12 Reviews

First Review by Mike Munsie

delicious & good deal - Edit

Great food. Vast selection to choose from and the staff is very friendly. Oh and it's a good deal!

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two stars because it’s Vegan. - Edit

I ordered a spicy basil dish with noodles because the server said I️t would be like Pad Kee Mao. I️t was so bad I didn’t even eat I️t. I also ordered a Thai iced tea which was basically unsweetened. This was the most disappointing restaurant I’ve eaten at in Chaing Mai and maybe the worst drunken noodles I’ve ever had
in my life. At the very least, don’t order what I ordered. If you do me like that you don’t get a second chance from me.

Pros: Vegan , in the old city

Cons: chef without tastebuds, expensive for Thailand

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My favourite place to eat in Chiang Mai - Edit

There's so much vegan food in Chiang Mai, but I just kept coming back here and loved going through their menu. The food didn't blow my mind every time, but there's a great deal of variety and every experience ranged from "pretty good" to "orgasmic".

I tried the BLT (excellent, loved the bacon), the bacon sandwich (could use a little less salad and more bacon), the brownie with ice cream (this was orgasmic), the chicken burger with fries (excellent), the spicy cauliflower wings (pretty good), the money bags (the herbs here weren't my cup of tea), the satay mushroom skewers (lovely meaty mushrooms, but the peanut sauce tasted off) and the gyoza with sweet chilli sauce (delicious, and I love their sweet chilli sauce).

Pros: Huge variety of delicious food, Good value, Comfortable, clean, well-lit environment

Cons: None

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Amazing vegan food!! - Edit

The food here was soooo good we came here twice! Very clean, the English speaking staff were lovely and very good portion sizes. Make sure you get the waffle!!☺️

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Yummy food - Edit

We tried the vegan full English, hor mok served in a coconut and a papaya salad. The hor mok was soooo tasty and not at all oily. The salad fresh and zingy. The y have a good range of teas served in a pot. Staff friendly. Tourist restaurant prices. Ours came to 500 baht.

Pros: lots of choice

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it's a miss - Edit

I used to think Taste of Heaven was hit or miss, but this locale was a big miss so far. Super weak shakes (where's the fruit??) and rather limp, overcooked vegetables in our equally weak, not very flavorful curries. Sadface, they can do better, I know it! Wishing the best in improvements, as when TOH is hit, it's awesome.

Pros: all vegan

Cons: see review, shucks

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Chiang Mai's Finest All Vegan Restaurant - Edit

looking back after 3 months living in Chiang mai and eating out every day, i found myself eating here more than anywhere else. (specifically at this location, vegan heaven 2.) which says wonders about this little restaurant.

even though the menu is almost identical to vegan heaven 1, there are some subtle differences that make this one stand out:

1) the location is more central, right in the old square where you want to be.
2) the have TEMPEH. (vegan heaven 1 only had tofu) and they can put it in anything!
3) while the staff are very friendly and provided flawless service at both restaurants, the manager here (and the younger staff too actually) was unusually friendly and always down for a little chat, which makes the dining experience much more enjoyable, especially upon repeat visits.
4) maybe because of the location, or that its just a newer restaurant, but the place never filled up, even though there were only about half the seats of vegan heaven 1

anyway, the actual FOOD is whats best about this place. Their menu ranges from western favourites (burgers, hot dogs, big English breakfasts) to the staples to salads and wraps, they have great milkshakes, hot chocolates and deserts too. and of course, every single thing they sell is 100% vegan.

i didnt order anything here i didn't like (i ate here more times than i could count) but my mate had a burger once and didn't like it... but that was it.

my recommendations: start with the salad and hummus wrap with added tempeh in the middle, with the tamarind sauce. followed by some Thai green vegetables (forget the name) with added tempeh and some black rice. to drink, a strawberry and banana milkshake, with coconut milk. and if you like cakes, definitely indulge in the "chocolate brownie" for dessert, you won't be disappointed.
if you come for breakfast, the big English breakfast with beans is exceptional!

Pros: SO MANY OPTIONS - huge menu, great location and opening hours ('til ~1030), very friendly staff

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Definitely worth visiting - Edit

Fully vegan restaurant (it is a chain in Chiang Mai). Excellent food, lots of choice. Not as oily and fatty as some places. Staff are lovely.
Particularly enjoyed the cashew nut dish paired with noodles, and the fresh spring rolls were really fresh and delicious.

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Great vegan thai food - Edit

I visited this place more than once on my trip to Chiang Mai, although there are plenty of other options to visit. wonderful pad thai, and other thai food options, all served with fruit juices or Chang beer. it looks like more western food options also available but I didn't get round to these. if you are in the area why not try? Try also the fruit drinks next door

Pros: excellent value for money

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great curries and creative dishes - Edit

I ordered the Spicy Thai dish, it was delicious, great flavors! The spicy cauliflower wings were also very good. This restaurants has a large menu ranging from creative western breakfast and lunch foods and original Thai recipes. I highly recommend!

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Another Great Branch - Edit

A second branch of Vegan Heaven whose other branch is on Loi Kroh road and original branch is Taste From Heaven not far from here. This branch is just as good as the other one with the menu being exactly the same. It's also pretty much the same as Taste From Heaven except that one is just vegetarian not vegan but here they have veganised everything, literally everything including things like vegan cheese and vegan mayo. The menu is very large and contains all the standard dishes you might expect from any restaurant except it's all vegan. Thai and Western food all at very affordable prices. This branch was formally Karma Kitchen which recently closed.

Pros: All vegan, Quite cheap, Generous portions

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newly opened vegan cafe - Edit

Vegan Heaven 2 is the sister shop to Vegan Heaven ... Vegan Heaven is located in the same shop and some of the same staff as the now closed Karma Kitchen ... the two Vegan Heaven cafes use the same vegan menu ... for dinner this evening I had a delicious massaman curry with rice (฿120) ... friendly staff

Pros: vegan cafe with moderate pricing

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