Raw food restaurant at Fivelements wellness center. Features an eco-luxurious setting flanked between the Ayung River and lush tropical ponds and gardens. All food is vegan except honey, which is present in many dishes and most desserts, reported Apr 2015. Call in advance if dining at dinner time. Price: Expensive more-less
Vegan-friendly, Organic, Raw, Western, Indonesian
Banjar Baturning Mambal Bali, Ubud
Bali, Indonesia 80352
Now Open

Mon-Sun 7:00am-10:00pm

  • Outdoor seating
  • Reservations required
  • Accepts credit cards


First Review by SagarKShah
  • vegetarian

Best vegan restaurant in the world!

Posted on 08 / 28 / 2015

This restaurant serves top restaurant quality food in a very beautiful setting. Very flavourful dishes, and most of them are raw. We were pleasantly surprised with every dish. For Indonesian standards the prices are a bit high, but it's worth every penny!! The menu includes lots of fresh juices and shakes, tasty salads, apertizers , soups, delicious mains and great deserts . Prices for mains range between 115k and 165k. The staff asks you about allergies and are very helpful.

Pros: High quality fresh food , Nice atmosphere , Friendly staff
Cons: Price (but worth it!)
  • vegan

Fantastic restaurant in a wonderful resort

Posted on 04 / 30 / 2015

My wife and I stayed at 5 elements resort/hotel for three nights during our honeymoon in April 2015, and ate at the Sakti dining room for each meal.

The food was absolutely fantastic. I'm normally quite skeptical of raw cuisine, as I really enjoy cooked vegan food. However, the all the food, including the raw food at the sakti dining room was fantastic. The raw food worked particularly well for lunch due to the warm temperature outside.

Some particular highlights:
- The tofu here is made from cashew and coconut. It tastes incredibly rich and creamy.
- Lots of cashew cheese dishes (e.g. bruschetta). All wonderful.
- Salads come with delicious coconut based dressings with indonesian spices
- Delicious cooked dinners including nassi lemak (fried rice with tempeh), laksa (coconut noodle curry), thai green curries.
- Delicious cooked soups including south indian daal and thai coconut mushroom.

Breakfasts were fantastic also, featuring a smoothie/juice, a fruit bowl with delicious coconut yoghurt, and then a main dish (e.g porridge, muesli, hashbrowns with mushrooms, pancakes or nassi lemak).

The only downside to this restaurant, and it is a big one, is that it is not vegan. Many of the dishes, and all of the desserts except one, include honey. If you follow a vegan diet, it is necessary to ask for honey to be removed or for them to make a special dessert for you.

The staff were incredibly courteous and friendly and were very accomodating of my request to have meals without honey. Despite it incorrectly calling itself a vegan restaurant, I'm happy to give this place 5 cows.

Pros: Delicious range of meals, Friendly staff, Beautiful setting
Cons: Many desserts contain honey


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Last updated: 2015/05/04


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