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Best Vegan Restaurants in Bali

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Bali is vegan heaven for those foodies out there. Vegans will find plenty of rice-based meals, fresh vegetables, and tofu in the island's traditional cuisine.
It's always helpful to have recommendations, whether you're a vegetarian, vegan, or simply looking for plant-based dining options. Here is a list of 19 vegan restaurants in Bali that provide tantalizing cuisine and will win you over to veganism. Get your Bali Package planned with Pickyourtrail and have a great trip to Bali!


I Am Vegan Babe

I Am Vegan Babe is the best vegan brunch location in Canggu. This restaurant offers savory and sweet breakfast items, Mexican cuisine, and delectable desserts. With a laid-back atmosphere and a stunning view of rice fields, the décor is tropically stylish.

Watch out for the club sandwich, the Bali poke bowl, the tacos, and the French toast with banana, strawberry, and gelato, and make sure to have their cinnamon bun before you leave.

Address: Jl. Tanah Barak No. 49, Canggu  

Hours: 7 a.m.–4.30 p.m.

Cost: The average cost per person is about IDR 150,000


Zest Ubud

With the tagline "powered by plants - made for people," Zest Ubud provides a simple and authentic experience that unites people with nature and spreads joy via thoughtfully chosen dishes.
The majority of the food on their menu, which ranges from sushi rolls to Nasi Campur, is made using organic ingredients and indigenous plants. Zest Ubud is made even more loving by its central Address in Ubud, stylish Balinese-inspired decor, relaxed atmosphere, and green outlook.

Address:Penestanan, Bali, Jl. Penestanan Kelod No. 8
Hours: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m

Cost: The average per-person expense is about IDR 150,000.


Tangi Restaurant

Visit Tangi Restaurant, the newest addition to Ubud's dining scene, for a truly decadent and up.m.arket plant-based eating experience. Enjoy a variety of tasty and nourishing plant-based cuisine that is produced using local, fresh ingredients. Tangi is the ideal location for vegan foodies because it focuses on international cuisine and uses Balinese medicinal plants to give each dish a distinctive flavor.

Address: Jl. Cemp., MAS, Ubud
Hours: 7 a.m.–10 p.m.
Cost: Average Spending - Approx IDR 400,000/person


The Sloth Bali

Any carnivores who are still unsure about the whole plant-based thing should stop what they're doing and go to The Sloth Cafe. There is nothing quite like a hangry vegan burger and a vegan chicken Caesar wrap to fulfill your taste buds, even though you won't find any meat.
Eat your main course, but reserve room for dessert, especially the vegan slutty brownie, and cookies.

Address: Pantai Batu Mejan No. 90A, Canggu
Hours: 7 a.m.–7 p.m.
Cost: Average Spending: Approx. IDR 100,000/person


Peloton Supershop

This Canggu cafe features a completely vegan menu in a trendy and pleasant setting. Lasagnas, burritos, and hamburgers are just a few of the non-vegan menu items available at Peloton Supershop. stuffed with a mushroom-nut patty, a vegan egg, a special sauce, and other ingredients.
The food is colorful, all plant-based, and very Instagram-worthy. After you've finished eating, explore the several small businesses in the area.

Address: Jl. Pantai Berawa No. 46, Tibubeneng 
Hours: 9 a.m.–9 p.m.

Cost: Average Spending: Approx. IDR 150,000/person


The Shady Shack

The Shady Shack is another example of how the vegan community in Canggu has repeatedly demonstrated that practically any dish can be transformed into a delectable vegan fare.
offering a variety of nutrient-dense dishes, including burgers, traditional smoothie bowls, and even a cauliflower nasi goreng. Sit under the palm trees and wash it all down with a cool coconut, or strengthen your defenses with a turmeric latte.

Address: Jl. Tanah Barak No. 57, Canggu
Hours: 8 a.m.–9 p.m.
Cost: Average Spending: Approx. IDR 150,000/person


Moksa Ubud

The wonderful plant-based dishes at Moksa Ubud are freshly cooked using only natural, organic products from the restaurant's own permaculture garden.
Expect to find wholesome and enjoyable meals like Masala Pumpkin Uttapam and utterly crave-worthy Balinese paella because the goal of the sustainable living movement is to help establish balance and harmony within each dish.

Address: Ubud II Kutuh, Puskesmas, Sayan, Ubud
Hours: 11 a.m.–8 p.m.
Cost: Average Spending: Approx. IDR 250,000/person


Earth Cafe and Market

Earth Cafe and Market is a fantastic healthy vegan cafe and market store of organic food, health-conscious groceries, ecologically friendly cosmetics, and clothing in Bali, located just off the main thoroughfare in Ubud, Jalan Hanoman. Simply for their Mediterranean platter and seitan steak, a trip there is worthwhile. There's also an Earth Cafe in Seminyak!  

Address: (1st Store) Jl. Gouta.m.a. Selatan Ubud; (2nd Store) Jl. Kayu Aya 99 Seminyak
Hours: 7 a.m.–10 p.m.; 7 a.m.–11 p.m.
Cost: Average Spending: Approx. IDR 150,000/person


Ln Fortunate Coffee Bali

This Taiwan-based franchise serves vegan food inspired by Indonesian, Asian, and Western cuisines at its locations around Southeast Asia. Try their Nasi Goreng Olive, Peanut Sauced Mushroom Satay, Orix Sauced Fried Beancurd, and their Spaghetti Aglio Olio from the seasonal menu. So tasty!

Address: Gn. Soputan No. 88X, Pemecutan Klod, Denpasar
Hours: 11 a.m.–10 p.m.
Cost: Average Spending: Approx. IDR 50,000/person


Living Food Lab

Another fantastic casual cafe and teaching kitchen with the aim of promoting healthy cuisine and advocating conscious or mindful eating Living Food Lab offers vegan and gluten-free organic raw food cultivated locally.
The Tempeh Taco Crumble Salad, which also includes guacamole, diced tomatoes, cilantro leaves, and raw corn chips, is the most well-liked dish.

Address: (1st Store) No. 8, Canggu Square, Canggu; (2nd Store) Green School, Sibang Kaja, Abiansemal
Hours: 7 a.m.–9 p.m.; 8 a.m.–4.30 p.m. (closed on Saturday and Sunday)
Cost: Average Spending: Approx. IDR 200,000/person


Akasha Restaurant

If you're planning a trip to Bali soon, you should try this outstanding eco-friendly restaurant that is 15 minutes outside of Ubud and surrounded by rice fields and jungle. Akasha is an organic, plant-based eatery that serves delectable vegan and raw meals.
The Jackfruit Barbarossa Pizza, Pad Thai, and Mushroom Burger are all must-tries. They have strawberry cheesecake and vanilla ricotta if you're craving anything sweet.

Address: Jl. Sinta, Keliki, Tegallalang, Gianyar
Hours: 12 p.m.–6 p.m.
Cost: Average Spending: Approx. IDR 150,000/person


The Seeds of Life

This café in Ubud is a stalwart of Bali's raw vegan scene, blending fun, flavor, strength, and integrity through raw living foods, yoga, and holographic kinetics. You can get a variety of exotic foods and beverages here, including handmade Chinese teas, warm gnocchi with walnut pesto, an aloe vera sashimi plate, and raw laksa soup.

Address: Jl. Gootama No. 2, Ubud
Hours: 12 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Cost: Average Spending: Approx. IDR 150,000/person


Sauce Tree Plant-Based Bistro

Visit the Sauce Tree Plant-Based Bistro in Canggu for a delicious plant-based meal. The ideal location for frugal foodies looking for a good lunch is this all-vegan restaurant. You can eat well at any time of day thanks to the all-vegan cuisine and flexible hours. Whether you're craving breakfast, lunch, or dinner, Sauce Tree has a variety that will suit your needs. For an additional flavor boost, try the must-have items like the Saucetree burger, bean dog, and cauliflower wings.

Address: Jl. Canggu Padang Linjong No. 85, Canggu
Hours: 8 a.m.– 10 p.m.
Cost: Average Spending: Approx. IDR 90,000/person


Manggis in Canggu

You will instantly fall in love with the inviting, huge outdoor patio of this lovely Canggu restaurant, which is surrounded by a variety of tropical plants.
Manggis in Canggu specializes in no-frills vegan meals that bring together East and West flavors. Their a la carte menu, which features options like Marinara Meatballs, Jack Rendang, and House Salad Bowl, simply can't go wrong.

Address: Jl. Pemelisan Agung No. 7, Tibubeneng, North Kuta
Time: 7 a.m. to 12 a.m.
Cost: The average cost per person is about IDR 150,000



Sage, with its unique decor and comfortable atmosphere, is a top destination for vegan dining in Ubud. They provide a variety of Mexican-inspired cuisine and nutritious vegetable bowls on their menu. Vegans should keep a lookout for the go jelly green huge bowl with creamy house dressing, tempeh tacos, hula burgers cauliflower fritas with chipotle sauce, and more.

Address: Jl. Nyuh Bulan No. 1, Banjar Nyuh Kuning, Ubud
Hours: 8 a.m. - 9.30 p.m.
Cost: Average Spending: Approx. IDR 150,000/person



Peacezza is run by the people who created the posh plant-based cafe Kynd Community in Seminyak, and it offers equally delectable vegan pizzas. These vegan pizzas are genuinely mouth-watering, with a variety of options for grilled vegetables, toppings like wild mushrooms and capers, and a generous sprinkle of vegan cheese.

Address: Jl. Petitenget No.12 Seminyak
Hours: 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Cost: Average Spending: Approx. IDR 150,000/person


Dreamwave Donuts

This Canggu doughnut store is 100% vegan and offers a wide selection of freshly prepared vegan doughnuts as well as specialty coffee. In addition to more traditional flavors like cinnamon sugar and strawberry jam, it offers doughnuts in experimental flavors including peanut butter and jelly, triple chocolate, and kemangi & pistachio. So go ahead and indulge!

Address: Jl. Tanah Barak, Canggu
Hours: 9 AM - 8 PM
Cost: Average Spending: Approx. IDR 100,000/person



In Ubud, the vegan magic unfolds at Sawobali! You can be sure to discover something to tempt your taste buds with a variety of Indonesian specialties and sweets. Additionally, the environment is so welcoming that you'll feel perfectly at home. Not to mention the delectable buffet, which has something for everyone no matter what your mood may be. Trust us, the delicious food and fresh ingredients are worth every penny. So, whether you're a seasoned vegan or just interested, Sawobali is a must-try!

Address: Jl. Sukma Kesuma No. 19, Peliatan, Ubud
Hours: 12 p.m.–8 p.m.
Cost: Average Spending: Approx. IDR 75,000/person



It is a plant-based café with a view of the picturesque rice paddies and is situated near the Samyama retreat center. They feature salads, vegan pizza, vegan burgers, vegan bowls, lots of toast alternatives, as well as vibrant smoothies, with a focus on mostly organic and local products. For those with a sweet tooth, try their chia pudding with layers of homemade granola and rich, lovely coconut cream.

Address: Jl. Cempaka, MAS, Kecamatan Ubud
Hours: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Cost: Average Spending: Approx. IDR 150,000/person

Even the most discerning carnivore should agree that the delicious vegan options available at these restaurants would satisfy even the most fastidious palate. Our top list of the best vegan restaurants in Bali will help you locate dining options for every type of vegetarian meal, including breakfast, lunch, supper, late-night snacks, and everything in between. When you plan your Bali trip, remember these options.

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