Foodie Zone: Where to find vegan cuisine in Bangkok 2022

Photo courtesy of Chef's Choice Cafe.

If you’re wondering where to find the best vegan food in Bangkok in 2022, this article is for you! With the popularity of veganism growing exponentially every year, more and more vegan restaurants are opening in Bangkok to meet the demand. These vibrant, plant-based restaurants are brimming with plant-based flavour to tantalize your taste buds.

According to scientific research, vegan diets comes with a range of benefits from improving heart health to decreasing the risk of diabetes and cancers. On top of that, vegan food provides essential vitamins and nutrients required for a long, healthy life. We have compiled a list of some of the best vegan food you can try out in Bangkok this 2022.

1. HERE Restaurant

When the mood strikes, just walk in HERE! At HERE, you will find truly authentic Indian cuisine and will make you feel as if you’re dining in India. The flavour is so original that it’s the kind of food your Indian friends would miss when they are away from home. Some of the interesting and unique vegan dishes you will find at HERE includes Black Rice Dosa, a classic South Indian breakfast with a twist, Jhal Muri served with Smashed Avocado & Artichoke Salli and Tandoori Eggplant served with makki roti. HERE also offers a great ambience perfect for both day and nighttime dining!

Opening hours: 12 pm to 10 pm (last order at 9:30 pm)

Address: 46/1 Soi. Sukhumvit 53, Klongtan Nuea, Wattana, 10110 Bangkok

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Photo courtesy of HERE Restaurant.

2. Chijuya

If you’re craving Japanese food, Chijuya should be your go-to place. At Chijuya you will find vegan Japanese cuisine from rice bowls and ramen to bento sets and even sashimi. You can start with Boat Appetizer (Small: ฿300, Large: ฿500). Enjoy this delectable appetizer that comes with vegan sashimi made from konjac, mini sushi, wakame salad and pickled ginger. A large selection of sushi is also available at the stand. The Taro Sushi (160/10 pieces) is the most popular on the menu, with various veggies wound up in a mashed taro roll. Take some pictures while you’re there since the presentation is very instagrammable!

Opening hours: Tue-Sun: 11 AM – 2:30 PM, 5 PM – 9:30 PM (Closed on Monday)

Address: 1396 Songwat Rd., Samphanthawong, Bangkok 10100.

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Photo courtesy of Chijuya.

3. Vistro – Vegan Cafe & Restaurant

If you are a plant-based foodie, be ready to indulge in these delectable dishes offered at Vistro. This restaurant was voted Thailand’s best plant-based restaurant in 2020 by Root The Future. At Vistro, you will find comfort food classics, free indulgences to gourmet delights. There’s a selection of options that range from noodles, pasta, wraps, bowls, toasts, burgers and salads. Some of the recommended options include The Game Chager’s Burrito, which is a breakfast burrito that comes with tofu scramble, salsa, spiced black beans, guacamole and cashew sour cream. Also try the mouthwatering Vistro dumplings and Vistro sushi. It’s so tasty that it will leave you craving more and more!

The guilt-free delicious desserts you must try here also includes Fererro truffles, fudgy and crispy brownie made with Valrhona cocoa & semi-dark Choc chips and sticky date muffin served with caramel sauce.

Opening hours: 10am – 9pm (Last Order 8:15pm)

Address: 46/1 Sukhumvit 24 Alley, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110

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Photo courtesy of Vistro – Vegan Cafe & Restaurant.

4. May Veggie Home

May Veggie Home is the place to go if you’re looking for some tasty vegan food that’s also reasonably priced. This restaurant has a wide range of Thai dishes with exceptional flavours from plant-based Panang curry, som tum platters with crunchy tofu sticks, and khao soi with tofu and mushrooms. When you are there, don’t forget to try the crispy vegetarian tuna with sweet and sour mango dressing. It is simply delicious! Otherwise, if you are looking for something fancier, try the signature bean burger and mieng bai cha is the superior dish there. Mieng bai cha is a tea leaf salad served with crunchy beans and herbs. It is also the perfect place for quick lunch and dinner!

Opening hours: 9:30 am–8 pm

Address: 738 Sukhumvit 101 Alley, Khwaeng Bang Chak, Khet Phra Khanong, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10260

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Photo courtesy of May Veggie Home.

5. Nature’s Charm

The Nature’s Charm firm is known for its coconut milk line among other things. Nature’s Charm Café’s unique recipes combine ingenuity with components that effectively duplicate the flavour, appearance, and texture of non-vegan cuisine, making it a strong contender in Bangkok’s vegan restaurant industry. At Nature’s Charm, you will get to try a variety of cuisines, including Thai dishes such as curry and basil stir-fry bowls, as well as breakfast, poke bowls, pancakes, and fruit bowls. There is also some sweets selections you can indulge in from macaroons, snicker bar, and/or chocolate cake may be on offer. The three-story restaurant’s beautiful white exteriors and plant-adorned walls convey a warm, friendly ambience, making it a café lover’s haven.

Opening hours: 9 am – 8 pm

Address: Sukhumvit 51 Alley, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110

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Photo Via: Nature’s Charm

As you can see, vegan food does not necessarily consist of bland salads. The restaurants listed above all provide wonderful vegan dishes that you won’t have to compromise on your cravings. You may choose from a variety of vegan dishes that range from pasta, noodles, rice, wraps, sushi, and other dishes. At these restaurants you can expect beautifully arranged, scrumptious food art to arrive at your table in a constant stream, satisfying all your cravings with dish after dish.

You may also want to check out our article on the Top 5 Healthy Restaurants in Bangkok.

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Nisha Sethi

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