Australian Monique Robson, spent 13 years immersed in the exotic and sophisticated environment of Dubai before moving to Bali where her obsession of iconic design elements of Morocco and healthy Middle Eastern inspired food was poured into the opening Cous Cous cafe.
Mosaic tiled walls and floors, wooden latticework, open-air courtyards, rich fabrics and distinctive ceilings can be seen throughout the café which offers a Moroccan inspired menu of vegetarian dishes, super healthy libations, sweet treats and freshly roasted organic coffee.
Cous Cous infuses a little piece of Morocco into Bali’s outstanding café scene.
With a delicious menu inspired by the exotic flavours of the Middle East, Cous Cous café presents crisp and healthy all-day breakfasts and lunches including varying daily salads, wraps bursting with funky ingredients, ravishing dips, mezze plates, flatbreads plus perfectly balanced crispy yet moist felafels, veggie burgers and our mouth-watering fritters of warm haloumi cheese and zucchini. ... read more
F.R.E.A.K.ING GOOD COFFEE
A special collaboration with F.R.E.A.K Coffee has turned Cous Cous into the go-to space for the perfect cup. Not a moment more than 48 hours passes between roasting the organic beans to slipping past our diners’ lips.
The astonishing local coffee bean producer has raised the benchmark for beans worldwide. Recognised by large swathes of the international media as producing among the world’s best brews, F.R.E.A.K has placed Cous Cous on the map as the go-to space for the perfect barista blended cup on the island.
Already Café Cous Cous had superb reviews in Hello Bali and Let’s Eat Magazine and was named among the Top Five Eateries in Umalas by the influential Jakarta Post. Several brilliant reviews are also appearing on our Tripadvisor. A strong following of locals, expats and adventurers who seek a superb vegetarian experience and excellent coffee can be found relishing the menu and the artsy surrounds or delving into the designer coffee table books on contemporary Arabic foods and ancient recipes.
After reading a recent article in 'The Jakarta Post' suggesting Umalas to be developing into a bit of a foodie enclave, I decided to see for myself what all the fuss was about. ...Read More