Chiangmai vegan restaurant. Owner speaks some English. Inexpensive.
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Chiangmai vegan restaurant. Owner speaks some English. Inexpensive.
Natural and vegan bakery in Chiang Mai since 2013. Also makes hummus, peanut butter, salsa, and salads for pick-up or delivery. Closed Sunday. Not sure if has seating for dine-in... please check and let happycow know! Moderate.
Reported re-opened July 2014 after closure for some months. One of the largest vegetarian restaurant in Chiang Mai. Set up is cafeteria-style, you help yourself to the vast buffet that may include brown rice, Thai curries, soup, fruit and grain juices, salads with fresh herbs, and more. Organic fruits and veggies also sold as are religious items, herbs, and other products. This is part of an institution in Thailand with organic farms in the countryside (where one can volunteer and stay). Note: It is located near the airport between the corner of the moat and the Toyota dealer. Inexpensive.
Opened in summer 2012, a buffet style place. Two vegetable dishes on rice costs around 30 baht. Has spring rolls, Chinese steam buns, veggie meats. Located straight accross the street from Chiang Mai University faculty of Pharmacy. Cash only. Inexpensive.
Located a 5-minute walk from Tha Phae Gate. Offers a fully vegan buffet at night time only. Menu doesn't change and there are no salads or soup to choose from. Most dishes are not spicy to medium spicy. Reported all vegan Dec 2014. Moderate.
Offers freshly cooked vegan meals. Moderate.
Vegan restaurant specializing in street food and also offers hot pot to cook yourself. Many noodle dishes and mock meat with rice and a variety of Thai salads. There's also a fresh fruit stall in the front part of the store. Street is located right behind Chiang Mai University. Inexpensive.
Near Chiang Mai Rajabhat University. Food is cooked using local recipes. Cash only. Moderate.
Small vegan restaurant, buffet style. Offers selection of mock meat dishes, curry vegetables, rice, noodles. Also sells some grocery items, religious literature, and CDs. Owner speaks English and is involved with non-profit projects to teach vegetarian cooking in remote villages. In 2014 relocated from 251/18 soi Anu Bahn Quan Dalun, San Sai; prior to that was in Mae Jo. Cash only. Inexpensive.
Buffet restaurant where most dishes consist of curries, vegetable stir frys, noodle, soup, rice, and others. Large indoor seating area. Owner speaks English. It is on the small street that runs off of Suthep Road next to the Suan Dok Temple complex; not inside the compound. English sign out front. NOTE: Apr 2014 reported maybe closed/shut, please verify and let happycow know! Inexpensive.
Small shop that is clean. Food is served buffet style. Inexpensive.
Food cart alongside with other carts just inside Chiang Mai Gate at front of the Chiang Mai Gate Market. No name on the cart so look for the yellow and red Thai signs in the front (means vegetarian). Cash only. Inexpensive.
Please send HappyCow some details! Inexpensive.
Lunch room, coffee place, and retail space in an old Thai wooden house. Offers a daily macrobiotic lunch which includes organic brown rice, veggie plate, detox soup, papaya leaf tea. Most of the food is vegan, but desserts contain dairy. Has gluten free including muffin and pasta. Has outdoor seating. Cash only. Moderate.
Restaurant, store, and bakery. Restaurant is located on the 2nd floor. Offers a changing menu written on the blackboard and has raw salads prepared with pesticide free produce. Also sells some health foods. Colorful artwork adorn the walls. Has outdoor seating. Cash only. Moderate.
Vegetarian restaurant next to Black Canyon, inside Thaphae gate. Serves food and tea. Relaxed interior with cozy upstairs dining. Current owner since Jan 2010. Closes 1st and 2nd of each month. Moderate.
Opened Mar 2014, a spacious and quiet restaurant with fan and free wi-fi. No air conditioning. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. Moderate.
This vegetarian restaurant is behind Wawee Coffee Shop Kad Klangwiang. Offers many vegan menu items. A sampling of the food: avocado sandwiches with pineapple and tomatoes, grilled vegetable sandwiches with pesto sauce, mussamun curry with pineapple, potatoes and carrots, stir fry cashew nuts with pineapple and bell pepper, boiled beetroot with pesto sauce, olive oil and vinegar, hot cappuccino with coconut milk. Closed Mon-Tue third week of month. Moderate.
Offers a selection of fruit shakes and smoothies, Thai salads and appetizers. Quiet little place, a 30 meter walk off of the main road, down a narrow alley, not far from Tha pae Gate. Next door is a community space for massage and yoga. Free Wi-Fi. Has outdoor seating. Moderate.
Small eatery within walking distance of the train station. Offers the standard fare with more Northern Thai food, point to what you'd like. Owner speaks little English. Direction: from the station follow the road with the tracks on your left, take the first road right and follow it to the end, turn right and the eatery will be on your left. If coming from the other direction, past Kawilla barracks. Open hours vary - call ahead. Cash only. Inexpensive.
Please send HappyCow some details!! Inexpensive.
On full, half, and new moon open 3am-6pm. Inexpensive.
Self-serve buffet. Pay for food by weight. Open daily during Chinese vegetarian festival in October. Inexpensive.
Directions: Take Hwy 106 towards Lamphun, about 10km from Narawat Bridge, turn right before Amphoe Saraphi office, another 600 metres, just opposite gas station. Please help HappyCow by sending a map of this location. Inexpensive.
Small, hole-in-the-wall eatery offering around 6 different Thai food dishes. Cash only. Inexpensive.
Free vegetarian food every Tuesday evening around 8-8:30pm. Inexpensive.
Moderate size shop. Buffet style featuring a variety of meals. Cash only. Inexpensive.
Small NGO cafe offering garden seating, indoor seating, free wi-fi, art magazines, coffees, smoothies and fruit shakes, vegetarian grilled sandwiches, hummus, salads, and Thai food. All proceeds from the cafe go to support Thai Freedom House, a language and arts community center for hill tribe and refugee families in northern Thailand. Previously located at 28 Santiluk Rd and also Moon Muang Soi prior to that. Moderate.
Offers a variety of food selection including Thai as well burger and fries. Serene setting surrounded by greenery. 10 minute walk from from Shangrila Hotel down Chang Khlan Rd, opposite a KFC. Has air-conditioning. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. Moderate.
Vegetarian eatery by the Mae Ping river, on its west bank, over-viewing Wat Chedi Liem pagoda. Follow Chang Klan road (the night bazaar road) south until you underpass Mahidol road bridge, continue for 600 meters, and the restaurant will be on your left. Look for the yellow and red veg food sign. Many of the vegetables and fruits used are organically grown in its riverfront yard; the remaining produce is from its small farm in Lampang. Some pre-made dishes are displayed at the front of the restaurant, and you could also order from the menu. Limited English spoken. Has outdoor seating. Cash only. Inexpensive.
Serving vegetarian food using mostly organic produce from local producers. Thai food, salads, pasta, smoothies, fruit drinks, and coffee. Located down the street from YMCA on Santitham Road between the YMCA and the round-about. Kitchen closed at 8pm. Previously named Pun Pun. Moderate.
J Kitchen by Vieng Joom On is a vegetarian food restaurant and tea house, opened Sept 2013. Offers Thai cuisine, tea and cake. Nice decor, has free wifi. Accepts credit cards. Expensive.
Reported to HappyCow to possibly be all vegan. If you find out it is 100% vegan, please let us know - thanks. Serves Thai street type food. Located opposite Chiang Mai University Faculty of Pharmacy. Cash only. Inexpensive.
Menu is in Thai and English. Inexpensive.
Popular with locals and students. Menu is in Thai but owner understands a little English. Offers several different dishes each day where you could choose one dish with brown rice for around 30bht, or with two dishes 35bht. Or order made-to-order Thai food. Also sells vegan Thai bakery goods. Located opposite Chiang Mai University north entrance near the 4th soi, look for big yellow sign on the right side just before the university. Cash only. Inexpensive.
Colorful cafe behind the eastern corner of Moon Mueang Rd. Serves Thai food, western breakfast, a house-made veggie burger, soups, salads, hot drinks, a variety of vegetable juices and fruit smoothies. Uses fresh organic produce from its own farm. Current owners since Nov 2012. Has outdoor seating. Cash only. Moderate.
Opened Sept 2013, this restaurant cooks only vegetarian food but will bring in meat dishes from neighboring restaurant if a customer requests it - that's why you see a "meat option" sign. Offers veggie Thai food and western cuisine like veggie burgers, spaghetti, sandwiches, and salads. Owner speaks English. Has wi-fi and PC (copy/print/scan). Has outdoor seating. Cash only. Moderate.
Located in Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center; moved from 4 Soi 17, Nimmanhemin Rd. Offers a buffet breakfast til 11am, then buffet lunch til 2pm. Drinks are included, with coffee, black organic tea, lemonade. Dinner menu in the evening. Large space. Please send exact map coordinates to happycow! Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
Garden setting and ambiance. With 3 vegetarian buffet with soups, main dishes, salad bar, dessert, and drinks for around 139 Baht for morning and evening buffet and 169 Baht for a normal one. Dishes change daily. A la carte menu at night. Closed on 16th of each month. Free wifi. Previously located on Nimmanhemin Soi. Please confirm map location and let HappyCow know! Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
Vegetarian Thai food restaurant, opened Dec 2013, in the same block as Che Om Bun, on the other side of the block (taken from next alley south). Food is made on the premises. Choose from around 60 different dishes, including appetizers, first and seconds, main courses, and desserts. 20-30 seats. Free wi-fi. Located in the same alley as Empress Hotel. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
This is the Canteen of the faculty. Inexpensive.
Vegetarian Thai cuisine service. Offers also a few western style food options. Other locations in Bangkok. Open by pre-arranged reservation only. Cooking school has regular hours. Reservations required. Cash only. Moderate.
Standard Thai lunch buffet style. Food is all vegan except for pre-packaged baked goods a few of which might contain egg but not labeled (ask). Sometimes packaged salad for purchase. Select various pre-made vegetable dishes, noodle soup, glass case with spring rolls. A la carte menu also available. Inexpensive.
Relocated from 46/32 Ratchawithin Road summer 2014. Vegetarian restaurant making mostly Thai food dishes at around 50+ baht each. Offers cooking classes. Open daily but sometimes varies depending on owner. Has outdoor seating. Cash only. Inexpensive.
Menu is displayed on the wall in Thai. Includes all-vegan noodle soup, papaya salad, spring rolls, mushroom satay, in-house-made tofu and veggie meats, wonton, iced drinks. Everything is vegan with the exception of canned Carnation milk for ice drinks available on request. Owner speaks a bit of English. Located in between two other Bud. vegetarian restaurants, a couple of minutes walk west from Suan Dok and across the street from Chiang Mai University Faculty of Pharmacy (purple color) building. Previously named Na Somtam. Cash only. Inexpensive.