10 Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Bali

Restaurants Serving Organic and Healthy Food in Bali

Mark these 10 best vegetarian restaurants in Bali as reference for where you can enjoy healthy cuisine at popular areas around the island. Each of these restaurants or cafés offer a menu that lists good varieties of natural and organic dishes, and some with great settings and views to complement the overall experience. Vegetarians can please their appetites at these laid-back venues, while non-vegetarians might just acquire some new tastes.

You don’t need to adhere to any political, cultural, religious or environmental movement; and no matter what ethical motivations or rights you support, these vegetarian restaurants in Bali simply serve up healthy and tasty dishes. So if you’re into wellbeing or perhaps practising yoga as part of your Bali holiday, these Bali restaurants serving organic and healthy food should match your plans perfectly.

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    Bali Bunda Café


    Formerly Bali Buda, this local chain has grown from humble beginnings as a healthy grocery store on Ubud’s Jalan Jembawan, to full-fledged health cafés in Kerobokan, the Bukit peninsula and Sanur. They are places to source your daily whole grain breads and organic jams, as well to enjoy wholesome daily meals. There’s everything from rye crust pizzas to raw food selections and smoothies made with nut milk, listed under their ‘super health drinks’. Everything about their business speaks ‘environmentally friendly’ (no pesticides or plastics) and GMO-free. Prices range between USD 1 and 5 (IDR 15,000-63,000).


    Warung Bodag Maliah by Sari Organik


    Sari Organik promotes organic farming and local produce, which makes up most of the ingredients of its dishes at its Warung Bodag Maliah signature restaurant. The warung requires a slight effort to get to – a 15-minute walk through rice fields in the local rice farmer’s cooperative area of Subak Sok Wayah. The relaxed setting and views is worth the walk, with ready-to-serve meals such as organic salads, fresh ‘gado-gado’, pizzas and a variety of fresh juice blends. There’s a vegetarian version of the local favourite nasi campur mixed rice at USD 4 (IDR 50,000), or vegan crepes for USD 2 (IDR 28,000) for dessert.

    • Opening Hours: 08:00 – 20:00
    • Location: Subak Sok Wayah, Abangan, North Ubud
    • Tel: +62 (0)361 972 087
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    Divine Earth Café


    For a totally unique dining experience in Seminyak with emphasis on organic, raw and vegan dishes, Divine Earth Café is a standout. Divine Earth’s menu features varieties of healthy drinks, sandwiches and desserts, with gluten and wheat-free options to suit your dietary needs. While all are healthy, presentations are appetising and colourful. Divine Earth also features weekly movie nights where you can sink into cushions and nibble on their light meals or sip on freshly pressed fruit juices. Prices range between USD 3 and 8 (IDR 39,000-106,000).


    Zula Vegetarian Paradise


    With a name that means a ‘home away from home’, Zula welcomes vegetarians to a relaxed ambiance to enjoy vegetarian cuisine prepared using fresh and organic ingredients. Rich, salad-filled kebab-style falafel sandwiches are among its signature treats, together with fresh juices, smoothies, teas and desserts that come with sugar and dairy-free options. Chef’s choices include a nori maki sushi using wheat-free brown rice grains and marinated tempeh bean curd at USD 3 (IDR 42,000) and a chickpea protein burger using homemade wholemeal roll at USD 4 (IDR 59,000).

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    Paradiso Ubud


    A refined offshoot of the Down To Earth vegetarian restaurant group in Bali, Paradiso established itself as the world’s first organic vegetarian cinema, combining a movie theatre and a live performance space with a raw vegan bar and a healthy grocery and products store. Off the raw food menu are delights such as a rich and creamy avocado soup at USD 3 (IDR 46,000), a veggie burger with cashew mayo on flaxseed almond bread at USD 4 (IDR 60,000), together with renderings of the local favourite nasi goreng fried rice, with rice-shaped broccoli and cashews, USD 3 (IDR 45,000).


    The Elephant Restaurant and Bar


    Natural views and pleasant vistas complement the healthy vegetarian dining at this restaurant in Ubud’s northern Campuhan area. The Elephant welcomes you to enjoy ‘earth friendly’ food while overlooking the green valley, with selections that range from Bircher mueslis, sourdoughs, laksas, ginger cakes and many other Asian-inspired vegetarian preparations. The signature Elephant Salad is a generous serving comprising greens, tempeh, feta cheese, sesame, tomatoes, corn, pomelo, rocket salad, cucumbers and radish, at USD 4 (IDR 50,000).

    Tucked away in the northern side streets of Seminyak, The Little Green Cafe serves homemade fresh salads, cakes, healthy soups and bakes, spring rolls and veggie burgers alongside lassie and smoothies, aromatic teas, coffees and refreshing juices. Opt for pre-mixed, ready-to-go salads or simply ask for fresh recommendations. A special veggie burger comes with a choice of two salads, pitta bread filled with green salad and an option for a second salad and dip. The menu changes daily, with some depending on seasonal availability. Read More...

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    Sakti Dining Room


    The Sakti Dining Room at the renowned wellbeing resort, Fivelements, Puri Ahimsa, also welcomes outside guests to its healthy and vegetarian dining options. Diners enjoy the resort’s lush surroundings, with flowing streams from the adjacent Ayung River and its tropical ponds and garden, with raw and vegan ‘living foods’. A chef’s tasting option lets you enjoy the full offerings, with 3 to 7-course menus at USD 25 to 50 (IDR 350,000-700,000) available comprising innovative Asian-inspired dishes.




    The dining offshoot enterprise of the Yoga Barn in Ubud, KAFE allows you to replenish with wholesome cuisine and fresh juices before or after your yoga sessions. You can hop in early mornings for a healthy meal to start your day, with delights ranging from macrobiotic breakfast bowls, flax and oat porridges to local Balinese ‘bubur injin’ black rice pudding at USD 2 (IDR 23,000). Ask for the raw vegetarian special of the day, prepared under 48 degrees Celsius to preserve enzymes and nutrients, or go for yummy raw desserts such as a mixed berry cheese cake, USD 3 (IDR 37,000).

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    This café in Sayan serves up raw vegan delights, with its 4m-long all raw and vegan salad bar, and an adjoining fresh fruit juice and smoothie bar (USD 2-9 or IDR 30,000-125,000). Also a highlight are its range of raw desserts, such as fresh raspberry cake and coconut lemon cake among others, and a raw chocolatier onsite that produces some of the healthiest, preservative-free chocolates on the island. A large serving of mixed salad with four toppings of your choice add up to around USD 3.5 (IDR 48,000). They source most of their fresh ingredients from their own organic gardens. Everything is fresh and a different menu of options such as toppings and dips are restocked daily.

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