Step into Kopi Bale and you step
into another country. As soon as the wooden doors
close behind you, you'll immediately notice the
attractive decor of this beautiful Balinese restaurant.
Warm, earthy tones will make you feel right at
home; all the furniture and decorations were imported
from the tropical island of Bali.
Customers can choose to recline on mats or sit
in comfortable wicker chairs. The restaurant is
spacious, but seats only 48 people. The owners
aim to give the patrons a private meal in a quiet
In addition to providing a relaxing atmosphere,
this restaurant serves delicious food. The most
popular dish is the delightful Balinese Green Curry
(NT$180), which comes with seafood, beef, or chicken.
Other tasty foods are the Bali-style fried noodles
and fried rice. The chef passionately blends spices
to create dishes that are uniquely Balinese.
If you're in the mood for Italian or Mexican food,
you can also find Tacos (NT$230), Quesadillas,
or Multi-Layer Lasagna (NT$180) on the menu. Hot
pots (NT$200) are available.
Lunches are priced NT$160 to NT$200, while dinners
are NT$200 to NT$260. The dinner menu has some
delectable appetizers, like Deep Fried Fish Chips
With Tartar Sauce (NT$180) or Sausages (NT$250).
Cocktail hour starts at 9 pm with a wide variety
of alcoholic drinks on offer. On Tuesday nights,
patrons who bring their business cards receive
a 50-percent discount off all drinks. Wednesdays
feature an all-you-can-drink deal for NT$500.
Kopi Bale is nestled on a quiet street near ShiJian
University. Ellen, the manager, makes it a priority
to personally interact with her customers. In only
two months, Kopi Bale has already established a
loyal following. Reservations are recommended,
especially on weekends. In addition to food, the
restaurant sells fine Balinese decorations, furniture,
pottery, handbags, and silver jewelry.
For a unique and delightful dining experience,
try Kopi Bale--a short trip to the island of Bali!