Nine heaven vegan warung, Ubud


Jalan Raya Ubud No.51, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

This is a new restau­rant that opened where ‘Vegan Warung’ used to be. Per­haps because they couldn’t be both­ered to change the sign on the door, this restau­rant is thank­fully also vegan. They serve all the tra­di­tional Indone­sian sta­ples plus some (quite rare in this neck of the woods) Korean-inspired fares. The kim­chi pan­cake was out of this world — I just drib­bled on my key­board writ­ing this. Crispy, spicy, oily, messy, deli­cious. The bakso and ramen were also mouth­wa­ter­ing: the bakso balls were sur­pris­ingly great for mock meat and the ramen was super spicy. Soups are the things I feel I’m miss­ing out on the most in South East Asia, so when­ever there’s a vegan ver­sion of some­thing avail­able, I always try that. These ones didn’t dis­ap­point. What did dis­ap­point how­ever was the bibim­bap: aside from a mea­gre por­tion of kim­chi, it was very bland and gar­nished with a big squirt of some­thing resem­bling ketchup. Oth­er­wise, the food doesn’t seem to be very con­sis­tent: we returned for sec­onds a few days later and the kim­chi pan­cakes were spongier and less crisp, and the ramen was, while equally tasty, pre­sented quite dif­fer­ently. Cer­tainly there are teething prob­lems in any new restau­rant and we still rec­om­mend you to give them a try.

Falafel house, Kuta


Jl. Legian, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361


+62 819-1670-7320

Falafel House, Vegetarian Friendly, Serves fresh & healthy sandwiches / Platters of falafel with various tastes, along with fresh juices and mixed healthy fruit and vegetable drinks, in a calm & fresh Atmosphere.

We only use all fresh and authentic ingredients in all our food. Our fresh juices are all made only from fruits only, no sugar or any other additives. Our healthy drinks are a mixture of fresh fruits and vegetables to give you the refreshing energy and nutritions needed to boost your health throughout the day.

Our simple elegant interior and outside seating areas are designed to give you a relaxing experience to enjoy our food with ideal place for a chitchat with your friend, group or family.


Greek and Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Sandwiches, Vegetarian, Juices & Healthy drinks.


We are open everyday throughout the year, from 10:00 in the morning till 01:00 after midnight.


Take Reservations, Walk-Ins Welcome, Good For Groups, Good For Kids, Take Out, Waiter Service and Outdoor Seating

Banana leaf vegan Thai fusion, Canggu


Jalan Subak Sari No. 84, Canggu


+62 (0)851 0351 2266

Banana Leaf Bali Vegan Thai Fusion Restaurant is quite the interesting dining establishment. It’s one of those mock-meateries where most dishes have some sort of “meat” in them, but the entire menu is actually vegan. I’m generally not a huge fan of these processed soy mock-meats, but I have to say I was impressed by theirs. There is also plenty of un-processed food on the menu with a nice mix of thai soups, curries & salads, as well as cold-pressed juices & wheatgrass shots from the frozen yogurt/smoothie shop next door that they have developed a partnership with. They also have a couple vegan desserts, which were delicious.

Deity of miracle vegan resto, Kuta


Jl. Nakula Timur No 18 B, Legian, Badung Regency, Bali


+62 361 2154788

Deity Miracle Vegan Resto is one of the most great vegetarian resto for dining, with open-style building overlooking rice paddies. There were cows grazing in the fields nearby, and you could even sit in your own private room outside if you wanted.

The menus were very much of the chinese vegetarian bent, with lots of fake meat dishes, but also plenty of pure veggie and rice dishes. The staff there didn’t speak as much english as most other places we went, but there was an english menu and the food is all really tasty.

So, just come and taste it!

Alkaline, Canggu


Serenity Eco Guesthouse, Jalan Nelayan, Bali 80361, Indonesia


+62 361 8469257

Serenity Guesthouse offers poolside bungalow accommodation, daily yoga and a healthy place to eat, the Alkaline Restaurant. At Alkaline Restaurant, the menu consists of a variety of juices, snacks, health conscious treats and medicinal food. If you like eating raw, vegan, but your boyfriend doesn’t, you will both be happy here, with non-yogi options also on offer.

I love vegetarian de rasa, Kuta


Pertokoan Graha Tuban Kav 6, Jalan Bypass Gusti Ngurah Rai 88 C, Kuta


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Vegan restaurant offering mostly Indonesian food with some Chinese dishes. Ample vegetable plates with choice of noodles or rice, plus a variety of mock meats. Located on the way to the airport on the Kuta Bypass Road. The nearest main intersection has an enormous white statue and the main hospital BIMC is located a little further up that main road. Price: Inexpensive

Vegan, Chinese, Indonesian

Warung Sofa, Ubud


Jalan Sugriwa No.36, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

Bright and airy restau­rant with nice mod­ern teak fur­ni­ture, a great down-to-earth vibe, friendly staff and a fully vegan menu. We went for the much hyped nasicam­pur, which was excel­lent. Choose from as many 7,000RP dishes as you wish and have them served around red rice with two types of deli­cious sam­bal. We loved the kim­chi cab­bage rolls and the tem­peh manis. The desserts looked yummy.

Tasty vegan, Seminyak


Jl. Raya Basangkasa, Gg, Dewata No. 15B, Kuta, Bali 80361


+62 361 733551

Tasty Vegan is absolutely favourite place to eat in Bali! The food is amazingly delicious and the owners (husband and wife) are lovely. I highly recommend the mango juice, as well as all the food on the menu which is equally yummy.

The tables are in a beautiful, lush traditional Balinese garden with a pond. It’s very peaceful and quiet and we were the only people there when we ate a couple of times. We feel that they run the restaurant for the love of it, not for money. The restaurant is set back from the main road (watch the video on how to find it) and we found it very easily (there is a little sign on the road for it now).

The owners are very honest and have great integrity.

Bali Spirit Kafé, Ubud


Jalan Hanoman No.44B, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

Busy and bustling with tourists at all time, we were going to give Kafe a miss because it just seemed too noisy for our taste, but then real­ized that the upstairs area was a nice lit­tle oasis of peace from where you can observe the may­hem below. Like sev­eral restau­rants in Ubud, Kafe serves meat and fish as well as veg­e­tar­ian, vegan and raw vegan options, which I think is bril­liant. We had the steam veg­gies with tofu and tem­peh and the vegan burger which were both nice and fresh, burst­ing with newly-picked herbs. The raw vegan moringa pep­per­mint ice cream was out of this world

Kismet café, Ubud


JL. Goutama, No. 17, Kec.Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia


+62 812-3938-9000

Kismet Cafe and Boutique was founded by Chloe Carter and soon after she met Mykah Sterling her life mate and business partner. Together they accelerated their dreams turning Kismet into what it is today.  Both having experience in the design world and having ventured in the food industry these skills have opened up many doors and help them focus their skills in a productive way.  Knowing many designers from around the world, they  have created a space to bring them all together. Having the Cafe upstairs from the boutique creates the ability to connect so many types of people and open retail possibilities for those who never thought they could before.

Living food lab, Ubud


Green School, Jalan Raya Sibang Kaja, Banjar Saren, Kuta, Bali 08002, Indonesia


+62 361 469875

Living Food Lab is cafes.

Living Food Lab is a casual cafe/teaching kitchen serving up locally grown (sometimes as little as 2m away!), organic raw food creations that are vegan, gluten free and just plain yummy, in both Ubud and at Green School, Bali.

Living Food Lab is an academy.

Living Food Lab Saturday classes at Green School are an introduction to the whys and how to of raw, plant based food preparation, finger licking good fun for all ages.

For those wanting an in depth education, Living Food Lab Certification Training Levels One and Two provide complete, well rounded raw food chef training.

The Living Food Lab is a team.

Avara Yaron is the food muse, leading the healthy food parade at Living Food Lab, with the support of a loving and enthusiastic Balinese team who create the alchemical magic of our food with care and serve it up with delightful smiles.

Samadi kitchen lab, Canggu


Jl. Padang Linjong, Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80351, Indonesia


+62 812-3831-2505

Samadi Bali is a kitchen lab for healthy foods and happy bellies. We experiment mixing sunny world-cuisine with gourmet uncooking and home-grown ingredients to create a ‘Gourmetarian’ experience. The results are often surprising and delicious. Enjoy a young coconut after yoga or join us for family-style brunch.

As children of the earth we Believe in the power of natural food to heal your system and power your activities. We only use seasonal ingredients produced by local farmers and partners. We support fair-trade exchanges and practices because we know food nourishes more than just the flesh. We cannot guarantee all our ingredients to be 100% organic but strive to make it the majority of all our creations.

Our kitchen alchemists, Dewi and her helpers, artfully combine ingredients into ‘gourmetarian’ creations that will surprise your mind and take your tastebuds on an adventure. We offer a selection of raw-based dishes as well as cooked foods and healthy juices. The kitchen lab is open for breakfast and lunch from 8:00am till 3:00pm.

Down to earth café, Seminyak


Jl. Kayu Aya, Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia


+62 361 736645

Down To Earth Bali

Since our founding in the year 2002 by renowned nutritionist Liat Solomon, the Down to Earth Company (DTE) has grown from one home-style kitchen to six different restaurants and marketplaces serving gourmet vegetarian foods. Our immensely popular locations sit in some of southern Bali’s busiest and most dense population centers, including Ubud, Seminyak, and Sanur.

In lively and tastefully-designed dining rooms we welcome and cater to everyone from curious tourists to expatriate westerners who call Indonesia home.


Our marketplaces are filled with items that promote healthy lifestyles, many of which are made using natural and sustainable ingredients by environmentally-conscious, local workforces. Available product lines include hand and body soaps, household cleaning products, literature, clothing, cosmetics, jewelery, nutritional supplements, grains, fresh fruits, prepared spices, baked goods such as cookies, and much more. We offer for sale over a thousand different products, each carefully selected for the highest quality.


Our restaurants operate according to strict Western standards of food preparation, handling, and preservation. We serve only the finest vegan and vegetarian meals, drinks, and snacks (with the exception of ethically-sourced cow’s milk, which is available upon request).

Following years of unparalleled success we recently launched Paradiso, a vegan cinema and events-hosting space in Ubud, in Bali’s volcanic lowlands. Central to DTE’s competitive edge is our exclusive right to the importation of organic products into the Republic of Indonesia.