If you ever visit Bali on a vacation centered on relaxation and escape from the ever-hectic life, a definite go-to place would be Uluwatu’s Single Fin Cafe, provinced with perfect beach and sunset eclat. First and foremost a surfer’s hangout or paradise, rather, formed after the renowned Uluwatu surf break discovered as far back as the 70s, the Single Fin is a place for one and all to relax. One to mention its versatility in what they can offer you – from a good cuppa, a well-favoured bintang beer or a chilly beverage and cocktail.
A main attraction of the area is owed to the vast, expansive yet breath-taking scenery. Patrons might want to consider heading down to this gem earlier up their itinerary to grab a spot, chill out and catch the sunset. The Single Fin also accommodates to those who love pairing their relaxation process with music – with their selection of Djs, both local and international – and their weekly Wednesday live acoustic sessions.
Yes. Everyday it’s like this 😊 || via @ricardo.barbato A photo posted by Surf Shop | Cafe | Bar (@singlefinbali) on
Apart from the many golden factors the Single Fin offers when it comes to the location and ambience, the outlet also houses a Nalu Bowl shack, delivering Nalu Bowls – smoothie bowls containing different ensembles of fruit, nuts, granola and the kinds – that are sure to quench your sweet tooth amidst the calming views and sounds.
1. Uluwatu (IDR 65k)
A mixture of blended dragon fruit, banana, papaya, raspberry, and apple juice, topped with strawberries, mango, coconut flakes & honey, the colours in this bowl make the sweet delicacy all the more appealing. Made with homemade, homegrown granola, this bowl is nutritious and yummy at the same time
2. Macaronis (IDR 50k)
Blended papaya, mango, dragon fruit, pineapple, strawberry, and apple juice are the key ingredients that entail the Macaronis Nalu Bowl. Nestled on top of this fruity goodness is their homemade granola and banana. Refreshing, this bowl also serves as a comparatively sour alternative to the previous bowl, but good all the same.
How to Get Here
Address: Pantai Suluban, Jl. Labuan Sait, Uluwatu, Kuta Selatan, Badung, Bali,
If you have trouble reaching the Single Fin which is best and easiest-to-access via taxi, simply point the driver toward the Blue Point Hotel, which is directed just above the Single Fin.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday: 10am – 10pm
Wednesdays: 10am – midnight
Sundays: 10am – 1am