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5 Vegetarian Restaurants in Bali You’ve Probably Never Have Heard of


Are you a vegetarian looking for a great place to eat in Bali? Do you feel that most restaurants on the island have meat-oriented menus? We understand it is rather difficult to find a place that caters to your needs.

But even if you are not a vegetarian, we still recommend that you try these little culinary gems, offering a pleasant and unique ambience, and an array of dishes that will delight your taste buds. Indulge in wonderful plant-based food and enjoy the flavorful ingredients from Mother Nature.


1 | Living Food Lab Bali

Whether you’re a vegetarian or a vegan (or even veg-curious), Bali is never lacking in culinary options! A perfect example is the must-try café Living Food Lab, which is located in Green School, Badung. It prioritizes local, organic, and gluten-free ingredients, and is known for its super-delicious dishes, such as the gluten-free burgers that come in three flavors: spicy Mexican, beet, and zucchini mushroom, and the zoodles (zucchini noodles) served with green pesto and croquettes. This place is also used to host various events like portrait workshops and coffee talks that are very enlightening.


Address: Jl. Pantai Berawa, Tibubeneng, Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Badung, Bali


2 | Moksa

Located in Ubud, this plant-based restaurant offers a holistic approach to food and eating. It emphasizes balance and harmony in every dish, and supports sustainability by using locally-sourced sustainable ingredients. Created to nourish, educate, and find balance, Moksa is a space to awaken the senses. It sends out the message that healthy food can be enjoyable for everyone.


Address: Ubud II Kutuh, Jl. Puskesmas, Sayan, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571


3 | Peloton Supershop

Enjoy delicious vegetarian dishes that are pleasing to both the eye and the palate! At Peloton Supershop, you’ll enjoy a wide variety of options on the menu, including local dishes. They offer plenty of healthy drinks, too! The restaurant’s ambience is cozy and relaxing while its interior is chic and comfortable. The best part about it is its location. It’s just 1.8 km away from the Berawa Beach. So after soaking up the sun on the beach, you can unwind and eat some plant-based delicacies at this restaurant.


Address: Jl Raya Pantai Berawa No 46, Bali, Indonesia 80361


4 | The Seeds of Life (Ubud)

5 Vegetarian Restaurants in Bali that You May Not Have Heard of
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The quality of food served in Ubud is beyond remarkable, but the raw food cafe Seeds of Life takes eating to a whole new level. Surrounded by peace and serenity, which is the essence of Ubud, the café offers food with health benefits. You can find a range of western-inspired dishes made using fresh organic ingredients and an extensive selection of desserts on the menu that even non-vegans find tempting.


Address: Jl. Goutama, Ubud, Bali


5 | Sakti Dining Room - Fivelements (Ubud)

5 Vegetarian Restaurants in Bali that You May Not Have Heard of
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Situated inside the Fivelements Wellness Center, and nestled between the Ayung River and little ponds, the Sakti Dining Room offers a pleasant vegan fine-dining experience. The impressive meals are a proof that the chef puts in a lot of effort to prepare the cuisine, which is a mix of Western and Eastern food. There is also an afternoon tea menu that offers a selection of healthy, rejuvenating beverages. Apart from indulging in delicious food at the Sakti Dining Room, you can also participate in various mesmerizing events, like Agni Hotra, an ancient fire ceremony originating from the sacred Vedic Hindu texts.


Address: Mambal, Abiansemal, Badung Regency, Bali 80352


Indeed, Bali has got everything a vegan needs for a worry-free holiday! Don’t wait and book yours here:

With how Bali is filled with abundant flora and fauna, as well as a handful of restaurants that cater to vegan diets, indeed The Island of The Gods is a convenient place for every vegan traveler out there. Do also partake in several healthy and fun activities around Ubud! When you are planning to visit these places, make sure to comply with the safety health protocols such as wearing your mask, keeping your distance from others, washing your hands regularly, avoiding crowded spots, and minimizing your mobility whenever you can.