Explore Canggu’s thriving vegan restaurants with this guide to the town’s top plant-based places. Savour cruelty-free delights in paradise.

Welcome to my food journey through Canggu’s vibrant vegan scene. I’ve scoured this tropical paradise to curate a list of the top 10 vegan restaurants that cater to every palate. Get ready to explore vegan restaurants in Canggu, Bali.

Best Vegan Restaurants in Canggu, Bali

  1. Warung Dua Hati
  2. I am Vegan Babe
  3. Kasto Italian Vegan Restaurant
  4. Kynd Community
  5. Manggis
  6. Secret Spot Canggu
  7. The Sloth
  8. Pels Supershop
  9. Burgreens
  10. Healthy Ubud

1. Warung Dua Hati

My absolute favourite vegan restaurant in Canggu must be Warung Dua Hati. It offers a range of affordable vegan food. Their menu includes vegan waffles, pancakes, smoothie bowls, pasta dishes and Indonesian dishes. If you ever find yourself in Canggu looking for vegan food, do not miss this place! My top dishes are Nasi Campur, Creamy mushroom pasta and Maca smoothie bowl. On top of that add their new Jamu drink and you are sorted.

You can also work from the restaurant if you wish. Check my guide to free co-working spaces for digital nomads in Canggu

Address: Jl. Pantai Batu Mejan No.12D, Canggu


2. I Am Vegan Babe

I Am Vegan Babe was one of the initial vegan restaurants in Canggu I had the pleasure of visiting upon my arrival in Bali, and it certainly lived up to my expectations. The restaurant boasts two floors with a breathtaking interior. While it may lean towards the pricier side, if you’re seeking top-quality cuisine, this is a place you can’t afford to miss.

Their menu offers a delightful array of vegan options, ranging from avocado bagels and French toast to pancakes, English breakfast, and tofu Benedict. Regardless of your choice, you’re bound to be satisfied. In addition to savoury dishes, their display features delectable treats as soon as you enter the restaurant. While I haven’t personally sampled them, I’m confident they’re just as exceptional as the rest of the menu.

Address: Jl. Tanah Barak No.49, Canggu


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3. Kasto Italian Vegan Restaurant & Pizza

This is a beautiful vegan Italian restaurant in Canggu that recently moved from Seminyak.

Kasto is a restaurant with a purpose: Serving our people ethically sourced and plant-based food, made with local ingredients of the highest quality. We care about what you eat. Enjoy our soul-food, in the name of a better, smarter, more sustainable world.

Interestingly, as a pasta and pizza enthusiast, this happened to be my first experience at a completely vegan Italian restaurant. Wild, I know.

I had the opportunity to relish their Arancini as an appetizer, their highly recommended Cheesy Truffle Gnocchi, followed by the Rossa pizza and Crema Catalana for dessert. The food is not only hearty but also utterly delicious, making you want to return for more.

The owners at Kasto are sincerely committed to both the quality of service and the food they offer.

Address: Jl. Tanah Barak No.17A, Canggu


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4. Kynd Community Canggu

Kynd Community must be one of the most famous vegan restaurants in Canggu. If you’re familiar with Bali, you’re likely already acquainted with Kynd’s beautifully presented smoothie bowls, which have taken the internet by storm. Not only are they as visually appealing as they appear in photos, but they also taste incredibly good. The diversity of their vegan menu goes above and beyond. Combined with its exceptional and genuinely friendly staff, Kynd becomes the perfect vegan spot for vegan breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even a daytime workspace in Canggu and Seminyak. The restaurant is as pink as can be, and even their utensils will make you reach for your camera before your fork.

My personal favourites among their vegan dishes include the salt & pepper calamari, creamy tan tan ramen, broccoli bowl, and jackfruit pizza. I’ve also sampled their English breakfast, which was quite good, and their burgers, which were just satisfactory.

Additionally, the restaurant hosts thrift markets; for more information, check their Instagram.

Locations: Canggu and Seminyak


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5. Manggis

Manggis Canggu is a fully vegan, Asian-fusion restaurant. Google says “Stylish all-day outfit for Asian-fusion plant-based cuisine, with leafy garden seating & cocktails.” And I would definitely agree.

Manggis’s extensive vegan menu offers an incredible range of vegan breakfast dishes such as avocado toast, tofu Hollandaise, tofu scramble, pancakes, pastry and of course, smoothie bowls. I tried their Breakfast scramble, Iced oat matcha latte, vegan croissant, Calamari rings and blueberry cake.

Note: Manggis Canggu is one of the rare places that includes their service charge in the price list on the menu. So the price you see on their menu is the price you actually pay.

Address: Jl. Pemelisan Agung No.7, Tibubeneng, Kec. Kuta Utara


6. Secret Spot Canggu

Secret Spot is another vegan restaurant in Canggu, Bali, where I often work from. A significant advantage is that the restaurant provides both indoor and outdoor seating, allowing you to choose between air conditioning and a refreshing breeze. Trust me, Bali can get scorching hot, so having this choice is a welcome relief, especially if you plan to spend half a day or more there.

Secret Spot offers a diverse range of vegan dishes. My personal favourite is their vegan (gluten-free) pancakes with berries, served with a choice of coconut cream or ice cream. Another tempting option is the vegan croissant paired with iced matcha. Lastly, for mains, you can’t go wrong with the southwest chkn bowl or the coconut curry.

Address: Jl. Tanah Barak No.7, Canggu


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7. The Sloth

If you’re in search of a wholesome yet comforting vegan restaurant in Canggu, The Sloth is the place to be.

I spent a considerable amount of time working from The Sloth and had the pleasure of sampling many dishes from their menu.

They offer a delightful array of options, including French toast sticks, pancakes served with ice cream, vegan croissants, vegan pain au chocolat, vegan Nutella and peanut butter toast, tofu scramble bagel, smoothie bowls, Buddha bowls, vegan hot dogs, and, my absolute favourite, their Oreo and Biscoff sundae. I can confidently say it’s the finest vegan sundae I’ve ever tasted.

One minor drawback is that the location is on the main road, so it can get a bit noisy during the day. However, if you’re not there to work, this should be of no concern.

Address: Jl. Pantai Batu Mejan No.90A, Canggu


8. Pels Supershop Canggu

Pels Supershop, formerly known as Peleton Supershop has THE best vegan toasties in Canggu. Their Italian job sandwich – Breaded crispy tricken, melted mozzarella, napolitana, fresh basil, and jalapeños on toasted fresh sourdough tastes as heavenly as it sounds. They also have sweet dishes such as pancakes and smoothie bowls or if you are more interested in salads or soups, the choice is pretty decent.

Pels Supershop also sells house-made sauces such as pesto, harissa, mayo, curry paste, sambal etc.

Address: Jl. Pantai Berawa No.46, Tibubeneng


9. Burgreens

Burgreeens, another vegan restaurant located in Canggu offers a charming, airy interior with enchanting views of Canggu’s iconic rice fields.

This culinary collaboration unites Burgreens, a leading plant-based food chain in Indonesia, with Green Rebel, an Indonesian food tech startup dedicated to crafting all-natural plant-based meats and cheeses infused with authentic Asian flavours.

Imagine indulging in dishes such as vegan rendang, the sumptuous Mighty Mushroom Burger, a mouthwatering beef substitute, and even vegan boba. A must-try is their satay platter, featuring brown rice, teriyaki tempeh, a fresh salad, and a zesty sambal matah dressing.

Address: Jl. Pantai Batu Mejan No.1, Banjar, Canggu


10. Healthy Ubud

Healthy Ubud is a vegan restaurant in Canggu, as confusing as it may sound. However, they also have a restaurant in Ubud, so it doesn’t seem that unusual in the end. The restaurant offers some of the most delectable vegan bowls, like the Kimchi bowl, comprising brown rice, beans, avocado, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, raw cabbage, marinated sesame tofu, and kimchi, all served with nori sushi. It’s one of the combinations you must try. (These are two separate dishes, but they often feature promotions with various combos).

Address: Jl. Canggu Padang Linjong No.40a, Canggu,


As you journey through Canggu’s lush landscapes, make sure to indulge in the rich tapestry of vegan culinary delights that Canggu has to offer. From delectable plant-based dishes to eco-conscious dining experiences, Canggu’s vegan restaurants are a testament to the island’s commitment to health, sustainability, and delicious flavours. Embrace the vegan revolution and savour the future of food in this tropical paradise.

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