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Best vegan restaurants in Bali


Here is a list of some of the best vegan restaurants in Bali:

    1. Zest Ubud – Offers a variety of vegan and raw dishes made from organic and locally sourced ingredients.


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    2. Moksa Ubud – An organic vegan restaurant that serves plant-based cuisine with an emphasis on raw foods and superfoods.


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    3. Sage Bali – Offers a range of vegan and vegetarian dishes made with organic, locally sourced ingredients.

    4. Alchemy Bali – A plant-based restaurant that offers a variety of raw and cooked vegan dishes, as well as fresh juices and smoothies.


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    5. Earth Cafe Bali – Offers vegan and vegetarian dishes made with fresh, organic, and locally sourced ingredients.


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    6. The Seeds of Life – A raw vegan restaurant that offers a variety of raw dishes made from organic, living foods.

    7. Warung Falafel – Offers vegan and vegetarian Middle Eastern-inspired cuisine, including falafel, hummus, and baba ghanoush.


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    8. Bali Buda – A health food cafe that offers a range of vegan and vegetarian dishes made with organic and locally sourced ingredients.


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    9. Sari Organik – A farm-to-table restaurant that serves organic vegan and vegetarian dishes made with ingredients grown on the farm.

    10. Clear Cafe – Offers a range of vegan and vegetarian dishes made with organic and locally sourced ingredients, as well as fresh juices and smoothies.


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    11. Pels Supershop – Pels Supershop is a beloved vegan café that offers a wide range of plant-based and eco-friendly products. It has become an iconic spot in Canggu, popular among both vegan and non-vegan diners. The food menu is carefully crafted by a team of chefs and vegan enthusiasts and features delicious and wholesome dishes like loaded burritos, fresh salads, and the delectable cheesy lasagne. The restaurant’s cool and airy ambiance is accentuated by its industrial decor. Additionally, the faux meats served at Pels Supershop are known to be some of the best in town. The café is located at Jl Raya Pantai Berawa, No. 46, Canggu and is open from 8 am to 9 pm.


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    12. I Am Vegan Babe – I Am Vegan Babe is a groundbreaking café in Canggu that offers innovative plant-based cuisine. The dishes are entirely cruelty-free and so delicious that you might not even realize that they are meat and dairy-free unless you’re told. The menu features an array of mouth-watering options, such as club sandwiches made with plant-based “turkey,” creamy vegannaise, and bacon substitute, complemented by chunky cashew cheese that is sticky and gooey. The burgers are massive, juicy, and satisfying, almost comparable to beef burgers, but with a plant-based twist. For health-conscious diners, the restaurant also offers salads, wraps, colourful bowls, and juices. The café boasts tropi-chic interiors, creating an inviting ambiance for guests to enjoy. I Am Vegan Babe is located at Jl Tanah Barak No. 49, Canggu, and is open daily from 7 am to 10 pm.


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    13. The Shady Shack – The Shady Shack is a highly popular eatery in Canggu that offers a delightful blend of tropical and al fresco vibes, with shabby-chic interiors to match. The restaurant is entirely vegetarian, with plenty of vegan options to choose from. It has earned a great reputation thanks to its super-healthy and delicious menu, featuring signature dishes like the Nori Bowl inspired by Japanese cuisine, juicy Vegan Cheeseburger, sweet potato gnocchi made with almond feta, and a variety of raw desserts. The restaurant serves breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. Diners can relax and soak up the sun’s rays while sipping on a refreshing coconut or indulge in a turmeric latte to boost their immune system. The Shady Shack is located at Jl Tanah Barak No. 57, Canggu, and is open daily from 8 am to 10 pm.


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    14. GIVE Cafe – GIVE Cafe is a plant-based eatery in Canggu that serves up delicious Indonesian food with a vegan twist. The restaurant has a warung-style ambiance and specializes in Nasi Campur, featuring meatless rendang, soy-based “cheeken,” a variety of vegetables, cruelty-free sauces, and sambals. They also offer Indonesia’s famous satay with a mushroom-based alternative. But what sets GIVE Cafe apart is that it donates 100% of its profits to charity, which means that every meal purchased, such as the vegan Nasi Goreng with a fried egg, could potentially save a life or support a village. The cafe is from the same creators of the well-known plant-based KYND Community Cafe in Seminyak, and it is entirely vegan and incredibly delicious. GIVE Cafe is located at Jl Padang Linjong No. 85, Canggu, and is open daily from 8 am to 9 pm.


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    15. Burgreens – Burgeens is a plant-based restaurant situated in the heart of Canggu, known as a “Plant-Based Paradise.” It’s the outcome of a collaboration between two big names in the plant-based industry: Burgreens, a popular plant-based food chain in Indonesia, and Green Rebel, an Indonesian food tech start-up that creates all-natural plant-based meats and cheeses with authentic Asian flavors. The menu includes dishes such as vegan rendang, the Mighty Mushroom Burger, a meatless steak, and vegan boba. The satay platter with brown rice, teriyaki tempeh, fresh salad, and a sambal matah dressing is a must-try. The restaurant boasts beautiful and breezy interiors with a stunning view of Canggu’s iconic rice fields. Burgeens is located at Jl Pantai Batu Mejan No. 1, Canggu, and is open daily from 9 am to 10.30 pm.

    16. Secret Spot – This cafe, which originated as a yogurt and smoothie bowl shop in Uluwatu, now boasts two locations in Canggu offering a menu full of delicious vegan options from breakfast to dinner. The menu is so satisfying that you might not even realize it’s entirely vegan (unless you read the fine print), with substantial dishes like grilled gluten-free sandwiches for breakfast, Southwest “chicken” bowls for lunch, and “cheesy” gluten-free lasagna for dinner. They also have an assortment of vegan desserts and small plates to share. The two locations can be found in Berawa and central Canggu, and they are open every day from 7:30 AM.


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    17. Kasto Italian Vegan Restaurant & Pizza – Kasto, an Italian vegan restaurant in Canggu, offers hearty and comforting food made from high-quality, locally sourced, and ethically produced plant-based ingredients. Despite the assumption that Italian cuisine cannot be vegan, Kasto proves otherwise by serving dishes that mimic those from Nonna’s kitchen. For those who want to dine with their group before a night out, they can enjoy a variety of mini pizzas, gourmet salads, and small tapas plates, such as arancini and polenta sticks. Alternatively, they can indulge in the large spinach millefoglie pastry with a tofu and spinach cream filling, topped with pesto. Mangia!


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    18. Samadi Bali – Samadi Bali is a cafe located near Echo Beach that promotes natural food as a means of healing, offering vegetarian and Ayurvedic gourmet cuisine as well as raw, vegan dishes. The cafe uses locally sourced organic ingredients, supporting fair-trade practices to help the local community. Additionally, daily yoga classes, life coaching, acupuncture, and a Sunday farmer’s market are available to complete the Samadi experience.


    19. Manggis in Canggu – Manggis is a family-owned restaurant and café that is driven by their love for authentic and unpretentious food. This eatery in Canggu is revolutionizing plant-based cuisine by combining traditional eastern flavors with familiar western tastes. Their menu includes dishes such as smoked tofu with potato gratin and Indonesian jackfruit rendang. You can also try their sliders, which are filled with local jackfruit that has been soaked in a sweet barbecue sauce. Manggis aims to popularize veganism by serving all your favorite dishes in a way that is not only familiar but also incredibly tasty. You can find them at Jl Pemelisan Agung No. 7, Berawa, Canggu, or contact them at +62 811 388 0885 or email them at contact@manggisincanggu.com. They are open daily from 7.30am until 10.30pm.


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    20. Sayuri Healing Food – Sayuri Healing Food is a raw food café that prioritizes wholesome and vegan food. They provide food that is free of wheat, gluten, dairy, animals, and soy, while also ensuring their meals are creative and flavorful. Additionally, they offer food classes for anyone interested in learning how to create their raw vegan desserts, which have gained a reputation for being delicious. You can visit Sayuri any day from 8am to 10pm at their location in Ubud, and contact them via email at info@sayurihealingfood.com or call them at +62 822 4048 5154.

    21. Sakti Dining Room – Sakti Dining Room, located at Fivelements resort, offers a luxurious and environmentally-conscious dining experience, situated amongst lush tropical gardens and the Ayung River. The restaurant has received numerous awards for its exceptional vegan cuisine, which consists of plant-based raw living foods prepared with precision and presented beautifully. The menu features dishes with various tastes, textures, colors, and flavors, highlighting the natural gifts of Mother Nature. For the full culinary experience, guests can opt for the chef’s signature degustation menus, all of which are served in an impressive bamboo pavilion.

    22. The elephant – The Elephant is a vegetarian restaurant in Ubud that offers stunning views of Tjampuhan Ridge and specializes in slow food. The food is ethical, vegetarian, and beautifully presented, with a variety of dishes that are made with love. You can pair your meal with a healthy juice or smoothie, and try some of their popular dishes such as Pad Thai, laksa, sweet potato chips, and Vietnamese pancakes. For those who want to indulge in some guilty pleasures, they also have a brunch cocktail list.


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    23. Swasti Beloved Cafe – Swasti Beloved Cafe is a restaurant that is devoted to sustainability and preserving the environment. It offers a plant-based and vegetarian menu that includes fresh ingredients grown in the restaurant’s garden using the farm-to-table approach. The food is freshly prepared every day and made with love, with an array of options ranging from healthy bowls to colourful pizzas and raw cookies. While there are non-vegetarian options available, they are kept separate from the vegan items.

    24. Watercress Cafe – Watercress Cafe has multiple locations in Bali, including in Seminyak, Ubud, and Batu Belig. They offer a range of healthy and delicious vegan and vegetarian dishes, including salads, sandwiches, and smoothie bowls.


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    25. KYND Community – KYND is more than just a café; it’s a community of individuals who care about the environment and offer plant-based food and drinks for people who want to make a positive impact. The café is adorned in charming pink interiors and has a unique setup with swings and Instagram-worthy lounges. The menu is a vegetarian and vegan’s dream, boasting a variety of delicious dishes that break the stereotype of bland vegan food. The menu includes gourmet pizzas, curry, smoothies, waffles, and vegan ice cream from the creamery next door. Our favorites are the Balinese Big Mac and Japanese spicy miso ramen. KYND Community proves that vegan food can be anything but boring.


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    26. Tanaman – Tanaman is a vegan restaurant located at Desa Potato Head that’s taking veganism to the next level. Their venue is unique and has a futuristic vibe to it, with a mesmerizing soundscape. The restaurant focuses on respecting plants and elevating them to new heights. They offer a multi-course tasting menu that changes with each season, revolving around one of the five elements, and uses traditional and new-age techniques to showcase the full potential of Indonesia’s tropical flora. Tanaman also serves handcrafted cocktails that perfectly complement the food. Open daily from 5.30pm to 10pm, this restaurant is a must-try for vegans and non-vegans alike.


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    27. Zula Vegetarian Paradise – Zula Vegetarian Paradise is a popular vegan and vegetarian cafe in Seminyak that serves up a variety of healthy and delicious dishes, including smoothie bowls, sandwiches, and curries. They also have a great selection of vegan desserts.

    28. Drifter cafe – If you venture towards the rear of this retro surf hub, you’ll discover the serene garden café of Drifter, where an array of wholesome meals and great coffee are offered throughout the day. From vegan breakfast burritos and summer rolls during the day, to Balinese curries and loaded tacos by night, there’s something for everyone. Although seafood is on the menu, the café also provides an excellent selection of vegan and vegetarian dishes. Drifter Cafe is located at Jl Labuansait No. 52, Pecatu, and can be reached at +62 877 7755 0001. It is open daily from 7am to 10pm.


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    29. Chickpea – Chickpea serves homemade vegan food that is uncomplicated, healthy, and prepared with care. You can either dine-in or take-out the food that is made with honesty and love. The menu offers warm pumpkin soup and vegan “meatball” pasta for a hearty lunch, along with cold kombucha or fresh juice. To end the meal, indulge in the raw vegan cheesecake. The cozy vegan spot has tropi-cool interiors and a welcoming atmosphere for families. Chickpea is open daily from 11:30am to 9pm and is located at Jl Raya Uluwatu No. 8 in Pecatu, and can be reached at +62 812 4689 5564.


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    30. Essential – To enjoy guilt-free dining experience, head over to Essential in Canggu, where they offer vegan tapas and cocktails in a wholly sustainable concept. They use DoTerra essential oils to make their drinks healthy, and all their plant-based ingredients are sourced locally and are season-dependent. Most of their menu items are gluten-free as well. Some of their must-try dishes include the Lombok stuffed peppers, the tempeh croquettes, and the Spanish-style glazed fritters wrapped in Balinese banana leaf. You can also savor their alchemist-style cocktails made with pure essential oils, local cold-pressed juices, probiotic Kombucha, and high-quality imported spirits. A toast to that! Contact them at hello@essentialcanggu.com, located at Jl Batu Bolong, Gg Nyepi No. 22, Canggu.

    31. Plant Cartel – Plant Cartel provides evidence that vegans can consume more than just lettuce. Unlike other health-focused eateries in Canggu, Plant Cartel offers indulgent vegan fast food that is just as savory, sinful, and gratifying as its meat-based counterparts. Their menu features a range of carbohydrate-laden dishes such as the Double Pleeseburger, The PcMuffin, Popcorn Chick’n, vegan hotdog, Mac & Please, and loaded fries smothered in delectable gooiness. This is fast food that rivals traditional fast food chains like McDonald’s, and is a glimpse into the future of quick, plant-based cuisine. Plant Cartel is located at Jl Batu Bolong No.83A, Canggu, and can be reached at info@plantcartel.com.


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    32. Roti Daal – While Indian cuisine is already known for being vegan and vegetarian-friendly, Roti Daal in Berawa takes things up a notch by infusing their traditional dishes with love and authentic flavors. With a menu that rotates daily and offers more than 130 vegan and vegetarian options each month, they use fresh, seasonal ingredients that are low in oil and spice, and free from any added preservatives or coloring. Roti Daal specializes in home-style cooking and prepares dishes using authentic recipes from all across India. This ensures that the food is as fresh as their signature dish, the Daal of the Day. Located at Jl Pantai Berawa, Canggu, Roti Daal can be contacted at reservations@rotidaal.com. They also have branches in Ubud and Kuta.


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Written by
Angeline Karina

A vibrant soul living her best life in the tropical paradise of Bali, Indonesia. Born with an insatiable curiosity for flavors and a passion for the written word, Angeline has seamlessly blended her love for food and writing into a delectable journey.

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