Bali’s Culinary Series: Vegetarian Vegan Friendly Restaurants in Canggu, Part 1
If you are wondering whether coming to Bali is going to alter your diet, the answer is no. Bali is one of the few places in Indonesia where you can find any type of food and which focuses on vegan/vegetarian and organic food. Start with us a culinary journey in the second most famous vegan/vegetarian haven in Bali: Canggu.
- Bali Buda
Bali Buda is probably the most famous organic restaurant in the whole island. It was created in 1994 and has been delivering honest and wholesome food since then. It provides a large choice of healthy homemade meals, snacks and natural products to satisfy all dietary persuasions. It also acts as an organic grocery store.
- Roti Daal
Roti Daal is a culinary nugget. It is Canggu’s very own vegetarian vegan Indian restaurant. If you are looking for the true taste of India, this is the place for you. Most of the food are cooked in the healthy coconut oil and has come up with more than 500 varied dishes rotating daily. It is thus almost impossible for you to taste the same dish twice. The price starts from 30K to 125K. Worth every bite!
- Peloton Supershop
Peloton Supershop is the result of a subtle combination of a plant-based café and a bicycle store. It is a friendly shop which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. We strongly advise you to go there to enjoy the artistic and fun ambiance created by the owners. They show you that plant-based diet can be diverse and super tasty.
- Shady Shack
If you are a vegetarian this place is for you! Grab a glass of Kombucha (famous fermented tea) and enjoy the tropical greenery and fresh vibes the restaurant and its garden provide. Aside of the large choice of dishes, and multiples cold-pressed and fresh drinks, they also serve various options of yummy vegan desserts. Such a pleasant way to fuel up!
- Secret Spot
Your healthy getaway during Bali’s hot sunny days! Located at the very beginning of Jalan Pantai Berawa, you definitely should stop there and try their delicious vegan coconut frozen yogurt. Feel free to create your own bowl with lots of topping options such as fruits, shredded coconut or sesame seeds and homemade jam. All their dishes are made from all-natural ingredients. In here you are the ruler and the creator!
What is your favorite vegan-friendly restaurant in Bali?
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