See ya later Bacon, oh hey Facon

See ya later Bacon, oh hey Facon

You’ve asked and we’ve answered, here are our favourite vegan eats in Bali

From dedicated vegan cafes and grocery stores, to cracking good plant-based Mexican and Thai restaurants, here’s a round-up of some of Bali's best vegan bites.

Vegan Eats Bali

UBUD

Sayuri Healing Food - Sayuri creates tasty food that heals, energises, and nurtures your body. From raw food classes, raw chef training and an amazing vegan restaurant to match, you can eat and learn to cook your very own vegan eats.

Moksa - Located in a breezy grove, overlooking vast gardens and Ubud’s famous rice fields lies Moksa. A permaculture garden and restaurant that brings food from the farm to the table. Serving exquisite plant-based cuisine, both raw and heated, as well as, local coffee, tea and healthy elixirs.

La Pacha Mama - hanging for a nachos feast or a late night burrito? Lucky for you we have Bali’s first all-natural, plant-based Mexican restaurant. Same authentic flavour and fan-favourites with a veggie twist. Enjoy a Ginger Lemongrass Margarita and let the delicious mexican food come to you.

Alchemy - Smoothies, salad, pizza, coffee, sushi, chia pods and soup - you name it, Alchemy has it. This raw food cafe, restaurant, supermarket and education centre is the one stop Ubud shop for all your vegan needs.

Whilst enjoying your vegan bites, check out these top things to do in Ubud and fill your day with more adventure and activities. 

CANGGU

The Shady Shack - Although not completely vegan, this vegetarian eatery is too delicious not to include on our list of vegan eats. This cute, homey cafe overlooks stunning rice fields in Canggu’s countryside and serves up delicious veggie meals. Sit back, relax and enjoy a matcha latte and chia pod with a side of fruit salad. Yum!

Banana Leaf - Heading to Bali but craving Thai food - we have the place for you. Banana Leaf offers foodies a vegan, thai infusion that won’t have you missing chicken pad thai anytime soon. Enjoy an Avocado Green Curry, Magic Mushrooms (not that type) and some Morning Glory (not that type either) for a yummy, wholesome night out with friends.

Green Ginger Noodle House -  Swing by Green Ginger Noodle House to sample a mouth watering menu of vegetarian and vegan food inspired by cuisine from across the south-east Asian region.

Peloton Supershop - Technically not located in Canggu (it’s close enough) Peleton Supershop are a one stop planet friendly shop, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. They're not all about salads, their special menu was designed to show you plant based diets can be super fun too.

Canggu is also home to some epic markets that serve up and sell delicious, organic produce. Check out some of our favourite markets and Canggu hotspots here. 

SEMINYAK

Earth Cafe & Market - Located in both Seminyak and Ubud, Earth Cafe and Market are a ‘whole life concept’ brand of organic, vegan shops and restaurants that provide health food and lifestyle needs. If you’re looking to get your own food options whilst travelling Earth Market is your one stop shop. Alternatively, check out the cafe for a range of vegan and organic eats.

Kynd Community - Anyone who has been to Bali or has scrolled through a Bali-based influencers Instagram feed will have seen the perfectly pink wall with ‘Another day in paradise’ scrawled across it. That’s exactly what Kynd community is - a plant-based paradise! From smoothie hangouts to a healthy salad bar, Kynd community has it all.

Divine Earth Bali - From Middle Eastern, to Italian and Japanese, Divine Earth is an organic, vegan fine dining restaurant in the heart of Seminyak, offering a selection of cuisines. Stop by and enjoy a true artisanal raw vegan food experience.

ULUWATU

The Temple Lodge - Fancy a surf and a healthy meal? Then The Temple Lodge is your haven! Overlooking the famous Bingin Beach, this picturesque restaurant serves up delicious, raw vegan eats. Watch the surfers catch some solid lefts whilst you treat your body to some healthy, wholesome munchies.

The Cashew Tree - Only a stone’s throw from Bingin Beach, The Cashew Tree serves up organic and locally sourced produce that will have you coming back for more. Treat yourself to Tempe Soba noodles, burritos and veggie rice paper rolls whilst sipping on home brewed Kombucha.

Yoga Searcher - One of our favourite breakfast spots to hit up after a yoga session, Yoga Searcher is a Yoga retreat centre with an accompanying restaurant. Serving up earth friendly, vegan and organic produce, it’s a must for serious foodies. The pancakes are drool worthy!

Want to fit in a cheeky surf at Bingin Beach or some sweet sunset spots to enjoy your plant-based smoothie bowl, check out these top things to do in Uluwatu.