Cafe Wayan

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Cafe Wayan   since 1986
                    & Bakery  Monkey Forest Road, Ubud-Bali


 

Entering Cafe Wayan off bustling Monkey Forest Road today,
you will find yourself within our tranquil gardens with seating in pavilions
amongst lotus ponds. Offering traditional Balinese, Indonesian and western dishes, along with fresh baked breads and desserts from our bakery,
guests have enjoyed our relaxed atmosphere for over 20 years.

Our Story
Our Story goes back to 1980 when Ibu Wayan had a small warung - a little bamboo hut of a food stall. Ibu Wayan sold coffee to the rice farmers and made black rice pudding  on what is now Monkey Forest Road. Ibu also means "mother" and she has always loved to cook sharing her joy for food. As more tourists began to visit, Cafe Wayan officially opened in 1986.
 Ibu was also keen to learn about food from different cultures as well, so long-term visitors would not miss their own food.
 Ibu’s husband Ketut, a traditional artist, began expanding the gardens and designing the Alam Indah family accomodations.

In 2014, Cafe Wayan celebrated 28 years.  
We continue to feel so happy to welcome guests
to experience our Balinese hospitality. 

Our menu includes Indonesian and Balinese food, Thai-style Curries,
a wide range of Western dishes and seafood including a specialty,
Prawns ala Ketut.

Fresh Salads and Vegetarian selections.
Daily Specials and Heavenly Home-Made Desserts
that go beyond Death by Chocolate Cake!

Traditional Balinese Food is prepared mostly for ceremonial occasions
and requires much preparation.
Sunday evenings
 we offer a Traditional Balinese Buffet
so you can enjoy the variety of flavours of our food.
Balinese Smoked Duck
or Indonesian Rijstafel may be ordered for any day with 24 hours advance notice.

Click at the bottom of this page for Cafe Wayan Photo Gallery

Cafe Wayan Cooking Classes
Ibu Wayan's daughter Wayan Metri and her staff are also happy
to share their love of Balinese and Indonesian food with you!
Cooking Classes are conducted on request
in the gardens of Laka Leke -
 the sister restaurant of Cafe Wayan in Nyuhkuning
nearby Alam Indah.

For Cooking Class Menus: CLICK HERE
 

For Cooking Class Reservations:
Tel Laka Leke: +62 (0)361-977-565
or by email for more information:
reservation@alamindahbali.com

Dinner and Dance Performances at Laka Leke:
see:  www.lakaleke.com

For Cafe Wayan Table Reservations:
Tel and Fax:   +62 (0)361 - 975-447
Email: 
cafewayanbali@gmail.com
if no reply: 
reservation@alamindahbali.com
 

“Our favorite spot in Ubud was Café Wayan on Monkey Forest Road with its bakery in front, its little rooms out back that overlooks a rice-paddy, and its gracious hostess Wayan. Her menu ranges from shrimp with snow peas, cashews and spices, to traditional smoked duck, which must be ordered 24 hours in advance.
Wayan takes pride in pleasing people who are long time missing their food also with her home-made breads and Death by Chocolate Cake."  
Food and Wine Magazine

 

    
Café Wayan is Open Daily for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
A sumptuous Traditional Balinese Buffet is served on Sunday evenings.

Find us on Monkey Forest Road, half-way between the football field
and the Monkey Forest, next to Kajane.
Tel and Fax:
   +62 (0)361 - 975447
Email: 
cafewayanbali@gmail.com
* Click for Cafe Wayan Photo Gallery

   For Google Map: CLICK HERE  

Cafe Wayan  is also on Lombok  on the Batubolong Road just south of Sengiggi Beach Tel: +62 (0)370-693098.
 Ibu Wayan’s second daughter Kadek and her husband Putu are also now looking after
Alam Gili
on Gili Trawangan Island off the northwest coast of Lombok
7 cozy accomodations on the northern quieter shore of the island. No motorized traffic- transport is by horsecart, bicycle, or on foot... enjoy a relaxing time by the sea with gorgeous water, snorkeling and diving. 
For more: info: www.alamgili.com

 
* Click for Cafe Wayan Photo Gallery