Imagine a pair of twins… Both are artistic yet one is cultured and quirky and the other one is well…a bit wicked.
That’s the feeling you get when you step foot into Folk Kitchen and No Mas in Ubud. Both are located in the same two-story building in Ubud’s most well known veins, Monkey Forest, and both are part of the same hospitality group. However, Folk Kitchen caters to day time roamers while No Mas focuses on the naughties who come out at night.
Upon walking into Folk Kitchen you can instantly notice the mural, the rustic interior, and the smile from staff which gives you a feel for the place’s quirky, artistic vibe.
From breakfast to dinner or simply to sip a cup of coffee after strolling around Ubud, this place has it all. Be sure to try their Soft Shell Crab Burger and finish up with the Banana Miso Parafait (with caramel popcorn on top). Folk is a place where the atmosphere and the food are equally inviting.
Now as the sun begins to set, climb your way up to No Mas. Heavily decorated with antiques, contemporary and surreal artworks, and tropical vines, No Mas is surely knows how to impress guests. While you and your company sit back in the dimmed light bar, a line of well-trained bartenders is ready to take your cocktail order.
Here they always put attention and care into crafting the perfect cocktail. Come alone or come as a group, this bar is a great place to meet local Ubudians and other Roamers.