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Whether you’re a flexitarian looking to cut down oTraditional Thai fare may rely heavily on pork, poultry and seafood, but these days Bangkok has excellent options for those abstaining from eating animals or animal products. Banish all thoughts of the drab, stodgy health-food restaurants of yesteryear and head to these stylish eateries for a wholesome bite.
n your meat consumption or a hard-line vegan, the Thai capital has plenty of delicious options.
Traditional Thai fare may rely heavily on pork, poultry and seafood, but these days Bangkok has excellent options for those abstaining from eating animals or animal products. Banish all thoughts of the drab, stodgy health-food restaurants of yesteryear and head to these stylish eateries for a wholesome bite.
Long popular with the backpacker set, this serene haven just off of bustling Khao San Road has an old-school hippy vibe and tasty Thai and Western vegetarian fare. Diners relax on comfy floor cushions while noshing on everything from surprisingly convincing meatless meatballs to the excellent, if not quite authentic, green and red curries.
Don’t let its location on the corner of one of Bangkok’s rowdiest nightlife streets deter you from swinging by this authentic Indian joint for aloo gobi, chana masala and paneer in a rich curry sauce. Most of Bangkok’s Indian restaurants, including the mod Indus and the molecular-gastro-tinged Gaggan, offer fine meatless options, but this wallet-friendly spot is one of the few strictly vegetarian places.
There’s a lot to love about this casual café a short stroll from the Thong Lo BTS. For starters, the light-filled industrial-chic space packed with plants looks as if it were plucked from the pages of a design magazine. Expect to see hordes of digital nomads sipping soy lattes and taking advantage of the free Wi-Fi in the afternoon. The menu has tons of vegan-friendly options, including veggie and grain bowls that would earn an approving nod even from Gwyneth Paltrow.
Though a number of items on the menu include fish, this is arguably still the best place for upscale vegan and vegetarian fare in town. It doesn’t hurt that it’s situated in a lovely, leafy space in a boutique hotel buried at the end of a soi, far from the noise of Sukhumvit Road.