10 Places to eat as a Vegan in Bangkok

Must visit 10 Places to Eat as a Vegan

When in Bangkok you have to try these top vegan food places

Vegan Supper Club Dinner 

Enjoy a vegan gourmet dinner in Bangkok served at the chef’s home. Supper Clubs are unique dining events and very popular in Europe – a cross between a dinner party and a restaurant. The only difference between this dinner and an expensive high street establishment is that you dine in the relaxed, informal atmosphere of the dining room at the chef’s home and you meet amazing people from all walks of life. The menu contains 5 gourmet courses and can be originals or a fusion inspired by different recipes and cuisine all over there world which has been veganized. On the website you will see pictures of the past events and get an idea of what kind of food is served. This event is for adventurous foodies and takes place one´s to twice a month. It is not only a dinner but a unique experience where you will go home with a story. The location varies and you’ll get the exact direction with your booking confirmation. 

OPEN: 1-2 times a month starting from 7pm 

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Veganerie Bakery

Owned by a few vegan activists Veganerie is definitely one of my favorite places to go if I feel like having something sweet, it’s the ultimate vegan foodporn place. They use less sugar to boot, Gluten-free products, such as the strawberry and kiwi shortcake, are also available. My favorite is the strawberry cheesecake parfait and the brownie with banana ice cream which is more than delicious! A vegan cake and sweet tooth paradise, that is for sure, and one you should absolutely have on your list. They also recently opened up another store close to Phrom Phong BTS Station just behind Bejansiri Park. Don’t leave without getting some cake to go for the next morning. 

OPEN: 10:00am-09:00pm

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May Veggie Vegan Restaurant 

Fully vegan restaurant in Bangkok conveniently located close to the intersection with Sukhumvit, just a few minutes from Asok BTS and Sukhumvit MRT station. I have been here many times and it has become one of my favorite places to go to in Bangkok. Some of the dishes I sampled and enjoyed were Masaman Curry, Fried Fish, tofu larb (a spicy and soupy minced tofu with pounded rice and Thai herbs, a classic you shouldn’t leave Thailand without tasting!), grilled vegan bacon-wrapped mushrooms and all of the burgers. On top of that, they have an excellent selection of vegan ice cream that is simply to die for – the Thai tea is my absolute my favorite.

OPEN: daily, 11am – 10pm

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May Kaidee Vegetarian Restaurant 

Located on a quiet leafy street just behind the Burger King on Tanao Road, May Kaidee is easy to spot. The staff is very friendly and the atmosphere is laid back and breezy. Some of the food I tried was Panang Curry, Fresh spring rolls, Tom Kha soup (spicy and sour soup with lots of coconut milk), Pad Thai, and Sticky rice with Mango and it all was delicious! They also have a buffet every Saturday and a cooking school. Even non-vegans are bound to fall in love with the dishes served at the place simply because of their fabulous and exceptional taste. The fruit shakes of the restaurant are believed to be the tastiest, thickest, and richest in the whole of Bangkok.

OPEN: daily, 9am – 10pm

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Na Aroon Vegetarian Restaurant with Luxury Hotel 

Na Aroon is very surprising not only for its hidden location at the end of Sukhumvit Soi 1, but also for the delightful array of organic Thai vegan choices. The atmosphere was really relaxed and romantic around the swimming pool. Na Aroon specializes in Thai cuisine and serves mostly vegetarian food with some seafood and uses only organic produce, and does not use MSG, food coloring, or preservatives. Menu winners include Massaman curry with tofu which is my absolute favorite and I have to say I have never had such a good version of Massaman Curry. The staff is very courteous and super sweet and friendly. The owner is usually present and making sure that everyone is satisfied. I highly recommend this place for families, couples or singles it is just a perfect place to relax. It feels like you are miles away from the noise and bustle of Bangkok. 

OPEN: daily, 6:30am – 10:30pm 

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Theera healthy bake room coffee Shop

Theera Coffee Shop is a nice and stylish place just a few minute’s walk from Ekkamai BTS (exit 2). Good selection of healthy conscious vegan desserts and lunch. They serve up a regularly rotating range of baked treats that are guaranteed to be gluten-free, dairy-free and nut-free. The owner is really friendly and always happy to answer any questions you may have. 

OPEN: daily, 10am – 7pm


Anotai Vegetarian Restaurant

Hidden in an unassuming complex near Rama 9 Hospital, it’s easy to dismiss Anotai from the outside, but step inside and you’ll find this healthy vegetarian restaurant. The décor and the atmosphere reflect its multiple personalities: a handful of dark wood tables and chairs, pale yellow walls and dim yellow lighting, a café-like cake display, and a Chinese arch that leads to a wooden staircase lined with jars of herbs and spices. The menu list contains a good choice of vegan dishes with great light and healthy Thai dishes, along with organic salads, pasta neatly prepared on artistic plates. Also popular are Anotai’s massive selection of healthy herbal teas. The Ingredients are 100% organic, many grown on the owner’s vegetable plot outside of Bangkok. 

OPEN: 10am – 9pm (closed on Wednesdays)

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Rasayana Raw Vegan Food Café and Retreat

The food at Rasayana Retreat is quite simply mind-blowingly and in my opinion the best vegan raw food restaurant in town. You walk into the cafe and you are surrounded by gardens and sweet lustful music in the background. It is strictly vegan and everything is just so alive, not to mention tasty and the food looks so beautiful when it arrives that it almost feels sinful to eat it. Menu items include Thai pasta, where the noodles are made from strips of coconut flesh and zucchini, and eggplant lasagna, made with marinated eggplant, zucchini, marinara, and avocado sauce. You can even get a raw burger here, made from sunflower seeds, olive oil, shoyu, flax seeds, mushroom, onion, garlic, and celery, and plenty of salads, soups, and healthy desserts on the menu as well. The food is fresh, full of flavor, and leaves you with energized feelings. Rasayana also has some yummy raw snacks for sale like Macadamia Nut Bread, Raw Brownies, Raw Donuts, Beetroot Cookies, and Seed Bars, so stock up while you’re there!

OPEN: daily, 9am – 9pm 

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Reflect Restaurant at Bangkok Tree House

Another place to eat as a vegan in Bangkok is this eco-resort which is located on the bank of the Chao Phraya River in what is dubbed “The Green Lungs of Bangkok”. The cute restaurant is built in harmony with nature out of bamboo on a raised platform affording beautiful views of the nearby jungle. The Bangkok Tree House is 200 meters from the ferry dock. Reflect has a separate vegetarian menu showcasing local organic ingredients and several vegan options such as a spicy summer watermelon salad, tofu larb cakes on lemongrass sticks, and mango sticky rice, all presented delightfully. The menu follows the seasons with daily changes as fresh produce becomes available from local fruit orchards and artisan dessert makers. A great hangout place to chat even under the morning sun when Thailand is experiencing chillier weather. Here is a quick video about my day trip to Bang Krachao and my visit to the Tree House Restaurant.

OPEN: 8am – 6pm (8pm on weekends)

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All You Can Eat Fruit Buffet at Baiyoke Sky Hotel

If you are a fruit lover like me, this one is not to be missed. Located in the Baiyoke Sky Hotel, the tallest building in Thailand on the 18th floor where you will enjoy a breathtaking view of the city. For 350 Baht you can enjoy fresh fruit as much as you like, including durian, mangosteen, mangoes, dragon fruit, longan, papaya, rambutans, coconut, pineapple, watermelon, tamarind, guava, etc. There is also a selection of candied fruit, pickled fruit, fruit juice, mango sticky rice, sorbet, and even a chocolate fountain. I just stuck with the fresh raw fruit and ate a whole lot of it.

OPEN: daily, 9am – 9pm



5 Trending Vegan Foods & Beverages

In today’s dynamic world, fads and trends constantly come and go, and this certainly rings true when it comes to food & beverages. Last year, trends such as cruffin (a croissant muffin hybrid), avocado on toasts and cold brew coffee appears to be rampant and foodies all over the globe enthusiastically got on board before they are considered no longer “in”.

Inevitably, 2016 comes with a new set of trends. With many vowing to *finally* be in their best health & fitness of their lives in the new year, we believe that more and more people will forgo their meat eating ways and adopt the vegan way of life that has experienced a continuos rise in popularity for the past several years.

With veganism increasingly becoming widely accepted, a review (from EcoWatch) has mentioned that more food lovers are opting healthy and natural food products instead of highly processed and packaged. Hence it’s no surprise that the demands for vegan and plant-based diet plans have soared. With that, here are 5 of current trending vegan foods and beverages you may want to give a go today!

(Green) Smoothies green smoothie

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If you’ve been wanting to take on a healthier dietary lifestyle but are not a huge fan of greens, why not try juicing & blending your veggies a try? We happen to love green juices because it allows us to get the fiber, vitamins, and a chock full of wholesome nutrients we need each day in just one cup! Not only they serve as fuel-to-go breakfasts, they’re also perfect to be indulged as an afternoon snacks or dessert. For extra sweetness, you can also add your favorite fruits into the mix such as bananas, apples, avocados, berries or mangoes, whatever rocks your boat! If you haven’t already done so start blending your way to a more nutritious lifestyle!

Overnight oats in a jar

Oats in a jar

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Instead of reaching for the usual sugary cereal and instant oats in box, we urge you to make your switch to the overnight oats in a jar. These creamy and delicious delights are just oats left soaked overnight typically with milk and yogurt – definitely a great way to start the morning! Aside from milk and yogurt, you can also add and mix it up with fruits, chia seeds and nuts to give it an extra texture and taste. By using simple and fresh ingredients, these jars of goodness are also so simple to whip up!

Raw truffles


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Forget those processed snack cakes and junk foods and replace them with these mouthwatering raw truffles option instead. These creamy and decadent truffles are much more satisfying and a healthier alternative for desserts that you will not feel an ounce of regret when taking a bite into them. Though they may seem complicated to create, you will be surprised that these sweet treats take only 2 to 5 ingredients and a few minutes to whip up (depending the type of truffles you would like to make)! With such a simple recipe, there is no excuse for you to not try it out! Share them with your friends and family for these oh so fancy and delicious-looking truffles are also wonderful to be given as gifts!



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For a while, Kale has been the go-to “it” greens but apparently, Kelp is soon taking its reign! According to Mother Earth News, these greens from the sea are known to be a major source of iodine, which are necessary minerals for our bodies. Thanks to its health benefits and its delicious taste, this hip and healthy super food has been rising in popularity.The great news is that it’s versatile. You can add them to soups or salads, for an extra depth of flavor and texture or replace your favorite noodles with kelp. Just so you know, vegan kelp noodle salad is currently amongst one most popular & highly recommend dish that all food lovers should dig into!

Coconut  coconut

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From coconut butter and oil, to coconut sugar and coconut milk, we’ve noticed that there is a craze for coconut going around. If you don’t believe us, you can easily do a quick google search and we’ll bet that you’ll find an abundance of vegan (and non-vegan) recipes that includes the use coconut all across the web. Here’s an interesting coconut fact: According to One Green Planets, they serve as proteins for your body and are great source for amino acids and iron! To start, we’ll definitely be making replacing our refined white sugar with coconut sugar and our regular cooking oil to a much healthier extra-virgin coconut cooking oil. What about you?


Vegan Food in India

Taste of India

India is a land of contradictions. Before we came to India, we heard all kinds of stories, both good and bad. Either you love it or you hate it! The first step into India was walking from Nepal to the Indian border, and I definitely saw changes immediately.

It became more crowded and crazy, like suddenly all kinds of animals were walking on the streets, I didn’t even know where they came from. Let the journey begin! It was May and we weren’t very lucky with the season as it was the hottest time of the year. I had felt the heat in Nepal, but in Rajasthan it was even worse. To be continued…

Jaipur, India’s Pink City – Vegan Food

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Tasting of Jaipur

Like many cities in India, Jaipur, also known as the Pink City, is a very chaotic place. I love the loud colorfulness here! The forts have such charm and idyll. You have to watch out for the monkeys though, they are everywhere and try to grab anything they can. Such great scenery with amazing elephants and colourful ladies. I recommend the Babu Bazaar Market. It is a great place to shop or just walk around and be inspired by the smell and beautiful fabrics.

I went to a vegan Restaurant and tried out the Dosa which was flavorful and crispy. This definitely became one of my favorite. For dinner I had Dhal Bhat which is always delicious and comes with different curries, pickles, rice, vegetables. The Naan is the best part, oh my gosh I could eat this every day!

Another vegan yummy stuff was this in-between snack from the vendor who sold fried mush potatoes and some desserts made from sweet potato. I just love indian cuisine its so various, rich, mouth-watering and tasty, its hart to beat it!


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