It can be testing being a vegan in meat-cherishing Bangkok. Regardless of the fact that your meal would be vegetarian, odds are it contains fish sauce or has been browned in the same oil in the same wok as some other meat-based dish.
There’s one delighted time of year when the city’s Thai-Chinese group goes vegetarian for the Thailand Vegetarian Festival. For 10 days the city is loaded with veggie food by plenty of vendors. However, it lasts only for two weeks. Rather than waiting for those two weeks I would recommend few of the yummy and best vegetarian restaurants in Bangkok for veggie lovers.
Broccoli Revolution is a vegetarian restaurant located at Sukhumvit Road which is known for its Middle Eastern, European and Asian dishes. All the dishes offered on the menu are prepared with fresh ingredients which is perhaps the reason why all of them are so delicious. The place is ultra modern and very cozy.
Location: 899, Sukhumvit Road, on the corner of Soi 49
Phone: +66 (0)95 251 9799
May Veggie Home
That this place is a vegetarian restaurant could be noticed even at first sight thanks to its décor which is quiet green. When it comes to the food, here you could find different types of international vegetarian food which gives this place some sense of diversity and mystery. Give it a shot!
Location: 8/3 Sukhumvit Soi 16, Asok Junction
Phone: +66 (0)89 042 7215
This Indian rendition of an American style diner offers basic, comfort nourishment with also Jain food alternatives. It offers a broad menu that includes dishes running from a cross-determination of Indian territorial treats including Indian-Chinese and Thai veggie lover sustenance.
Location: 15 Sukhumvit Soi 20, BTS Phrom Phong
Opening Hours: 9 am-10:30 pm
Anothai elements light, healthy Thai and Italian vegan dishes. They also have lot of other flavored pastries. Venture inside and you’ll locate a more modern vibe than most veggie spots, and master cooking by the eponymous culinary expert, who utilizes crisp produce from her own homestead, Rai Plook Rak, in Ratchaburi. If you are wondering what could you find on their menu, here is some little revelation: insalate capricciosa, egg-free pasta, risotto and gnocchi etc. If you want to know the rest of the menu, check it out by yourself!
Location: 976/17 Soi Rama 9 Hospital, Rama 9 Road
Opening Hours: Thu-Tue 10 am-9:30 pm
May Kai Dee
Beginning as a small shop close to Khao San Road for backpackers, veggie lover eatery May Kaidee now has couple of more restaurants in Bangkok. It has been giving meat free suppers for quite a long time and just not expats but local people also rush in for their long delicious list of vegetarian meals and smoothies.
Location 1: 59 Tanao Road, 02-629-4413. Opening Hours: 9 am-10 pm
Location 2: 33 Samsen Road, 02-281-7699. Opening Hours: 9 am-10 pm
Location 3: Wat Mahan, 089-137-3173. By reservation only
Govinda Italian Restaurant
Examining the menu, you may not understand that Govinda serves an all-vegan, an amazing accomplishment for Italian nourishment in this town. Try not to let the Indian name trick you. Govinda is simply Italian, less the typical concentrate on meat. In spite of the fact that a number of the dishes in this upscale Sukhumvit eatery incorporate cheddar, there are vegetarian amicable choices as the pasta is made without eggs and you can ask for soy cheese as a substitute to the genuine thing.
Location: 6/5 Sukhumvit Soi 22, 02-663-4970
Opening Hours: Sun-Mon 11:30 am-3:00 pm, 6:00 pm-11:15 pm
Na Aroon Restaurant
“Na Aroon” Restaurant involves the ground floor of the old estate and radiates a genuine old world appeal. Great interios with teak wood floors, unique work of art and the moderate turning of the roof fan all join to take you back in time. Their philosophy is based on providing tasty, organic and healthy vegetarian meals and they do their job superbly in providing those delicious meals.
Location: 65 Sukhumvit soi 1, 02-254-8880.
Although it’s not a fully vegetarian restaurant but they do have a many options for vegetarians / vegans. Seven spoons offer Mediterranean cuisine and also boasts for it’s fabulous cocktails. The restaurant has been popular among expats and has been awarded a number of times for it’s food as well as service.
Address: 211/8 Chakkrapatipong Road, Bangkok 10100
Phone: 02 629 9214
Opening Hours: 11 am – 2 pm, 6 pm – 11 pm