If you are vegetarian or vegan you have probably faced the problem of not being able to find a suitable restaurant or even a dish on the menu when traveling. Well here is the answer (at least in Bali), the 5 best vegetarian and vegan cafes in Bali.
1-Samadi Bali in Canggu
At Samadi Bali you can join in with yoga before having a meal in the villa or its surrounding garden. From 8am until 3pm you have a choice of hearty vegetarian meals as well as light salads. On Sundays there is a farmers market held here including locally grown vegetables and nut butters. On Wednesday evenings there is a night screening as the venue is transformed into a cinema followed by a buffet of vegan food.
The menu here is vegetarian and vegan and prices are from US$ 2.80 up to US$ 5.20.
2- Alchemy in Ubud
Alchemy is a vegan dessert café where the cakes are as healthy as a salad. Everything served here is raw vegan, free of any refined sugar, wheat, flour or preservatives. Here you can enjoy cheesecake, cashew milk and cold pressed lattes. The breakfast bar has several healthy options to start your day in the best possible way.
All the food served here is raw vegan, it is open from 7am until 9pm and the price range is from US$ 1.20 up to US$ 3.20.
3- Zula Vegetarian Paradise
This cozy restaurant with an organic grocery shop has a huge menu from quinoa and buckwheat pancake, different salad combinations, soups, raw veggie burgers and the local specialty of nasi goring (fried rice). It has two locations, one in Seminyak, the other close to the beach at Sanur.
All the food is vegan, it is open daily from 7am until 11pm and prices begin from US$4.
4- The Seeds of Life, Ubud
Here you can try the tasty raw vegan lasagna together with other raw vegan options. There is a wide selection of Chinese teas and tonics to wash down the food. You can take cooking classes or attend a yoga session before heading home, reborn. The food available is vegan and is served from 9am until 9pm daily. The cost is from US$5 up to US$15.
5- Happy Falafel, Seminyak
Here you will find Indonesian food, combined with Greek and Middle Eastern dishes. It is located in a party district and is an ideal location for a healthy meal and some pre-party drinks. While meat dishes are on offer there are wraps available so you can design your own falafel with fresh vegetables. A budget meal is also offered consisting of fries, a drink and falafel. This restaurant is open from 11am until 3am with plenty of vegetarian options. Prices begin at US$2.40 up to US$6.40.