Bali is an amazing place with beautiful islands and mesmerizing scenes. It is one of the most incredible places in Asian countries with not only beaches, rice fields, lush green jungles, surfing, but also mind-blowing Vegan Food liked by not only herbivores but also by Carnivores.
Vegan food in Bali is delicious, nutritious, and fresh plant-based meals. You can have vegan smoothie bowls, gourmet salads, vegan pizza, vegan ice-cream (coconut), and much more in Bali.
Vegan food in Bali is not only for vegans, but the variety is an attraction for vegans, flexitarians, vegetarians, meat-eaters, and omnivores as well.
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The Spell Creperie in Ubud
A famous and magical tree-house shaped eatery, right a street away from the Seeds of Life is called The Spell Creperie. This place is famous for vegan food in Bali. We recommend its mouth-watering sweet crepes and savory galettes, which is available in almost every flavor combo you can think of. It also has a savory crepe with amazing fillings as vegan forie gras, vegan Bolognese, marinated jackfruit, vegan cheese, veggies, and more. These crepes are the best choice for breakfast. The fillings of the sweet include homemade caramel, coconut whipped cream, vegan chocolate sauce, a variety of local and tropical fruits. Don’t forget to try their vegan smoothies, potions and fresh coconut.
Earth Cafe in Ubud & Seminyak
Earth café is amazing and has a large menu with amazing vegan dishes. It gives you so many options that you might get confused while ordering. It has vegan burgers, soups/curries, wraps/sandwiches, vegan tacos, Indian dishes, and the option of build-your-own-bowl. They have an amazing variety of yummy desserts, delectable smoothies, tea, coffee, and juices. Earth Café is located in Ubud and Seminyak so you have opportunities to enjoy the restaurant offerings.
The Seeds of Life Cafe in Ubud
One of the best restaurants where you can find top-class vegan food is The Seeds of Life Café. It has raw vegan cuisine and has a fully-organic and raw menu with enticing variety for meals three all day long.
The SOL Bowl is the signature dish at Seeds of Life and it is worth a try. It has amazing combinations of vegan ingredients as hummus (homemade), coconut jerky, nori paper, kimchi, tempeh, fresh spirulina along with a bowl of greens and veggies. In their breakfast menu, try the acai bowl. You can also enjoy tasty elixirs, teas, or juices in the SOL tonic bar. The Tonic bar has a lengthy drink menu that is non-alcoholic, from frozen mocktails to mushroom tea you can find anything vegan.
Sayuri Healing Foods
When it comes to vegan food in Bali, Sayuri Healing Foods are the ones that believe that food has healing power and provides energy. Of course, we are what we eat. They make food with an intention to serve and nourish the body. Sayuri has a dairy-free, wheat-free, and meat-free menu. Your conscious level will rise up to many levels.
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Peloton Supershop in Canggu
It is a heaven of vegan food in Bali. This is a 100% plant-based restaurant that is the perfect spot for breakfast and includes classic avocado toast, breakfast burritos, and smoothie bowls. They also have superfood power bowls, green Thai noodle curry, jackfruit tacos, vegan lasagna, veggie burgers, and more. Even if you are not vegan, this restaurant is the perfect place for you to enjoy good food.
Café Bali is another restaurant that includes a wide variety of vegan appetizers, breakfasts, burgers, smoothie, salads and more. Whether you want some snacky food or you are hungry as well, Café organic is the perfect choice for vegan food in Bali. It has organic food with organic ingredients that also include homemade plant “mylks”, juices, kombucha, and other healthy drinks. If you are a garden lover, this place is for you.
Kismet in Ubud
It is a beautiful and funky restaurant, which also has a bar and vegan-friendly options. Kismet’s masterpiece charcoal bun burgers and salad bowls are worth trying. It also offers vegan wraps, sandwiches, appetizers, veggie sushi, pasta, and desserts. Another must-try of this restaurant is 666 Southwest Bowl, which also has spicy marinated jackfruit and avocado-corn tartare, and Tempeh Burger.
La Pacha Mama in Ubud
If you love Mexican-vegan food, La Pacha Mama is the right place for you. It has all plant-based menu with coconut tostadas, vegan burritos, shiitake tacos, beet carpaccio, and much more. It also has a vegetarian menu. You can ask for no-cheese or no sour cream. Nachos and Quesadillas are also worth trying.
The Shady Shack in Canggu
It is an open-air and breezy restaurant with healthy as well as delicious food. You can have all-day breakfast, power bowls, sharing plates, and vegan burgers. No matter what is your hunger level or cravings you will enjoy the food and location.
Alchemy in Ubud
Alchemy is one of the best vegan eateries in Ubud and has a 100% raw vegan restaurant. It is a beautiful café/restaurant, that also allows you to make your own salad bowl and has a full raw menu. It also has raw pizza, miso soup, vegan chocolate truffles, vegan sushi, cheesecake, and a variety of homemade beverages.
Some other restaurants that you might want to try if you want to enjoy vegan food in Bali are:
- Moksa (Ubud)
- Soma (Ubud)
- The Cashew Tree (Uluwatu)
- Taksu Fresh (Ubud)
- Clear Cafe (Ubud)
- Warung Sopa (Ubud)
- Shelter Cafe (Canggu)
- Crate Cafe (Canggu)
- Sari Organik (Ubud)
- Betelnut Cafe (Canggu)
- Yellow Flower Cafe (Ubud)
- Nalu Bowls (Various Locations)
- Bohdi Leaf Eatery (Denpasar)