Moorish in Design & Flavour
Due to Covid -19 and the safety of all, the cafe will only be open for takeaway and pick up, GoJek and Grab.
We look forward to serving you again soon.
Best wishes, stay safe and well.
“Close to everything yet far enough away.” Originally owned and designed by Monique Robson, Café Cous Cous has been a constant on the Bali foodie scene since 2014, providing a rich balance of healthy, tasty, Morrocan-inspired vegetarian food and maintaining its success away from the hustle and bustle of the beach suburbs, tucked away in the residential and tranquil area of Umalas. Recently repurchased, the café and staff are dedicated to maintaining the amazing profile already set.
Welcoming Dimattina Coffee to Café Cous Cous!
Brewing and perfecting since 1954, this famous Italian/Australian coffee brand
has been wowing the Australian public for generations. Long time family friend,
Paul Saccone, recognized the potential for a dedicated roasting facility in Bali and
opened up Dimattina Coffee Asia to service the growing demand for great coffee
beans and roasting, great coffee blends and great coffee barista-ing!
Following in the footsteps of other renowned Bali café’s offering Dimattina coffee
blends, Café Cous Cous is delighted to present you with our blend – Easy St
Already Café Cous Cous had superb reviews in Hello Bali and Let’s Eat Magazine and was named among the Top Five Eateries in Umalas by the influential Jakarta Post. Several brilliant reviews are also appearing on our Tripadvisor. A strong following of locals, expats and adventurers who seek a superb vegetarian experience and excellent coffee can be found relishing the menu and the artsy surrounds or delving into the designer coffee table books on contemporary Arabic foods and ancient recipes.
Health to Pay/Hello Bali
Umalas’s best-kept secret for healthy eating recently opened its doors for business. The petite, chic and artsy Café CousCous sells vegetarian and Middle Eastern food that will keep you wanting more.…Read More
A Middle Eastern Oasis in the Heart of Umalas/Bali Advertiser
After reading a recent article in ‘The Jakarta Post’ suggesting Umalas to be developing into a bit of a foodie enclave, I decided to see for myself what all the fuss was about. …Read More
Colourful & Creative/Let’s Eat Magazine
Combining the evocative spices of the Middle East, with the laid back atmosphere of Umalas, Cafe Cous Cous serves up delightfully fresh and healthy food including generous all …Read More
New Umalas Food/FRV Bali
Cous Cous is another ‘exotic’ destination: lovingly done with attention to every detail, from the wall decor to artsy coasters, this little jewel is home to all the famous…Read More