Sanur Family Eats
If you’re keen to try authentic Indonesian cuisine, there are some great (and cheap) warungs in Sanur. Take your pick from those that dot the beachfront. Pull up a plastic chair and sample some fresh grilled fish washed down with an icy cold beer. Lilla Warung, Mila’s Warung and WarungCachill all serve tasty, fresh, and authentic food and are definitely worth a visit.
If you are looking for the perfect spot for a family gathering or a festive celebration, Massimo is the place to go! Whatever the occasion is, Massimo offers an unrivaled authentic Italian dining experience in a tasteful setting where there’s truly something for everybody. Sit in the garden area amongst leafy tropical trees and plants [perfect for a romantic dinner!], or sit inside on the long tables with friends and family, or, for real comfort, enjoy their delicious Italian food in the cool air-conditioned area. And don’t forget to save room for their amazing homemade gelato!
Bread Basket Bakery & Cafe
True to its name, Bread Basket is not only a cafe [serving until 5pm], but it is THE place to go for freshly baked bread daily, divine pastries, and scrumptious cakes! They use natural rye sourdough, fresh yeast, selected grains and a careful choice of flours, making their breads unique [and they last for ages!] Head here for a coffee and pick up a loaf of freshly baked bread for lunch – you will feel like you are living the Parisian lifestyle!
The Porch Cafe
Located at the front of the Flashbacks Bungalows you’ll find a sweet little spot, The Porch Cafe. Although dainty and small on the inside, it has a veranda and spacious front outdoor area – perfect to enjoy the big bacon and egg breakfast that they cook on the outside BBQ – Aussie style! Great for those with kids, they have highchairs, a mean ham and cheese toastie, and the lovely staff will adapt the food on the menu for the little ones. As a treat, why not try their High Tea? Finger sandwiches, pikelets, scones with jam and cream, and slices are served on a pretty tiered stand, along with a pot of tea or plunger coffee.
Where do you go if you want to do a spot of yoga, buy some veggies, learn how to cook, have a dance class, and have a decent salad? Manik Organic of course! It is a one stop healthy spot, with a focus on holistic healing and organic food. With a tagline that reads ‘It’s All Good’, this is the place to visit for some positive inspo!