Top 7 Bali Best Cake Shops 2016.04.15


As the most popular destination in the world, Bali provides all of the guests needed. Bali has some good restaurants with a unique concepts, nice beach clubs, awesome rooftop bars, but what about cake shops ?. A cup of tea and some combination of sweet snack can be a perfect choice for your mid-afternoon or in the evening with friends, family or your loved one. Don’t know where to go to get sweet and delicious cakes? Here, we have arranged the Top 7 Bali Best Cake Shops that You Should to Visit. 

1. Pod Chocolate Shop & Café


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Love Chocolate? Looking for a unique experience and a great day out? Pod answers to the need of making good use of the quality cocoa grown in Bali’s central highlands. It manufactures high quality homemade organic chocolate from locally-grown cocoa pods, while carrying the noble mission of supporting local cocoa farmers as well.

It is one of the places where you can enjoy heavenly chocolate without sinful feelings. The boutique chocolate factory is located up in the cocoa-producing highlands of Petang, and it has a café onsite where you can sample the rich chocolate bars, as well as sea salted caramel and gourmet ice creams. 


: Jalan Sunset Road 89, Kav.3, Kuta

Phone +62361 849 622 8

 2. The Harvest Patissier & Chocolatier 


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The Harvest Patissier & Chocolatier features ultra-chic interiors and a vast selection of quality baked delights, and it’s no wonder why the brand has gained popularity in Indonesia after first setting up shop in Jakarta in 2004. The cute little chain of patisseries hit the sunny shores of Kuta a decade later, bringing its homemade pastries, chocolates, ice cream, breads and cakes with it. Naturally, the desserts are to die for, comprising sinful servings such as chocolate melt, mango tiramisu, coffee brulee, pralinette crepes, vanilla panacotta and fudge brownie.

To wash them down, there are hot and cold coffees and teas, as well as frozen delights such as faluda, frozen green tea, coffee and Oreos, caramel cappuccino and mochaccino. Overall, it’s not really a place to go to if you’re on a diet, but if you’re in for fun chit-chat with friends over some heavy meals, then all’s good at The Harvest.


: Jalan Sunset Road No.815, Kuta

PHONE +62361 849 648 8

3. Biku Restaurant Seminyak 

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Biku blends together the unique combination of a tea lounge, restaurant, antiques and book store in Bali. Inspired by Indonesia's unique cultures, Biku is an eclectic mix of old Indonesia with a modern touch. Located in Seminyak, Bali, Biku takes on a life of its own in a historic 150-year-old Teak Joglo from East Java. The joglo was once an antique store but has been converted into a restaurant and is now Biku.

Biku's menu is best described as "tropical comfort food". They use only the best ingredients to create everything from Indonesian and Balinese specialties to International favorites to remind overseas visitors of home. But don't forget to save room for dessert. Our selection of delicious homemade cakes, pies and other sweets change daily.

favorite menu is the Traditional Afternoon Tea, which includes delectable varieties of finger sandwiches, scones with jam & fresh whipped cream, and a selection of sweet treats. Come tantalize both your savory and sweet palate at Biku. You can use Seminyak Line for going to bus stop at Gardin Bistro. The fare is Rp. 20.000 for single trip.


: Jl. Petitenget No.888, Seminyak, Kuta Utara, Bali

PHONE +62851-0057-0888

4. Gardin Bistro & Pattisserie 


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The newest addition to the food heaven that is Seminyak, Gardin Bistro & Pattisserie, is a hip yet homey establishment. You're greeted by a spread of cakes and desserts, in an impressive glasshouse that acts as the hub of the restaurant. Concrete floors juxtapose with old world stained glass motifs, while elegant floral cafe tables and sofas beckon for a long, relaxed meal. True to its namesake, with the plush greenery surrounding the glasshouse, it truly feels like dining in a magical garden - the stuff of fairytales.

Apart from the cakes that are served all day, Bistro fare also graces the menu including sandwiches, salads, and classic mains - with an Asian twist to European favourites. It is no surprise really, given that Gardin is part of the blockbuster group that includes Odysseia and Fable in Jakarta.

The do-it-all menu makes sense in the free-flowing, 'back to nature' space that is home to this pattiserie and bistro. The beautiful garden transforms to a magical sight in the evenings, with direct view of the stars from the glass ceilings - making it an Instagram favourite. You can use Seminyak Line for going to bus stop at Gardin Bistro. The fare is Rp. 20.000 for single trip.


: Jalan Petitenget No.106, Seminyak, Badung, Bali

PHONE +62361 8499799

5. Room4Dessert


Bali foodies will recognise Chef Will Goldfarb of Ku De Ta Bali fame, and can now enjoy the pastry chef’s all-out dessert venture up in Ubud at his aptly-named Room4Dessert. The talented pastry chef had once been a prominent figure in New York’s culinary scene, before shifting base to Bali in 2008 after a series of setbacks.

Since then, he has gone on to make a name for himself with the exotic desserts that he churns out in his restaurant. By making clever use of local ingredients, such as rambutans, coconuts and palm sugar, Will incorporates a unique Balinese flavour into his pastries.


Jalan Sanggingan, Ubud, Kec. Gianyar, Bali

PHONE +62 812-3666-2806

6. Caramel Patisserie Ubud  

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Life is Short, Eat Dessert First ~ Caramel Patisserie Ubud

Caramel is a heavenly desserts and cake spot up in Ubud, presenting high quality items and pastry creations by Indonesian pastry chef duo Jessica Lestariana and Hermawan Tanjung. Caramel also has great coffee. Indonesian French press coffees, Vietnamese drip with caramel milk, and a selection of fresh fruit juices are among the drink list items.

The petite shop features two levels with most of the cake displays on the first. Delightful macaroons, meringues and strawberry tartlets, and triple chocolate cakes with dark jelly and shiny icing are simply too hard to resist. A must-try is the Chocolate Dome, comprising mousse, salted caramel with a biscuit base and ganache covering. You can use Ubud Line for going to bus stop at Ubud Central Parking. The fare is Rp. 80.000 for single trip.


: Jalan Petitenget No.106, Seminyak, Badung, Bali

PHONE +62361 8499799

7. Bali Bakery 

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We are thinking this “Bali Bakery” is familiar bakery in Bali for you just because of the name is really easy to remember. From their deliciously wholesome a la carte menu to the tantalizing array of breads, pastries and cakes they have something to cater to all tastes in a relaxed and easy atmosphere that is perfect for casual dining or just a relaxing coffee. Come on in and see for yourself, we know you will like it, because at Bali Bakery, are more than just a bakery.  

Bali Bakery has become the Island's most reputable midday gathering place for a discerning local and international clientele, where tourists rub shoulders with high-powered business executives, and housewives sip tea alongside politicians and movie stars. Bali Bakery offers a distinctive culinary array of local and Western foods to tantalize and tempt the most discerning of taste buds. You can use Seminyak Line  for going to bus stop at Holiday Inn Express Kuta. The fare is Rp. 20.000 for single trip.


: Jalan Petitenget No.106, Seminyak, Badung, Bali

PHONE +62361 8499799


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