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Best vegan places to eat in Ubud Bali 2022

Best vegan places to eat in Ubud Bali 2022

7 Best vegan places to eat in Ubud Bali 2022

With the island of the gods now finally back open for tourism, we thought now would be the best time to review the state of vegan eats in Bali.

When visiting recently we observed some staple venues that have gone from strength to strength through the pandemic and others that unfortunately, didn’t make it.

Here is our list of must trys in UBUD and we welcome any additions to the list via email or message.

 

 

Zest

 

As far as overall food quality and availability (vegan options on menus) Ubud has to be the best vegan place to eat in Bali. With a whole host of dedicated vegan restaurants, healing restaurants, raw food eateries, and even vegan fine dining, Ubud has something for everyone as well as varying budgets.

So far we haven’t been able to go past the food at Zest, a 100% plant-based eatery perched a top of a hill and looking over the Campuhan River. The venue like its food is stunning and you feel as though you’re eating within a giant treehouse atop the amazing hill on which the venue is located. A native Kamboja tree (Frangipani tree) is planted at the heart of the restaurant to add to the Balinese fragrance of the atmosphere. The space was designed for you to chill with plush sofas and the incredible views over the Campuhan Ridge lush jungles.

With these views, beautiful staff, and incredible food, you really can’t go past Zest.

Our personal recommendation from here is the vegan carbonara! Incredibly good!

https://www.zestubud.com/

 

 

 

Sayuri Healing Food

Photo from Sayuri Healing Food Facebook page

Sayuri healing food is another amazing spot. An interesting crowd and vibe but that aside the food is phenomenal. We tried the Big Boy Breakfast & xxx which were both fantastic. They also have an amazing selection of cakes and sweets at the counter which are definitely worth checking out. The venue itself is super cool and hosts all types from hippies to digital nomads in both an indoor and outdoor space. A must-visit to get a real feel of the Ubud vibe!

www.sayurihealingfood.com

 

Clear Cafe

 

One of the most unique spaces for vegan food in Bali, this place feels so inviting and warm to eat in. Not only that, but the menu has a diverse range of vegan meals and drinks, especially good is the chocolate mylkshake! This trehouse style venue will not disapoint and is a place you will want to visit over and over again.

https://clearcafebali.com/

 

Yoga Barn

 

An Ubud staple, this place is a Mecca for the yoga crowd and also has an on-site eatery that’s roughly 85% vegan. Super fresh and healthy meals, it’s a great place to sit down read a book, or people-watch over amazing fresh food. The menu is focused on healthy, raw, and organic food and it’s a great experience to dine within.

 

Alchemy

 

A little out of the main part of town, Alchemy is definitely worth the extra scooter ride over. With a restaurant and yoga facility located across the road, the place is a hub for good vibes and vegan food.

 

Seeds Of Life

 

Located in a small side street off the main shopping and town area of Ubud, Seeds Of Life is all about quality ingredients and quality food. An intimate space you can expect a wonderful selection of raw and organic fare.

 

Moksa

Moksa is less of a restaurant than it is an experience of the senses. Located in a rural area of Ubud the place is run by world-renowned Chef Made Runatha.

A little about  Made Runatha (head chef)

Madé began researching everything he could from Macrobiotics to Ayurveda, he went on to study at Living Light Culinary Arts Institute, USA. Under the tutelage of Master Chef & Founder, Cherie Soria, known as the “Mother of Gourmet Raw Food Cuisine,” he later became the world’s first Indonesian certified Plant-based Cuisine Chef.
Combining his passion for learning with enormous creative talent, Madé has become one of the world’s top chefs dedicated to mastering the endless flavors, textures, and techniques of plant-based, raw vegan, “living foods” cuisine, as well as an endless palette of exquisite cooked vegetarian dishes.

Moksa under Made’s guide and vision is an incredible place to enjoy the garden (visible whilst dining) to plate vegan cuisine. There is also a special space where you can take part in a cooking class run by Made and his talented Balinese team. A must-visit!

Special Recommendation: Tempeh Ribs!

 

Final Thoughts

What did you think of our 7 best vegan places to eat in Ubud?

Would you add another venue to the list? If so we would love to hear your recommendations on the best vegan in Ubud. Be sure to let us know in the comments below. Otherwise, look out for more Bali vegan guides coming soon!

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