- The Kafe--Run by the folks who brought you the Yoga Barn. The Kafe has great salads, drinks, dessert, and light meals. Yes, the new-age hippies are too much at times, but it's great people-watching. Has wi-fi. Jl. Hanoman
- Sari Organik--Walk through the rice fields at the end of Jl Kajeng and you arrive at this sustainable restaurant. I haven't tried too many dishes, but can tell you their babaganoush is the delicious and their mango brem wine is pretty good too. No wi-fi.
- Clear Cafe--Not many tourists know about this place yet, so it's mostly full of expats. They serve very well-priced organic fare ranging to raw pizza to the fish dishes. The interior design is also spectacular and the manager-woman is very nice--I forgot her name :(. There isn't a sign out front, but look for the tall bamboo fence at the top of Jl. Hanoman. Has wi-fi.
- Bali Buddha--Big salads, vegetarian nasi campur, and really delicious rice and nut milks. I think some of their food is overpriced, but still not expensive. They also have a mini market downstairs where you can buy cold-pressed coconut oil, veggies, and their famous honey-oat cookies by the bag. Jl Jembawan #1 (across from the Ubud Post Office). No wi-fi.
- Juice Ja Cafe-- This place is on one of my favorite streets in Ubud: Jl. Dewi Sita. Juice Ja has great juices (surprise!) and tempting sandwiches (I recommend their chicken breast sandwich). Their fruit salads always include an interesting mix of fruits-it's one of the few places that use pink dragon fruit as opposed to the much blander white dragon fruit. They also carry a variety of homemade goods, like granola, passion fruit cordial, and other treats. Jl. Dewi Sita (close to the football pitch on Monkey Forest). Has wi-fi.
View from Juice Ja Cafe