5 VEGETARIAN RESTAURANTS in BALI that You May Not Have Heard of

Are you a vegetarian looking for a great place to eat in Bali? Does it seem to you that most places on the island have “meat” as an inseparable part of their menu? We understand that it may be rather difficult to find a place that caters to your needs.

But even if you are no vegetarian, we still recommend that you try out these little culinary gems, since not only do they provide a pleasant and unique ambience but they also offer an array of dishes that will make you satisfied. Indulge in the tastes created by mother nature and experience the wonderful life of plant-based wonders.

1 | Le Labu Vegetarian (Kuta)

When visiting a new country, one of the most important experiences is trying the local cuisine, but for those who don’t eat meat that can sometimes be a bit of a difficult situation. Luckily Le Labu Vegetarian in Kuta answers to you problem. Here they have created authentic local culinary dishes that are 100% vegetarian. Never do you have to worry about meat based dishes, including Indonesia’s famed beef rendang, because at Le Labu, the chefs have managed to create fantastic substitutes that are completely meat-free but still give that same unique taste like beef rendang.

Opening Hours: 11am - 6pm
Address: Jl. Petitenget, Gang Umalas I, Kerobokan, Bali

2 | Bali GreenLife (Denpasar)

What better way to enjoy scrumptious food than to have it while looking over a wonderful view of rice paddies as the sun forms lovely light patterns in the sky? Here at Bali GreenLife, the dishes offered are not all vegetarian, but they do have a decent number of choices for those who are; they even offer a few raw vegan selections that will surely make your taste buds ask for more. The types of food served here are multicultural; so you can expect to find raw vegetable lasagna and Thai green curry served side by side; providing something for everyone.

Opening Hours: 9am - 9pm
AddressJl. Raya Kedampang No. 99, Kerobokan, Bali

3 | Zula (Seminyak and Sanur)

If you’re looking for a restaurant that will jumpstart your day with a health boost, then Zula is the place for you. The dishes served here have been created to maximize health benefits of each dish, and not to mention the variety on offer. Zula prides itself on being strictly vegetarian, so you don’t need to worry about what you decide to order as it has all been made with your special need in mind. Their cuisine is also multicultural, with a touch of traditional Balinese dishes, and you can expect to find a lot of Western types of dishes too. Be sure to try their breakfast choices because honestly, with one of those meals for breakfast to start your day, you will be unstoppable.

Opening times: 7 am - 10 pm
Address: Jl. Dyhana Pura No. 5, Seminyak - Bali
Address: Jl. Danou Tamblingan No. 150, Sanur - Bali

4 | The Seeds of Life (Ubud)

For those who have experienced the beauty of Ubud, comes as no surprise that the food served in Ubud is of a quality that is beyond remarkable. You can never go wrong eating at any place you find in Ubud but The Seeds of Life Raw Food Cafe takes it to a whole new level. Surrounded by peaceful surroundings and serenity, which are the essence of Ubud, the food served here has been crafted to offer customers a feeling of vitality. You can expect to find a majority of western inspired dishes made from fresh organic ingredients and a comprehensive selection of desserts that will have even those who aren’t vegan to question themselves how vegetarian food could be so tempting.

Opening Hours: 9am - 9pm
Address: Jl. Goutama, Ubud, Bali

5 | Sakti Dining Room - Fivelements (Ubud)

Sakti Dining Room is located inside the Fivelements Wellness Centre, situated by the sacred Ayung river with a number of little ponds that create a pleasant dining experience. This restaurant offers the chance to enjoy vegan fine dining. Judging from the careful preparation of the meal, we know that the chef truly enjoys creating a one of a kind moment for his guests. The types of food served here are a mix of Western and Eastern cuisines. There is also an afternoon tea that readily provides a selection of healthy, rejuvenating beverages that are sure to have you feeling well nourished.

Opening Hours: 11 am - 10 pm
Address: Jl. Raya Mambal, Ubud, Bali

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