Vegan food in Bangkok

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With restaurants left and right in Bangkok, finding food is no problem. However, for vegans, it’s always more of a challenge trying to find delicious meals to have that aren’t just salad and clean food. Plus, vegan food can also be quite pricey.

But don’t worry – we’ve found 7 local-approved vegan restaurants in Bangkok that sell tasty food at wallet-friendly prices.

1. Suthanthip Vegan – vegan BBQ pork rice

With “Customers are our Family” as their motto, Suthanthip Vegan is a restaurant that carefully selects each and every ingredient that goes into their food. The store is simple, but you’ll see that it’s bustling with customers on the daily, especially during lunch.

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Roasted BBQ “Pork” With Rice
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No rabbit food here either. There are various items on the menu ranging from Thai to Chinese cuisines. Their famous dish is the vegan Roasted BBQ “Pork” With Rice (฿50) which looks just like the real deal. They also are known for their BBQ “Pork” Steam Bun (฿22/piece) made from oat flour.

For Thai food, Sunthanthip offers Tom Yum Soup (฿95) with veggie balls and mushrooms.

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They’ve also got a stall at ICONSIAM
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Address: Charoen Nakhon Soi 36, Banglumpoolang, Klongsan, Bangkok, 10600.
Opening Hours: Wed-Mon: 10AM – 9PM (Closed on Tuesday)
Nearest Train Station: Krungthonburi BTS Station
Telephone: +66 2 862 4238 | +66 88 680 9289

2. Baan Suan Pai Sukkaparb – cheap food from ฿20

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You will feel refreshed as soon as you walk into Baan Suan Pai Sukkaparb, which is adorned with lots of greenery and plants. This place isn’t just an eatery either, but a wellness community centre that comes with music and art classes, a yoga space, healthy product store, and even a Dhamma library for those interested in Buddhism. 

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The food here starts at a super cheap ฿20. Go for their Vegan Duck Noodles (฿30) that is made from konjac noodles and soy. The vegan meat doesn’t only look like the real deal – it tastes pretty close too.

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They also have a huge variety of rice and curry options (from ฿25) which you can takeaway or eat on the spot. 

Address: 17/1 Ari Soi 1, Phaholyothin Rd., Samsan Nai, Phayathai, Bangkok 10400.
Opening Hours: 7AM – 3PM, Daily
Nearest Train Station: Ari BTS Station
Telephone: +66 85 568 6810

3. Talalask – vegan roast duck and Thai salads

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If you think eating vegan food is boring, then Talalask is here to prove you wrong. In fact, their dishes look so similar to actual meat dishes, you might forget then you’re even eating vegan food. This cosy eatery is quite spacious, making it a good space for bigger groups of friends looking for a nice dinner or lunch spot. 

Talalask doesn’t use MSG in their food, and every dish is prepared using rice bran oil that’s high in vitamins and anti-oxidants. 

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Looks legit!
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If you’re a vegan that’s always wondered what roast duck tastes like, wonder no more. Try their Beijing Roasted Duck (฿169). The “meat” is really succulent and even comes with crispy skin. It’s served together with bok choy and pickled ginger and goes well with rice.

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Another customer-favourite includes their Yum Nam Khao Tod (฿95). This is a Thai-style sour “pork” salad that comes tossed with chilli, nuts, and vegan pork skin. It’s spicy yet refreshing from the lemon juice, making it a nice side dish.

Address: Golden Place Rama 9,181, Praditmanutham Road, Wang Thonglang, Bangkok 10310.
Opening Hours: 11AM – 8PM, Daily
Telephone: +66 81 912 0979

Address: 999/9 7Fl. Central Food Hall at CentralWorld, Rama I Rd, Pathum Wan Sub-district, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330.
Opening Hours: 10AM – 10PM, Daily
Telephone: +66 2 640 7000

4. All About Mushroom – mushroom-inspired dishes

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All About Mushroom is a little home-y restaurant hidden along Sena Nikhom Road. As its name suggests, this is the perfect place for mushroom lovers to fill their tummies.

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Vegan nuggets
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The must-tries here are the deep-fried snacks like Vegan Nugget (฿79) and Mushroom Karage (฿60) that are fried till crispy and golden. But don’t panic about them being too unhealthy – they’ve got lesser calories compared to their meat counterparts. 

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For mains, they serve vegan versions of Thai comfort food like Stir-Fried Thai Basil And Crispy Pork (฿60) and Larb Hed (฿60), a spicy mushroom salad. Vegan meat here is mostly made from mushrooms, tofu, or soybean products, so you can trust that it’s all vegan and healthier.  

Cheesecake fans should give a try on their vegan Blueberry Cheesecake (฿109) or Kiwi Cheesecake (฿109) to end your meal on a sweet note. 

Do note that the space is rather small with limited seats, but you can order the meals here on delivery at +66 63 481 4442.

Address: 61 Sena Nikhom 1 Rd., Ladpraow, Bangkok 10230.
Opening Hours: Thur-Tue: 9:30AM – 2:30PM (Closed on Wednesday)
Nearest Train Station: Ha Yeak Ladprao BTS Station.
Telephone: +66 63 481 4442

5. Veggie Chef – vegan chicken tonkatsu

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Serving more difficult-to-find vegan food is Veggie Chef, that offers delicious dishes like Shrimp Paste Fried Rice (฿119). They use a homemade shrimp paste made from fermented beans and rice and is served with Thai vegetables, chillies, tofu omelette slices, and “pork” made from soybean protein. 

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Another must-try is the Curry Rice With Chicken Tonkatsu (฿149) – yup, vegan Japanese curry! And don’t think that the dish is going to be dry and tasteless just because its made from tofu and soy. The tonkatsu is really juicy and it comes with a hearty portion of Japanese curry on the side. 

Address: 126/86 Watcharapol Rd., Tarang, Bangkean, Bangkok 10230.
Opening Hours: 10AM – 9:30PM, Daily
Telephone: +66 86 624 6886, +66 2 945 5457

6. Chijuya – vegan sashimi and sushi

If you’re craving for Japanese food, Chijuya is the place to be. Your vegan dishes will never be boring here because they offer delicious vegan Japanese cuisine from rice bowls and ramen to bento sets and even sashimi!

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There are vegan slices of “salmon” and “crabmeat” in here!
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To start, get the Boat Appetizer (Small: ฿300, Large: ฿500). It comes with vegan sashimi made from konjac, mini sushi, wakame salad and pickled ginger. 

Vegan sushi in Bangkok
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The stall also has a long list of sushi. The most popular one on the menu is the  Taro Sushi (฿160/10 pieces) which offers different vegetables rolled up in a mashed taro roll. The presentation is on point, so snap some photos while you’re at it.

Address: 1396 Songwat Rd., Samphanthawong, Bangkok 10100.
Opening Hours: Tue-Sun: 11AM – 2:30PM, 5PM – 9:30PM (Closed on Monday)
Nearest Train Station: Wat Mangkon MRT
Telephone: +66 2 226 2275

7. Tonkla Fahsai – organic ingredients from local farmers

Tonkla Fahsai vegan food
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Having a meal at Tonkla Fahsai isn’t just good for health – you’ll be helping others too, as the store supports local farmers in Thailand. All their vegetables and ingredients are organic products that have been sourced from local farms. The store also has a small garden to grow their own fresh ingredients.

Tonkla Fahsai vegan restaurants in Bangkok
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Their signature dish is the colourful southern Thai Tonkla Fahsai Spicy Rice Salad (฿136). This comes with germinated brown rice and a vibrant array of veggies and herbs, like beetroot, butterfly pea, and sunflower seeds. 

Also try their Miang Kleep Bua (฿285) – lotus leaves wrapped in sweet sauce, containing ingredients like quinoa and pomelo. 

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Vegan desserts are also available here, like the Steamed Beetroot and Banana Cake (฿45). Tonkla Fahsai carefully regulates the amount of sugar that goes into their food, and instead opt for healthy grains and sesame seeds in their desserts which help increase health benefits.

Address: Phutthamonthon Sai 3 Rd., Nong Khang Phlu, Nong Khaem, Bangkok 10160
Opening Hours: 10AM – 7PM, Daily
Nearest Train Station: Laksong MRT
Telephone: +66 80 499 5442

Healthy restaurants in Bangkok

Just because you’re looking for vegan alternatives doesn’t mean you have to be stuck eating boring salads. From authentic Thai dishes to fancy healthy food, make sure to pop by these vegan restaurants in Bangkok for a meal!

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