About us

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Littletalks Ubud is located on the ground floor of Ani’s Villas with prime view to Gunung Lebah Temple, right across Blanco Renaissance Museum. A gem in the heart of Ubud village and warm-hearted people that make you will have unforgettable experience.

Food for thought, Littletalks Ubud brings the unique vibes – meet the writers, creative people, or go under with fantastic and our limited books collection. Don’t forget to join our Book Club and monthly workshop with various classes such as writing, photography, music, poetry, and many more.

Collaborate with us! Let’s work together or rent our space for events, workshops, meetings, parties, etc!

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Littletalks’ Menu

This comfy library and café offers Indonesian food as the star and continental delicious foods for lunch & dinner. Try our local Kintamani coffee, tea,  Jamu – Indonesian traditional herbal medicine,  special red velvet and cheese cake with affordable price.

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We’re open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
8 am – 10 pm, everyday!

Click here to see our menu!

Check Out Our Events Calendar!

Music in the Library
Sunday, 9  December 2018 at 7.30 – 10 pm | Free Event

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Click here for more Events!

Littletalks Merchandise

Join us to reduce plastic with our limited Bamboo Straw!
1 pcs for IDR 18.000 or 3 pcs for IDR 50.000

*Shipping is not included in the offer price

We are member of Plastic Detox Bali

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Recent Reviews

” Lovely people, great breakfast, nice books & amazing view 😊💕 ” Mira Rodrigues (Germany). 

” Love this place. Beautiful scenery. Amazing staff. Good Wi-Fi and seats for working” – Martta Tervonen (Finland). 

” What a lovely cafe / co-working space. Bookshelves filled with knowledge and inspiration and as an Ubud writer I could not think of a nicer place to knock out a story . Great little cozy cafe. Love the film nights too. “Stephanie Brookes (Vancouver)

” I am new in this city and am still trying to connect with it. I found Littletalks and I was like, This tiny cozy place is definitely going to be my sanctuary. Thank God. It offers much more than what is implied in its name.” Abidah Malik (Jakarta, Indonesia). 

” The prettiest spot for a coffee or beer or meal in Ubud. Quiet. Books to read. A view of the temple. Good wifi. Lovely staff. Perfect.” Sarah Bluett (New Zealand) 

” Peace, great food, and staff who made everything great for us. Yum!!” –  Josh Whitkin (California)

“The location, set up & outlook of this cafe is terrific, as is the book swap idea & the fact they seem to support local artists. The coffee wasn’t really strong enough for me but that comes down to personal taste” Rachel Robertson (Sydney, Australia).