Restaurant Information

  • Air conditioned, Family Friendly, Non Smoking, Wifi
  • Bakery, Cafe, Coffee House
  • Seminyak, Kerobokan, Bali | Map
  • Sandwiches, Special coffee, Waffles
  • Mellow, Ambient
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • Budget, Mid Range

Kerobokan coffee shop Crema Coffee

Kerobokan coffee shop Crema street

Kerobokan coffee shop Crema Coffee

Kerobokan coffee shop Crema Coffee in Jl Merthinadi in Kerobokan is a small and very nice haven for coffee lovers in Bali.

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Crema Coffee opened late 2014 and boasts perhaps the largest coffee menu in Bali.

A tiny little café, maybe just 25 square metres, Crema Coffee is open from 7am to 9pm, with an all day breakfast menu.

There are a few tables outside on the busy Merthinadi street for smokers, while inside it is non smoking and airconditioned and very quiet with very soft ambient music playing.

Kerobokan coffee shop Crema Coffee, while only small, seems to be a very good place to do some work as when I was there half of the tables (4 in all!) were occupied with people using the wifi and busy.

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Here you can order a creme brule cappuccino! I was not up for that when I dropped in, settling for a beef sandwich, double layered, and a latte. See the pics of both of these at the bottom of this page. The barista came out to my table to pour the milk and made such a nice pattern in it.

Kerobokan coffee shop Crema Coffee does a range of waffles, a vegetarian and non vegetarian array of double-decker sandwiches. I liked mine, toast was fresh and fillings plenty.

For the chocaholics there is a wide range of chocolate flavoured coffees and hot chocolates.

Crema is also a bakery, though the range of goods is quite small, just with some basic pastries and croissants.

Crema Coffee in Kerobokan also has a wide range of teas and is clearly owned by someone with a sophisticated sense of coffee and hot drinks.

There is not much parking to speak of for cars, while 6-7 motorbikes can park immediately outside.

I visited again in early 2017 and enjoyed the coffee though at 35k not cheap.

By Mark O’Brien, February 2015

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Mark March 18, 2015 at 6:57 pm

Great little spot on Merthinadi for coffee and relaxation