Best Vegan Food in Bangkok

The 7 Best Vegan Restaurants In Bangkok

Bangkok is known as having some of the best street food in the world. And, while that might be appealing to foodies travelling through Thailand, it begs the question: what about the vegans? 

Don’t worry, there are tons of vegan restaurants in Bangkok for you, too! While you might not be able to enjoy the same kind of street food culture as other travellers in the city, you’ll definitely find more than you fair share of plant-based options for you to enjoy.

And, the best part is that vegan restaurants in Bangkok don’t sacrifice quality or taste. You get all of the full flavours of Thai and international cuisines just without the added animal products. Sounds delicious, doesn’t it? Check out our picks for the seven best vegan restaurants in Bangkok to taste for yourself.

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1. Broccoli Revolution

Aside from serving some of the best vegan food in Bangkok, Brocolli Revolution’s decor is superbly trendy, acting as a relaxing retreat from the hustle and bustle of Thailand’s capital city. This is your go-to spot for Western-style vegan food; they serve everything from smoothie bowls and sandwiches to Thai and Vietnamese dishes that are all bursting with flavour.

Best Vegan Restaurants In Bangkok

2. May Veggie Home

While exploring Bangkok, head on over to the popular Ratchadaphisek Road, close to the intersection with Sukhumvit, to indulge in some of the best vegan food in the city. You’ll find that May Veggie Home offers a nice variety of vegan dishes both sweet and savoury. While their vegan ice cream is to die for, you can also enjoy traditional vegan Thai dishes such as khao soi and mieng bai cha.

Best Vegan Restaurants In Bangkok

3. Veganerie Concept

..It’s impossible to talk about the best vegan restaurants in Bangkok with mentioning one of the most famous, Veganerie Concept. It’s by far the best spot for sweet vegan treats. Their Instagrammable waffles are some of the best in Bangkok, vegan or not. And their cake is, well, irresistible. However, you’ll find a delightful array of other vegan dishes to enjoy as well at this trendy, chic cafe and restaurant.

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4. Seven Spoons

Stay local and enjoy the fine dining atmosphere at Seven Spoons. The trendy wooden decor creates a super welcoming environment in which you can enjoy dishes featuring local and organic ingredients wherever possible. Count on enjoying everything from tempeh chilli and avocado salads all the way to tasty vegetarian options for those you’re travelling with who don’t follow a totally plant-based diet.

Best Vegan Food in Bangkok

5. Suananda

While it is one of the best vegan restaurants in Bangkok, Suananda is also an Ayurvedic wellness centre. You’ll notice that the food here is cooked using only organic ingredients and that it’s prepared based on Ayurvedic principles. While the website mentions vegetarian food, and it’s billed as a vegetarian garden, you’ll find that you can request that they make pretty much any of their dishes vegan.

6. May Kaidee

Craving a taste of Thai food but can’t find a place that offers plant-based dishes? Check out May Kaidee, the absolute best spot in Bangkok for vegan Thai food. If you’re feeling really hungry, head here on a Saturday to enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet of delicious dishes. Fill up your plate and then head out on the balcony to enjoy peering out onto the busy road below as you devour your vegan food.

7. Nourish Cafe

Nourish Cafe is well-known amongst vegan travellers in Thailand as offering some of the most flavourful and inventive vegan dishes in Bangkok. This plant-based restaurant uses whole foods and minimal refined sugars and oils to spice up their international menu. The sheer variety they offer is impressive, with Thai dishes, burgers, and even vegan pancakes available to enjoy.

Elizabeth Thorn

Elizabeth has lived and worked in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia, all of which have contributed to her passion for travel writing. When she's not writing, you can find her exploring little hideouts in Colombia or watching photography tutorials on YouTube.

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