Most Instagrammable Restos In Bali

There are dozens of restaurants and cafés around Bali, from hidden locations to more popular tourist joints. If you’re a millennial (or xennial like me) doing it for the ‘gram, here are 20 guaranteed to bring on the likes. Their drinks and grub aren’t bad, either.
1. Motel Mexicola, Seminyak
At night, it’s one of the loudest bars in Seminyak (The conga line thrives here!). In the daytime, it’s a hip and colorful spot that’s begging to be Instagrammed.

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2. La Plancha, Denpasar
Nothings says Bali than rainbow-colored bean bags, flashy umbrellas, and hand-painted walls. The design of this resto-bar by the beach is often replicated, but nothing beats the original.

3. La Laguna, Canggu
My favorite spot in Bali, this sprawling property pays homage to the owner’s Spanish gypsy heritage.

4. Old Man’s Bar, Canggu
Surfers flock to this outdoor bar for food, drinks, and music by the beach.

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5. Sea Circus, Seminyak
It’s not an actual circus, but a resto-bar-café where every corner is an Instagram opportunity. Your food will get cold because you’ll be taking oodles of photos before touching it.

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6. Kynd Community, Seminyak
Oozing with millennial pinkness, this vegan bar is known for their smoothie bowls, juices, and open-faced sandwiches.

7. Bikini Restaurant, Seminyak
When you’re here, you’ll end up as one of those girls taking dozens of selfies in the bathroom.

8. The Bistrot, Seminyak
This café-lounge is inspired by New York’s industrial spaces. You’ll also find lots of vintage gadgets and furniture on display.

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9. Coffee Cartel, Seminyak
The floors and walls of this boutique coffee house are so colorful you’ll want to create flat lays of your food and OOTD photos of yourself all afternoon.

10. Nalu Bowls, Canggu
It’s an entire shack dedicated to pretty smoothie bowls.

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11. Secret Café, Nusa Dua
Tucked in Nusa Dua away from the touristy areas, this small café serves great drinks and grub.

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12. Clear Café, Ubud
This two-floor café is inspired by treehouses and pixie storybooks. There’s also a hidden fireman’s pole for kids from 7 to 70.

13. Café Organic, Canggu
They call themselves “garden gangstas” who offer vegetarian meals and health-conscious drinks. Dibs on the outdoor swing seat!

14. Revolver Espresso, Seminyak
This Aussie-run place is a quaint café in the daytime, and a happening bar at night. Trivia: I, Kate of, placed the first Philippine peso bill in their coffee table display! Please look for it when you go there.

15. Angelita Patisserie, Kuta
Relive the tea parties of your childhood in this French patisserie and bakery.

16. Kebun Bistro, Ubud
This downtown Ubud resto offers French and Mediterranean dishes in a Provencal-style setting.

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17. Fat Chow, Kuta and Jimbaran
This quirky Asian restaurant lets you enjoy your fusion dishes with a great view.

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18. La Favela, Seminyak
From the same creative minds that designed La Laguna, La Favela is a bar, restaurant and club inspired by lush, tropical gardens.

19. Living Stone Café and Bakery, Kuta
If you’re tired of the artsy, cluttered designs of most cafés, go for the more minimalist Living Stone Bakery.

20. Nook Bali, Canggu
Situated in the middle of Canggu’s rice fields, this open-air café makes a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of Bali.

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What’s your favorite restaurant or café in Bali?