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    ( 7 reviews )

Sudjai Alley, Chang Phueak, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 50000

Serves meat, vegan options available. Busy restaurant near Wat Ched Yod serving many vegetarian dishes, and menu states that almost anything can be made vegan. Open Mon-Sun 9:00am-8:00pm. Actual closing time 8:15pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, American, Western, Non-veg

7 Reviews

First Review by LilacHippy

Amazing Breakfasts - Edit

Wonderful restaurant that although is not completely veggie they have a vegan version of almost everything, even eggs. Slightly pricey but worth it. Different menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Morning oats are amazing.

Edit March 2018: They have changed their menus and have heaps and heaps more vegan options including sandwiches, vegan cheese dishes and two different vegan burgers. Lots more cakes too. They also sell vegan chocolate (although it's expensive.)

Updated from previous review on 2016-03-21

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Western vegan food. Yummy! - Edit

We had to check out at 11am from our Airbnb so decided to come here for lunch and chill. Have read about this in the blogs and since it was a 13-minute walk away, we headed there. Turned out to be a great choice!

We had the following:
1. The Orchard (Salad) 159 THB
Fresh fruit with avocado, chickpeas, nuts, carrot and cabbage on greens served with strawberry vinaigrette. Requested for a vegan version.

2.The Avocado (Hot Sandwich) 129 THB
Avocado with "vegan scrambled eggs" (it's actually a slice of seasoned tofu so it's not exactly scrambled), tomato, romaine on on vegan ciabatta. I

3. The Mushroom & Kale (Hot sandwich) 159 THB
Pan-fried shiitake mushrooms, Thai-kale and capsicum topped with dried tomato. Served with house roasted chilli mayo on vegan ciabatta. Requested for a vegan version with no parmesan.

This restaurant serves meat but has vegan options clearly marked. It also states that most items on the menu can be veganised. The focus is on local, homemade and they're also part of the ugly food movement.

We enjoyed all the dishes we had. Super yummy! I loved how huge the salad was and the sandwiches were really full of flavour. Definitely recommended.

Pros: Everything can be made vegan

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amazing vegan options - Edit

Lovely café, great atmosphere. Plenty of vegan options for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Also, plenty of non-vegan dishes could be made vegan with easy swaps. The staff was very happy to offer that. They have vegan cheese, tofu, vegan bread, etc. Great place.

Pros: lots of vegan options, easy to swap

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Overpriced, Ungrateful Staff, very slow service... - Edit

Our experience of August 2017 was bad. Our drink order was messed up, and our bagels took about 40 minutes to arrive. When we mentioned that to the guy who took our money, he had a "I don't give a rat's ass" condescending attitude, and didn't even apologize. So we ordered 2 bagels and the waitress acted like she's never heard the word vegan before - when it's all over the menu - very poor training. Then we asked if the Tea comes in a teapot (very common in Thailand and asia) or in a cup. We gestured 3 times the pouring movement and the shape of "teapot", to make sure she understood, and she confirmed that tea comes in a teapot, so we ordered 1 chai to share. So 10 minutes later we get ONE cup of chai. We explained that we were told it was a teapot (otherwise it should be half the cost), so they took away the cup, split it in 2 smaller cups and brought us the lukewarm tea that also tasted like shit because they put too much coconut milk. Then we waited for over 30 minutes for our bagels to arrive, and by the time they arrived our tea was cold!!! This is ridiculous. And considering that they charge 2x as much as they should, the pathetic service and quality they provide is just outrageous. It's too bad owners of that place don't give a damn about providing a decent service. Skip it and go elsewhere. Everywhere in Chiang Mai was better than that. * Also, they have some sick art upstairs of people looking high on drugs with their heads wrapped in plastic bags, suffocating, - may not be safe for children, etc, so watch out.

Cons: Overpriced, Very slow service, rude staff

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Vegan options - Edit

Very nice place and friendly and good English speaking staff. They have a huge menu and most of the dishes can be veganised . We tried their smoothies and salads and portions are quite big
We tried their hummus but was too spicy and not really an hummus , just a spicy cream that doesnt worth to eat. A little bit expensive for Chiang Mai but the quality of the food is great

Pros: Good quality

Cons: Pricey, Spicey

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Amazing breakfast - Edit

Extensive menu, not entirely vegan but almost everything could be made vegan. Slightly pricey compared to other cafes but the food is amazing. Homemade kombucha and really good coffee. Also, they have kittens always playfully running around the garden!

Pros: good food, great coffee, gorgeous garden setting

Cons: pricey, food takes a while

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tasty and pricey - Edit

Only thing keeping me from going back is the price. Breakfast bagel and smoothie ran me just under 250 baht.

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