Cafe LotusCurrently Open [Closes at 11:00 pm]
- Address: Jl. Raya Ubud, Ubud, Jakarta Pusat, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
- Timings: 08:30 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Phone: +62-361975660
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Cafe, Family And Kids
Cafe Lotus - Review
Opened in 1983, the Cafe Lotus has been acting as an oasis amid the bustling town. It is the centrepiece of Balinese culture with its folklore performances that take place every evening except on Fridays. The atmosphere is made ethereal with its beautiful Lotus pond, surrounded by the hanging branches of the Kamboja trees and the flowering Orchid plants. You will also get to see the Pura Taman Kemuda Saraswati temple located in the Cafe Lotus complex. You can sit back at the main lounge or on the Bamboo mats, at the low tables under the covered terrace and also in the private pavilion of the Bale Patok. Cocktail, “Spirited” Coffees and wine varieties are your beverage choices.
How To reach Cafe Lotus by Public Transport
- Rented Car / Taxi
Things to Know Before Visiting Cafe Lotus
0.13% of people who visit Bali include Cafe Lotus in their plan
71.43% of people start their Cafe Lotus visit around 9 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Cafe Lotus
95% of people prefer walking in order to reach Cafe Lotus
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Cafe Lotus Trips
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Cafe Lotus, Bali Reviews
Good food a bonus but the real highlight was the serenity of this cafe. In the heat & traffic the lotus is an oasis. The staff are particularly warm, efficient & attentive. Menu covers Indonesian specialities plus western. Alcohol, smoothies, fruit juice available to quench your thirst. There is typical restaurant seating available or you can sit on bamboo mats under cover from the sun alongside the Lotus Pond. Definitely a welcoming retreat from the heat, crowds & traffic.
Very beautiful scenery, decent food (though I have had better in Ubud). The downside is the price. It was by far the most expensive place my wife and I ate while in Ubud (including the notoriously expensive hotel we stayed at). If the food and service was phenomenal, I would have rated higher, but it really wasn’t anything special. We ate better food all around at many places (some even less than half the price). I gave 3 stars mainly because the scenery was nice and food was of good quality overall. But I honestly would not recommend it. There are much better places with equally nice seating that I would recommend first. It was rather disappointing.
Scenery: stunning Price: over average Service: under average Food: keep walking Cocktails: lol (seriously, better stay thirsty)
The service was a little slow and unorganised... But the Indonesian Spring Rolls and Pumpkin Soup that I had was fantastic. Especially the pumpkin soup... Flavour explosion! Highly recommended trying it, I'm going to try to recreate it back in Australia.
food is good. service is normal. i recommand that cold garlic soup with parwan and bread. better reserve ahead to get beat table and see 7:30pm show