If you are visiting the mountain town of Bedugul in Bali, you will probably be checking out the markets. Tucked away facing the car park behind the markets is this funky cafe called Eat, Drink, Love.
It is a good travellers rest place away from the pesky market sellers, ideal for a coffee break. Not sure if they did nay food, but it looks like the place best for drinks. There is a more relaxing area upstairs.
Eat, Drink, Love | Jalan Candi Kuning -Bedugul, Bali
The Cafe Teras Lempuna (Teras means terrace). A lovely English garden that could only be located in the cooler climes of the hills of Bali. Near lake Batur.
Rob was very excited to see onkonimyaki on the menu, his favourite Japanese dish, and it was a very good one too by western standards.
A club sandwich, the usual quality, presented nicely.
It was soup weather, but the spicy tomato soup really wasn’t spicy at all, which was rather disappointing! It was also tea weather, so I indulged in a pot.
The cafe must attract many Japanese tourists as there was also katsu don on the menu, which is a fried meat and egg style omlette with a sweet soy sauce on top of rice.
This is a good place to stop for lunch if travelling to or through Bedugul, in the north of Bali. You don’t get the lake view that many of the other lunch stops may have but the quality I think would be better here, plus it has some western choices.