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The kind of service you can expect when you visit our KAFE #kafeubud

For reservations or home delivery 🏠 please dial at +62 8111793455 or via WhatsApp📱 at +62 81907118242. Located at Hanoman Street 44B, next to Kebun Bistro

Free of charge Valet Service (start from 12pm) and available motorbike parking space next to our building

The kind of service you can expect when you visit our KAFE #kafeubud

For reservations or home delivery 🏠 please dial at +62 8111793455 or via WhatsApp📱 at +62 81907118242. Located at Hanoman Street 44B, next to Kebun Bistro

Free of charge Valet Service (start from 12pm) and available motorbike parking space next to our building

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Lunch can't be better than this! Don't you think so?
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Buttermilk Chicken Burger ~ lightly spiced buttermilk chicken served with smashed fries & red cabbage slaw.
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Open daily from 7am - 23pm for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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For reservations or home delivery 🏠 please dial at +62 8111793455 or via WhatsApp📱 at +62 81907118242.
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Located at Hanoman Street 44B, next to Kebun Bistro.
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📷 : @______suryeon

Lunch can't be better than this! Don't you think so?
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Buttermilk Chicken Burger ~ lightly spiced buttermilk chicken served with smashed fries & red cabbage slaw.
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Open daily from 7am - 23pm for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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For reservations or home delivery 🏠 please dial at +62 8111793455 or via WhatsApp📱 at +62 81907118242.
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Located at Hanoman Street 44B, next to Kebun Bistro.
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📷 : @______suryeon

The language of friendship is not words but meanings ~ Henry David Thoreau

For reservations or home delivery 🏠 please dial at +62 8111793455 or via WhatsApp📱 at +62 81907118242.

Located at Hanoman Street 44B, next to Kebun Bistro.
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📷 : @emmafborjesson

The language of friendship is not words but meanings ~ Henry David Thoreau

For reservations or home delivery 🏠 please dial at +62 8111793455 or via WhatsApp📱 at +62 81907118242.

Located at Hanoman Street 44B, next to Kebun Bistro.
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📷 : @emmafborjesson

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Feeling hungry? Need something fresh and tasty? Stop by @kafe_ubud  and try our Chef's creation 👨‍🍳
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Open daily from 7am - 23pm for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

For reservations or home delivery 🏠 please dial at +62 8111793455 or via WhatsApp📱 at +62 81907118242.

Located at Hanoman Street 44B, next to Kebun Bistro.
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📷 : @healthyhappykd

Feeling hungry? Need something fresh and tasty? Stop by @kafe_ubud and try our Chef's creation 👨‍🍳
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Open daily from 7am - 23pm for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

For reservations or home delivery 🏠 please dial at +62 8111793455 or via WhatsApp📱 at +62 81907118242.

Located at Hanoman Street 44B, next to Kebun Bistro.
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📷 : @healthyhappykd

Going Green with Gin! 🍀🍸
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• Gin
• Elderflower liquor
• Kale
• Basil
• Pineapple
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Juices the kale and pineapple use cold pressed juicer, than mixed all ingredients together in the cocktail shaker! Shake and strain into coupe glass. Garnish with basil leaf.

Going Green with Gin! 🍀🍸
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• Gin
• Elderflower liquor
• Kale
• Basil
• Pineapple
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Juices the kale and pineapple use cold pressed juicer, than mixed all ingredients together in the cocktail shaker! Shake and strain into coupe glass. Garnish with basil leaf.

Health on the go! One of our raw food selection "Raw Chili" for your lunch option!

Consist of a combination cashew nuts, carrots, sun-dried tomatoes, honey, red bell pepper, extra virgin olive oil served with side salad, salsa & cashew sour cream
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📷 : @joshfriedlander

Health on the go! One of our raw food selection "Raw Chili" for your lunch option!

Consist of a combination cashew nuts, carrots, sun-dried tomatoes, honey, red bell pepper, extra virgin olive oil served with side salad, salsa & cashew sour cream
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📷 : @joshfriedlander

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Whatever your plans are this weekend, we hope you find time to rest, re-charge and eat some really great food. Join us this weekend for breakfast, lunch or dinner!

For reservations or home delivery 🏠 please dial at +62 8111793455 or via WhatsApp📱 at +62 81907118242.

Located at Hanoman Street 44B, next to Kebun Bistro.
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📷 : @annazherlitsynabali

Whatever your plans are this weekend, we hope you find time to rest, re-charge and eat some really great food. Join us this weekend for breakfast, lunch or dinner!

For reservations or home delivery 🏠 please dial at +62 8111793455 or via WhatsApp📱 at +62 81907118242.

Located at Hanoman Street 44B, next to Kebun Bistro.
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📷 : @annazherlitsynabali

We are closed tomorrow! 🙏

NYEPI is the most important and sacred Hindu holiday in Bali. The entire Island is ‘closed’. The roads are closed, even The International Airport! This is the only place in The World where the Government will shut down an airport for meditation and introspection.

No-one can leave or enter Bali. Inside our homes we must stay inside , close the curtains and everything including TV, internet is shut down. A time to evaluate values such as love , kindness, gratitude , patience and generosity!

We will re-open on regular basis at this Friday March 8th 2019

Enjoy the silence! 🤫

We are closed tomorrow! 🙏

NYEPI is the most important and sacred Hindu holiday in Bali. The entire Island is ‘closed’. The roads are closed, even The International Airport! This is the only place in The World where the Government will shut down an airport for meditation and introspection.

No-one can leave or enter Bali. Inside our homes we must stay inside , close the curtains and everything including TV, internet is shut down. A time to evaluate values such as love , kindness, gratitude , patience and generosity!

We will re-open on regular basis at this Friday March 8th 2019

Enjoy the silence! 🤫

Ogoh Ogoh Parade and Nyepi Day (Silence Day)

Due to a different calendar system in Bali, New Year‘s Eve takes place every year around March. In 2019 it is the 6th of March, one day before Nyepi, which is the Silent Day.This is the day where everything in Bali is closed (restaurants, shops, even the airport). You are not allowed to go out on the street.

Before that day Balinese people celebrate Ngrupuk Parade – also known as the ‘Ogoh Ogoh’ Parade. This is a huge Hindu festivity all over Bali. The locals are roaming through the streets, carrying great ‘Ogoh Ogohs’, playing drums, pushing gongs and holding torches. An immersive experience in Bali you won’t ever forget!

The most stunning highlight of Ngrupuk is probably the Ogoh Ogohs. These are giant monster dolls made of light materials: Wood, bamboo, paper, and styrofoam. They are carried on bamboo platforms through the Ogoh Ogoh Parade. They take the shape of mythological, evil creatures and gods to represent negative aspects of living things and criticise society and its latest issues. The name itself comes from ‘ogah ogah’, the Balinese word for ‘shaken’. The scary artworks are indeed shaken when carried through the streets and almost seem to move, dance and come to live. Ogoh Ogoh monsters often have multiple heads and arms and carry swords or pitchforks.

Ogoh Ogoh Parade and Nyepi Day (Silence Day)

Due to a different calendar system in Bali, New Year‘s Eve takes place every year around March. In 2019 it is the 6th of March, one day before Nyepi, which is the Silent Day.This is the day where everything in Bali is closed (restaurants, shops, even the airport). You are not allowed to go out on the street.

Before that day Balinese people celebrate Ngrupuk Parade – also known as the ‘Ogoh Ogoh’ Parade. This is a huge Hindu festivity all over Bali. The locals are roaming through the streets, carrying great ‘Ogoh Ogohs’, playing drums, pushing gongs and holding torches. An immersive experience in Bali you won’t ever forget!

The most stunning highlight of Ngrupuk is probably the Ogoh Ogohs. These are giant monster dolls made of light materials: Wood, bamboo, paper, and styrofoam. They are carried on bamboo platforms through the Ogoh Ogoh Parade. They take the shape of mythological, evil creatures and gods to represent negative aspects of living things and criticise society and its latest issues. The name itself comes from ‘ogah ogah’, the Balinese word for ‘shaken’. The scary artworks are indeed shaken when carried through the streets and almost seem to move, dance and come to live. Ogoh Ogoh monsters often have multiple heads and arms and carry swords or pitchforks.

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Dear KAFE's family and friends, we would like to inform you that today until tomorrow we will be closed for General Cleaning. See you on Wednesday 😉

Pic credit 📷 : @phillyindofoodie

Dear KAFE's family and friends, we would like to inform you that today until tomorrow we will be closed for General Cleaning. See you on Wednesday 😉

Pic credit 📷 : @phillyindofoodie

How about light and tasty for your Sunday treat? Stop by to Kafe Ubud and for Fajitas Wrap & Vitamin C Blast

Open daily from 7am - 23pm for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

For reservations or home delivery 🏠 please dial at +62 8111793455 or via WhatsApp📱 at +62 81907118242.

Located at Hanoman Street 44B, next to Kebun Bistro.
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📷 : @wood_partner

How about light and tasty for your Sunday treat? Stop by to Kafe Ubud and for Fajitas Wrap & Vitamin C Blast

Open daily from 7am - 23pm for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

For reservations or home delivery 🏠 please dial at +62 8111793455 or via WhatsApp📱 at +62 81907118242.

Located at Hanoman Street 44B, next to Kebun Bistro.
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📷 : @wood_partner

How to create Latte Art ☕️☕️ by our talented barista @dekwoh

How to create Latte Art ☕️☕️ by our talented barista @dekwoh