A little while ago, I was asked for advice on the best places for families to eat breakfast out in Sanur. Another visitor to Sanur then asked me about places with a really different breakfast menu, and then I was asked about breakfast locations with a view. So after a few weeks of calorific and exhaustive research, I’ve come up with a list of my picks for breakfast in and around Sanur.   In absolutely no particular order ….   Dapur Deli : Tasty strong coffee that makes Monday seem do-able, located just over the bypass in Sanur. It’s a gorgeous warung with a friendly atmosphere and peaceful décor, fresh food, healthy or decadent choices and great prices.   Beach House Sanur : Located on Sanur beach, this is a great option for families. Once breakfast is over, kids can play on the beach while Mum and Dad enjoy another coffee in peace – I didn’t say that!     

  

    
       
      
         
          
             
                  
             
          

          

         
      
       
    

  


      Mahagiri Villas Sanur : The villas have an amazing restaurant set in lush gardens with ponds on either side. The Chef might be a genius, his creations are amazing! Breakfast is à la Carte but with a daily special and you can have freshly brewed coffee or Bali-style coffee in a huge plunger pot.    Graze : New to Sanur, Graze is a part of the Maya Resort, and located centrally on Jalan Danau Tamblingan. It’s a really clever menu with breakfasts from many different nations. I went for the Mexican breakfast – amazing flavours!   Nelayan : There are two of these located at both ends of the beach. Great location for kids to play and they even have a little playground and beach toys. It’s a good menu and the fresh juices and smoothies are delicious.    Cafe Smorgas : Coffee! Good strong coffee at a great price. That’s all I need, however the food is also delicious with generous servings for those who need a little bit extra.   Trattoria : I didn’t realise Trattoria did breakfast! A wonderful, accidental discovery, they have fabulous coffee, fresh juices and lovely staff. Two words: Eggs Benedict.    The Owl : Big fan of this place. Funky industrial design but with gorgeous plates, tin mugs, cool light fittings and retro signs. Friendly service and huge delicious breakfasts - Great value for money!      

  

    
       
      
         
          
             
                  
             
          

          

         
      
       
    

  


      Soul in a Bowl and Soul on the Beach : Looking for a great home made potato rosti? This is the place. Add eggs, herbs, tomatoes and toast, plus their awesome coffee – it has the makings of a fabulous day!     

  

    
       
      
         
          
             
                  
             
          

          

         
      
       
    

  


       Komune : Ok so technically not in Sanur, it’s only about 30 minutes away and totally worth the drive out there. I had the smashed peas – fresh, huge, bright green peas, asparagus, crunchy toast, eggs, with bacon (or without) – so good I was lost for words (a rare occurrence) and am planning on making it a regular treat. Oh and the view while you enjoy breakfast…. stunning!      

  

    
       
      
         
          
             
                  
             
          

          

         
      
       
    

  


     Now of course, I know there are other great spots for breakfast in Sanur and in the interest of quality research and reporting, I really should go and try them all. So please contact the team at The Voice of Sanur on our website, FB or IG and add to this breakfast list!

A little while ago, I was asked for advice on the best places for families to eat breakfast out in Sanur. Another visitor to Sanur then asked me about places with a really different breakfast menu, and then I was asked about breakfast locations with a view. So after a few weeks of calorific and exhaustive research, I’ve come up with a list of my picks for breakfast in and around Sanur.

In absolutely no particular order….

Dapur Deli: Tasty strong coffee that makes Monday seem do-able, located just over the bypass in Sanur. It’s a gorgeous warung with a friendly atmosphere and peaceful décor, fresh food, healthy or decadent choices and great prices.

Beach House Sanur: Located on Sanur beach, this is a great option for families. Once breakfast is over, kids can play on the beach while Mum and Dad enjoy another coffee in peace – I didn’t say that!

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Mahagiri Villas Sanur: The villas have an amazing restaurant set in lush gardens with ponds on either side. The Chef might be a genius, his creations are amazing! Breakfast is à la Carte but with a daily special and you can have freshly brewed coffee or Bali-style coffee in a huge plunger pot.

 Graze: New to Sanur, Graze is a part of the Maya Resort, and located centrally on Jalan Danau Tamblingan. It’s a really clever menu with breakfasts from many different nations. I went for the Mexican breakfast – amazing flavours!

Nelayan: There are two of these located at both ends of the beach. Great location for kids to play and they even have a little playground and beach toys. It’s a good menu and the fresh juices and smoothies are delicious. 

Cafe Smorgas: Coffee! Good strong coffee at a great price. That’s all I need, however the food is also delicious with generous servings for those who need a little bit extra.

Trattoria: I didn’t realise Trattoria did breakfast! A wonderful, accidental discovery, they have fabulous coffee, fresh juices and lovely staff. Two words: Eggs Benedict.

The Owl: Big fan of this place. Funky industrial design but with gorgeous plates, tin mugs, cool light fittings and retro signs. Friendly service and huge delicious breakfasts - Great value for money! 

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Soul in a Bowl and Soul on the Beach: Looking for a great home made potato rosti? This is the place. Add eggs, herbs, tomatoes and toast, plus their awesome coffee – it has the makings of a fabulous day!

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 Komune: Ok so technically not in Sanur, it’s only about 30 minutes away and totally worth the drive out there. I had the smashed peas – fresh, huge, bright green peas, asparagus, crunchy toast, eggs, with bacon (or without) – so good I was lost for words (a rare occurrence) and am planning on making it a regular treat. Oh and the view while you enjoy breakfast…. stunning!

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Now of course, I know there are other great spots for breakfast in Sanur and in the interest of quality research and reporting, I really should go and try them all. So please contact the team at The Voice of Sanur on our website, FB or IG and add to this breakfast list!