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Bali’s Veggie Paradise: Top 7 Vegan & Vegetarian Friendly Restaurants in Bali

Updated 28 May 2024
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Bali isn’t just a haven for beach lovers and adventure seekers. It’s increasingly becoming a dream destination for health-conscious travelers, particularly those embracing a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle. Lush rice paddies, vibrant Hindu culture, and world-class spas are just a few reasons Bali attracts visitors. But in recent years, the culinary scene has exploded with an abundance of delicious and innovative vegan and vegetarian options.

This guide is your passport to navigating Bali’s thriving plant-based food scene. We’ll explore the island’s historical connection to vegetarianism, delve into the best vegan and vegetarian restaurants in popular areas like Seminyak, Canggu, and Ubud, and offer tips for finding plant-based options even in non-vegan eateries. So, whether you’re a seasoned vegan or simply curious about exploring vegetarian delights, get ready to go on a culinary adventure in Bali!

Top 7 Recommended Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants in Bali

Bali’s culinary scene embraces fresh, local ingredients and traditional cooking methods. This translates beautifully to plant-based cuisine, with restaurants offering innovative dishes that celebrate local flavors. From hearty jackfruit stew to refreshing raw salads, expect a wide variety of options to satisfy every craving.

1. Red Gunpowder

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Red Gunpowder is our restaurant that serves contemporary yet authentic Indian cuisines located in the heart of Pererenan, Bali. We’re known for our vibrant flavors, beautiful ambience, and delicious takes on authentic Indian cuisine. Our restaurant itself is designed with a blend of tradition and modernity. Reclaimed wood and rustic charm create a warm and inviting atmosphere, while the carefully curated decor adds a touch of elegance.

We serve many vegan and vegetarian options to ensure we left no one behind on our culinary journey. Ask one of our staff for recommended vegan items such as our people’s favorite Cauliflower Tikka or our extensive Curry selections. So come visit us and get ready to enjoy the authentic taste of Indian cuisine.

2. WOODS Bali

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Our other restaurant; WOODS Bali in Pererenan, Bali, focuses on a delectable Mediterranean menu with fresh, local ingredients. We use reclaimed wood to create a warm and rustic ambience, aiming for an elegant yet comfortable feel. Whenever you step inside our restaurant, you will feel like you’ve been transported into a giant elegant treehouse.

For our guests that prefer vegan or vegetarian options, we got various menu items that will surely fits your dietary preferences to make sure that everyone can enjoy a delicious meal within our restaurant. Not only do we serve delicious food, we also often hold various events to keep you entertained such as our Piano Night Tuesday or Sunday Roast filled with Live Jazz performances. Book your table today and let us take care of your taste bud.

3. Bodhi Leaf Eatery

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Located in Denpasar, Bodhi Leaf Eatery takes vegan staples and infuses them with the spirit of Bali, creating a mix of textures and tastes that will treat people who have preferences for green palates. Bodhi Leaf Eatery pays homage to Indonesian tradition by doing a Vegan take on Soto soup, a fragrant coconut milk wonder, or Tinutuan, a comforting brown rice congee, bringing a touch of familiarity to the menu. Bodhi Leaf Eatery is also a budget-friendly haven, so you can feast without breaking the bank.

4. Benih Cafe

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Kuta, Bali, offers a relaxed escape at Benih Cafe. This cafe blends Asian and Western comfort food, including vegetarian options, in a stylish yet casual setting. Imagine hanging greenery and colorful cushions creating a chilled vibe. Perfect for any meal, Benih Cafe caters to all tastes. Their menu boasts brunch classics, flavorful Asian dishes, Western comfort food, and delightful vegetarian options. For a delicious and affordable meal, Benih Cafe is a recommended place in Kuta.

5. Herb Library

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Ubud’s Herb Library isn’t your average vegetarian restaurant. It’s a contemporary haven for healthy dining, showcasing plant-based dishes made with fresh, seasonal ingredients. The restaurant offers a selection of vegan menu options crafted sustainably sourced ingredients. The atmosphere is a visual treat – a contemporary space with natural light and pops of greenery creates a relaxed vibe. Beyond the plate, Herb Library offers live music nights making it a great spot to savor delicious food and immerse yourself in local culture.

6. Sauce Tree

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Sanur’s Sauce Tree is a plant-based haven serving up delicious comfort food favorites. Think juicy vegan burgers, flavorful pastas, and hearty rice bowls – all made without animal products. Great atmosphere, friendly service, and a welcoming vibe make Sauce Tree a must-try for any plant-powered adventurer in Sanur.

7. Ulu Garden

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Ulu Garden in Uluwatu isn’t just a restaurant, it’s a hub for healthy eats and good vibes. Start your day with a vibrant smoothie bowl or savor a wholesome vegan or vegetarian dinner. They even have options for omnivores. Ulu Gardena also livens things up with weekly events. Think live music nights, special dinners, and a monthly market to soak in the local scene. With its focus on fresh, healthy fare and a sociable atmosphere, Ulu Garden is a recommended spot for vegetarians or vegans visiting the Uluwatu area.

So, ditch the doubts and pack your appetite! Bali’s plant-based scene is ready to satisfy your taste buds with its innovative flavors, fresh ingredients, and welcoming atmosphere. Whether you’re seeking hearty stews, refreshing salads, or globally-inspired cuisine, Bali’s culinary adventure awaits. Explore this delicious journey and discover why Bali is a haven for health-conscious travelers, one bite at a time.

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Rifka
Rifka

Journeying through life with a camera in hand, Rifka Setia Arianti is a passionate explorer of the world's diverse landscapes. Currently settled in Bali as a web designer, her lens captures the essence of her travels, weaving together a tapestry of stories that encapsulate her love for both photography and adventure.

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