When you step inside Clear Café, you might think you are in Manhattan at one of those upper class restaurants. The décor is somewhere between contemporary industrial and traditional Balinese with rusted beams and large tables made out of thick –I mean really thick –volcanic stone. The partition between the first room and the second one is made out of coins.
The style of food at Clear Café is international. It is not completely vegan but they have a few vegan dishes on their menu and they all have vo sign (vegan options) next to their names. One thing they don’t accept is credit card and they do not have wine. And you take your shoes off before you enter but that is a Balinese tradition anyway.
I had Nasi Campur (as above) which is a traditional Indonesian dish. It is served with Balinese curry soup and homemade sambal. Here’s how their vegan version goes: tofu and tempeh sate with peanut dipping sauce, fried tofu, green beans, potato cake and curry soup. All of that for 40.000 Rp.
Address: Jalan Hanoman No. 8, Padang Tegal Kaje, Ubud, Bali 80571, Indonesia
Ph: +62 361 889437
Hours: 8:00 am – 11:00 pm