• Kanecha's Home - Restaurant

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  • White Vegetarian

A guesthouse that also doubles as a vegetarian restaurant. Boarders are served a vegetarian or vegan breakfast. Dinner can be arranged; 2 hours notice is required for meals after 5pm. Open Mon-Sun 8:00am-5:00pm.

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4 Reviews

First Review by Peiyan


Points +288

15 Jul 2023

Passionate talented vegan cooking

If you've been looking for truly authentic vegan Thai food that includes traditional pungent ingredients like garlic and onions (which are excluded from jay food), this is the place for you. The wonderful owner is really passionate about sharing the flavours of the food that she makes for her family. Food is cooked fresh, there is a small menu but it's always worth asking what she has available, because she often has something special to offer. Flavours are perfectly balanced and the food is prepared with love.
If you are a guest at the attached guesthouse, you can eat your food in a lovely spot by the river.

Pros: Perfectly balanced flavours , Good variety on offer , Chilled atmosphere

Cons: Easy to eat too much!


15 Jul 2023

Note: the owner identifies the restaurant as mangsawirat (vegetarian) because it is not a jay restaurant, but dishes are vegan. (The Jay diet is vegan and excludes certain plants like garlic and onion, which are used in this restaurant.)



Points +34

Mostly Veg
02 Feb 2023

Delicious vegetarian food

Kind and welcoming owner, quick and fresh food

Pros: Very reasonable price


Points +252

22 Dec 2022

Lo mejor de Lampang

Food is amazing with tofu and soya meat and very cheap

Pros: Opciones veganas, Delicioso y barato, Lo mejor de Lampang

Cons: A veces cerrado de día


Points +167

29 Dec 2017

Fantastic breakfast and dinner

We stayed in this traditional, family-run Thai house guesthouse 2 weeks ago and were very pleasantly surprised to discover that it's a vegetarian guesthouse with also a Thai vegan restaurant onsite, as we are a family of 5 of whom 3 of us are vegetarian/vegan.

The breakfast included with the rooms is by default lacto-ovo egg omelette with vegetable bits and toast with butter and jam. When we requested for vegan option for our family breakfast, we were given the best khao tom (a Thai porridge consisting of boiled rice in veg broth) we ever had, with generous bits of fresh mushrooms, vegetables and vegan moo-yor (Northern Thai white 'pork' sausages) within. And a plate of juicy watermelon. And additionally, a plate of fried glass noodles on our 1st morning and a plate of fried potatoes on our second morning!

For our dinner, we asked for a one-bowl dish of sukiyaki soup. Taste was great too!

Pros: A few popular among Thais dishes, Dishes served without 5 pungent plants, Location, staff

Cons: Mother/owner/chef may be out at times during lunch

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