echo Beach, look out for the rustic wooden shack with the hot pink walls opposite Deus. Park the bike/ car/ pram downstairs and climb up the steep wooden staircase, perhaps stepping over a couple of snoozing dogs while you’re at it, and you’ll arrive at the best place to sit in Betelnut.  It’s like you’re in a big tree-house (albeit one filled with surfer dudes, travelling hipsters and local Canggu expats) with a cool view overlooking the ricefields and a gentle breeze.  Grab a booth, a comfy couch or squeeze in at the communal table.

The vibe here is earthy, happy, colourful, beachie, casual and relaxed, the foodie fare is organic, healthy, tasty and clearly made with love, and all are made welcome… adults, kids, locals, tourists, sandy feet, even dogs.

The little ones can order from a special kids menu which includes mini serves of Indonesian nasi and mie dishes, quesadillas and cheeseburgers.

For brekkie and brunch us bigger kids can welcome the day with classic egg dishes plus all the extras, healthy granola, or a beautiful tropical Betel Bowl.  For lunch there are burgers, salads, wraps, mexican burritos and more.  Refreshing drinks include colourful juices, smoothies, coolers, frappes, kopi, tea, wheatgrass shots, chai, or an icy cold Bintang for Dad.

Sipping on fresh young coconuts and tropical juices, and munching on big bowls of edamame is a favourite family snack here.

There is always an amazing selection of sweet treats on offer including chocolate brownies served with ice cream, their famous variations of cheesecake (Bounty, Oreo, Mixed Berry, Gypsy, Banofee, the list goes on!), lots of gluten free options and the stunning hot pink and chocolate brown Betel cake. So make sure you leave room for a treat after lunch, or make a pitstop here purely to indulge in some baked goodies for morning or afternoon tea.

With no grassy lawn area, it might not be the best spot for energetic toddlers on the move, or babes in prams, but for our family it makes for a fun and casual spot for a bite to eat, with the exciting climb up the staircase still a novelty for the little ones.

For non stair climbers, there is an enclosed air-conditioned area downstairs.

Takeaway and local delivery available.

Open Tuesday to Sunday – 7am to 10pm for breakfast, lunch and dinner

The Elephant Restaurant Ubud


Hotel Taman Indrakila, Jalan Raya Sanggingan, Ubud, Kec. Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia


+62 851-0016-1907

Teetering on the edge of the Campuhan Ridge, The Elephant has earned a spot on this site by serving some of the best cooked vegan food in town. Though it has a fairly small Raw Menu, composed of salads, juices and smoothies, the owner is in tune with the culinary preferences of the Ubudian healthy living crowd and has plans to add more Raw to the menu, including desserts! In the mean while, it’s got enough to satisfy most Raw Foodies, as well as simply blow away vegetarians and vegans. Some of the best cooked vegan and vegetarian food I’ve had in Bali, particularly the soups. And the view is gob smacking. Well worth a trip.

Yellow flower café Ubud


Jl Raya Campuan


+62 361 361 889 9865

friendly Balinese owner. Locally sourced organic ingredients. Heritage rice varieties. No aluminum cookware. Palm sugar sourced from small family farms instead of large plantations. Kombucha. Kim Chi. Pressed Juices.Dairy Free Ice Cream.A decent number of raw options.Highly affordable. Quiet, peaceful hillside setting. And no smoking! What more could you want from a local restaurant? It’s highly encouraging to see the Balinese creating high-vibration establishments like this, and I look forward to seeing more crop up in the near future.

•  Raw •  Vegan Cooked •  Veg Cooked •  Meat/Fish
•    Hours: 8am-9pm Daily

Prices mains from Rp 30,000

Soma café, Ubud


Jl. Dewisita, Kec. Gianyar, Kab. Gianyar, Bali


+62 361 971120

While Soma may be the smallest raw food restaurant in Ubud, its snug digs pack a big punch. The menu is distinguishing, the raw options are heavenly, and the vibe is uber-friendly. Local proprietor Johnny embodies the social atmosphere as he can often be found hanging out, talking to friends or jamming on his guitar – or if you’re really lucky, his didgeridoo. Several dessert specials rotate frequently, and there is a small shop section in the place offering raw cacao products, cashews and other staples of any Balinese raw food pantry. This is the only place in town that I’ve found that will make you fresh coconut milk on the spot for takeaway. They also make fresh cashew milk and you can purchase their exquisite salad dressings by the jar or bottle. On top of all that, Soma is the only place in town that offers shots of daikon; Indulge at your own risk!

Hours: 9am-10pm Weekdays, 9am-11pm Weekend

The Seed of life, Ubud


Jalan Gootama No. 2, Ubud, Kec. Gianyar, Bali.


+62 361 970650

One of the complaints I hear about Raw Food is that it’s often trying to be something it’s not. Meaning that people call Raw dishes, Pizzas, Burgers, Pastas, Cheesecakes, etc. and they don’t taste like the real deal. I hear you. If you want to try Raw Versions of traditional food that ACTUALLY taste like the real thing, and even taste better, plus are much healthier, The Seeds of Life Bali is the place to hit up. Sayuri and Ben are master Raw Food chefs who conduct Raw Chef training’s and create masterpieces on a daily basis. Their Better than Beef Lasagna actually tastes like it has minced beef in it. It’s simply mind-blowing.

On top of the food, this place has a very unique aspect to it; the Tonic Bar. Ben has studied ancient Chinese medicine along with a number of other holistic nutritional schools of thought and has crafted delicious powerhouse tonics that round out a healthy diet in a fashion that few other foods can. A must visit when it comes to the Ubud Raw Food Restaurants. They also do a daily Ashtanga Yoga practice in their upstairs studio.

Hours: 8am-9pm Daily

Bali Buda Health food Bali

Bali Buda Bukit

Shop & Home Delivery – Jl Raya Uluwatu, Br Wanagiri, Nusa Dua, Badung Bali, Indonesia

Bali Buda Ubud

Café, Shop & Home Delivery – Jln. Jembawan #1 (across from the Ubud Post Office) Ubud, Mas, Gianyar 80571 Bali – Indonesia

Bali Buda Kerobokan

Café, Shop & Home Delivery – Jln BanjarAnyar #24, Kerobokan Bali –Indonesia

If you love your food fresh, organic, ethically sourced and have small toddlers in tow? you may really like the Bali Buda Cafe, with its focus on real food, it is a great place opening from 7 – 22:00, 7 days a week and popping up in several locations on the island. They have a small enclosed reading/ play area to contain the toddlers while you enjoy a fresh mixed juice or a wrap packed full of goodness.

Their Services

  • We strive to offer healthy homemade meals that satisfy all dietary persuasions.
  • We deliver meals and groceries within a certain radius from each of our outlets – call to see if your area is applicable.
  • We can send our products to other islands within Indonesia, please contact us for further details.
  • We offer info on how to enjoy a day at the farms we buy from. See Our Farms for more info.
  • We do birthday cakes, see our birthday cake book for ideas – please order 48 hours ahead.
  • We have a rack of information about many of our products in the shops.
  • We act as resource center for any community events, health and nutritional information.

Little Green Café, Seminyak


Jalan Bidadari 1, Banjar Taman, Kerobokan


+62 (0)361 2752 125

A small compound off one of Seminyak’s interlinked side streets, The Little Green Cafe welcomes you into a comforting world of wholesome and tasty delights. The cafe serves homemade fresh salads, cakes, healthy soups and bakes, spring rolls and veggie burgers alongside lassie and smoothies, aromatic teas, coffees and refreshing juices.

Using as many organic ingredients as possible and sourcing mostly local produce, The Little Green Cafe is mainly for those in touch with green and healthy living, vegans and vegetarians alike. However, omnivores will also readily indulge in its tasty dips, sweet salad dressings and freshly prepared munchies.

With a name that is a clear nod to the green movement, The Little Green Cafe is also a cosy little corner to veer into along Seminyak’s Jalan Bidadari for a fit bite, big or small. Upon arrival, a vine-entwined bamboo archway and its small open kitchen welcome you with a glass display filled with ‘salads of the day’. Mini blackboards with the highlighted menus hang over the kitchen’s walls.

Between this main kitchen and the whole food store up front is a small cool compound with a mango tree that provides ample natural shade over table setups under green parasols. A mini garden with Buddha statues and colorful floral wreaths add a subtle touch of Zen, as does a sculpted stone orb fountain as its centerpiece. This kind of relaxed atmosphere sets the mood nicely.

Peer through the kitchen’s glass buffet and you’ll find a selection of pre-mixed, ready-to-go salads. Simply ask the friendly staff for some fresh recommendations, especially as the cafe’s food and drinks are adjustable according to your dietary needs (either vegan, raw, wheat-free, sugar-free, gluten-free, and so forth).

Pick from a selection of vegetarian delights and house specials, such as a veggie burger that comes with a choice of two salads, pitta bread filled with green salad and an option for a second salad and house dip, and the Vietnamese spring rolls with greens. The menu changes daily but it is mainly salads, porridges, and an array of fruit, nut and chocolate cakes. Naturally recommended is to go for the main dish and soups of the day, with a power smoothie that is a blend of papaya, banana, coconut milk and yogurt, or any selection of the fresh juices according to season.

Opening Hours: Mon – Sat, 09:00 – 17:00

Sea Circus Bar & coffee den


Jalan Kayu Aya No. 22 A, Petitenget, Seminyak, Kabupaten Badung, Bali


+62 361 738667

Sea Circus is not an actual circus. It’s also not on the sea. It’s kinda near the beach… and probably as entertaining as a circus. OK, Sea Circus is an odd name. But it’s a really good restaurant, bar & coffee den thingy.

A very cool place with charm and humour. The team and the execution of everything they do just looks and feels fun. They do healthy salads, fish and chips, ceviche, sexy steak baguettes & light tortilla wraps… and the world’s only hangover happy meal. They say that when the Human Canon Ball and the Lion Tamer were super ‘over hung’ one day, they put their sore heads together… and came up with two ultimate hangover cures. They’ve always been interested in new cures though, so if you have a hangover secret weapon please share it with them.

Earth Café, Seminyak


Jalan Lesmana No. 99, Seminyak, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia


+62 361 736645

The restaurants operate are filled with items that promote healthy lifestyles, many are made using natural and sustainable ingredients by environmentally conscious, local workforces. Available products lines include hand and body sopas, household cleaning products, literature, clothing, cosmetics, jewelry, nutritional supplements, grain, fresh fruits, prepared spices, baked goods such as cookies, and much more.

Everything Down to Earth has, Earth Cafe has, plus a larger organic clothing section. The produce is located behind the counter so you have to ask for it. This is the headquarters of the Down to Earth Franchise.

Zula Vegetarian Paradise, Seminyak


Jl. Camplung Tanduk, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia


+62 361 731080

It’s all vegetarian at this large cafe, where you can sample excellent dishes, such as organic red miso soup or pesto pasta, along with a range of smoothies and juices, including a vitamin-fortified number called the ‘bone builder’.

Zula is quietly tucked away mere meters from the chaos of Jalan Legian, acting as somewhat of a calm eye of the storm. Just a few steps will save you from the manic honkings of the hundreds of frustrated Balinese and bule drivers. With an almost identical menu to Down to Earth and Earth Cafe, there are a plethora of healthy options to choose from. Zula does have a couple less fully raw menu items than its sister restaurants, but with many options that are almost completely raw you can just ask the staff to exchange an ingredient here and there and you’re in business.

Green ginger noodle house, Canggu


Jl Pantai Berawa 46, Canggu


+62361 8446640

We could eat here everyday! And sometimes in fact we do. For breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. This small, cute and cosy all-veggo, all-good noodle house offers a homely, relaxed, bohemian vibe where fresh flowers adorn the tables and a rack of vintage threads are up for sale too.

From the same folk that brought us Zucchini in Seminyak, eats for all include massive bowls of laksa, delicious dumplings, fresh salads, noodles, soups, my fave the Bento Box and all sorts of yummy snacks to munch on throughout the day including corn fritters, rice paper rolls, homemade miso and tofu puffs.

The kids menu includes jam sammies, oodles of noodles, nice rice, and for dessert banana splits. Babycinos, brownies and choc-chip cookies are also available for a perfect morning tea treat.

There is a little streetside verandah area out the front, but for kiddies the courtyard out the back with small stools and lots of scatter cushions is a safer spot to eat and play.Keep an eye out for weekend yum cha sessions, and for the adults mid week evening Bahasa-Indonesian classes with Guru Nyoman.

Divine Earth, Kuta


Jl. Raya Basangkasa, 1200A Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia


+62 361 731964

Divine Earth is the first of which that is 100% Raw. Very exciting, indeed. The menu is quite unique with a whole bunch of creative takes on Raw Cuisine, as well as the usual variety of juices, smoothies and desserts. It is connected to a yoga studio and is a beautiful sign of a developing consciousness for health and diet in the otherwise debaucheries South Bali.

Life can be challenging for a vegetarian newbie. It’s not enough that you have to overcome your occasional cravings for a juicy slab of steak or crispy calamari. Vegetarians have to deal with the peer pressure (or simply your personal ambition to keep up with the crowd) as well. And at least in Bali nowadays, it’s not hip enough just to be organic, your food has to be raw too

Luckily, there are places like Divine Earth in Kuta. Chilled out vibe, fresh ingredients, and flavorful beautifully presented dishes that will keep you saying “I can’t believe it’s raw!”

Bukit Café, Pecatu


Labuan Sait, Jl. Labuansait, Pecatu, Bali, Bali 80361, Indonesia


+62 822-3620-8392

 A steady stream of drool-worthy Instagram posts from local bloggers and all-around positive reviews on the net is what prompted us to try the new-ish Bukit Cafe on Jl. Labuan Sait that we always pass on the way to Pantai Padang Padang and Single Fin.

The space is very relaxing, with white walls, a high ceiling, flowing fans, and calming breeze that flows through its open windows and entrance. The patio’s also a nice spot to chillax since it’s set far enough back from the road that you don’t feel every bike that whizzes by you.

The service can’t be faulted—the servers and kitchen staff were so attentive and extremely friendly but not in an in-your-face sort of way.

Avocado café, Canggu


Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia


+62 361 8460123

This cute and cozy little spot in Canggu is a real gem that I was put onto by the lovely supporters of the Raw Food Bali FaceBook Page when I asked for suggestions of places to go down there. What I realized when I made that post was that Canggu is fast becoming Bali’s #2 healthy living spot, with a number of restaurants sporting delicious, healthy, organic food, a fair amount of which is raw and or vegan. Cafe Avocado Canggu is one of my favorites of the bunch. Delicious juices & smoothies are complimented by some vegan salads, wheat grass shots, some vegetarian and vegan cooked entrees and of course an ample supply of Raw menu items. Mostly breakfast and dessert to be exact. My favorites On top of that, they’ve got gluten free bread, which is a bit of a rarity on the island.

Crate café, BatuBolong


Jalan Pantai Batu Bolong No. 60, Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80351, Indonesia

One of the hippiest café in Bali, Crate Café deliver great coffee and brunch menu for their guests while maintaining a reasonable price. Beware of the crowd waiting in line to be seated into the small venue though.

GET THERE : Batu Bolong, Canggu. Head towards the beach – they’re the one with the abundance of scooters out the front.

We know you’re down for the cultural thrill of Indonesian food, but you’ve been doing it for months now. There’s only so many times you can handle eating deep-fried everything from your local warung. Gosh, what a predicky! Well, Crate Café has you got you covered like a burka, so get your ass down to Batu Bolong and feast upon some of the tastiest food you’ll come across.  Not only is its food out of this world, but it has hands down the best coffee I’ve had in my entire life. Insane fruit juices, unbelievably fresh breaky and vibes that will send you off into your morning peachy as one can be. It’s the best way to start any day – go tell your friends!

Alchemy Ubud


Jalan Penestanan Klod, Ubud, Bali 80571, Indonesia


+62 (0)361 971 981

Alchemy is located in Penestanan, Ubud and is a raw food café cum supermarket & education Center…and if you think it couldn’t get anymore dynamic, they also offer colon therapies! Created by a group of self-confessed tree hugging earth-lovers, (who all met in Bali), Alchemy brings together collective ideas created from passion, transformation from within and a love of raw food!

The light, playful and colorful décor is reflective of Alchemy’s spectrum of clientele and lovely staff – all of which are professional, knowledgeable and serve you with a smile.

From the first moment of walking through the very open and welcoming entrance, the energy hits you – the warm and loving kind that you feel when visiting an old friend or a place you love. Alchemy definitely has the feel of homeliness, family and community. This spirit of love mixed with up-tempo pop music filling the air and brightly words painted on the wall (sexy is on of them), you get the feel that this gorgeous place really has something different to offer, not just the raw food foodies, but food lovers in general.

The salad bar is where you will be spoiled for choice by an array of raw greens, fruits, cashew cheeses and salad dressings. The serving bowls are huge; so don’t even think about not trying everything on offer. Specials are marked beautifully on a chalkboard display and tend to change depending on popularity – the raw sushi rolls are a filling, crunchy and tasty main which will go well with your giant salad. Or why not try onion bread & kale chips with a serving of cashew cream cheese – absolute magic! All the servings prepared in the spotless and calm kitchen go through a short ‘singing bowl blessing’ to promote good vibrations and positive energy before they are lovingly served to you to enjoy. Don’t miss out on the guilt-free desserts that are without doubt some of the best Bali has to offer – the “cloud nine” raw cheesecake and peanut cupcakes are divine!

Alchemy is a perfect pit stop venue for a juice along your village cycle ride through Ubud. Cool down and refresh with a lemon squash with honey cocobiotic or rejuvenate with a ginger ale and apple cocbiotic. These juices are super delicious and thirst quenching thanks their natural ingredients and that special ingredient, cocobiotic – a probiotic young coconut water that is home brewed by fermenting the water from organic, wild young coconuts, the process creates  a natural fizz giving those healthy juices a little extra refreshing kick.

Shanti Allen is one of the three co-owners and educators at Alchemy. She started off life in Stockholm, Sweden where she worked as a reputable chef for many years. Her passion and love for raw food was ignited by a “lack of nutritional limitations of mainstream cooking”. Her interests in sustainability and health helped motivate the shift over to preparing, studying, teaching and eating plant based diets. Shanti’s practical approach to education on plant-based food is simple, non-judgmental and can be introduced to anyone who eats little or no raw food. She uses a teaching philosophy she calls “crowding out”, which implies adding more raw food to your diet and not worrying too much on eliminating your unhealthier choices.  By simply adding more and more good quality foods to your everyday diet, the unhealthy choices will eventually get “crowded out”. As a mother, Shanti also uses this philosophy on her twin sons, raising them on a high raw food diet.

There are many natural, organic and raw products on sale from the community of brands in Bali along with international home brands you may have seen already. Specialized products that may take your fancy are also on sale, along with home grown products such as the Cocbiotic water and fruit and vegetables grown and selected from Alchemy’s farm.

Alchemy shines brightly as a light, fun and sexy spot that you don’t want to miss out on when visiting Ubud. There seems to be a raw’veloution in the air and Alchemy is definitely at the cutting-edge forefront of creating fresh approaches to raw food, education and sustainabil

ity whilst being active in their community…going raw has never been so much fun or exciting!

Remember to go to their live music events every Saturdays: 6 to 9 pm.

  • Price range 7 to 15 US$
  • Great for Family, friends, cuddling couples…meetings.
  • Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and more
  • Best thing about this place ? The variety of chocolates and the quality of the food.