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Written by Kristyna Schonova
Co-written by Jiayi Ng, Dawn Pillay

To all the cafe-hoppers out there: Do you know that Bali is not just good for surfing the waves, getting a tan and exploring old cultural places?

It’s also a haven for dessert lovers too!

Also read: 6 superbly delicious ice cream and gelato places in Bali

11 delightful brunch places in Bali to tempt your tastebuds

In fact, some of these mouth-watering delicacies are not only tasty, but also gorgeous works of art that you just can’t help but post on Instagram.

Join us as we explore the best pastry hotspots in sunny Bali – guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth, and the budding photographer in you.

1. That Instagrammable cake!: Livingstone Cafe

Spacious and trendy with a nice ambience, Livingstone Cafe is the place to go on the last day of your holiday, when you simply want to give yourself a good treat!

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This is also the ideal place to retreat and relax with a book in a quiet corner.

This quirky little place also has a funky dessert.

Admit it – an Instagram cake is just the very thing your Instagram page desperately needs.

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This sweet treat is not just pleasurable to your eyes, but under the marzipan layer, delicious mouth-watering brownie awaits.

And here’s another extraordinary piece of cake.

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No, this is not a jar of Nutella, but a Nutella cake! Where else in the world can you can devour the entire Nutella and not feel (too) guilty about it?

If you feel like trying out something crazier, Livingstone cafe has baked for you some funky-looking watermelon bread.

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You can also order coffee with strawberry, orange or avocado flavour!

And guess what? A little Pikachu cupcake is waiting for you to catch it!

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Living stone Bakery

Address: Jl. Petittenget no. 88, Kerobokan, Bali, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 473 5949
Opening hours: Daily, 7 am – 10 pm
Prices: Mains from Rp. 40,000 – Rp. 195,000 (Approximately USD $2.85 – $13.91); Drinks from Rp. 22,000 – Rp. 40.000 (Approximately USD $1.57 – $2.85) (the nutella cake is Rp. 55,000 or approximately USD $3.62)


2. Sweet treats aplenty at Sundara’s beachfront restaurant – Sundara Bali



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With signature desserts such as Sibangkaja Chocolate with a whimsical story of how the chef, Eddy Dhenin (Executive Pastry Chef) was inspired from his trip on the way to a chocolate factory – you know you’re definitely in for a treat.


Photos from left to right: Sibangkaja Chocolate, Eddy Dhenin – the pastry chef

Getting inspiration for desserts with the chef’s experiences traveling around the world, and his Michelin restaurant experiences, there are many exquisite dessert creations to try here.

How about the Miso pot de Cream – a combination of miso soup (his wife’s favourite dish), and the classic french dessert pot de cream? Sounds downright unique, does it not?

If you’re up for something a little less exotic, be sure to try the Valhorana Lava Cake, a chocolate cake with sour cherry compote, and served with vanilla ice cream.


Or if you are coming in groups, try their Dessert Sampler, where you can enjoy a myriad of seasonal tastes with your friends and families.


There are simply way too many delectable treats at Sundara Bali – so give your tastebuds a whirl, settle in at this beachfront restaurant, and have the sweetest time in Bali!


Photos from left to right, top to bottom: Raspberry Macaroon, Chocolate Curry Coconut Pie, Guava Cheesecake, Lemongrass Crème Brulee (Via Sundara Bali)

Sundara Bali

Location : Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay, Jimbaran, Kuta Selatan, Bali, 8036 Indonesia
Contact: 62 (361) 701010
Lunch: 11:30 am – 5:00 pm*
Dinner: 5:00 pm – 11:30 pm*
Cocktails: 11:00 am – 1:00 am
Swim Time: 8:00 am – 1:00 am
* Last order is 4:30 pm for lunch and 11:00 pm for dinner.


3. Cutest cotton candy: Bowl kitchen

Remember going to funfairs with your parents when you were a child?

What was the only thing that you would always ask for?

Sticky, luscious, fluffy and puffy ball on a stick – a cotton candy!

Bowl Kitchen will remind you these good old days, with cotton candy on a whole new level!

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With all colours of the rainbow, your cotton candy can be spun into minions, pandas, pigs or Pikachu.

Lick your fingers, smack your lips and make a selfie with this crazy candy!

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Bowl kitchen

Address: Jalan Gatot Subroto tengah nomor 88 Dps – Bali
Contact: 0823-4111-9848
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:00 am – 23:00 pm. Sat-Sun 11:00 am – 0:00
Price: (Do check with the cafe directly)


4. A healthier ‘ice-cream’: Frozen Yogi

During one of these hot and humid days, the best refreshment is a cool treat.

While wandering around Ubud or Seminyak, you may come across Bali’s first self-serve frozen yogurt joint!

The best thing about it? You are free to mix and match whatever you want! Pick a cup, make your own combination of frozen yogurt and topping, put it on a scale and pay by weight.

If you want to experiment, try the green tea or durian flavour. And if you prefer to stick to the classics, the basic plain yogurt is delicious on its own, just like chocolate or coconut.

Make it a healthy and guilt-free snack by adding fruit, granola and sunflower seeds.

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If you can’t survive without your sweet treats, top it with Reese’s pieces, Oreos, brownies, marshmallows, gummy bears or even rum caramel sauce. The combinations are infinite!

Frozen Yogi Bali

Address1: Ubud on Jl Dewi Sita
Address2: Seminyak on Jl Kayu Aya
Contact: email: [email protected]
Tel: (0361) 4792651
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 10:00 am – 11:30 pm
Price: USD $1 for 100g (Approximately Rp. 18,000)


5. Fruit art: Cafe Moonlight

Fruit has never looked so beautiful before.

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At Cafe Moonlight, you can find smoothie bowls, fruit desserts in a glass and splendid pancake tower all made from fresh and healthy ingredients that will create a concert in your mouth!

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Fruity treats are ideal for breakfast, as healthy snacks or refreshing desserts.

And don’t forget to check out the rooftop Japanese garden where you can get a beautiful view – watch the sunset while munching on your healthy fruity delight!

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Cafe Moonlight

Address: Jl. Beraban No.26,
Banjar Taman, Kerobokan, Bali, 80361
Contact: Tel. 0851 0051 8588
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 7:30 am – 23:00 pm
Price: (Do check with the cafe directly)


6. Get your freak on with a delectable Freakshake! – Revayah Coffee and Cake

Revayah Coffee and Cake takes the cake (quite literally), with its too-pretty-to-be-eaten desserts! A quick glance through their Instagram page will show you all the sweet treats you’ll want to get your hands on.


From the delightful range of cakes, to their amazingly indulgent freakshakes – it’ll almost be a sin to miss out on these.

For hardcore lovers of Nutella, dig into their Nutella Freakshake, adorned with a rainbow confection of more chocolate, pretzels, and marshmallows.

They’ve even upped the ante and released their new Green Tea menu with everything Matcha! Of course, freakshakes are available, along with matcha latte, affogato, millecrepe cakes and creme green tea.


But of course, if you’re just there for the coffee, and to swoon over the pretty desserts, we won’t stop you.

PS: Free WiFi is also available, so you can upload your pretty dessert shots on the spot!


Revayah Coffee and Cake

Address: Jl. Gatot Subroto Timur 99A Denpasar
Contact: 0361 467433
Opening Hours: 10am to 8pm


7. Raw vegan desserts: Alchemy

If Emma’s wasn’t convincing enough for you, here’s the healthiest option out there – Alchemy, Bali’s first 100% raw vegan café, boasts a large selection of raw desserts.


These eye-pleasing confections are just as pleasing to your body. According to Alchemy, not a single sweet contain refined sugar, flour, dairy, wheat or chemical additives.

Some items included in the endless menu list include cheesecakes, pies, peanut butter cups, chocolate truffles, and many more.


And apparently, raw chocolate can help you slim down, regulate stress, and even nourish your brain. Need we say more?


Address: Jl. Penestanan Klod, Ubud, Bali 80571, Indonesia
Contact: 0361 971 981
Price Range: USD$7 – $15
Opening Hours: Daily, 7am – 9pm


8. The smurfs in a cone – Massimo Il Ristorante

If you believe that ice cream should not be a “stand-alone” treat, but the icing on the cake after a delicious feast of homemade Italian pasta and pizza, it’s time to rush to Massimo Il Ristorante in Sanur.


At Massimo, you’ll get surprising smurf flavored ice gelato (but no worries, Chef Massimo assures you that no smurfs are harmed in the process) or strawberry-laced gelato.


The only trouble you will have to go through is to pick your favorite flavor among numerous irresistible choices. All of them only contain real fruits and nuts, and no flavoring or additives are added.  Thumbs up for so much quality in a cup.


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Is that Grand Marnier there in the front? I have it.

Fruit Sensation, Mocca, Fruit Mix and Strawberry laced gelato, 4 of many more flavors

If you like your gelato while on the go, simply buy it from the front store and enjoy it while you stroll down Sanur’s alleys.


Indoor seating for those for whose cool gelato is not cool enough. Air Conditioning guaranteed

Being a true southern Italian and loving people, it is not rare to see fun Massimo stepping out of his kitchen to chit chat with customers.

If you are not up for a trip to Naples, Massimo’s gelato is close enough to “Bella Italia”.

Massimo Il Ristorante

Address: Jalan Danau Tamblingan 228, Sanur
Contact: +62 (0361) 288 942
Email: [email protected]
Opening Hours: 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

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9. Live your medieval fairytale: Biku

If you love to fantasize about medieval royalty, you have to check out Biku’s extremely popular and beautiful pastries.


Actually, even the utensils are too pretty for words.

Biku’s well-known tea-time snacks – mini quiches, cupcakes, scones – come propped on dainty, tiered floral platters.

You can even have a tarot card reading session while enjoying the desserts.


Biku’s unique atmosphere (think tea lounge, restaurant, bookstore and antique store all rolled into one) has received nothing but raving reviews from its patrons.


Chances are, you’ll love it too.


Address: Jl. Raya Petitenget 888, Kerobokan, Bali, Indonesia
Contact: +62 361 8570888
Price Range: USD$0.50 – $11
Opening Hours: Daily, 8am – 11pm


10. Le petit France: CarameL Patisserie and Café

If you’re a fan of French confectionery, you’ll love CarameL Patisserie and Café.


This tiny café specialises in cute little cakes and macarons, which probably won’t fill your stomach (not unless you stuff yourself) but will definitely be able to satisfy even the pickiest dessert guru.


How can you keep away from this pastry haven?

CarameL Patisserie and Café

Address: Jl. Hanoman No. 4B, Ubud, Bali 80571, Indonesia
Contact: (0361) 970847
Price Range: USD$0.80 – $3
Opening Hours: Wednesdays to Mondays, 10am – 9pm


Are there any more awesome dessert places that we missed out? Comment below to let us know!

PLEASE NOTE: All the above information is correct at the date of publication. If you come across any changes or updates, please let us know and we will update the information accordingly. Thank you!
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