Berawa / Canggu
If you’re looking for a stunning villa set amongst the rice paddies, close to surf breaks yet just 15 minutes by car or motorbike from bustling Seminyak, then Canggu is definitely the ideal location. Canggu was once just an enclave for keen surfers but it’s fast becoming a cosmopolitan and fabulously interesting place to stay . Home to many expats, its packed with hip cafes and great restaurants yet still with a local and authentic Balinese feel.
The surf breaks that run from Berawa to Echo Beach have black volcanic sand, so while perhaps not ideal for kids, it’s absolute nirvana for wave riders!
There’s no shortage of fantastic mid-range and light on the wallet
places to eat in Canggu and if you’re up for a fine dining experience,
the culinary delights of Seminyak are just a quick drive away.
La Finca: 77 Jl. Subak Sari – Authentic Spanish food in a gorgeous surrounding. Big tapas menu and they do a tasty paella.
at Desa Seni: 13 Jl. Subak Sari– Fresh, organic produce is used to make
simply delicious and good-for-you meals at this yoga resort.
Plaza: Jl.Pantai Berawa– If you’re in the mood for it, they’ve probably
got it. Japanese, Brazilian and Italian all in the one location.
44 Jl.Pantai Berawa –This super cute cafe make the best cinnamon
scrolls EVER as well as daily specials such as Polish apple cake and
flourless chocolate cake. You will have to go back more than once.
: 35 Jl.Pantai Berawa - Set in a traditional Javanese joglo this
café/home wares shop serves deliciously healthy and tasty breakfast and
lunch with delicious treats and great coffee.
Ginger: 46 Jl.Pantai Berawa – Some of the tastiest vegetarian Asian
inspired food you’ll find on the island. Great breakfasts, too.
Indotopia: 34 Jl.Pantai Berawa – Good Vietnamese cuisine including fresh rice paper wraps and pho.
Warung Canggu: Jl.Pantai Berawa – Authentic Indonesian food that won’t give you a tummy ache.
Asia Deli Campur: : Jl.Pantai Berawa- Super tasty Japanese-inspired food. New dishes every day so never boring.
Milly’s Warung: Jl.Pantai Berawa - A happy mixture of Indonesian and Western favourites.
Budokan Sake and Noodle House: 51A : Jl.Pantai Berawa – Just like the name says…a winning combination!
at the Bali Equestrian Centre: Jalan Karang Suwung, Berawa, – You don’t
even have to horse ride to enjoy this one. The restaurant, playground
and pool is open to the public. Great for kids.
Cafe Canggu: 34 Batu Bolong – Surfers like to stop at this cute cafe for a coffee or something to eat on the way to hit the waves at Echo
Betelnut: 60 Batu Bolong – Top pick!
Great food breakfast, lunch or dinner. Healthy salads, mouth-watering
burgers and sensational treats. All with a rice paddy view.
Deus: 8 Jl. Batu Mejan – Spacious restaurant with a shop attached. Perfect if you want a motorbike and t-shirt with your lunch!
On the beach at Echo Beach:
Sticky Fingers – Seriously good pizza and pasta with a sea breeze.
Sate Bali – Authentic Balinese and Indonesian food. Definitely try the satay.
House – Get there to watch the sun set over the ocean and order a la
carte or choose from the selection of fresh seafood and meat which is
grilled on the spot. While you’re waiting you can hit the salad bar.
Esthetic at Canggu Plaza – Don’t worry if you’ve come on holidays
without having your hair cut or coloured. Esthetic have a good team of
professionals. They also do great manicure and pedicures as well as
relaxing massages and facials.
Lounge: Jalan Pura Batu Mejan – If you’re in the Echo Beach area, then
you should definitely call by Golddust for one of their treatments. Good
mani/pedis and facials. If you’re feeling lazy, they will come to your