Ready in 5-10 minutes:
Sauté mushrooms with a little chopped garlic for 2-3 minutes then add fresh spinach and stir until it collapses. Season to taste with salt and pepper, spread everything on the bread (roasted or not) and sprinkle with feta cheese.
For the tomato dip put 2 tomatoes, 1 tablespoon olive oil, 1/2 clove of garlic and salt and pepper in a blender and puree for 1 minute (you can also add chili or herbs). Serve it along with the bread. Enjoy!
If you are German and live in Bali, you are always searching for good bread. Finally we found a very good bakery, not too far from Changgu. Casa D’Angelo’s offers coffee and pastry and is located on Jalan Gunung Salak Utara in Denpasar. On Saturday and Sunday they have a fantastic breakfast and brunch buffet from 8 am to 1 pm. The assortment of bread, salads and pastries is large, there is something for every taste. The Location is small but comfy, they have 3 tables inside and 6 outside in the covered area. If you arrive on midday the terrace is very hot, it’s better to get a place inside. You realize that you are in a bakery when you are sitting inside, the racks are filled with all kind of pastries like cookies, grissini, muffins or doughnuts. You can also buy homemade jam, olive oil or salsa sauce.
From the buffet I decided for Turkish pizza, stuffed egg, cucumber salad, cottage cheese and a cheese and spinach muffin. Everything was tasty and fresh, and the best thing is you can eat as much as you want and pay only 40.000 rp (2,50€). I especially liked the Turkish pizza with red cabbage and garlic yoghurt and the spicy muffin. We also bought bread and cakes to take home, the county style bread and chocolate cake which both were very yummy. The bread is still crunchy after 2 days, which is not easy in the high humidity on Bali, and the cake was chocolaty and delicious with a few nuts and raisins inside.
In my opinion, for breakfast on weekend, this place is one of the best options in the Denpasar area.