As Canggu opens up to more and more foreigners, more and more cafes open. Milk & Madu is one of the better ones in Canggu catering toward the foreigner crowd.
Located in a large Balinese style pavilion out towards Pantai Berawa, Milk & Madu serves up a range of baked egg dishes, toast, pancakes and other standard cafe fare.And the food we’ve tried is good! The skillet eggs are not huge, but enough for a breakfast and very tasty.The eggs benedict with smashed avo was sensational. The mango pancakes tasted great, but were just too much for one person to eat.
Coffees and juices are good and worth coming here for on their own.For people with kids, this is the perfect cafe. There’s a fair sized play area on the back lawn which doesn’t disturb other guests, but caters perfectly for families with kids.We really like this cafe and think it’s worth visiting if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of Seminyak for a while.
Milk & Madu
Jalan Raya Pantai Berawa No.52, Tibubeneng, Kuta Utara
Jam Buka: setiap hari 07:00 – 22:00
Buttermilk hotcakes: Rp60.000++
Sauteed chorizo organic skillet eggs: Rp65.000++
Super smoothies: Rp55.000++
You may well have heard of Revolver in Seminyak, that famous coffee shop with the hidden entrance which opened around 2012. It was a hit at the time and in our view is still one of the best places for coffee in Bali.
But since 2013 there has also been a coffee shop called Baby Revolver which we absolutely love. On our last visit, we ordered a couple of coffees and we were blown away by the quality which we think exceeds just about anything else out there.Great temperature, great flavour and great texture.
The iced coffee was on the strong side, just as I like it. But Susan prefers a weaker coffee and would ask for a half shot next time.
They also serve a range of pastries and cakes here which hit the spot when you’ve sipping a coffee.The location is what we really love about this place. It’s tiny and feels awesome when you’re the only one there.When it fills up it can feel a little crowded, but not so bad. Surprisingly, it’s not always full, so you’ve always got a good chance of getting a seat.The staff are cool and helpful and we’ll definitely be back regularly for a coffee fix. Highly recommended and one of our favourites in Bali!
Jalan Kayu Aya / Gang 51, Seminyak
(0361) 735 648
Black coffee: Rp25.000++
White coffee: Rp30.000++