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By Shristi Patni - 4 min read

6 best vegan restaurants in Bali


I’m jumping on the vegan bandwagon and am going to reveal my favourite places to treat, cheat, eat and indulge in Bali – *purely* vegan. 🌱

It feels like bliss to be able to order anything from the menu when you know it’ll nourish your body but is 100% cruelty-free!

Let’s dive in.

1. Peloton Supershop

The word “Peloton” describes a group of cyclists that stick together to save energy and build speed. 🚴

Situated in Canggu, this airy cafe signifies that serving vegan food and selling bikes can go hand in hand. This good-looking space attracts a crowd of Instagram fans and wellness enthusiasts. Shots, shots, shots with no hangover (thanks to their superfood powered shots).

The cafe opens at 7 30 am and closes at 4 30 pm, throughout the week.

Do try: Superfood powered shots.

2. KYND Community

KYND community has quickly become one of the most popular hotspots and for all the right reasons. With delectable vegan cuisine, stellar service and Instagrammable interiors, it’s become all the rage in Bali 📸 Their 100% plant-based menu is proof of just how great veggies can taste and will leave you hungry for more.

Visit them early in the morning after a session of Yoga for customisable smoothie bowls, drool-worthy coconut MYLK coffee and waffles. Come by in the evening for cute cocktails and dinner that’s guaranteed to blow your mind. Oh, and don’t forget to leave room for desserts. Indulge in their plant-based milkshakes, freak shakes and ice-creams at their Kynd Creamery. 🍨

You can also shop cookbooks, sustainable merchandise and goods at the KYND store and if you wish to learn the secrets of cooking healthy, yummy plant-based cooking, sign up for their online course.

They’re open from 6 am to 10 am throughout the week.

Do try: Berry tropical smoothie bowl and avocado on toast.

3. Alchemy

Established as a place for transformation a decade ago, Alchemy is Bali’s first 100% raw vegan cafe. It was started by a group of creative, conscious, live food enthusiasts. The cafe’s vision is to promote healthy sustainable living, honour mother nature, support well being and healthy habits and offer a space of community and inspiration. They’re promoting heart-based culture with the intention of gratitude, health, authenticity, unconditional love through high-vibe lifestyle choices. They believe that we’re all that we eat and therefore, their menu promotes conscious, healthy choices for all their diners.

Visit their store for some uber-cool products and cookbooks.

They’re open from 7 am to 9 pm, throughout the week.

Do try: Raw Bounty Bars.

4. Earth Café

Located in three places Seminyak, Ubud and Paradiso Ubud, it promises to satisfy all your cravings. It prides itself on supporting local farming. This means all of the food produced by them is locally sourced, helps farmers earn a livelihood, doesn’t harm the Earth and inspires people to become vegans. They also help local communities understand how they can adopt a greener, naturally-grown diet. Their food is fresh and enjoyable which makes you want to order everything!

They’re open from 9 am to 8 pm, throughout the week.

Do try: Chickpea burger and basil tofu spring rolls.

5. Mad Pops

This cutesy ice cream parlous is visited by almost every influencer and celebrity on their trip to Bali. I mean, who would miss their funky coloured vegan ice creams and cute décor? 🍦

The fact that they’re entirely vegan and fun makes dining at Mad Pops an absolute must. It’s an ice-cream haven for anyone who loves an exotic twist on a traditional sorbet or who lives a vegan lifestyle.

Drop by this wacky and wild ice-cream parlour to feel like you’ve stepped into the 80s. Silly murals, neon signs, technicolour vegan sprinkles and disco vibes promise you a good time.

They’re situated in both Canggu and Seminyak and are open from 1 pm to 9 pm every day.

Do try: All of their flavours! 😍

6. Café Organic – Garden gangsta

One of the first plant-based restaurants in Bali, Café Organic is still one of the most popular and renowned places to dine in. Their vision is to encourage tourists and locals to embrace sustainable practices and improve Bali’s biodiversity. It offers its diners a relaxing, laid-back atmosphere that will draw you in and make you want to keep visiting them again and again. They’ve got everything from decadent toasts and salad bowls to your favourite burgers, meals and desserts! 🥗🍔

Located both in Seminyak and Canggu, it’s open from 8 am to 4 pm, throughout the week.

Do try: Troppo chia cup and salad bowl.

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About the author

Shristi is a content writer and owner of F and B Recipes. She enjoys writing about Intuitive Counseling and Spiritual Mind Treatment. Formerly the Chief Content Officer at Raletta, she is currently working on her second cookbook.