Just opened: Pet-friendly Bali On The Cove at Sentosa magically whisks you away to Bali

by Evan Mua
Bali On The Cove Singapore Review

Bali was a second home for many people. Sunny beaches, laidback vibes, and great food — it was heaven on Earth. If your body is calling out for a Bali getaway, new opening Bali On The Cove can make you feel like you’ve been whisked away to Bali.

In the midst of the pandemic, there have been a number of new openings throwing back to places like Japan, Morocco, and Korea. But Bali On The Cove is one of the few to bring the sunny Bali vibes to Singapore!

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The new opening can be found at Sentosa — quite fitting to open in our own mini Bali filled with beach clubs. So get ready your sundresses and loose singlets for a “trip to Bali”.

True to the Bali spirit, Bali On The Cove is gorgeously decorated in earthy tones using natural materials like rattan and wood that Bali lovers would be familiar with.

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Sunlight also constantly streams in from their tall windows, giving it a warm sunny vibe like you’re in a Balinese resort while in Singapore.

What’s interesting about Bali On The Cove’s Sentosa Cove space is that it’s actually a hybrid concept of cafe, co-working space, and retail space.

Not a bad place to chill out with your laptop while sipping on a few Margaritas to get your creative juices flowing.

So if you’re looking to work there, you can check out their membership packages starting from S$250 a month.

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For the food at Bali On The Cove, pastries are sourced from Starter Lab, an extremely popular sourdough brand raved by many as one of the must-try cafes of Bali.

You can choose between their Croissant, Pain Au Chocolat or Cinnamon Danish Swirl, all priced at S$6.

Photo: @bali.on.the.cove/instagram

Besides pastries, they also have cakes sourced from The Whole Kitchen, with flavours like Lemon Pistachio (S$6) and Salted Chocolate (S$6).

If you’re one of those missing your laidback Seminyak brunches while stuck in Singapore, you’d be glad to hear that Bali On The Cove also has an extensive brunch menu.

Offerings include brunch classics like Benedict on Sourdough with Bacon (S$25), Ricotta Pancakes with Flower Ceviche (S$24), and your trusty Acai Bowl (S$18).

Photo: @bali.on.the.cove/instagram

Coffee options include Black (S$5), White (S$6.50), and Piccolo (S$5.50), using beans sourced from popular local roasters Common Man Coffee Roasters. Soy Milk costs additional S$1.

Healthier Fruit Juice options from Juice Central are available at S$12.

Bali On The Cove is the closest you’d get to the warm, cosy ambience of Bali in Singapore. It might not be the real deal but it is a great thirst quencher until our borders open again.

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