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  • Bakery, Cafe, Deli, Supermarket
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Kerobokan supermarket Pepitos

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Kerobokan supermarket Pepitos

Recently when I went to Kerobokan Mexican restaurant La Mexicana I dropped in at the Kerobokan supermarket Pepitos next door on Jalan Raya Canggu and was amazed.

Kerobokan supermarket Pepitos is massive, very modern, spacious and it has EVERYTHING! Strip flouro lighting is not my favourite – taking pics there you see the flickering which your eyes don’t pick up, not good for the brain!

It is one of the largest supermarkets I have seen in Bali – it seems Pepitos have decided to dominate Bali’s supermarket business, with many new Pepito supermarkets opening in the last 2 years or so.

Belgium chocolates, frozen goods and meat. Backpacks, yoga mats, cleaning stuff, lots of fresh veggies, a huge range of international and Indonesian snacks, and heaps of other stuff. Pumpernickel bread!! mmmm

Situated where it is, Kerobokan supermarket Pepitos caters for everyone who lives in Canggu, Brawa, Umalas and Kerobokan.

Scroll to the bottom of this page for lots of photos of Kerobokan supermarket Pepitos

Kerobokan supermarket Pepitos has a cafe with a few tables and chairs outside with wifi, though doubt it’s going to be too popular with Westerners who’d find Kerobokan Mexican restaurant La Mexicana a much more civilised and ambient place to have a coffee and check emails.

Kerobokan supermarket Pepitos is actually cheaper for some things than other Pepitos supermarkets, and will remove to necessity for many people to drive all the way into Seminyak supermarket and deli Bali Deli or Seminyak supermarket and deli Casa Gourmet to get those European delights or to Bintang supermarket to get the basics.

As of May 2015 I found that prices here are significantly higher than other Bali supermarkets. Wine and alcohol are 10-15% higher than elsewhere. Veggies are ridiculous, and some sweets i just bought at 350,00o a kilo was absurd.

Much more expensive than Pepitos in Raya Kerobokan near the gaol.

By Mark O’Brien, June 2014

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Mark O'Brien May 12, 2015 at 12:30 pm

When I first went here I found it great, but the prices have risen significantly as perhaps they realise their local market dominance.