We give the recommendation of vegan restaurants also!


November is the world vegan month. In line with this, The Vegan Word has released a ranking of the most vegan-friendly cities in the world in 2021. Ubud, Bali is one of them.  

As a place where many people visit for nature retreats, it would be fair if Ubud also serves as a vegan-friendly city, which is not just an idea. 

A vegan blog written by a vegan herself named Caitlin under the name of The Vegan Word ranked Ubud as number 1 among 25 vegan-friendly cities for the year 2019. Even Tel Aviv was being put in the 3rd position on her list.

Located in the tropical paradise of Bali, it is expected that you will find mouth-watering tropical fruit galore, as well as a variety of vegan-friendly restaurants.

Experience eating at a buffet vegan restaurant called 9Angels in the heart of Ubud and having a cup of fresh Kombucha tea only for less than half a dollar. Try the vegan crepe at Earth Cafe and Market, or make your imagination of the perfect smoothie bowl come true at Alchemy.

If you find yourself overwhelmed by all of these selections of vegan restaurants and its Ubud atmosphere, you might as well want to check out some cool places to stay in Ubud to get your belly ready for another vegan foodie journey the next day.

Here are some recommendations for you to chew on while preparing your next trip to Ubud.

Siboghana Waroeng

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Balinese restaurant located in a part of the Pengosekan community of artists. Uses ingredients from traditional markets, local farmers, and the restaurant's garden. Makes Balinese and Indonesian food. Nearby Arma Museum and across the street from Arma resort entrance.

Bella by Sage

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Vegan Italian restaurant opened in 2019 by the owners of Sage. Offers a variety of choices, including salads, soup, bruschetta, mezze plate, buffalo cauliflower wings, pizza with coconut mozzarella, pasta dishes, risotto, and falafel bowl. The "honey" on the menu is vegan lontar syrup.


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Small vegetarian cake and coffee shop in Ubud that has a vegan buffet with a lot of gluten free options as well as a la carte menu. Garlic and onion free (no shallot, leeks, or chive). Relocated from Jl. Hanoman 73.

Zest Ubud

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Mostly plant-based cuisine restaurant est. 2018. Offers forest-to-table spirit, local and organic ingredients. Dining with view Aug 2021 reported to sell dairy chocolate.

Wulan Vegetarian Warung

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Vegetarian restaurant with a unique take on Indonesian vegetarian and vegan food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Offers dishes using ingredients like tempeh, tofu, red rice, and locally sourced produce. Breakfast sets include coffee, juice, fruit, porridge, pancakes or French toast. Selection of drinks including iced herbal tea, detox & fruit smoothies, herbal tonics, and tropical juices. For dessert offers cacao ban. Uses coconut oil for frying. Relocated from Jl. Sukma 14.

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