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Food Review: Breakfast at SEA CIRCUS.

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Food Review:
Breakfast at SEA CIRCUS.



ROLL UP! ROLL UP!
THIS FUN CAFÉ ENSURE A BRIGHT START TO THE MORNING!



SEA CIRCUS, BALI



With a circus-inspired shop front, Sea Circus is an iconic part of the Bali food scene.





Sea Circus is a restaurant, cocktail bar and coffee den located in central Seminyak.

With its fun menu and fresh food, this is the perfect setting for enjoying breakfast, lunch, dinner or a drink! Start the day with their delicious selection of acai bowls, chia porridge, eggs any way, fritters, pancakes, waffles, bagels and breakfast burritos. Or, come by for the gourmet burgers, slider showdown or margaritas and tacos for dinner. Then, return the next morning to try the world’s only happy hangover meal (your choice of coffee, OJ, a Berocca shot and Panadol!)


With gluten-free and vegan options, the menu here is fresh, fun and very fulfilling!

The coffee is good, the fresh juice is refreshing and the smoothies are even better! Unfortunately, I didn’t get a chance to try their selection of sweet things, but the dessert menu also sounds amazing. From hot churros to snickers cheesecake, warm fudgy chocolate brownie and gelato and sorbet, I’d dare say it’s all delicious!





The crew and I had breakfast here not long after we first started flying to Bali.

I instantly fell in love with the bustling, friendly atmosphere and am still craving the protein peanut butter smoothie bowl, which I ordered on my second visit!



Be sure to add Sea Circus to your Brunch in Bali BUCKET LIST!



SEA CIRCUS CAFE
www.seacircus-bali.com
Jl. Kayu Aya No. 22, Seminyak, Bali.
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