I have been eat food from Kue for a few years but unfortunately they have close their Penestanan shop. Still well worth the trip into town to buy your morning toast or pastry etc. I can also eat Kue scones every day, they are just...More
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I can't speak for the bakery downstairs as I only went to the restaurant, which is above the bakery. The location is right on JLRaya Ubud, the main street. So being upstairs was more pleasant as you were away from traffic. Comfortable bench seating and...More
Amazing croissants and food. What a find. A Balinese friend brought me here and now I've been coming daily. Food is great. Staff is friendly.
nice cafe upstairs with wide cakes selection, comfy chairs & couches,good for afternoon tea and chill. We also stayed for a simple dinner and food was very good - I recommend this place if you are looking for a chill place to spend some time.
This place was just what I needed coming off the Ubud main road. I had the chiken burger which was fantastic. Everything fresh and nice (great bun!). Coffee was strong and had great flavor. I look forward to eating here again.
We approached this restaurant from the side steps and therefore when we got inside and there was no food displayed we were a bit confused. Nevertheless we stayed and although the food took a while to arrive it was very good, so it was worth...More
I love croissants and have eaten them in many places in the world. Croissants are not easy to make unless you have the right equipment and refrigeration to make the fluffy pastry. On my way to Bali at the Hong Kong Airport I tried them,...More
We visited the cafe upstairs to have a dessert and coffee after lunch. The place was spacious and almost empty. I asked for a mango shake but they didn't have it (although it's the season). Then I chose cheesecake but it had run out too....More
If you crave an almond croissant then Kue is the best place in Ubud. They ever make their almond croissants fresh each day....which is not the norm for almond croissants as most patisseries use day old croissant to make almond croissant for sale the next...More