May Veggie Home is a nice little 100% vegan restaurant near the Asoke intersection and Terminal 21 serving delicious vegan versions of classic Asian cuisine. The enticing menu includes Thai style soups, curries, noodles, stir-fries, and fried rice, as well as spicy and western style salads, and veggie burgers. There are also Japanese, Vietnamese, Lao, and Chinese dishes. Some dishes contain faux meat/seafood including squid, tuna, fish, shrimp, sausage, duck, and chicken.
Papaya Salad with Tofu
May also serves homemade vegan bakery and vegan Ice cream. Mains are inexpensive ranging from 129-220 baht. No alcohol is served but there is a variety of shakes, soft drinks, and teas. Try the hot lemongrass tea. Service is friendly and efficient. May Veggie Home is a short 5-minute walk from the BTS and MRT.
Check the menu: https://www.mayveggiehome.com/menu/
Location: 8/3 Sukhumvit Road Soi 16, Bangkok. (Asoke intersection).
Opening Hours: 11.00-22.00 daily.
Getting There: BTS Asoke (exit 4). Turn right at the intersection. May Veggie Home is 50 meters on the left-hand side. MRT Sukhumvit (exit 3).
Broccoli Revolution is a modern upmarket vegan restaurant on Sukhumvit road in Bangkok. The restaurant is set on two floors with high ceilings and lots of natural light from the floor to ceiling windows. The large menu is an egg and dairy free collection of vegan versions of classic International dishes including Italian, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Mexican, Burmese, Thai, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, American, and Indian all prepared using locally grown organic vegetables and fruit. Many dishes are gluten-free. Most dishes are in the 150-290 baht range. There are also desserts, homemade Ice cream, and cakes as well as organic wines and craft beers. The restaurant’s specialty is cold-pressed juices which come in 18 combinations (100-180 baht). Water is free.
Check the menu: https://www.facebook.com/broccolirevolution/
Location: 899 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok. (next to Sukhumvit Soi 49).
Opening Hours: 07.00-22.00 daily.
Getting There: BTS Thong Lo (exit 1).
Despite the Indian name Govinda is a long-running (15 years) Italian vegetarian and vegan restaurant serving tasty pizzas, pasta, salads, soups, bread, risottos, Italian cheese platters, and desserts. The homemade pasta is egg and gluten-free while there is a choice of normal cheese, soy-based and coconut based cheese (no animal rennet). There is a selection of faux meat substitutes including chicken, bacon, sausage, ham, shrimps, and fish. One of the specialties of the house is homemade gnocchi.
There are almost 150 items on the menu including a choice of 20 pizzas (155-290 baht), pasta (190-295 baht), risotto (280-370 baht), soy meat mains (220-270 baht), and a large selection of side dishes. The wholewheat Pizza crust is available at weekends. All meals come with a complimentary basket of bread. Service is friendly and efficient. Govinda is located in a small courtyard about 50 meters from the mouth of Sukhumvit Soi 22. Look for the large sign with an arrow.
Check the menu: http://govindarestaurantbkk.com/
Location: 6/5-6 Sukhumvit Soi 22, Bangkok.
Opening Hours: Lunch 12.00-14.45, Dinner 18.00-22.30Wednesday-Monday. Closed on Tuesday.
Getting There: BTS Phrom Phong (exit 6).
Dosa King is an excellent long-running (since 2002) Indian restaurant on Sukhumvit road serving tasty authentic Punjabi, and north and south Indian vegetarian food. There are also vegan dishes which are specified on the menu. The 130 item menu is 100% vegetarian with appetizers, tikkas, dosas, curries, bread, rice, desserts, lassis, shakes, fresh juices, Indian tea, and coffee. Dosa King specializes in dosas which are a thin crispy pancake with filling. The restaurant does not serve alcohol. Dosa King is conveniently located a few minutes walk from BTS Nana station. Good staff and service.
Check the menu: http://dosaking.net/
Location: 153/7 Sukhumvit Soi 11/1, Bangkok.
Opening Hours: 11.00-23.00 daily.
Getting There: BTS Nana (exit 3).
Mango is a popular vegetarian and vegan restaurant on Tanao road, minutes walk from Khaosan. The menu is a mix of Thai and international fusion style dishes with the emphasis on healthy. The ingredients are mostly organic from the restaurants own farm. Popular dishes are veg pasta, veggie burgers, falafel, salads, soups, and curries as well as a range of desserts and vegan cakes with prices starting at 100 baht or under. Breakfasts are also served from 10.00am.
There is also a great selection of shakes, smoothies, lassi’s, kombucha and fresh juices from 60 baht and up. Alcohol is available with beers from 70 baht. The interior contains a choice of low tables with cushion seating or normal tables and chairs. The walls are decorated with art. The crowd is mostly travelers staying on Khaosan. No shoes inside the restaurant, leave them outside or bring a bag to store them in.
Location: 19 Tanao Road, Banglamphu, Bangkok.
Opening Hours: 10.00-22.30 daily.
Getting There: Taxi or walk from Khaosan road.
May Kaidee is the name of two renowned vegetarian and vegan restaurants in the Khaosan Road area of Bangkok. The first in Tanao road is located in a two-story open-air old wooden house with a balcony and serves a full menu of popular Thai dishes while the second restaurant on Samsen road is smaller and specializes in raw food and cold food with a limited hot food menu. May Kaidee also operate a popular vegetarian cooking school.
Location: 59 Tanao Road, Banglamphu. 33 Samsen Road, Banglamphu.
Opening Hours: 09.00-22.00 (all branches).
Getting There: Taxi or walk from Khaosan road.