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Canggu

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Canggu

While warungs dot the Canggu area, the focus on the foreigner end of the food chain is on higher end eateries, both in fancy restaurants and within the resorts.

  • Cafe Canggu
    4 stars

    Tourist-focussed food at good prices

    Jalan Pantai Berawa

    Set by a four-way intersection on Pantai Berawa Road, one really can't go past this little Western-owned café without stopping in for at least a small snack. Cafe Canggu is breezy and comfortable, with prompt friendly staff and in the heat of the day makes for a welcome respite. Organic ... read more

  • Green Ginger Noodle House
    3.5 stars

    Oodles of atmosphere

    Jalan Pantai Brawa 46
    T: (0361) 844 6640

    Quite a few little cafes are starting to pop up in the Canggu area around the expat-popular Canggu Club, but all-vegetarian Green Ginger Noodle House, which has been open for quite a while now and is cute beyond cute, is worth seeking out for something a bit different if you’re staying in the ... read more

  • Deus Cafe
    3.5 stars

    Great design, tasty food

    Jalan Batu Mejan 8, Canggu
    T: (0361) 368 3385

    If you’re looking for something to do on the way to or from Echo Beach, or simply for an excuse to go for a jaunt somewhere in Canggu, the Bali branch of Australia’s Deus Ex Machina is perfect. Its Bali “Temple of Enthusiasm” sits amid green paddy in lush gardens, offering up a cafe, a ... read more

  • Echo Beach
    3 stars

    Busiest of the beachfront options

    Jl Pura Batu Mejan, Echo Beach
    T: (0361) 747 4604

    Echo Beach House is the largest of the beachfront cluster of restaurants and warungs that face onto the ocean at Echo Beach. Invariably busy and seemingly particularly popular with Australians (though all nationalities are represented), this becomes the focal point for many a Canggu holidaymaker as ... read more



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