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CLOSED: Bali Vegan Warung

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 8 reviews )



Jalan Raya, Main Street, Ubud (at near the Bank BCA), Bali, Indonesia,

Opened Jan 2012. The owner speaks English and Japanese. Food is simple home-style slow food in a cafe atmosphere. Also makes vegan baked goods. Reported closed/shut down to HappyCow.

Category: Vegan, Bakery, Indonesian

Reviews (8)

First Review by claireabella

A Gem! - Edit

From the outside it looks like an ordinary cafe, but inside it is gorgeous- I wished I had come in for a meal with the rest of my group instead of just grabbing a takeaway. The place is really comfy and beautifully decorated with red and gold and has a great, warm atmosphere. The staff are really friendly. The food delicious, I had the satay sticks and a spicy salad. Huge portions, really cheap. A must if you are around Ubud!!

Pros: Great food , Excellent value, Nice place

Cons: Nearly missed it!

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Great crepes - Edit

Food here is very similar to Chinese restaurants that are vegetarian--soggy greens in opaque sauces. They also do potato wedges that we didn't try but looked like a safe bet. What was very good were the crepes.

Pros: crepes

Cons: mediocre food

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Good and cheap vegan warung in Ubud - Edit

Bali vegan Warung is a good choice for a cheap meal in Ubud when you want to eat some local food with no MSG and 100% vegan.I really love their satay and the gado gado. But I was a bit disappointed with the fake fish and the curry (but my friend love it)...

Pros: Satay, good value

Cons: location

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Cheap and Simple - Edit

Bali Vegan Warung isn't the most atmospheric place to eat, but a great option if you're looking for good value, simple food.

The menu here is small, but everything we had was pretty good. For such a small menu, there is surprising variety on offer: soups, salads, various noodle & rice dishes, mock meat, tofu, and even Western-style spaghetti dishes. The vegan sate (mock meat skewers) was a lovely flavour, as was the teriyaki tofu. Whilst the banana chocolate pancake wasn't the best I've had, it was a pleasant novelty to see one on a vegan menu (and for 15,000 IRP, difficult to turn down!).

Perhaps not my favourite veg place in Ubud, but it's simple, unpretentious and no frills, which really appeals to me. Definitely worth a visit.

It can be found toward the eastern end of Jalan Raya Ubud, and is difficult to miss thanks to the large green sign on the pavement.

Pros: Cheap, Friendly

Cons: Small menu

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100% vegan & good value - Edit

This new cafe is a welcome addition to the vegan offerings in Ubud. It's a simple place with an Indonesian menu and very well priced.

There are curries, soups, salads pastas and stir fries. I had the vegan rice combo which arrived with stirfried vegies with tofu, mushrooms with greens, mock prawn crackers and a sate stick. All for around $2! The mock meat on the sate stick was moist and tasty. (There is also a mock fish dish on the menu) The mushrooms were tasty but the rest of the dish was on the bland side. I added their sambal for a bit of a kick. It looks innocent but defiantly packs a punch. The mixed juice was great too.

There are 3 pancakes available for dessert, if you have the room. (Banana, mixed fruit or chocolate). While you are waiting for your meal there is plenty of reading material on veganism and climate change courtesy of literature by the humanitarian & spiritual teacher Ching Hai.

I would have liked to have had more time to explore the rest of the menu but I couldn't find it on my first day in Ubud from the markings on the map. It's located further east than indicated on the Happy Cow map. Continue walking east from the market on Jl Raya Ubud. It's near the corner of Jl Jembawan, around 100m east from the Neka Gallery. (It's next door to Body and Soul, which is highly recommend for a great massage by an expat who has lived in Ubud for 12 years.)

I'd recommend going with a few friends and order a variety of dishes in order to sample as much of the menu as possible. The bill will still be tiny. Enjoy :)

Pros: Vegan & fresh, Welcoming staff, Good value

Cons: Some dishes a little bland

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