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The 7 Best Vegan Restaurants In Bali

Indonesia is known as a humming hub of delightful, unique eateries, including lots of great vegan restaurants in Bali. The foodie culture on this Indonesian island attracts vegans, vegetarians, and healthy eaters from all over who are looking to try some of the best vegan food in the world.

Simply put, if you’re vegan then Bali is a great place to come and enjoy delightful dishes cooked with some of the freshest ingredients in the country. From beautiful, vibrant acai bowls to organic meals that look as if they’ve just hopped off Chef’s Table, there’s something here for everybody.

Get ready to indulge in the most delicious plant-based food you’ll ever taste at any one of the seven best vegan restaurants in Bali.

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1. Kynd Community

Kynd Community is a popular cafe in Bali that you’ve more than likely seen all over your Instagram already – those smoothie bowls are some of the prettiest we’ve ever seen. Their menu tastes even better; try the ‘Anti-Cruel Platter’ stacked with veggie goodness.

Best Vegan Cafes in Bali

2. Peloton Supershop

Another trendy place that’s probably popped up on your Insta feed once or twice already, Peloton Supershop is definitely one of the most popular vegan cafes in Canggu. Everything here is deliciously plant-based and bursting with flavour. Try their Power House Bowl, which is filled with nutritious greens, roasted pumpkin, marinated tempeh, broccoli, brown rice, cashews, hummus, and a whole slew of other tasty ingredients.

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3. I Am Vegan Babe

By now you’ve probably caught onto the fact that pretty much every vegan restaurant in Bali is Instagrammable. And, it’s no different with I Am Vegan Babe, one of the island’s chicest stops for cruelty-free food. Enjoy menu items such as piled-high gooey pancakes, BLTs served with vegan fried eggs and juicy vegan burgers that taste so much better than the real thing. All in all, it’s easily one of the best vegan restaurants in Bali.

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4. GIVE Cafe

If you love the bigger sits KYND Cafe, then you’ll definitely love this place. The concept behind GIVE Cafe is something that any traveller can appreciate. On top of serving quality vegan Indonesian food, this restaurant donates 100% of its profits to charity. Stop by to enjoy delectable dishes ranging from vegan Beef Rendang to aromatic, strong coffee using only the finest EXPAT Rosters bean. Simply put, a visit here is unforgettable.

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5. Warung Falafel

Craving falafel in Bali? Visit Warung Falafel, one of the best vegan restaurants in Bali and home to the island’s very best falafel. First, you’ll choose a pita, chapati wrap, or bowl base. Then, you’ll be able to add three extra toppings to your base, choosing from food such as eggplant salad, tabouli, or even sweet potato fries. We suggest topping it all off with their famous juices for a  complete and tasty vegan meal.

6. The Cashew Tree

Head to the Bukit Peninsula to find The Cashew Tree Collective, one of the hottest up-and-coming vegan restaurants in Bali. First, you’ll want to enjoy one of their tantalising and tasty smoothie bowls. Then, order any one of their vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free dishes. While their entire menu isn’t vegan, the vegan dishes they do offer are truly a delight.

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7. Earth Cafe

Known as one of the trendiest vegan spots in Ubud, Earth Cafe caters to a truly cruelty-free lifestyle. While they’re preparing your food, enjoy browsing the on-site market where you can get organic produce and eco-friendly cosmetics. Expect sensational flavours from any one of their well-crafted dishes. They all feature fresh and locally-sourced ingredients, so each one is just as delicious as the next.


Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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