PETANI’S GOURMET COFFEE

Dining | Written By, NOW! BALI |

Coffee shops seem to be popping up on every corner of the island. But if you are looking for a unique place to enjoy your favourite Arabica or La Marzocco espresso, there is a great new restaurant (that’s right, a restaurant whose coffees beats the actual coffee shops!) where the coffees are roasted to perfection and the blends will make you crave for more. We first visited Petani at Alaya Ubud because a lot of people were raving about its food. And though we certainly appreciated the food, it was the coffee that simply bowled us over.

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a good cup of coffee in Ubud? 

Coffee shops seem to be popping up on every corner of the island. But if you are looking for a unique place to enjoy your favourite Arabica or La Marzocco espresso, there is a great new restaurant (that’s right, a restaurant whose coffees beats the actual coffee shops!) where the coffees are roasted to perfection and the blends will make you crave for more.

We first visited Petani at Alaya Ubud because a lot of people were raving about its food. And though we certainly appreciated the food, it was the coffee that simply bowled us over. Coffee enthusiasts should know Petani means serious business, especially with the giant La Marzocco machine (the only one in Bali) taking centre stage in the restaurant.

And if the big, hot Italian machine is not enough of a treat, the Japanese, cold coffee dripper O-Ji provides an equally delicious alternative for those who enjoy their coffee served cold, without losing its best flavour. Of course, these two machines are just great additions to Petani’s specialty coffee, whose beans are carefully sourced from the best coffee growing regions around the Indonesian archipelago to satisfy the palates of true coffee aficionados.

Petani’s relatively new Malabar from West Java has already won a bronze medal in a prestigious coffee competition.  Savour its floral aroma with hints of spice, medium body and acidity, and chocolate after taste. Another single origin, Toraja Enrekang, delights with orange-like herb, buttery and nutty notes, being full bodied with medium acidity. Definitely, the Bali Singaraja is a must-try while you’re here on the Island of the Gods. 

Petani at Alaya Ubud

Jalan Hanoman, Ubud

Phone: 972 200

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