• Bali’s Best Healthy Food:

    Where to find vegetarian & vegan menus, superfood cafes, clean eating, raw food, organic options and more

    While we can’t claim to be full-fledged vegans ourselves and we do enjoy sinking our teeth into a nice juicy burger, some crackling babi guling, pisang goreng, or some sizzling ramen and crispy chicken karaage every now and again, we’re big fans of eating clean.

    Because when you eat better, you feel better and why not practice the whole “my body is my temple” in Bali, the land of a thousand temples—can we get an amin to that?

    While it may have been difficult to find organic and vegan-friendly years ago, the health food scene in Bali has exploded, the only real challenge about keeping things healthy is picking where you’re going to fuel up at from the overwhelming pool of choices.

    Honestly, it was pretty hard to limit this list down to all the options we even included, but these are our absolute top picks from cozy little vegan hipster cafes to high-end, gourmet raw food and everything in between. 

    Don’t even pretend to be shocked that most of them are located in Bali holistic-living capital Ubud and food trend hot spot, hipster-ville, Canggu.

    Moksa

    Dining at Moksa is an experience in and of itself. Taking the whole “farm to table” thing quite literally, you can see the actual soil where the food on your plate came from. The plant-based restaurant has its own permaculture organic farm, so they really do put their money where their mouth is. For instance, at lunch, you can see the farmers collect eggplant as you scuff down eggplant rendang. While they do have extremely inventive raw food options like avocado enchiladas and “lasagna love”, their heated offerings are just as creative, like jackfruit tacos and tempeh ribs. Moksa is very community oriented, hosting a regular farmers market and events encouraging social welfare engagement.

    Moksa

    Puskesmas Ubud II, Gang Damai, Sayan
    Everyday 10am-9pm
    +62 813 3977 4787
    info@Moksaubud.Com

    Motion Cafe (formerly Avocado Cafe)

    The cafe arm of Motion—as in the kickass, holistic Seminyak gym, retreat entity—Motion Cafe markets itself to anyone, but fitness addicts in particular, looking food a good, clean meal. Supporting local farmers and using organic products whenever possible, the cafe serves up homemade everything fit for whatever your dietary restrictions may they be paelo, vegan, gluten free, etc. Details are made to keep sustainable in the cafe like sticking to just glass straws and reusable napkins. In the mood for something sweet? Tuck into the gluten free sweet potato waffle with peanut butter, banana, almond, and golden spice for a vegan treat. If you’re looking for a real reboot and are in Bali for a bit, try one of Motion’s meal plans that are totally customizable to your diet, needs, and goals.

    Motion Food

    Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong 69b
    Everyday 7am-10pm
    0813-5334-5410
    foodorder@motionfitnessbali.com

    Peloton Supershop

    One of our go-to Canggu brekkie spots, this vegan food joint (which is also a cycle shop and event space) was founded by cyclists, who aim to “tread lightly”, meaning live a low impact life and keep to sustainable practices. First open the menu to their “fastbreak” section for breakfast (8am-12pm) for a selection of smoothie bowls, porridge, toast, pancakes, and of note, the marathon: a breakfast board of scrambled tofu, garlic mushrooms, Mexican beans, greens, tomato salsa, zucchini, corn hash, and sauerkraut with your choice of dark rye, sourdough, or GF spinach toast with pesto. At lunch (12pm-4pm), take your pick from salad, sandwich, wrap, taco, nasi campur, or even lasagna options and now they even do dinner (5:30pm-9:30pm) which has some of the same choices from lunch, plus must-try items like a vegan take on a rendang burger!

    peloton supershop

    Jl. Pantai Berawa no. 46, Canggu
    Everyday 7:30am-10pm
    Juice bar: 7:30am-9:30pm
    Kitchen: 8am-9:30pm
    +62 813 3761 9335
    info@pelotonsupershop.com

    Sakti Dining Room at Fivelements

    If you’re ever going to have a luxury, plant-based, raw, vegan dining experience, then the Sakti Dining Room at the eco-luxury wellness retreat Fivelements is it. Set in the countryside, situated between the Ayung River and lush tropical ponds and gardens, the grounds of the Fivelements are simply breathtaking and the bamboo structure with a thatched roof of their award-wining Sakti Dining Room is a sight to behold. An emphasis on fine organic ingredients and local farmers, sustainable agriculture and environmentally friendly products, Sakti will convert even the most insistent of carnivores. Opt for a signature chef’s specialty tasting menu for lunch and dinner (three, five, and seven-course meals) or just order a la carte if you prefer to be behind the wheel.

    fivelements

    Banjar Adat Baturning, Mambal Bali
    Everyday
    Breakfast: 7am-11am
    Lunch: 7am-11am
    Afternoon tea & snack: 3:30pm-6pm
    Dinner: 6pm-10pm (9:30pm last order)
    (0361) 469260
    contact@fivelements.org

    Earth Cafe (Down to Earth fam)

    What’s a Bali healthy food guide without mention of Down to Earth, the OG of Bali clean eating as we know it, the successful umbrella of health food restaurants and markets that popped up in 2002 and continues to keep on growing. Arguably their best-known venture is Earth Cafe & Market, as its name suggests, a cafe and market serving up a fresh organic menu, including whole grains, non-refined flour and sugar, raw food options, along with made-to-order cold-pressed juices. With locations on in “Eat Street” in Seminyak and the trendy Jl. Goutama in Ubud, you’ll be impressed by how many everyday food items the cafe has the healthy, ‘whole’ version of: tacos, pizza, pasta, burger (veggie of course), cheesecake, ice cream, and pie, the list goes on and on.

    Earth Cafe & Market Bali

    Jl. Kayu Aya no. 99, Seminyak
    Everyday, 7am-11pm
    +62 (0) 851 0304 4645
    info@earthcafebali.com
    and
    Jl. Goutama Selatan, Ubud
    Everyday 7am-10pm
    +62 (0) 361 976546

    Paradiso Ubud

    Did you know Bali is home to the world’s first organic, vegan theatre? Of all places, yes, it would be in Ubud and this is another offshoot of Down to Earth. Paradiso is a cinema that has nightly screenings, along with live performances, art exhibitions, yoga and dance classes, talks, workshops, family events, and more. Paradiso is adjacent to the Ubud Earth Cafe, so you can just order straight off their menu and catch whatever flick happens to be playing!

    Paradiso Ubud

    Jl. Goutama Selatan, Ubud
    Check program for event listings
    +62 (0) 857 3761 4050
    info@paradisoubud.com

    Zula

    Sweet little sister of Earth Cafe and part of the Down to Earth fam, Zula doesn’t dub themselves as “Vegetarian Paradise” for nothing. Zula—now available in Legian and Sanur—is all about vegetarian and vegan options based on what’s seasonably available to support local and organic farming. Organic, non-GMO, cooked using pure sea salt, spring water, stainless-steel cookware, traditional methods—and damn straight no MSG, you can rest assured eating here that you’re getting the cleanest and the freshest. Their Legian location has a delivery service, though you’ll find the little shop quite cozy to hangout at. Yeah, we know you can get avo toast anywhere but try theirs: bright ripe avocado mashed on a pita of your choice, toasted in olive oil & zaatar (wild mountain thyme), topped with cherry tomatoes, alfalfa sprouts & calamata olives. NOM.

    Zula Bali

    Jl. Dyhana Pura no. 5, Legian
    Everyday, 7am-11pm
    +62 (0) 361 732723; WA +62 (0) 812 399 00909
    delivery available
    and
    Jl. Danau Tamblingan no. 50, Sanur
    Everyday 7am-10pm
    +62 (0) 361 8497244

    Alchemy

    As the island’s first 100 percent raw vegan cafe, Alchemy is your one-stop shop for all things… drumroll… raw and vegan. Check out their sizable salad bar stocked with organic farm fresh ingredients from their own farm if you’re in the Ubud hood for lunch. At all curious about raw vegan pizza? Alchemy’s is worth the gamble, especially the mushroom and spinach one! They’ve also got a range of organic juices, all the superfood options you could imagine, a menu of raw desserts and chocolates, and a cute little shop area with those hard-to-find products in Bali, including organic cosmetics and house essentials. We recommend finishing things off with their famous Cloud 9, a vegan vanilla cheesecake with raspberry coulis.

    Alchemy Bali

    Jl. Penestanan Klod, ubud
    Everyday 7am-9pm
    +62 361 971981
    marketing@alchemybali.com

    Secret Spot

    Secret Spot started out as a little hole-in-the-wall froyo shop in Bukit and despite its tiny little space in Ungasan, has become less of a secret and more of an essential stop for froyo with with a comprehensive selection of healthy organic toppings (like they even have spirulina granola) or a smoothie bowl (our favorite is the super green). Their success in Bukit has carried them to Canggu where they’ve opened up a second location with an extended menu that not only has more froyo flavor choices, but also tempting (yet guilt-free) items like chia-buckwheat waffles, pumpkin soup, and village pie.

    Secret Spot Bali

    Jl. Raya Uluwatu no. 68 (in front of Nirmala Ungasan)
    Everyday 8am-10pm
    0852-8887-0777
    and
    Jl. Berawa no. 44
    balisecretspot@gmail.com

    Cashew Tree

    Located near Bali’s chilled out Bingin Beach, Cashew Tree is not only a fixture in the Bukit social scene (hello, Thursday night parties!) and a place for badasses to train in Muay Thai at the attached Bali Fitness Centre, but also a family-friendly cafe with healthy options. Set in a spacious tropical garden, the vibes are strong and you’ll want to stay long here. By far, our favorite menu items are their bowls. They have a healthier take on the Indonesian nasi goreng (fried rice) using organic brown rice that’s topped with greens, an egg, tofu and tempe satay. One of our go-to orders is the budha bowl: wild rice, pumpkin tofu cashew curry, carrot kimchi, spinach, and haloumi. We’re drooling just thinking about it now.

    Cashew Tree

    Jl. Pantai Bingin
    Thursdays 8am-12pm
    Friday-Wednesday 8am-10pm
    085953789675

    Bali Buda

    As one of Bali’s foremost health food businesses—that’s been around since 1994—Bali Buda is an essential pit stop for the health conscious in Bali. Promoting slow food, organic agriculture, and giving back to the community, Bali Buda makes everything homemade everyday. Their Ubud, Sanur, and Kerobokan cafes have a ton of fun options like gourmet caesar salad burger (healthier than it sounds!), raw flax pizza crackers, and a macrobiotic plate: grilled GMO-free tofu, steamed broccoli, chickpeas, grated daikon, spirulina, gomashio, with brown rice and a side of miso soup. While the other locations have a full-on cafe and accompanying shop, the Bukit location has a small, but surprisingly comprehensive shop with a cafe that does not carry their full menu, but does have some juices, coffee, wraps, sandwiches, and other various baked goods.

    Bali Buda

    Jl. Jembawan no. 1, Ubud (across from Ubud Post Office)
    (0361) 976324 / 978963
    Locations also in Kerobokan, Sanur and Bukit

    Watercress

    Situated in that chill, hip Batu Belig area as Seminyak sprawls into Canggu, Watercress of the Good Food Brotherhood (Milk & Madu, Ulekan, Shmurger Burger, Bangkok Hustle) is a favorite amongst food and lifestyle bloggers for their Byron Bay roots and resulting good vibes. Come hungry for their “rustic brekkie”. Can’t go wrong with spinach free-range eggs benny or an acai bowl with superfood goodness, complete with banana, strawberry, blueberry, coconut, goji berry, chi seeds, bee pollen, crunchy flakes. They serve fresh juices, Revolver Espresso, and Happy Kombucha, to drop a few names, so you’re going to want to get a drink. Go for lunch to get to that showcase, where you can pick from all the goodies: salads, quiches, crepes, vegetable lasagnas, and fresh fish. Or simply order a la carte and try the veggie burger or lemon roast chicken on sourdough. Now open for dinner, you can also choose from dishes like their line caught sashimi grade tuna or their zucchini ribbons to keep it healthy.

    Bali Buda

    Jl. Batu Belig no. 21A, Kerobokan
    Everyday 7:30am-10pm
    +62 85102808030
    and
    Jl. Monkey Forest Road, Ubud
    hello@watercressbali.com

    Livingwell

    An organic cafe and shop attached (but independent of) the Pepito near GWK. No chemicals, no MSG, etc, Livingwell‘s got a pretty good-sized menu for such a small place, with salads, wraps, buns (think bao buns), noodles, and of course, smoothie bowls. A healthy selection of juices and shakes are also on offer. The salmon dill wrap always gets a foodgasm out of us: homemade whole wheat pumpkin tortilla skin, filled with seared salmon, quinoa, chia seed, mixed salad, onion, mozzarella, dill, and cream cheese. Have a browse through their shop for a small assortment of produce and other health food items. If you have a sweet tooth, make sure to check out the glass display case filled with “healthy” sweets like protein and energy balls and raw cakes.

    Livingwell Bali

    Jl. Uluwatu no. 9 (next to Pepito GWK), Ungasan
    Everyday 8am-10pm
    0361-3350585, 0812-3601-9111 (they deliver within a limited range)
    info@livingwellbali.com

    Cafe Organic

    Health conscious vegetarian meals with locally sourced produce that you can bet your bottom dollar are organic at this place. #GardenGangstas is the hashtag used by Cafe Organic, which popped up in Seminyak and expanded with another cafe in Canggu. Smoothies packed with super foods, fresh juices, salad bowls, and smoothie bowls are all on the menu for brekkie and lunch. For dinner, chow down on tofu laksa, zucchini noodles, a sweet potato burger, or cheeky buns: shitake mushroom, silken tofu, pickled cucumber, soy marinated shredded carrot, and vinegar sesame dressing. The cafes’ interiors are the things of Instagram dreams with whitewashed furniture, potted plants, Bali-style parasols.

    Cafe Organic

    Jl. Petitenget no. 99z, Seminyak
    and
    Jl. Batu Bolong, Canggu
    Everyday 7am-5pm, 6pm-10pm
    +62 812 3612 8341
    info@cafeorganicbali.com

    The Seeds of Life

    A pioneer in the raw food revolution that’s certainly hit the shores of Bali, the Seeds of Life is a must for any raw food devotee eating their way through Ubud. Their lasagna—they have Mexican and Italian versions—is one of their most famous creations, complete with “rawmesan” cheese. Another cool Ubudian thing on offer here is the Taoist Tonic Bar, which serves a variety of ancient elixirs to balance the Yin and Yang elements of your body. If you get confused with the jing, qi, shen, and adaptability candle-shaped charts on their tonic bar menu, just consult with their in-house expert. In addition to its raw food space and Taoist Tonic Bar, Seeds of Life also boasts a raw food chef academy/certification program, yoga retreats, and the head chef and founder also does holographic kinetics—an aboriginal healing technique.

    Seeds of Life Bali

    Jl. Gootama no. 2, Ubud
    Everyday 8am-10pm
    (0361) 970650
    ben@theseedsoflife.net

    The Shady Shack

    Health nuts are going mad for the vegan, gluten AND dairy free overloaded menu at the quirky, offbeat Shady Shack overlooking the rice fields in Canggu.Our personal favorite, the nori bowl, which has everything from seaweed greens to coral ginger, red and brown rice and carrot orange and cabbage purple vegetarian rolls. Also worth a taste are the chickbeans that one-up your basic avo-toast and come with Japanese-style onsen eggs over mashed avocado and chickpeas with toast on the side. Make sure to ask what daily special raw treats they have because these are deliciously guilt-free sweets.

    The Shady Shack

    Everyday 7:30am-5pm
    Jl. Tanah Barak no. 57, Canggu
    +62 812 36116466

    Nüde

    Nüde is great if you want to dabble in raw food but don’t want to plunge in headfirst. Their menu has it all from gluten free to vegan and veggie delights, but also has burgers so good that it made it into our top Bali burger roundup. Choose from healthy salad bowls and imaginative creations like the raw zucchini spaghetti in a creamy coconut and mushroom sauce, nut parmesan and dill OR a sun dried tomato marinara. Catering to families, Nude has a kids menu with kid-sized versions of their finger-licking good burgers.

    Nude Canggu

    Jl. Pantai Berawa no. 33
    Everyday 7:30am-10pm
    0852-3821-4003
    howdy@nudecanggu.com

    The Spicy Coconut

    We love the casual, relaxed atmosphere at Batu Belig’s 100 percent vegetarian cafe, the Spicy Coconut. Organic produce is sourced daily from the local market with a large vegan range. Devour refreshing juices, smoothies, and smoothie bowls or pick the power porridge or granola from their breakfast (8am-12pm) menu. For lunch (12pm-3:30pm), have a go at one of their many salad bowls like the lush bowl: grilled haloumi, feta, rocket, beetroot, sun dried tomatoes, mixed seeds, caramelized balsamic order. OR, if you really can’t find anything to satiate your needs, they’re happy to whip you up a customized salad. Plus, they’ve got an adorable “mini meals” section on the menu for kids with choices like mini peanut butter toast and mini avo.

    The Spicy Coconut

    Jl. Batu Belig no. 81
    Monday-Saturday, 8am-3:30pm
    0812 4645 8250

    Ruko Cafe

    We know you’re reading this guide for the sake of healthy food, but we’d be remiss if we didn’t advise you to sip on Ruko’s special Indonesian house blend—they do call themselves a coffee shop with healthy food, after all! All day breakfast with smoothie bowls, avo toast, and offerings like green goodness: zucchini noodles with basil pesto, kale, rucola, avocado, toasted seeds, feta and polenta, plus falafel. Get one of their loaded salads or give the naked burger a chance: lentil and herb patty, on a bed of pumpkin tahini puree, peppers, pickles, slaw and greens topped with sesame and sprouts.

    Ruko Cafe

    Jl. Pantai Berawa no. 99, Canggu
    Everyday 7:30am-4pm
    ruko_cafe@hotmail.com
    0812-3967-3077

    The Elephant

    We’d come to The Elephant overlooking the exquisite Tjampuhan Ridge in Ubud for the drool-worthy interiors and even just the view alone, but of course we’d stay for their delicious, eco-conscious vegetarian food that can easily be adjusted to become vegan and gluten free. We’re nuts for the handmade potato gnocchi: pesto, baby beans & pine nuts or burnt sage butter & almonds on wilted spinach. The Japanesey salad’s also a favorite: tofu, nori, tomato, greens, carrot, cucumber, ginger, sesame, mayo & a mirin dressing. A part of the slow food movement, The Elephant practices responsible waste management, has a permaculture garden, sources chemical free vegetables, and harvests and filters their own rainwater.

    The Elephant Ubud

    Hotel Taman Indrakila
    Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Ubud
    Everyday 8am-9:30pm
    085 100 161 907
    the.elephant.office@gmail.com

    Divine Earth

    Touting itself as organic vegan fine dining, Divine Earth boasts serving nutrient-packed ingredients grown by environmentally conscious farmers from Indonesia and abroad. The owner is a trained macrobiotic counsellor and nutritionist, clearly reflected when dining at the restaurant. The “vegan heaven on Earth” offers main dishes, cooked and raw, like beetroot carpaccio, portobello steak (raw), and pumpkin ravioli with raw vegan cheese. And don’t miss out on their mouthwatering dessert selection.

    Divine Earth

    Jl. Raya Basangkasa 1200A, Seminyak
    Everyday 7am-11pm
    +62 (0) 361 – 731964
    info@divineearthbali.com

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