Sorry to say that Cafe Lombi may advertise big locally but there is nothing to get excited about...it is very small and basically offers very little
The place for a quick “western” lunch stop on the way to the Gili’s. A nice aroma is already coming out of the door and the friendly staff will get you a fresh cup cappuccino in a breeze. They have a nice bread selection with lovely fillings for lunch or on the go. Unfortunately are the surroundings not that inviting... More
9 coffees to choose from including the famous Luwak Coffee. ( $9.30 a pop). The baguettes looked amazing. worth a stop if you are hanging out for a good coffee. Not "artisan" but better than a lot of places. On The Square in Sengiggi Right next to the busy dive centre HQ.
We went here for breakfast and enjoyed some pretty good coffee. The cappuccino had a nice frothy foam on top and the latte macchiato actual three layers (even if a little diluted for my taste). The pancakes are a tasty choice, "The famous Lombi breakfast" is a little bread heavy - three slices of baguette, four halfs of toast, croissant... More
I was so excited to read about cafe lombi review that i make it a must visit cafe when I'm in Lombok. I've to admit the disappointment when I finally get to try the coffee. I've ordered espresso double shot with bean recommended by the staff. The barista did not extract a good cup of espresso, its too watery. My... More
Coffee here is really excellent (even in iced latte, which is often a challenge). Now a pain au chocolat is, in my opinion, a perfect accompaniment to any coffee, but I was very disappointed with what turned up on my plate. I realised it wasn't going to be good merely from the weight - then biting into it, it proved... More
We stopped into Cafe Lombi to get out of the rain and was glad we did. The coffee was fantastic and the pastries were wonderful little treats. We only went once, but really enjoyed it. Check it out if you have a spare moment, you won't regret it.
Cafe Lombi today and it was a truly GREAT coffee experience. I actually started my visit by sending an email to their info address, asking about their Kopi Luwak, and their roasting profiles. Since I had read other reviews saying they roast their own coffee there, and since I am a home roaster, I was curious what their treatment would... More
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