Bali is well known for its wide range of vegan culinary hot-spots, and the region of Seminyak is no different. This means that planning a visit to Seminyak as an eco-conscious, green, or plant-based traveller couldn’t be easier. This is excellent, as visiting an unfamiliar location when following a plant-based diet can be a challenge, especially when there’s a language barrier. You might worry that through a slip in communication you are served food containing animal products, which can be an upsetting worst-case scenario. You don’t need to worry about this horror story coming true in on this trip, as there is a huge range of different vegan restaurants in Seminyak to choose from, meaning that the only difficulty you’ll have is deciding where to eat first!
In this article, we’ll be looking at some of the best vegan restaurants to eat in Seminyak, loved by both visitors and locals alike!
- Location: Jalan Petitenget No.12 Kerobokan Kelod, Seminyak, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361
- Contact: +62 859 3112 0209 / email@example.com
- Open daily 6 am – 11 pm
- Best Features: Vibrant environment, and Insta-worthy food
KYND community is a travel-bloggers’ must-visit location. It sports a fresh modern interior that is bang on trend, and spaces to eat your plant-based delicacies in style, such as lounges and swings. KYND Community should be high up, if not top, on your list of places to eat when visiting Seminyak.
The food at KYND Community is so stunningly presented that even the most stubborn meat-eater is sure to want to take a bite. They have a broad menu offering a huge range of mouth-watering dishes for everyone, including burgers, salads, burritos, curry, ramen, pasta, and even steak and mash! Put simply, KYND Community has achieved the seemingly impossible. They have selected the very best cuisine from around the world, and, as the icing on the cake, made it vegan, yet still utterly scrumptious!
There are many popular choices on the menu. These include the Salt & Pepper Squid, with a texture and flavor so authentic diners are left baffled, the Korean Fried Chicken Burger, for a cheat day treat, and for something soothing and filling, the Japanese Ramen. Visitors with a sweet tooth are also not left wanting, with waffles and smoothies on the menu, and a vegan ice-cream parlor right next door!
- Location: Jl Kayu Aya No.48, Oberoi Seminyak,
- Contact: +62 813 3777 9122 / firstname.lastname@example.org
- Open daily 11am – 10pm
- Best Features: Vegan ice cream parlour, sold across Bali
Mad Pops in Seminyak is both the perfect place to take the kids on a family holiday and a must-taste spot to visit as a couple or group of friends. Mad Pops takes the concept of vegan ice cream and have ramped it up to the next level. Their rainbow scoop ice cream is perfect for the ‘gram to make all your followers envious! With over fifteen flavors of ice pop to choose from, there’s something for everyone.
The most popular ice pop flavors include; double chocolate vegan brownie, coconut peanut butter dark chocolate swirl, and coconut caramelized banana with chocolate granola. When creating the perfect ice cream cone, Mad Pops doesn’t disappoint, as there is also a variety of different sprinkles and toppings on hand to choose from. These tantalizing tidbits are sure to delight your taste buds!
Mad Pops has a strong design aesthetic which is great for snapping photos. With pastel elements contrasting their black and neon lights, Mad Pops creates an environment that is fun and exciting. Since creating their flagship store, Mad Pops has also expanded to a second location in Canggu. They’re also stocked in a variety of cafes and vegan restaurants across Bali, so if you enjoy your visit and are looking for a second bite, keep your eye out throughout the duration of your stay for places which stock Mad Pops products.
- Location: Jl. Raya Basangkasa, Gg, Dewata No. 15B, Seminyak
- Contact: N/A
- Open daily 9 am – 9 pm
- Best Features: Authentic Indonesian cuisine, hidden restaurant
Few articles will mention Tasty Vegan on their lists, not because it doesn’t offer some of the best vegan authentic Indonesian cuisine (it most definitely does), but because few people know about it! This hidden gem is a local staple, it is family-run and has a gorgeously tranquil garden that diners can sit and enjoy their food in. Just off Seminyak’s main street, Tasty Vegan offers affordable vegan food in a wide range of options, from authentic cuisine to vegan ice cream.
Therefore, if you’re looking to peel back a little of the tourist veneer of Seminyak, we strongly recommend taking a few small steps off the main street and eating like a local at Tasty Vegan. Entering this Elysium of gorgeous vegan cuisine may give you much needed time away from the busy hustle and bustle of the town and time to reflect on your bali trip.
Tasty vegan will always remain the best vegan restaurant in seminyak (even Bali) for me personally, because there are so many dishes on their menu that I can’t get enough of.
- Location: Jl. Dhyana Pura No.5, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung
- Contact: 0812 3990 0909/ email@example.com
- Open daily 7 am – 11 pm
- Best Features: Caters to vegetarians and vegans, focuses on nutrition
Zula defines themselves as a ‘vegetarian paradise’, but their menu features a ton of vegan options too, which is why we think they should be featured on this list. Like Earth Cafe, Zula is part of Bali’s macrobiotic movement, meaning that all their dishes are health and nutrition-focused, and adhere to the macrobiotic principles of the movement. The ingredients that Zula uses are all organic, non-GMO, and as many as possible are locally sourced. This cruelty-free and health-based Nivarna is designed to delight everyone, vegan, vegetarian or carnivorous.
Zula features an extensive menu (also available on their website), which as mentioned includes both vegetarian and vegan options. The features of each dish are clearly labeled, so there’s no need to worry about accidentally picking a vegetarian instead of a vegan dish. Zula also pays incredibly sharp attention to dietary requirements and clearly marks common allergens such as gluten and wheat. They offer everything from soups, to pizzas, salads, wraps, and more, and they offer generous portions. These generous portions are essential if you’re looking to have an action-packed day in Seminyak, as they will help ensure you remain full and nourished throughout the entire day!
Lastly, Zula also offers a broad drinks menu, which is great if you’re only making a short pit stop. They offer a wide range of teas and cold drinks, as well as having a menu dedicated to juices and smoothies designed to aid with a variety of nutritional and health needs, such as energy boosters, post-workout drinks, and antioxidant cleanses.
Zula is one of the more popular vegan restaurants in Seminyak because its located in a popular street. We hope they entirely veganise their menu soon, eliminating all dairy from it.
- Location: Jl Lasmana #99, Oberoi, Seminyak
- Contact: +62 361 736645.
- Open daily 8am – 12pm
- Best Features: Nutrition-focused, warm atmosphere
Earth Cafe has been a mainstay of Seminyak’s vegan cuisine scene since 2006. Earth cafe is not just a restaurant but a destination, as it has a fully stocked market store on the premises which sells local organic produce. This means that you can take a taste of Seminyak back to your hotel or villa, as well as a variety of eco-friendly products such as cosmetics, which make great gifts for loved ones back home.
Unlike some locations which can have limited seating, Earth Cafe is spacious and therefore the perfect location for families and groups to visit. The Earth Cafe was at the forefront of Bali’s macrobiotic and organic movement, and is well-known in town by the local vegans, some of who eat here for breakfast, lunch, and even dinner!
Earth Cafe has a jam-packed menu, with pages dedicated to customizing your perfect health-food infused drink. They also offer a variety of raw meals such as pesto pasta, soft-shell tacos, and soups.
- Location: Jl. Raya Basangkasa No.1200A, Seminyak
- Contact: 0812 3610 3434
- Open daily 7am – 11pm
- Best Features: Health-oriented, organic, Vegan Cuisine
Divine Earth serves vegan food that is mostly raw and fits the macrobiotic lifestyle. Its owner is also the head chef, meaning that the dining experience at Divine Earth feels authentic and true to its ethos of cruelty-free culinary delights. Divine Earth has a broad menu, featuring a mouth-wateringly wide range of options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Seminyak vegan restaurant is also ideally situated for those looking to experience some of what Seminyak has to offer. Next door to Divine Earth is a yoga studio, making for the perfect morning of activities. Upstairs, there’s even a top-secret cinema. The cinema screens both documentaries and blockbuster movies, and to top it off, entry is free so long as you have purchased an item of food or drink from Divine Earth below. Better still, full menu service is available during screenings, meaning thanks to Divine Earth you can have an unforgettable afternoon or night out. Fabulous film and fantastic flavor are rolled into one here, making it the perfect experience to do solo or with friends and family!
- Location: Jl. Dhyana Pura No.24, Seminyak
- Contact: 0361 738 052
- Open daily 9 am until 3 am
- Best Features: Open until late, simple and no-frills dining
Can you truly call yourself a vegan if you don’t indulge in some falafel every now and again? This veggie and vegan staple food is put pride of place in Seminyak’s top falafel spot; Happy Falafel. While not the place for sit-in fine dining, Happy Falafel is perfect for food-to-go or a late-night bite to eat as they’re open until 3 am and are located on Seminyak’s ‘party’ street. This means that if you’ve worked up an appetite living it up with the locals, tasty, cruelty-free food is just a short walk away.
Unlike most vegan restaurants in Seminyak, Happy Falafel does also offer meat options in the form of gyros and shawarma, meaning that all your non-vegan friends’ dietary requirements can be quickly satiated. These crumbly chickpea mouthfuls will meet any midnight craving and will be the perfect end to your night out.
Shelter Cafe/Nalu Bowls
- Location: Jl. Drupadi 1 No.2A, Seminyak
- Contact: 0812 3660 9776
- Open daily 07.30 am to 6 pm
- Best Features: Two restaurants in one, nice atmosphere
Comprised of Nalu Bowls on the ground floor, and Shelter Cafe on the first floor, when you visit this prime vegan dining location you get a two-for-one package deal! Starting with the ground floor, Nalu Bowls has an open kitchen setting and bar, which allows you to see how your food of choice is made. Nalu Bowls specializes in serving vegan smoothie bowls, which have become a hugely popular trend across Instagram and Pinterest – so if you’re a keen influencer or blogger, Nalu Bowls makes the perfect spot to visit. Furthermore, they’re open from 7:30 am making it a great place for early risers to get a filling and healthy breakfast to kick-start their day exploring Seminyak.
Located upstairs, Shelter is a rooftop cafe that comes highly recommended by previous visitors, achieving an impressive rating of 4.8 out of 5 over nearly 500 reviews. While it doesn’t boast a serene beach-side view like Potato Head or other locations in Bali, it does look out onto a pleasant green space, and has a calming tropical atmosphere, with lots of plants and soothing music. Shelter Cafe is well-known for its ‘design your own’ breakfasts, meaning even the pickiest eater in your family or travel group can be well catered for with the selection process broken down into easy to follow steps, with thousands of different combinations! Lunchtime options include burgers, salads, platters, and sandwiches, and there is a wide range of drinks options too, including smoothies.
Don’t be Afraid to Explore!
While we’ve given our suggestions on some of our best vegan restaurants in Seminyak that you should try, there are so many more amazing options- we simply couldn’t write about them all! From Cafe Organic who call themselves the ‘garden gangstas’, to the authentic flavor of Padang Vegan, and the well-loved Taco Beach Grill, Seminyak can offer something vegan for every mood and palette. So, when visiting Seminyak, don’t be afraid to explore: who knows what amazing eatery you could discover down a side-street, or by turning left instead of right!