5 Vegetarian Restaurants in Bangkok

Where to find vegetarian food in Bangkok

Vegetarian restaurants in Bangkok cater to practically every variety of regional cuisine, with old stalwarts being joined by fancy new restaurants constantly. Most of the places in our list are completely meat and fish free, although some of these restaurants do keep a very limited selection of non-vegetarian dishes. Nevertheless, if you are a vegetarian, vegan, follow Jainism, or just fancy a healthy meat-free meal in Bangkok, these restaurants all deliver on taste, quality and style.

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Na Aroon at Ariyasomvilla Boutique Hotel

Na Aroon is surprising not only for its hidden location at the end of Sukhumvit Soi 1, but also for the delightful array of organic, Thai and (mostly) vegetarian dishes served here. In a beautiful boutique hotel surrounded by a leafy garden, this fantastic restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy a healthy, leisurely meal. The hotel has been around since the 1940s and the owners have kept the vintage feel, with standout dishes including their yellow curry with peppercorns, bamboo shoots and imitation chicken, as well as the steamed rice in a lotus leaf, served with cashew nuts, chilli, chives, lotus seeds and fried tofu. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 06:30 – 22:30 daily
  • BTS: Ploen Chit
  • Address: 65 Sukhumvit Soi 1, Bangkok 10110
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 253 8800
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Broccoli Revolution

Sukhumvit – Phrom Phong

Broccoli Revolution is a cool new vegetarian restaurant on Sukhumvit Road. The exposed lightbulbs and brushed concrete is very much in vogue for a fresh and modern feel to the place, while the menu takes inspiration from all over the place with Thai, pan-Asian, Middle Eastern and European dishes to choose from. Our favourites include the Lebanese mezze containing hummus, tzatziki, a rich eggplant babaganoush and pita bread, and the tasty broccoli quinoa burger with a sweet mango tomato salsa and cranberry charcoal bun. Find Broccoli Revolution on the corner of Sukhumvit Soi 49, between Phrom Phong and Thonglor. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 07:00-23:00 daily
  • Location: 899, Sukhumvit Road, on the corner of Soi 49
  • BTS: Phrom Phong
  • Tel: +66 (0)95 251 9799
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May Kaidee

Old City – Khao San

Backpacker favourite which has spawned further branches in Chiang Mai and talk of crossing the Atlantic to open in the US, Mai Kaidee is the number one place to eat tasty vegetarian food in Bangkok’s Old City. Cheap and very cheerful, you can select from a huge range of classic Thai dishes – everything from a humble vegetarian fried rice to complex soups and curries. The cute guesthouse and restaurant, Thai Cozy House, is found on a small soi off Tanao Road, just behind Khao San Road (very close to the prominent Burger King restaurant at the top of the street). May Kaidee also runs vegetarian Thai cooking classes.

  • Opening Hours: 09:00 - 23:00 daily
  • Location: Ground Floor, Thai Cozy House, Tanao Road
  • Tel: +66 (0) 2 629 5870-4
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Bonita Cafe and Social Club


Vegan and raw dishes are a speciality of Bonita Café and Social Club. Located close to the Hindu temple in Silom, Wat Khaek, and Surasak BTS Skytrain Station, come here for a homely atmosphere and tasty vegan treats such as carrot cake, non-dairy chocolate mousse, fruit shakes and some unique pizzas, pastas and Asian-fusion dishes. Run by a Japanese-Thai couple, it has the feel of a friend’s kitchen complete with some friendly cats.

  • Opening Hours: Wednesday to Monday 11:30-15:30 and 18:30-21:30 (closed Tuesday)
  • Location: 56/3 Pan Rd, Silom
  • BTS: Surasak
  • Tel: +66 (0)2 637 9541
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May Veggie Home

Sukhumvit – Asok

This 100% vegetarian restaurant in Asok promotes homemade style dishes, with the additions of a vegan bakery, vegan ice cream and vegan products for sale too. Having started life in Thonglor, May Veggie Home moved to the more central Sukhumvit 16 in 2014 and has since attracted a more international clientele. The Thai and pan-Asian menu has the full gamut of Thai cuisine on offer along with Japanese gyoza, Vietnamese spring roll, Burmese tea leaf salad and a whole host of mushroom dishes to sample. Find it a minute’s walk from Asok BTS Skytrain Station by walking down towards Benjakitti Park.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00-22:00 daily
  • Location: 8/3 Sukhumvit Soi 16, Asok Junction
  • BTS: Asok
  • Tel: +66 (0)89 042 7215
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