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Art Cafe Bumbu Bali ©2018

Beverages

The most common and popular Indonesian drinks are teh manis (tea) and kopi tubruk (coffee) that are both served in a simple glass and for Western taste blended with a serious amount of sugar. Most Balinese people would simply drink water at room temperature with their meals. Living and working in a hot tropical climate keeps you always thirsty in need for fluid. To satisfy hydration small food stalls and street vendors that serve an often very colorful variety of beverages are never fare away. Many popular drinks are based on ice (es) and often are also classified as desserts. Typical example includes young coconut and cendols. 

Es Kelapa Muda - Whole Young Coconut

Rp.40,000

Es Jeruk Kelapa – Iced Coconut Water, Tangerine, and Lime Juice

Rp.40’000

Teh Hangat - Warm Indonesian Tea

Rp.17’500

Es The Lemon - Indonesian Ice Lemon Tea

Rp.22’500

Teh Jahe Sere - Ginger Lemongrass Tea, Hot or Cold

Rp.22’500 

Teh Manggis – Ice Mangosteen Tea with a Twist of Lime

Rp.25’000

Es Daluman - Iced Grass Jelly and Sago Pearls with Coconut Cream

Rp.25’000

Es Cendol - Ice Fruits and Rice Flour Dumplings in Coconut Water

Rp.25’000

 

Jamu or Loloh in Bali

Jamu is traditional medicine in Indonesia. It is predominantly herbal medicine made from natural ingredients such as roots, parts of plants, palm sugar, honey, milk and eggs. Jamus are often regarded as a cure for any kind of illness and it is common belief that a glass of jamu a day will definitely keep you away from the doctor.

Loloh Kunyit Asam - Iced Turmeric, Tamarind, Palm Sugar and Lime

Rp.25’000

Know to assist with weight loss and to treat depressions. A combination between turmeric and tamarind can increase body metabolism, accelerate blood circulation, dump fat and helps distribute fresh oxygen in blood.

Healthy, tasty and very Delicious

Mango Spritz – Sparkling refreshing with a Twist of Lime and Mint

Rp.35’000

Matcha – Green Tea, Banana and Mango Smoothie…delicious

Rp.40’000

Merah – Beetroot and Apple juice with a little Ginger and Lime

Rp.40’000

Sparkling Peppermint Citrus Ice Tea

Rp.25’000

Ketimun – Blended Cucumber and Basil with Lime

Rp.25’000

Red Lassi – Beetroot juice blended with Yoghurt and Honey

Rp.40’000

Coffee

Kopi Tubruk – Traditional Balinese Coffee

Rp.18’500

Arabica Coffee

Rp.27’500

Cappuccino

Rp.37’500

Café Latte

Rp.37’500

Espresso

Rp.30’000

Double Espresso

Rp.35’000

Espresso Macchiato – with frothed Milk

Rp.32’500

Double Espresso Macchiato – with frothed Milk

Rp.37’500

Iced Cappuccino – Double Espresso with Milk and Vanilla Ice Cream

Rp.47’500

Iced Coffee – Double Espresso shaken with Ice

Rp.42’500

 

 

Tea

Peppermint, Chamomile, English Breakfast, Green Tea

Rp.27’500

Teh Sariwangi – Indonesia’s Favorite Black Tea

Rp.18’500

Various Beverages

Bottled Mineral Water

Rp.15’000

Soft Drinks- Sprite, Coke, Soda

Rp.20’000

Diet Coke

Rp.25’000

Tonic Water

Rp.25’000

 

Equil – Indonesia’s Best Mineral Water 

 

Plain 380 ml

Rp.35’000

Sparkling 380ml

Rp.37’500

Plain 760ml

Rp.47’500

Sparkling 760ml

Rp.50’000

 

Balian - Bali’s finest Mineral Water 

 

Plain 380 ml

Rp.35’000

Sparkling 380ml

Rp.37’500

Plain 760ml

Rp.47’500

Sparkling 760ml

Rp.50’000