Bali, breakfast, Restaurant reviews, travel
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Breakfast at Biku beckons in Bali

Biku is an iconic Seminyak restaurant in Jalan Petitenget that amongst other things serves breakfast all day!

Known for their amazing High Teas including Asian and Traditional versions, Biku also serves a High Breakfast that includes croissants, Danish pastries, corn cakes, omelette, sausages, grilled tomato and fruit salad! They are also known for having an amazing range of teas, all served in a gorgeous colonial feeling setting in a 150 year old teak joglo (traditional Indonesian wooden house). Eating outside in the garden courtyard is also very pleasant, and everywhere you look are beautiful fresh flowers brought in by local florists each day.

We weren’t hungry enough for the High Breakfast on this visit but were feeling like something more than the “Something Healthy”section of the menu which features items like Chia Pods, Smoothie Bowls, Fruit Salad and Scrambled Tofu. But Biku’s breakfast selection is really fantastic including a whole section of “Something Different” and another with “Something Classic” and “Something Indonesian”.

We opted to try some different things ordering the soft poached eggs on chive and buttermilk scones with wilted spinach and hollandiase sauce for Adrian and the Indian lentil pancakes with coconut sambal, yoghurt and chutney for me. Both dishes were delicious and decidedly different to the typical hotel, cafe and warung breakfasts available in Bali.

Biku is definitely a great destination for breakfast but also has a high quality and diverse lunch and dinner menu catering to whatever food mood you might be in. Their children’s menu is much more than just the usual chicken nuggets and chips and ensures that it is a family friendly venue at any time of the day.

Owned and established by the Royal Princess of Ubud, Biku continues to deliver great food and ambience with a sense of grace.

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Born in South Africa, of Indian heritage. My family moved to Australia in the early 80's. I have a busy professional career as the CEO of a medium sized philanthropic Foundation based in Sydney. I love cooking, learning to cook, eating and travel. My blog Freespiritfood.net is written in the spirit of sharing my foodie adventures.

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