The 5 Best Smoothie Bowls in Bali
Wondering where to find the best smoothie bowls in Bali? You’ve come to the right place. These beautiful, colorful bowls are somewhat of an addiction here on the island, and leaving a trip to Bali without having one would be unheard of. In fact, you may just want to try a new one every day, and check each one off your Bali bucket list – which is why I’ve compiled this list of the best, most delicious and nutritious bowls you can find around the island. So whether you’re in it for the early-morning health kick or just for the top-notch Bali instagram story, these are your go-to bowls. (If you follow @JetsetChristina you knowwww I’m allllll about that acai bowl ‘gram edited with my mobile presets!)
1. Nalu Bowls
Let’s kick off this list with my very favorite. Nalu bowls invented the smoothie bowl game in Bali. They were the first on the scene and their delicious bowls use fresh Bali ingredients and homemade granola that they bake every day. They now have locations in Seminyak, Kuta, Canggu, Uluwatu and Berawa, so you can pretty much get Nalu bowls anywhere you go in Bali. On any given morning that I’m not traveling, you can usually find me at the Nalu Bowls in Canggu, right by the beautiful COMO hotel.
I’m addicted to the Uluwatu bowl (frozen dragonfruit blended to perfection and topped with mango, strawberries, and banana and granola), and I love their acai bowl as well.
PS, for all of you out there traveling Southeast Asia with nut allergies like me, their granola is just toasted oats – so is completely nut-free.
2. Cafe Organic
If you’ve been on Instagram or Pinterest lately, you’ve likely seen Cafe Organic’s over-the-top beautiful bowls all over your feed. Their two locations (in Seminyak and Canggu) create an absolute oasis for breakfasters and their decor and ambiance is pure BALI. Also, if you’re in need of a pick-me-up to go with your smoothie, they have some of the best (and buzziest) coffee around.
3. Kynd Community Cafe
This vegan, plant-based Bali cafe has the prettiest bowls around. They’ll even spell out words like “LOVE BALI” “BALI BABE” or “JETSET” in their smoothie bowls.
*Kynd is a great cafe if you don’t have dietary restrictions, but anyone traveling to Bali with a peanut allergy, beware, though, as this cafe almost killed me when they put a spoonful of peanut butter in a smoothie I ordered despite knowing my allergy and it not being listed on the menu!!!
4. Peloton Supershop
Vegan cafe Peloton is one of my go-tos in the Canggu/Berawa area. No, I’m not a vegan, but I am a sucker for their avocado toast, delicious bowls and salads, and their KILLER sweet potato fries. All of their smoothie bowls are pure fruit and grains with no added sugar, making them a perfect working breakfast to make sure your creative juices are flowing. Definitely stop by here and try their nutrient-packed green bowl, it’s my favorite thing on the menu.
5. Kelly’s Warung
Would you like a side of paradise with your smoothie bowl? Kelly’s Warung, a cafe on Bingin Beach in Uluwatu, is the dreamiest place to have a Bali bowl. Their frozen dragonfruit bowl is to-die-for, as are the views and general laid-back Ulu vibes of this place.
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You missed one place: Hotel Tugu Bali! They have super delicious breakfast options, including the smoothie bowls!
From your list, I have only tried Nalu and so far so addicted to their J-Bay! I keep coming back for more. But definitely will try the other places you mentioned here. They look great!
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