Zula - Sanur

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 15 reviews )

Jl. Danau Tamblingan 150, Sanur, Bali, Indonesia

Restaurant and health food store. Offers healthy cuisine where food is all-vegan (except honey). Has brown rice, fusion dishes, sandwiches and burgers, smoothies and vegan desserts. Part of the Down to Earth restaurant group (Zula Legian, Down to Earth, Earth Cafe), this one est. 2014. Open Mon-Sun 7:00am-10:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, International, Organic, Mediterranean, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Asian, Fusion, Honey, Indonesian

15 Reviews

First Review by Bob Sultan

food os just not tasty - Edit

I have been there so many times. I used to love there cake and some juices. But today it was officialy my last try. The food combination just doesnt work. Most of the dishes are just not tasty at all. And all bloody expensive.! The funny thing is that you can find same dish on earth cafe in seminyak and it is very tasty. Also once i ordered my favaorite cake and it was spoiled. All staff was trying to convice me that it is good and it is acid because of the lemon... believe me i know how lemon taste. Other cakes that day were covered with mold. Today i had the worst breakfat i ever had so that was is..;( very disappointed

Pros: shop is fine

Cons: not tasty food, expensive

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Many options to choose from! - Edit

I came here twice during my stay in Sanur. It's one of the few vegetarian restaurants (with vegan options) in town so I wanted to support their business. I found that the food was really good and the variety big. You can eat inside and also outside at the terrace upstairs. They also have a store where they sell healthy food and beauty products. It is more expensive than average but I think it's worth it if you are a vegan in Sanur and want to have something different than the usual rice/noodles with vegetables and gado gado without the egg ;-)

Pros: Many options, Good quality

Cons: It can be expensive

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Average - Edit

There are some innovative dishes on the menu at Zula but once again it's obvious the chef doesn't eat the food. The flavours are bland and the ingredients combinations to just don't work.
It's the same old Asian business model, play some meditation music and throw up a couple of Buddha statues and wait for the foreigners to turn up and overpay for everything.

Pros: vegan food, Good deli

Cons: Nothing to excite, Expensive

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Tan rico, tan variado , tan inspirador! - Edit

Ya tenía yo ganas de venir aquí, después de mis ultimas vacaciones en Seminiak donde iba cada día minuto 2 veces a alimentarme con placer y a veces hasta 3 veces. Pues aquí igual, delicioso y el servicio muy agradable y atento.
Música de yoga, relajado, chill, me apetece comer uno de esos postres y es que no me cabe nada más después del Mediterranean Platter.

Pros: menu, ambiente, fresco

Cons: precio

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Not very exciting, but worth a shot - Edit

I had great expectations of this place, but was let down with every meal.

Sure, the food is healthy, but the flavours are muted and portion sizes are really quite modest. The prices are at the steeper end of veg food in Bali, though understandable given the somewhat upmarket location.

Pros: Many vegan options, Healthy

Cons: Expensive, Low on flavour

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Little sanctuary in the Bali heat - Edit

I went to Zula three times during my stay in Sanur, each time having a different experience!

The first time I went I ordered the tempeh in a coconut lemongrass sauce with brown rice and sautéed greens, which was delicious! As well as an acai bliss juice (which wasn't as great). I also bought some Balinese vegan chocolate, all of which are delicious. Zula is very expensive compared to other restaurants in Bali but as they use only organic ingredients, it is still very worthwhile eating here!

The second time we went for sweet treats! I ordered a mango lassi, which tasted mostly of almond milk and hardly of mango which was disappointing, and ordered the omega 3 ball, which was a nut and seed ball dipped in chocolate, and a raw roulade, both of which were average. The savoury food is definitely a lot more tasty.

The last time I ate at Zula I ordered the beetroot veggie burger which came on a home-baked burger bun, with a side of sweet potato chips and some grated salad. The burger and chips were delicious! I also had the Konscious Kombucha grape flavour, which was VERY acidic!!

Overall, I love the savoury dishes, but the sweet treats I tried didn't convince me.

Pros: Delicious savoury dishes, 100% vegetarian and organic, Friendly service

Cons: Sweet dishes aren't as tasty

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Mon paradis - Edit

Le meilleur Resto à Sanur, ce n'est pas local, mais c'est Vegan avec option sans gluten et cru. C'est super délicieux. Je suis déçue de l'avoir trouver 2 jour avant mon départ de Sanur. J'aurais aimé venir ici tout les jours et essayer le menu au complet. Il y a des jus et smoothies avec chacun les propriétés énoncés. On peut acheter des super aliments et desserts crus. Je metterais 10 étoiles si je le pouvais!

Pros: Goût , air climatisé , option santé

Cons: prix plus élevé

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Hervorragende Auswahl und Geschmack - Edit

Sehr gemütlich mit Terrasse im 1. Stock. Großartige Auswahl und sehr gute Qualität aller Speisen. Bedienung ist Bali-üblich sehr freundlich. Man muss öfter herkommen um auch nur einige der interessantesten Gerichte zu probieren.

Updated from previous review on 2016-07-19

Pros: Riesige Auswahl, Großartige Qualität, Sehr schön Ambiente

Cons: Keine

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Zula, a Vegan Oasis in Meat-Centric Sanur - Edit

I have eaten here several times during my time in Sanur. I'm so glad Zula is here! Otherwise Sanur is pretty much a vegan desert. They do serve some raw items. They have a large menu and everything I've eaten has been delicious. They have breakfast things like pancakes, granola, omelet and scrambled tofu. There are 6 salad bowls and several soups including my favorite lentil. There are sandwiches and wraps, Indonesian items, and Mediterranean items. There's a dessert case with wonderful vegan and some raw items. In addition, the premises contains a little store for grains, health and beauty, and other vegan items. Be forewarned, some of the beverages and food items are sweetened with honey so ask if that's something you don't want. Otherwise as I understand it, they are completely vegan. Oh, they deliver for just 20,000 IDR.

Updated from previous review on 2016-07-17

Pros: Extensive menu, Some raw items, Prices reasonable for the quality

Cons: Use of honey to sweeten

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Twice In 3 Days - Edit

We came here twice in our first 3 days here in Sanur. The first time I was a little underwhelmed. I ordered the Big Bite Nachos and Wedges. The "Big" Nachos were not that big at all. Having said that it was very nice and everything was fresh. The second time I ordered the Veggie Burger. Despite the patty not being big it was extremely filling and delicious. Both times we went, they didn't have the Tofu Cheesecake, as we found out they get that from the store in Seminyak. We will be going back while we are still here

Pros: Friendly Day Staff, Good Quality, Fresh

Cons: Night Staff seemed disinterested, A little small

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worth the money - Edit

Went out for dinner and loved it. a bit more expensive but good sizes and delicious. According to them everything vegan. They even use olive oil for cooking. Their moto is "animals are my friend and I don't eat my friend" (love it). However they use honey as a sweetener. So is a bee only and insect and not an animal?
still recommended just avoid the honey and you will have an awesome vegan meal ;)

Pros: lots of vegan options

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I'll be back - Edit

Gazpacho was perfect for this weather, super fresh and delicious. Loved knowing it was all organic! Smoothie was also delish. A huuuuuge selection of healthy food and drinks. Mostly gluten free too! Coming back to try the raw pizza! The store is also full of organic products and superfoods

Pros: lovely staff, clean, organic & fresh

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pricey and pretty bland - Edit

we had a veggie burger and a burrito as well as some drinks. the drinks were decent but the food was likely not freshly prepared, which is something i would expect for a 80k main +15% taxes and charge. for raw meals that's probably no issue, but for french fries and a burger you notice it. especially the burrito had much more potential but instead didn't taste like too much.
service was good.
at another occasion, i bought a cookie and some soap from the store downstairs. the cookie i had was the only one without honey and i didn't care for it. but i thought it was odd that even if i buy something from the counter in the shop, they add 15% tax and service charge even though there was virtually no service... all in all pretty disappointing and expensive.

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excellent restaurant - Edit

Lovely place with delicious food nearly all vegan I had the mixed platter which was a plate full of lots of different things all bursting with flavour. Had a decent dessert menu as well including some yummy chocolate treats. Also has a shop selling lots of goodies

Pros: choice, portion sizes

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Popular place in the heart of Sanur - Edit

This is a popular moderately priced place in the heart of Sanur. I can recommend the tofu spring rolls, vegieburger, and to drink, the lemonana mint lemonade. Comfortable seating upstairs, downstairs, or inside. Pleasant staff. Bright and clean. International foods. Can't believe this place has not been reviewed before. Solid 4 rating. Btw, Sanur gets my vote as the destination closest to paradise, and I have been to many places.

Pros: excellent food, bright and clean, moderately priced

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