When you’re into surfing and partying, Canggu’s gonna feel like your grandma’s house. Everything is there for you.
But can you survive Canggu life when you’re a vegan? Of Course! There are several cosy vegan restaurants in Canggu and, if you’re willing to go a little bit farther, you’re gonna find even finer vegan eateries in the areas surrounding the Gu.
Here are 7 vegan restaurants around Canggu:
Bali Buda is more than just a vegan restaurant. It is also a movement that sends subliminal messages to the customers to maintain eco-friendly life, as they support activities related to recycling and organic planting.
Interestingly, Bali Buda seems to encourage us to connect more with people rather than a cellphone screen. That’s why the restaurant is not covered with wi-fi. (Their bullet coffee or tutti-frutti bowl will keep you occupied, though.) The nearest Bali Buda restaurant from Canggu is on Jalan Banjar Anyar No. 24, Kerobokan.
Roti Daal is a culinary treat. 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 is 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!
Entering Peloton Supershop, I bet you can’t help but wonder about the bicycles hanging on the wall. Well, the truth is Peloton Supershop is also a bicycle shop. That’s why they put bicycles on the wall. “But, what is the connection between cycling and vegan food, anyway?” Well, they both keep you healthy.
Peloton Supershop wants to show the world that “plant-based diets can be super fun too.” That’s why they have vegan lasagna, vegan tacos, and banoffee pie on the menu. The shop is located on Jalan Raya Pantai Berawa No. 46, Canggu.
Green Ginger Noodle House
Serving vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free dishes from several Southeast Asian Countries—Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia—Green Gingers caters everyone who is seeking for healthy yet delicious food. The regulars keep coming here to have a bite of legendary laksa and red curry.
This off-beaten track restaurant has two venues for eating, inside and outside in the courtyard. You can find Green Ginger on Jalan Pantai Berawa No. 46A, Banjar Pelambingan, Desa Tandeg, Canggu.
If I can suggest another name for Secret Spot, I’d recommend Oasis. Why? Because Secret Spot is going to be your oasis when the tropical heat of Canggu becomes too unbearable as it offers various smoothies and drinks along with veggies.
Though you can go to Secret Spot anytime during the day, the best time to visit this restaurant is in the morning, for a cup of coffee, and in the afternoon, for a bottle of cold beer. Anyhow, you don’t need to be a Sherlock to get to Secret Spot as it can be easily spotted on Jalan Pantai Berawa No. 44, Tibubeneng, Kuta Utara.
Earth Cafe & Market
The combination of delicious, healthy food and drinks, the nice service, and the casual yet cozy ambiance of the cafe attracts more and more people to come and to frequent this vegan cafe.
Uniquely, this place is not only a kitchen but also a market selling vegetarian and vegan diets. Hence, the name. It won’t be hard for you to find Earth Cafe & Market since it is located on Jalan Kayu Aya No. 99, in the heart of Seminyak.
Bali Bowls & Smoothies
Bali Bowls & Smoothies is where you should go when you want to eat fresh and tasty food while simultaneously enjoying your leisure time in Canggu. People are coming here to have salad bowls and smoothies.
Every Tuesday morning there is a yoga session, after which you can have an exquisite vegan breakfast. Bali Bowls & Smoothies is on Jalan Segara Peranjak, Canggu.
The people of West Sumatra, which commonly referred to as “Orang Padang,” surely knows how to cook. That’s the reason why Padang restaurants can be found everywhere, including Bali. The problem is most of the dishes are made of meats (and you have already made a pact with your consciousness not to eat any meat).
But let me tell you a secret: there’s a vegan Padang restaurant named, of course, Padang Vegan, on Jalan Teuku Umar Barat No. 184 Denpasar, that “… serve pure vegan food with no garlic no egg. Made with love.” Their vegan versions of various Padang cuisines are mouth-watering. Don’t forget to try their fresh fruit juices.
So which vegan restaurant you want to visit first