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From glistening doughnuts to health conscious vegetarian meals served alongside rustic, bohemian inspired interiors, here’s BAZAAR’s roundup of the most instagrammable restaurants in Bali.

Mad Pops Bali
Located in trendy Seminyak, Mad Pops serves up a range of coconut-based, dairy-free ice cream and vegan popsicles. They also pride themselves on using fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. Their extremely photogenic wall art includes neon signs with slogans such as “Ice, Ice Baby” and a fun “Ice cream is my religion” window display.

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Dough Darlings
Dough Darlings is without a doubt one of the most popular doughnuts in all of Indonesia and the fact that they are super pretty also means they are an Instagram favourite. Originally only available for online orders in the Greater Jakarta area, Dough Darlings now has standalone stores in in Seminyak and Jimbaran.

The Bare Bottle
The Bare Bottle is a relatively new player on the Bali food scene, but it has already caught the attention of Instagram with its unusual decor and delicious smoothie bowls. Located in Sanur, the Bare Bottle focuses on fresh and healthy food alongside great coffee and mocktails.

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Café Organic
Born on the shores of Seminyak and growing across Bali’s coast, Cafe Organic offers health conscious vegetarian meals with a passion for simple dishes using fresh, locally farmed produce. With its rustic yet bohemian inspired interiors, you’ll be hard pressed not to hit the gram.

Milk & Madu
Milk & Madu is a popular local family cafe in Canggu and now also Ubud. It offers an easy-going ambiance where you can enjoy wholesome breakfasts, lovely lunches, carefully crafted coffee, and creative takes on common favourites.

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