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
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.
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Best place to get your sambal match fix. This spicy relish that goes well with any meat, rice or veg is made fresh daily. Had a seafood sharing platter for 2 that served up an abundant portion for lunch. Great service and prices. The restaurant overlooks the palace garden.
Food Price is higher than other places, Bali travelers deserve a better food quality. The nice photo of food is totally not real, food is suck in the Lotus Cafe... Even though see the dance in the restaurant, but it is really far away, and if want to have closer look, they will charge you as well. It means travelers better go to Ubud palace to see the dance is better. Totally not recommend to eat and see the dance in this restaurant... not even 1 star I want to give....seriously
Lotus cafe is pretty average for the prices they charge. We were just happy to get out of the midday sun! The fact that it's on the main strip in Ubud is its main drawcard, of which they seem to 'target' the tourists. The menu is not too expensive and the staff are very friendly staff - although we noticed again this year, (as in previous visits) that the staff tend to stand around, lean on their counter and STARE. Now maybe it's just because we must be such a gorgeous couple to the Balinese, but it is VERY disconcerting for most tourists. The Balinese decor & gardens are interesting. This time the toilets were upgraded & clean! Come and relax in the cool fans with a great selection of meals. by Jenny & Andrew
Absolutely spectacular view of the temple. The food and service are average for the area. Perfect place for afternoon tea.
It wasn't packed when we were there, we asked for a table in the Balinese Style area and the waiter did not hesitate to sit us there. We enjoyed the lunch, the salmon was perfectly cooked and the view of the lotus ponds and the temple were amazing. It is not cheap but definitely worth it.