What makes us different? Our kitchen cares. Over the past ten years our team has developed a menu containing the freshest organic ingredients that are prepared and cooked using traditional methods. We have prepared a menu that is both nourishing and without equal in its purity of preparation and delivery. We only use spring water brought from an aquifer high in the foothills of Bali’s mountain region. We douse it with a sprinkling of rock salt to wash our ingredients. We cook with it using stainless steel cookware ensuring our dishes remain fresh and uncontaminated. We never use a microwave; cooking with gas ensures our dishes are both nourishing and flavourful. We never freeze cooked food or using flavour enhancers, colourings or preservatives. We only use vegetables, herbs and spices from organic producers that do not employ GM organisms or insecticides. We have been cold pressing our juices since we started. Fundamentally we understand nutrition. Our menus have been created by a nutritionist and healer with over 20 years of experience. Sure our methods are time consuming, and costly, but they are at the core of our beliefs. This is why we are the first and only truly organic and strictly vegetarian restaurant in Bali. Join us on our path to improve our menu and services by commenting on your experience through our social media pages and helping us deliver on our promises.
Nalu Bowls is Bali’s first smoothie bowl shack catering to those who crave a sweet & refreshing treat on those balmy Bali days. We offer fresh local ingredients, homemade granola baked fresh everyday, and recipes that will leave your taste buds happy. We source all of our ingredients daily on the beautiful island of Bali. Infusing the tastes of the local dragon fruit, fresh coconut flesh, mango, papaya, spinach, & banana. You can be sure our bowls are HEALTHY & DELICIOUS! And why Nalu Bowls you ask? Inspired by Hawaii and the culture that revolves around surfing and tropical ingredients. Nalu Bowls is the perfect pre and post surf meal with each bowl named after our favorite waves from around the world!
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