Made’s Banana Flour Bakery and Cafe

Made’s Banana Flour Bakery and Cafe

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Made’s is a 100% Gluten Free Bakery and Cafe. It is full of delicious Coeliac Safe Bakery treats and cafe style meals. Highlights include their breads, quiche, waffles and pancakes. Dine in, shop or get food delivered directly to your accommodation. It is a must visit while in Bali, once you visit once you will be back again as it is soooo good.

The World’s 1st Banana Flour Cafés – Bali locations, CANGGU, BEREWA & UBUD.

Madé’s [mah-day’s] Banana Flour Co began as a friendship between two guys with a dream to do something meaningful with their lives and to make the world a better place. They walked the beach picking up shells for months talking about what to do. After chatting under a banana tree one day they decided to see if anyone was making banana flour. They experimented with drying and grinding green bananas in their back yard. Six months later they had perfected the banana flour. Since then Madé’s Banana Flour Bakery has amassed an international fan base and won awards from Tripadvisor the last four years in a row.

Image from – Made’s Banana Flour Co
Image from – Made’s Banana Flour Co

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