5 sustainable cafes in Bali
Coming to Bali and looking for eco-friendly spots to have lunch? We’ve got you! Here are our top 5:
Ijen, at Potato Head, dedicated to ethical sourcing and social responsibility. From replacing plastic with banana leaves, gas with wood fire, sourcing vegetables from local farmers one mile away to offering only line-caught seafood and using natural recycled materials in their decor,.. treat yourself with a meal at Ijen, highly recommended!
Cuca, where all food is made from 100% Indonesian ingredients
Warung Goethe, This local eatery in Canggu is run by a French-Indonesian couple who helps zero-waste dining makes its way to Bali. They hate throwing away food and want to ban the word waste from their restaurant.
- The Fair Warung Bale by the Fair Future Foundation. The local eatery forms part of the Fair Future Foundation, one that provides free health and medical care solutions to those in need, regardless of race, religion, and origin.
- Sarong, they have their own farm!