Update: Earth Cafe is now permanently closed.
When I was in Bali earlier this year, one of the things I was really looking forward to, was the food. Roasted suckling pig, pork ribs and grilled chicken were just some of the dishes I couldn’t wait to sink my teeth into. It never happened though, because during my DIY yoga retreat, I ended up eating purely vegan and vegetarian food. I don’t know why, but after the yoga classes I just didn’t feel like eating meat. Instead I had plenty of smoothie bowls and fresh juices, and the organic, vegan Earth Cafe quickly became one of my favorite places.
At the ground level, there’s an organic supermarket, while the cafe is located on stair up. Earth Café isn’t cheap and their 85k IDR Bali Açaí Bowl was one of my most expensive meals on the trip, but it was all worth it. Flavorful, colorful berries and crispy granola on top of a thick, deep purple smoothie. It might be the surroundings (everything just tastes better in Bali), but I think this is the tastiest and best looking açaí bowl I’ve ever had, and when I look at the photos, I just want to go back.
Earth Cafe, Jl. Goutama Selatan, Ubud, Bali