Goodsouls Kitchen

  • Vegan Vegan
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52/2 Singharat Rd, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Upmarket vegan restaurant serving both Thai and Western food, such as different kinds of pasta, veggie burgers with potato wedges, fresh rolls. For dessert there are chocolate cakes, coffee drinks, and chocolates. Opened Dec 2017 by Reform Kafe. Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-9:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, International, Thai, Western

23 Reviews

First Review by LilacHippy

very nice vegan cafe - Edit

another decant afternoon tea, this time at Goodsouls ... I had a soy latte and a slice delicious carrot cake (I was still chocolated out from yesterday) ... the cafe is clean and cool with friendly attentive staff ... my Thai omni friend was hungry and had a mushroom burger that she said was delicious ... there is an extensive drinks menu and main menu with lots of variety with the dishes ... moderate pricing given the quality, presentation of the food ... free and fast wifi

Pros: its vegan !!!

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Ok burger - Edit

I’m basing my review on a single meal which was the Mushroom Burger.

Fries and veganaise were really good.
However the mushroom steak was average, as it was moist and falling apart.

Moreover, the service was extremely slow. I believed I had to wait 30min.

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Nice vegan eatery - Edit

It's a nice vegan eatery with a pleasant atmosphere. I heard the mushroom burger was good so I ordered the mushroom steak with french fries with their veganaise. The veganaise was nice and the french fries were nice and thin and crisp. The mushroom steak was really good as well the gravy that went with it.

We also shared the falafel platter but that was not very exciting.

Had a lovely banana and chocolate smoothie and was able to get them to change the almond milk to coconut milk, as I'm a bit allergic and don't like almond milk.

Updated from previous review on 2018-02-07

Pros: divine mushroom steak, comfortable chilled seating, good smoothie

Cons: falafel platter a little average

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deliciousness - Edit

Okay soooo i really enjoyed eating here with a friend. Super chill atmosphere, seating inside or patio.

I have the khao soi and wow the broth/ soup was so tasty and creamy . Highly recommend . It was 10/10 oh also the portion was huge , i only ate 75% but was super stuffed so my friend gladly finished it off . I believe it was 120 bath

My friend had the beet burger and loved it i had a bite and wasn’t too crazy about it only because I’m not a huge burger fan to begin with . One thing he noticed tho is that they used “real bread” which i guess is hard to come by... maybe in Chiangmai or just Thailand in general idk. His was also around the same price i think.

So it was more costly that other options but it’s still only like $5 for a decent portion and super delicious food .

I may come back for more 😋

Pros: taste

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Yummy! - Edit

Very good food for a really fair price!
We went there 2 times already and are planning to go back soon.
We had salad (which is very big, filling and filled with delicious things), burgers and juices, all of which were delicious.
The seasoning is always really good!

Pros: Delicious, Kind staff

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awesome food - Edit

All vegan and delicious 😍 they have a good selection of food and drinks, very clean and comfortable and the staff were friendly enough. The Khao soi and som tum are fantastic.
They also have good burgers and comfort foods (hello fries and vegan aoli!)
Very generous portions.

Pros: great food, good portions , full tummy :)

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Holy Grail Mushroom Burger - Edit

It’s a nice change from the usual earthy, casual feel most vegan spots in Chiang Mai go for! This place is comparable to restaurants back in states and the food is fairly priced to boot(100-180Baht)!!

MUST TRY THEIR MUSHROOM BURGER—made with mushroom stems that give the patty a hearty texture. And the flavor... absolutely delicious.

I’ve also tried their Thai spaghetti which was pretty good (pasta was al dente :) ) and their chocolate banana shake which was rich and silky. The mushroom zucchini sandwich was also an item I’d order again, I got one half with hummus and the other with pesto, still not sure which I liked more.

No complaints, can’t wait to come back!

Pros: mushroom burger, good portions, fairly priced, lot

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Sooo good burger!! - Edit

We tried all the burgers and they were all amazing, great mayo and super nice fries! Good atmosphere with a cozy outdoor seating area. The mango lassi is also a must-try!

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Delicious! - Edit

This place is amazing! We order the mushrooms burguer and the eggplant and quinoa burguer and both were delicious and huge. The price is perfect for the food that they offer . It's just a little bit more expensive than the others places around . I totally recommend it. Everything is vegan. We also try the mango passion fruit cheese cake and we love it. The staff is the best and they all speak English

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Amazing!! - Edit

This place is amazing. Perhaps the best vegan food I’ve ever eaten. We arrived 10 minutes before closing thinking we’d get turned away but the staff were really welcoming and lovely. Ordered the Khao Soi and spring rolls which were insanely delicious and filling. Nice to eat one of the local dishes cruelty free. If you’re in Chiang Mai definitely come here.

Pros: The Khao Soi , The staff, The mango lassi

Cons: None... it was all good

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The Mushroom Burger! - Edit

I visited this restaurant on my second to last night in Chiang Mai. Having enjoyed the fresh fayre from the sister restaurant Reform Kafe, I came here for my junk food fix after reading reviews. I loved the mushroom burger so much I came back again the following day! For anyone who has tried the impossible burger, the taste and texture of the mushroom burger is very similar! Add to that some crispy potato wedges and homemade veganaise (which is more like sour cream), and I was in glutenous heaven! I could see people enjoying other dishes from the menu and all looked fantastic. A must visit in Chiang Mai.

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Mushroom Burgers - Edit

GoodSouls has the best Vegan burgers in town. The mushroom burger is so tasty with a real hamburger bun. I have also enjoyed the penne arabiatta and the Burmese tea salad but it is the burger, the mushroom burger.

Pros: Nice clean bistro atmosphere., Portions are generous.

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Modern vegan restaurant - Edit

You could see that it was newly opened when we came here, it looked really modern and fresh. We didn't really find anything that sounded amazing on the menu so we went with the mushroom steak and the mushroom burger. The mushroom steak/patty was delicious and I highly recommend it. We felt like dessert but all the cakes looked quite dry so we skipped it.

Pros: All vegan, Modern

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Delicious - Edit

Best Khao Soi and Spring rolls in Chiang Mai! Service was good but a bit slow at first, the flavour of the food more than made up wait. Big services, highly recommend Goodsouls Kitchen.

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Good vibes - Edit

Went here just for a snack so we just ordered the country fries and a hibiscus iced tea. We asked for no curry powder on the fries which they were happy to accommodate. The bill came to 160 thb which could be seen as pricey or reasonable considering the location. The portion sizes were good and the homemade veganaise that came with the fries was really good.

The staff were warm and friendly, although a little inattentive considering we were one of the only customers there.

They kindly told us about a vegan buffet happening on New Year's Eve for 450 thb per person from 7pm until midnight, which we thought was cool and could be a good deal depending on how much one can eat.

Would definitely come back for a proper meal at some point and update this review based on the experience.

Pros: Good food, Location and atmosphere, Friendly staff

Cons: Pricey

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Excellent - Edit

I’ve been to 80% of the vegan restaurants in Chiang Mai and Goodsouls and it’s original branch Reform Kafe are definitely my top picks in regards to food taste, portion size, and ambience. Modern, clean and classy with good music and food selection.

If any improvements would be suggested - offer delivery and more options that differentiate it from Reform Kafe. 5/5 stars.

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Best Burgers in Town - great atmosphere - Edit

First time I went to Goodsouls was on the second day after their opening, and I've been coming back over and over again. The food is prepared with a lot of love, they serve generous portions and I can taste the good quality of the ingredients. The service is top and the atmosphere is cozy and warm. Definitely one of my absolute top favorite vegan restaurants in Chiang Mai.

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Delicious! - Edit

Great all vegan restaurant.

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A difficult place in a highly competitive market. - Edit

Often, when a new restaurant opens, you get a few overly-positive reviews (either because the reviewers are friends of the owners or, sincerely enough, due to hype). Goodsouls is a nicely-decorated restaurant (a bit more of a corporate diner feel than most in Chiang Mai) but it's competing in a marketplace with many, many nicely-decorated vegan restaurants. The menu's strength is presumably in the hamburger and french fries department (NOT the Thai noodles or mango-and-sticky-rice) but within a short walk of this establishment there are many competing sources of vegan hamburgers. Is the cake excellent? No, no it is not. Are the prices okay? Yes, they're okay. Goodsouls is just getting started, but they need to make difficult (strategic) decisions to distinguish themselves, and to be excellent at something in particular. Currently, it would be hard to recommend this place, and it's hard for me to convince myself to return (although it's a nice enough vegan restaurant). If they're just another place offering 120 baht mango and sticky rice (and 70+/80+ baht fruit smoothies) then they'll fade into the "just another place" category, to be sure. A nice restaurant surrounded by nice competition. ;-)

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EricCarruthers 18 Dec 2017 - I'd just like to clarify I'm not a friend of the owner or anything else you are trying to assume. I've been in town for 2 weeks now and this place is my opinion is great. Please don't try to discredit others reviews. Enjoy your time in Chiang Mai :)  


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Big Papaya 06 Jan 2018 - And what would that nicely decorated competition be that serves Vegan burgers as tasty as GoodSouls.? The prices are competitive for the quality of the ingredients and the clean stylish atmosphere they have created. BTW, the sticky rice and mango is 95 baht there.
 


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LilacHippy 12 Jan 2018 - I do not know the restaurant's owners' in any other capacity than as a customer. My review is not biased. I am keen to give them publicity because they genuinely deserve it. Much of what you've written is ridiculous. Firstly, they do not sell a 'hamburger' or french fries. They sell burgers which showcase vegetables such as mushrooms or beetroot and are not fake meats like so many of the other places sell. Also they have proper chunky chips not thin french fries. There are loads of places around selling vegan burgers, some of which are pretty good but none that match Goodsouls and certainly none that other three different burger types from the one restaurant!! As for the mango sticky rice, of course it will be more than buying it from some street cart or whatever. This is a classy, sit-down restaurant. The thing that makes this restaurant great is that they offer dishes that CANNOT BE FOUND in other restaurants, I'm not quite sure how you missed that. Pretty sure they won't just 'fade out' as that is not what happened with their other branch, quite the opposite, it was so popular that they had to open another.  


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Mustarda 23 Jan 2018 - It would be much better if you posted examples to support your claims, especially when other locals are not agreeing with your arguments. Nothing is able to please everyone, and your not so happy review is important, just support it more and try to be accurate.  


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Wow, we need more of this - Edit

We've been there twice already since their grand opening last Wednesday. Finally a Vegan restaurant in Chiang Mai that can appeal to everyone (My wife is a non vegetarian foodie and she was very impressed). The menu is varied with a wide selection of Thai and Western dishes and the prices are very reasonable for the quality and portion sizes. The staff are very friendly and attentive and the owners are lovely people. We also love the ambience and classy decor atypical of what you might find in other vegan restaurants. We will definitely be back as often as possible!

Pros: Good selection of dishes and cuisines, Decor and ambiance, Good value for what you get

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Bloated - Edit

I’ve only been in Chiang Mai 2 weeks but this place is by far the best restaurant I’ve been to. Good service, good atmosphere and great food. I got the mushroom burger which was juicy and delicious. I finished with the chocolate cake that was very indulgent but not overly sweet which suits me perfectly. And at a fair price

Pros: Great food , Great atmosphere , Good service

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Excellent vegan restaurant - Edit

This is one of the best restaurants in Chiang Mai I have been to so far and it’s fully vegan. I ordered a mushroom fettuccine which was delicious and the dark chocolate cake. Would highly recommend.

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THE BEST! - Edit

This new 100% vegan restaurant is hands down the best vegan restaurant in Chiang Mai. It is the new sister branch of the nearby Reform Kafe. This branch has all the same items but with even more additional choices!! There are more western options and dessert options. All the dishes are just as amazing as the ones at the other branch. Restaurant is new, modern, clean and stylish. The owners are wonderful people who just love to make vegans (and non-vegans) happy by serving the best vegan dishes. You should drop everything that you're doing right now and go eat here.

Pros: The best quality, delicious dishes., Generous portion sizes., Great venue.

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