While the majority of us are no longer able to travel without risk of fatal disease, one newly-opened café is looking for ways to give back to the overseas communities that we once often visited, through helping them to diversify away from tourism, whilst showcasing their incredible local talents.
Conceptualised by a Sentosa resident who had spent years craving a delicious breakfast that was conveniently located in her backyard, Bali On The Cove represents a gathering point for all members of the community to meet, work, and play.
Having been stuck in Bali for at least seven months in 2020 due to the unprecedented Covid-19, Bali On The Cove relies on a network of Balinese artisans who are the makers of everything in the boutique – from the brass lighting to cushion covers, hurricane lights, traditional carvings, and other small gifts such as marble cross coasters, wood necklaces, seagrass baskets, and intricate statues.
Complete with a variety of breakfast, lunch, brunch, and snack items, Bali On The Cove invites guests to indulge in a range of baked goods such as muffins, brownies, and cakes, to health-conscious acai bowls, to scrumptious eggs benedict, fresh juices, and piping hot cups of coffee!
Bali on The Cove @ Sentosa
Address: 01-16, quayside isle, 098375
Operating Hours: 7:30am-8pm, daily