28 Years of Delicious Food & Great Service

28 Years of Delicious Food & Great Service

Dining at Kopi Pot is an invitation to watch the world go by from a classically beautiful, Balinese garden setting while feasting on the most delicious Indonesian and International creations or refreshing ice-cold cocktails, beer, wine, juices, tea or coffee. Enticing selections from the restaurant’s extensive menu is not the only reason why customers keep coming back to one of Kuta’s longest standing legendary locale; the Kopi Pot Restaurant, which first opened its doors in 1990 has continued to retain its old-world charm, giving guests a glimpse into time-passed when Kuta was still as green as the quieter side of Bali.

Fronting busy Legian Street, the restaurant itself is cocooned in peaceful tranquility despite all the hustle-and-bustling that’s taking place around it. Its eye-catching façade is even more striking with outdoor gazebos, beautiful lawn furniture, grass-roofed pavilions and the stylish Lone Palm Bar, built around a living coconut palm growing right through its roof. The food at Kopi Pot is in a league of its own – the kitchen is helmed by Head Chef A.A Made Sukerta, whose unbeatable skills and talent ensure consistently mouthwatering goodness for the past 28 years. In fact, most of the friendly and professional staff members at Kopi Pot have been serving here for decades, and returning customers know them well. When dining at Kopi Pot, do like the locals do and choose from a wide selection of local favourites. We recommend starting with the Tongseng Kambing, a deliciously spicy lamb stew originating from Java that is great on a cloudy or rainy day. Great for sharing are the Indonesian Spring Rolls, the Indonesian Salad, Gado-Gado and the Balinese Sate Lilit – minced fish wrapped around sticks of lemongrass and comes to your table over sizzling charcoal will give you a unique dining experience!

If you want something more International, there’s an entire section for starters available including the Bouillabaisse; a mixed seafood soup, Fresh Asparagus Hollandaise or the Avocado Shrimp Cocktail, Salade Nicoise, Avocado and Walnut Salad with Blue Cheese and so much more. Seafood lovers will really enjoy themselves at Kopi Pot – the menu will leave you spoilt for choice! There’s the Seafood Platter, Fresh Prawns, Seafood Skewers, Beer-Battered Prawns and a wide variety of fish including Tuna, Salmon and Red Snapper. Meat lovers can satisfy their carnivorous side with aromatic, beautifully seasoned and melt-in-your-mouth options like Medallion Steaks à la Maison, Imported Tenderloin, Coq au Vin, Bali Veal Cordon Bleu or the Pork Spare Ribs. Other favourites include the Napolitana or Arrabiata pasta (make it spicy!), Bolognese, Puttanesca or Carbonara. Vegetarian & Gluten-Free options are also available.

Don’t leave without a taste of Kopi Pot’s alluring homemade desserts! The Mango Cream Cheesecake and the Black Forest Cake are the best in town! Open from 8am until 11pm, Kopi Pot is a great option for breakfast, lunch and dinner or drop-in for light bites and cold drinks at any time of day. Online reservations and pre-orders for large groups are also available at www.kopipot.com.

Kopi Pot Restaurant

Jl. Legian, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia | Phone: +62 361 752614 |


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