Favorite Vegan Eats | Bali

Bali is by far the most vegan-friendly place I’ve visited so far, not to mention how healthy and extremely delicious everything was! Here’s a list of some of my favorite restaurants/meals during my stay!

Ubud, Bali

La Pacha MamaBali’s first all-natural plant-based authentic Mexican restaurant.

(sorry for the poor photo quality)

This restaurant hit all my must haves; delicious food, perfect ambiance and incredible cocktails. We got tempeh tacos and a platter of the appetizer selections. This was our first night in Bali, and the restaurant was a quick walk from our hotel which was the perfect location for our first meal. I’m a big fan of friendly staff and Bali is definitely known for this. Our waiter for the evening did not stop smiling or singing the entire time, it was beyond adorable and entertaining.


Locavore | Over 95% of the kitchen’s ingredients are Indonesian

(photo from Locavore website)

This was such a special dining experience. We decided to do the seven-course vegan tasting menu, which felt more like 50 courses. (To see some of the many dishes check out my Bali vlog by clicking here!)
I had to share their environmental policy I just found on their website because I am so impressed!
“Ray and Eelke are committed to environmental sustainability, both in and out of the kitchen. The iconic sage green paint and recycled wood of all three outlets reflect that philosophy.
All edible kitchen waste is either fed to the pigs on their farm or composted for the vegetable garden. Other waste is collected by Eco Bali Recycling, which ensures its proper disposal.
The roof of Locavore to Go is covered in passive solar panels which reduce electricity consumption by at least 50%.”


Clear CafeSo much more than just a restaurant

I was lucky enough to have a friend recommend a few places since she had just left Bali herself. Clear Cafe was on the top of her list. Bali is known for being extremely affordable so if you can get a good deal on a flight you won’t have to spend much more on anything else. Leave your shoes outside and step through the large circular door into this tranquil oasis. A full breakfast for two including beverages cost a whopping $12 which will leave you plenty of extra spending money to get an equally as affordable massage, pedicure, manicure and or facial! We spent nearly the entire day here taking in all this incredible cafe has to offer.


Sweet Orange Warung | Heaven in a rice field

If you’re looking for traditional Indonesian dishes, you found your spot! This small restaurant is off the main path in the middle of a rice field and somewhat of an odd walk, but well worth it. I wrote an entire blog post on the day we went here and ended up completely lost (You can check that out here!) This is pretty much a small little shack in the field and by far some of the best food we had during the trip.


Canggu, Bali

Peloton SupershopVegan Cafe

(photo from Peloton Instagram)

I think I can say with confidence that this was my favorite restaurant during the trip. We ended up going twice we loved it so much. I also was able to work here because they had fantastic wifi. It’s in a great central location to everything and was directly on our way to the beach from our AirBnB!


There were SO many more amazing restaurants during our trip which makes it pretty much impossible to share them all! Please feel free to comment below any of your favorites or if you’ve visited any of these locations. Now get out there and explore!




  1. Bella Bombo
    December 7, 2017 / 7:05 pm

    I always go to Earth Cafe whenever I’m in Bali. On my recent trip however, i skipped Earth Cafe and went to Peloton cos of your posts lol was sooo good! Do try Cafe Organic next time you’re in Bali — the cafe’s so pretty! xx

  2. louise bennett
    December 8, 2017 / 1:53 am

    How long have you been vegan and why did you decide to become vegan? Do you find it difficult?

  3. Tiera
    December 9, 2017 / 2:27 am

    Aahh proud to be Indonesian. Hi cam 💓 from Indonesia ✌️

  4. Frienes1500
    December 9, 2017 / 8:57 am

    Thanks for your sharing! In fact, I’m a Chinese fan of you. I lost my VPN and can not visit YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and so on (some international websites) because of policy recently. I miss you so much (and your YouTube friends lol). Even though I can watch your videos by other Chinese fans’ handling and translation on Chinese Vedio website called Bilibili (they did this freely and just for fans), those are always been a while. When I saw your Email for reminding your new blog, I felt I can touch you (I mean connection, you know) again. It means a lot to me. I’m always inspired by you.
    Thank you again! And welcome to China for visiting. Pardon my sloppy English.
    Have a nice day!

  5. NRey
    December 10, 2017 / 9:13 pm

    Hey Camden just want to let u know u inspired me to become a vegan. I started it last two weeks ago its not easy but I’ll get through there. PS : this blog is awesome.

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