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Not Your Regular Bali Bakery Thats For Sure!

Bali Bakery has four shops across Bali, and I would recommend a visit if you’re missing a good Western Bakery. They have one in Kuta, two in Denpasar and one in Seminyak. It’s known as more of an upmarket place to the locals but mainly caters to tourists cravings.

They have a broad range of food available; they have a cafe too, but unfortunately, we didn’t have long enough to stay, so we just grabbed a few donuts and an eclair. Hehe, they were delicious, not quite like our donuts back home but they still went down a treat. We had a mix of flavours as you can see by the pictures and all of them were just as pretty as they were tasty.

We spent about 50,000rp (around £3) it wasn’t a lot of money for what we got. They even had a deal; you buy two doughnuts, and you get one free. Yep sign me up for round two. Hehe (shhh inner sugar monster)

The staff member was magnificent; they didn’t speak too much English, but they still told us about the doughnut offer. I would have loved to try the café food because if it’s anything like their baked goods. It will be good. The place wasn’t overly busy, but we did only go around 4 pm, so not exactly a peak time.

Tina Webber
Tina Webber
Well what can i say? I'm complicated! Although my fundamentals, my core, what makes me, me i suppose is: Glorious food (especially the sweet stuff), the stunning beauty of nature and natural things and my love of excellent art and design.

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