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Best Brunch Spots In Bali, Indonesia

By Leah Freeman-Haskin

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Bali, the Island of the Gods, is known for its otherworldly beaches, rolling surf, and rugged coastlines. Few things pair better with a stint in paradise than extraordinary food, and we’ve compiled a list of some of the best brunch spots on the island from seafood buffets to cozy cafes.

Sisterfields

What’s better than a spot that offers an all-day brunch menu? Absolutely nothing. Located in the heart of Seminyak Bali, Sisterfields is the go-to meeting place for island locals and traveling foodies. In addition to brunch, they offer fresh pastries, salads and large sandwiches as well as an enticing cocktail menu.

Boneka Brunch at The St. Regis Hotel

If luxury is what you are looking for, head over to Boneka Brunch at The St. Regis Hotel. Boneka Sunday Brunch begins from 11 AM to 12 PM with complimentary cocktails at King Cole Bar and live music. If that doesn’t sound intriguing enough, the stunning views and à la carte breakfast dishes will give you plenty of reasons to come back.

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Crumb and Coaster

This “easy, breezy” restaurant keeps thing simple with local ingredients and humble beginnings. Crumb and Coaster is 100% locally owned and operated and opened its doors just three years ago. With over 300 Facebook reviews and a nearly perfect rating, patrons can’t stop boasting about the excellent service, delicious food, and inviting atmosphere.

STARFISH BLOO at W Bali – Seminyak

Be sure to make your reservation early since STARFISH BLOO‘s signature brunch is only on Sundays, from noon to 3:30 PM and attracts foodies from all over the world. Situated right on Seminyak beach, your brunch comes with idyllic views of the ocean and the fresh salt air. The W also recommends that you warm up for brunch with buy one-get-two on selected beverages at W Lounge from 11 am – 12 pm.


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Seasalt

Seasalt is coastal dining at its finest. The website boasts that “stepping into Seasalt will take you into what resembles a stylish seaside residence dominated by ocean hues and cozy décor.” Their seafood brunch is offered every Sunday from noon to 4 PM, and features live music, ceviche, live sushi and sashimi stations, and 2-for-1 Bloody Mary’s.

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Maybe Tony

“Eat good” at Maybe Tony with a brunch selection that claims to be not your average coffee shop featuring a provenance-driven modern Italio-Australian menu. With a perfect 5-star review on TripAdvisor, Maybe Tony is best known for it’s “great vibes,” excellent service, and amazing food with selections including vegetarian-friendly, gluten-free, and vegan options. Maybe Tony is located in the Kuta village of Bali.

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