Live music almost every night of the week, with a great rotation of bands. Even without the music this is a sensory experience. Bali lane itself is striking – sitting low across the green below the fantasy of Parkview Square. This particular joint is next to what looks like an artists studio spilling out into the street. The cafe itself is open and inviting. A mixture of furniture provides a variety of options for your weary butt. There’s even a sculpted velour chaise lounge whose fingers stretch up drawing attention to the ceiling and it’s menagerie of decorative lampshade cum mobiles. This place is boho with a little psycadelia: reds, pinks, feathers, shiny – mixed in with some classic design and ethnic pieces. There’s a variety of drinks and eats to add to the seduction of the senses. Menu highlights include Affogato, involving espresso shot and ice cream, as well as premium Belgium export Duval at only 10 dollars. You can get your basics here too: lattes, iced teas and fruit juices. Food wise we’ve got cakes to go with coffee, as well as more substantial offerings.
11 Bali Lane, +65 6292 3800