Best Vegan Indonesian Food in Canggu, BaliEverything you need to know about finding the most delicious Indonesian vegan and vegetarian places in Canggu
Indonesian vegan goodness
If you’ve spent a minute in Canggu, you’ll know that it’s vegan heaven.
Even totally non-western restaurants are completely aware of vegetarianism and veganism, making travelling to Canggu as a vegan a breeze.
And you won’t have to only rely on smoothie bowls and avocado toasts – there’s some seriously tasty (and cheap!) vegan Indonesian food to be had as well.
After two months in Bali, we barely scratched the surface.
Nonetheless, here are some of the best places to go in Canggu for vegan Indonesian food.
Find all of the mentioned restaurants & cafés on a map at the bottom of the article.
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Vegan Indonesian restaurants and cafés in Canggu
Give quickly became Alex’ favourite spot for a post-workout nasi campur (rice with small portions of other dishes on the side) – and how couldn’t it?
A 100% vegan serving of rice, vegetables and proteins full of super delicious Indonesian flavours is just perfection – and at about 70k IDR ( for a huge plate, it felt like great value.
As an added bonus, Give gives their profits to local charities, and you can help them choose which ones by putting a symbolic coin given on order in the cause boxes.
During our two months in Bali, we visited Give on several occasions and apart from Nasi Campur we can also recommend the Give Nasi Goreng Special, Gado-Gado, Balinese Curry and the Laksa.
Their non-Indonesian-inspired dishes are also awesome.
Give’s decor is fresh and the air conditioning can act as a nice escape from the humid heat outside.
Service is always super friendly and all-in-all it’s just one of those places where it’s very easy to find yourself time and time again.
- Nasi Campur (really big portion): IDR 70k ~ 5 USD / 4.5 EUR
- Balinese Veggie Curry: IDR 55k ~ 4 USD / 3.5 EUR
- Mie Goreng Super: IDR 55k ~ 4 USD / 3.5 EUR
- Cheekan Satay: IDR 45k ~ 3.2 USD / 2.9 EUR
Give is 100% vegan.
Open every day from 07.00 to 21.00.
Jalan Padang Linjong no. 85, Canggu, Bali.
Oma Jamu also became one of our go-to vegan place to eat in Canggu. It helped that we lived just a few hundred metres away.
Open from morning to evening, we had so many nice breakfasts, brunches, lunches, dinners and take-away meals from here.
The apparent draw to Oma Jamu is their vegan Indonesian buffet.
For IDR 40k, you can choose 7 different dishes of vegetables, tofu, tempeh and other healthy delicacies with rice and add additional scoops for 5k each.
We especially liked the fact that they serve lentils, kidney beans and chickpeas – which are great nutrient-rich additions to any diet (and sometimes difficult to get in Southeast Asia).
Oma Jamu hits a perfect balance between being totally hipster but still very local – and great value at the same time.
The restaurant doubles as a small healthy grocery shop selling fruits, vegetables and all kinds of products like coffee, dry chickpeas, and goji berries.
- Nasi campur with 7 dishes: IDR 40k ~ 2.8 USD / 2.5 EUR
- Extra servings: IDR 5k ~ 0.4 USD / 0.3 EUR
- Nasi goreng: IDR 30k ~ 2.1 USD / 1.9 EUR
Oma Jamu is fully vegan.
Open every day from 08.00 to 21.00 except Sundays from 09.00 to 17.00.
Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong Street No.46a, Canggu, Bali.
Warung Pande is about as local as it gets in Canggu.
Even though you’re just minutes from busy Batu Bolong street, life around here exists at a different pace.
Bali is so calm when you venture just a kilometre or two from the tourist hot spots.
We felt at ease from the moment we entered Warung Pande as the owner, a very sweet young lady, proudly told us that her small warung is 100% vegan and continued on to list all the things her food doesn’t contain.
We ordered a serving of gado gado and a serving of nasi campur along with a fresh young coconut.
Portions aren’t huge, but the prices are really low.
- Nasi campur: IDR 25k ~ 1.8 USD / 1.5 EUR
- Bakso: IDR 20k ~ 1.4 USD / 1.2 EUR
- Young coconut: IDR 15k ~ 1.1 USD / 1 EUR
Warung Pande is fully vegan.
Open every day from 09.00 to 21.00.
Jl. Raya Babakan Canggu No.49, Bali. On Google Maps it’s called “Warung Pande Vegetarian”.
Warung Bu Mi
At 35k IDR for a vegetarian nasi campur (rice and mixed dishes, usually from a sort of buffet behind glass) eating at Warung Bu Mi is one of central Canggu’s cheaper options – at least when compared to the glitzy cafés next door.
The vibe is very local and there are lots of dishes to choose from.
Tastewise it wasn’t as amazing as Give’s campur options nor as healthy as Oma Jamu’s, but it still hit the spot.
- Nasi campur: IDR 35k ~ 2.5 USD / 2.2 EUR
Warung Bu Mi isn’t vegan per se, but you can easily order vegan dishes only.
Open every day from 10.00 to 22.00.
Pantai Batu Bolong Street No.52, Canggu, Bali.
Ithaka Warung is located super close to Batu Bolong Beach next to Old Man’s.
It’s a “western”-oriented warung with smoothie bowls, avocado toast as well as some Indonesian classics.
Dining is upstairs.
First time, we visited on a Saturday night so there was rather loud music from next door. Next time around, we visited in the morning and were all alone up there with a nice serene view.
The gado gado was amazing. Peanut sauce was delicious and the serving was generous.
Ithaka Warung’s nasi campur was also tasty – Alex especially liked the homemade sambal.
The space is cool and most of the dishes including the Indonesian ones are either vegan or can easily be veganised.
Ithaka Warung is plastic free. They just opened a second branch in Ubud.
- Nasi campur: IDR 38k ~ 2.7 USD / 2.5 EUR
- Gado gado: IDR 44k ~ 3.1 USD / 2.8 EUR
Ithaka Warung isn’t vegan, but many marked dishes can be veganised.
Open every day from 07.00 to 23.00.
Pantai Batu Bolong Street No.168, Canggu, Bali.
Varuna Warung is also located very close to Batu Bolong Beach.
It’s an open-air buffet style place with vegan options.
Rice plus a few vegan dishes cost just IDR 25k. It was tasty but in the not-so-healthy department of eating in Canggu.
- Nasi campur: IDR 25k ~ 1.8 USD / 1.5 EUR
- Fruit salad: IDR 20k ~ 1.4 USD / 1.2 EUR
Varuna Warung isn’t vegan, but they do have a few vegan dishes. They should be able to easily pick them out for you.
Open every day from 08.00 to 22.00.
Pantai Batu Bolong Street No.89x, Canggu, Bali.
Here’s our Canggu, Bali map with all of the restaurants and cafés mentioned in this vegan eating guide.
They’re all marked with a light green icon.
Click the icon in the top left corner of the map to navigate using a list.
Ready for a delicious vegan meal?
We hope this guide has made you hungry for the Indonesian vegan and vegetarian food in Canggu.
Writing this, our tummies sure are rumbling for that fresh tempeh…
For even more vegan food options, check out the Canggu map on Happycow for an updated overview of all the animal-friendly places to eat on the island.
If you’re visiting Bali in October, make sure to check out the Bali Vegan Festival.
Have you tried any of the above-mentioned places? Or do you know of any restaurants or cafés in Bali or in Canggu that we should visit next time we’re around?
Please do let us know in the comments!