Cuisine: Asian, Fusion, Indonesian
Despite its small, humble dining room, Bali Cafe delivers on quality and service, making it a Downtown Miami favorite. The comfortably cozy atmosphere and expertly prepared, authentic dishes like... Read More
Despite its small, humble dining room, Bali Cafe delivers on quality and service, making it a Downtown Miami favorite. The comfortably cozy atmosphere and expertly prepared, authentic dishes like Lontong Cap Go Meh are offered at astonishingly low prices. The Asian fusion fare is largely Indonesian, and everything, from the three dollar Simple Salad dressed with beets and black sesame seeds to the iced green tea, is exceedingly flavorful and delightfully fresh. Satays and nasi goreng (spicy fried rice with coconut accents) are perhaps the most popular dish, but don't neglect the unusual dumplings or, for that matter, the dessert which can, if you're lucky, include durian ice cream. Do be aware, however, that Bali Cafe only accepts cash and, depending on the day, may only be open for lunch.
109 NE Second Ave
Miami, FL 33132
Due to COVID-19, please check with the business for the most recent updates to their opening hours.
- Asian: "Skip the sushi (which you can eat ANYWHERE in Miami) and go straight for the authentic Indonesian grub!"
- Best for Asian Because: Quite possibly the only restaurant in Miami serving Indonesian fare, Bali Cafe proves you don't need to blow an entire paycheck for high-quality eats.