Must Try Cafe in Ubud. Our Lunch and Walkaround at Kampung Cafe (Day 2)


We hit the road early in the morning in order to reach theMore than an hour’s ride through the winding and bumpy uphills and downhills, we finally reaching Tegallalang. However, before we reach our destination, an unexpected traffic jam drew us back. Since it was almost noon time, the driver recommends that we should go for lunch and try our luck again.

Though it is called an cafe, they do serve main courses for the patrons. I ordered an Pork Spare Ribs (Rp, 61,000) while sharing a Rice Paper Roll (Rp, 36,000) with my girl friend as well. No long later, the waitress handed out the dishes to us. Both dishes are superbly plated with garnish. The rice paper rolls are wrapped with chunks of chicken, lettuce, spring onion, cucumber with thai sweet chilli sauce. The fact that the taste ressemble a vietnamese rice roll.

It was really good to enjoy a cup of Bali Coffee while viewing the greenery.

Alighting in front of the cafe front porch, you could immediately feel the connectivity with nature. Unlike modern cafe, The Kampung Cafe is styled in a balinese architecture in a quiet ambience. Surrounding the cafe was pure greenery the peace your mind entirely despite the humid weather. We settled down quickly and we ordered a Bali Coffee (Rp 14,000) and Coffee Float (Rp 26,000) for a late morning wake up drink. The Bali Coffee was definitely aromatic but due to its powdery taste, not much people much like it.

Perhaps Bali Coffee will still be a better choice than the coffee float. The coffee tasted very dilute, which possibly due to the ice. The cream did not help much in enhancing the taste.

Rice Paper Rolls, Rp 36,000

Pork Spare Ribs (250 gm), Rp 61,000

Kampung Cafe
Ceking-Tegallalang, Gianyar, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Tel: +62-36-901201
Operating Hours: 8am to 9pm, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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