The cafe is owned by Putu Budi from Buleleng, Bali and his family. Budi's mother does a lot of the cooking or supervisor cooking. She comes from a family of famous cooks in North Bali. They have their own organic permiculture farm where they grow many things for the cafe. They also have a project to help women farmers grow chia seeds with profits going directly back to them.
This family run business opened about 5 years ago, growing most of their vegetables organically, and sourcing other ingredients and spices locally. Their wholesome Nasi Campur is full of delicate flavours and contrasting textures - add in the right amount of sambal and your taste buds will dance.
Adi, the manager also grows many things for the cafe. Yellow Flower Cafe tries to use the foods that grow naturally and easily in Bali, like casava leaf, sweet potato, green papaya, amaranth leaf, cashew nuts and many fruits. They make all their own sambal and sauces fresh every day, use only freshly made coconut oil for cooking and sweet palm nectar which is harvested wild in their remote village in North Bali.
Yellow Flower Cafe is in an amazing location with a great view - but there is no car or motorbike access directly to the cafe. You can walk to Yellow Flower from Alchemy, Bintang Super Market or the Main Rd half way up the hill to Bintang Supermarket - This trek consists of a set of about 100 steps onto a winding path about 100 meters . It's a great adventure to find it. Check the map, and if you get lost, ask a local person - everyone knows where Yellow Flower Cafe is.