Vegetarians travelling to Bali rejoice in the number of vegetarian restaurants opening up across the island. From Jamie Oliver’s mouth-watering fare to local cafes whipping up excellent meals all day long, the number of options is immense. Vegetarian menus boast soups, salads, burgers, pizzas, smoothies, desserts and then some.
Where to Eat Vegetarian in Bali
We’ve narrowed down restaurants below, where you can fill up on vegetarian goodness.
1. Jamie’s Italian
Celebrity chef, Jamie Oliver I set up shop in Kuta and everyone’s invited. Non-vegetarians, vegetarians and vegans can choose from lip-smacking starters, main course and refreshingly divine desserts. We recommend the heavenly super green veggie burger and baked mushrooms. We promise you; you will be making another trip before heading home.
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2. Clean Canteen
Carb loaded street food Is pretty much the go-to for everyone visiting the island. Clean Canteens healthy take on street food minus the guilt is perfection. Meat lovers, vegetarians and vegans are all welcome here. All ingredients used our festive pesticide-free and fresh. The meat does not contain hormones and is organic. The best part? Almost all diet and allergies and be handled to create dishes that do not compromise on taste or dietary preferences.
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3. Earth Café
The frontrunner of the organic wave of change in Bali, Earth Café brings delectably healthy Mediterranean food to the table. The market cum café makes gourmet Vegan foods readily accessible to the public. They also customise their scrumptious meals according to specific allergies and dietary requirements. Hop into the Earth Market for sustainably produced clothing, household cleaning products, baby care, baked goods, spices and so much more.
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4. Tygr Sushi
Sushi (looking so pretty) has been tantalisingly out of reach of vegetarians and vegans. Not the case anymore. At Tygr Sushi, vegetarians can now enjoy delicious hand roll sushi minus the raw fish. The poke bowls can also be customised for vegetarians. Created in a multitude of colours and ingredients, indulge in a wide variety of vegetarian sushi and poke bowls. For your sweet tooth, indulge in delectable vegan-friendly mochi ice cream sandwiches with artisanal fillings.
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Craving a dessert, pizza or burger but you should be eating something healthy? Of course, you do. Alchemy is a vegan café serving raw vegan food sans sugar, refined flour and preservatives. Indulge guilt-free in the lip-smacking creations created for vegans. We recommend trying the peanut butter bar, raw BLT, raspberry mojito and the yummy homemade snacks.
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Bali has seen a massive change in the kind of restaurants and foods prepared. So many vegetarian and vegan restaurants have opened shop, and people fit right in. Not only is this food easily available but is also created in some unique ways. Some very creative chefs create vegetarian and healthy versions of fusion, Mediterranean, Thai, Mexican and of course, local Indonesian cuisines. Explore Bali without worrying about your vegetarian diet. If you’re staying at Chandra, our chefs will be happy to prepare meals for you according to your diet. We can also run out to a restaurant for your favourite meal.