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Bali offers numerous great places to dine out. Tourists from around the world welcome the many international restaurants available for their dining pleasure during their stay in Bali!

Dine out in Bali - fantastic restaurants

Café Dijon

Opened in 2001 as an adjunct to DIJON Shop, Café Dijon is a favorite spot for those in a rush as well as those who want to linger and chat or use wi-fi.  Many changes have been made in the menu selection from the old days, and the café now features food which is original, interesting and full of flavor.  Specials are changed regularly, with popular items being added to the regular menu. Some of those are Fish Tacos, Nasi Goreng Kambing, a newly revised Halloumi Salad, Mexican Salad and Zucchini Soup.

DIJON desserts are well known in Bali for being innovative as well though we keep the old time favorites such as the Baked Cheesecake. New selections are the Chocolate Raspberry Upside Down cake (Gluten Free) and a really chocolatey Chocolate Tart.

DIJON serves both cold and hot drinks.  Old favorites are the Lemon Lime Slush and the Fizzy Ginger while new favorites are the variety of Coconut Water mixtures and the Chia Berry Blast.  Our much loved coffee from Bhineka Jaya is still going strong.
 
Now open for dinner, DIJON attracts a lively dinner clientele for a really nicely balanced evening menu.  Reservations are now recommended!

Still the same smoking outside and non smoking a/c inside and the same monthly bookswap for book lovers in Bali. No sales and no charges for the bookswap as it is purely an exchange.

Café Dijon is open daily from 9 am -10 pm

Café Dijon
Simpang Siur Square (Ex Kuta Poleng Mall)  B 1-2
Tel. (0361) 759-640
Email: [email protected]

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