Cafe Organic Petitenget, Canggu, Bali Review

July 3, 2019

Hi guys, welcome back to my blog! Today I'll be sharing about an Instagrammable cafe I quickly visited during my Bali trip called Cafe Organic.

Cafe Organic actually has 2 branches, one in Seminyak and one in Canggu. Since my group and I were cafe hopping around Canggu, we decided to pay the Canggu branch a visit.

Jl. Petitenget No.99 X, Kerobokan Kelod, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Opening hours:
Open daily 7am - 6pm

+62 812-3612-8341

Filled with lush greenery + a minimalist earthy tone, Cafe Organic is a nice (almost hidden) spot in Canggu that you can drop by to chill or grab some coffee & smoothie bowls.

Don't be fooled by my camera's wide lens! Though it looks quite big in the pics, in real life the place is actually quite quant. Also, we dropped by around 11am and the place was fully packed.

If you're patient + lucky, you can take lots of instagrammable shots with their monochromatic sitting area outside. Do note though that the lighting can be quite fickle as they have a sunroof.

Though the place was packed, I managed to sneak in this lucky shot!

Apart from their outside sitting area, you can also opt to sit inside where there's air conditioning.

Their interior is very minimally decorated + has lots of earthy tones to it. I quite like the vibe!

In my opinion, they don't really have that much sitting room so do come early if you want to snag a comfy place to chill.

You place your orders at the counter, and you're only asked to pay after you've eaten your meal:

I forgot to take a picture of their menu, but they have a copy online on their website that you can find here.

They didn't have any cakes/desserts out at the time, but the did have eco-friendly cutleries, snacks & drinks by the side of their bar.

They also only accept cash.

A lot of the people here were actually working, and the vibe (although it was packed) was pretty chill and relaxed.

We actually had breakfast at Lola's Shaking All Day + had dessert at Mad Pops Bali, so we weren't particularly hungry. We just shared their Matcha Pancake (IDR65k) and their Caramel Latte (IDR30k). I think their prices were pretty reasonable + their food tasted nice.

We just chilled here till our driver came to pick us up to bring us to Cabina. I brought some Kiehls products to take pics at a marigold field, but since we couldn't locate the field I took them here instead haha.

If you're in Canggu and you're looking for a place to chill, I would recommend this place! The prices are not bad, the vibe is nice + you can take pretty Instagrammble shots.

And that's it for this post! If you'd like to read more about my Bali trip, click here to view all my Bali-related posts.

Thanks for dropping by, see you in my next post!

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