If you are anything like me, your wanderlust knows no bounds. I love to travel and I do so as often as I can. But when you’re a vegan, like myself, it can sometimes be a little tricky to find vegan dishes that are also delicious when you’re in parts of the world that you’ve never been to before.
Like a fish out of water, it can be kind of a daunting experience. But here are a few places that I have come across in my travels that have vegan friendly dishes that are also absolutely delicious!
Bali has a few different locations where you can find really wonderful vegan dishes. over here in Ubud though is a little place called ‘Sayuri’s Healing Food Café’, which has a bunch of tasty vegetarian, vegan, and raw food options for many different kinds of diets. It adds a fun spin to Indonesian and International cuisine.
If you’re in New Zealand, the ‘Little Bird Unbakery’ in Auckland, is another must-try! If you want to experience a vegan take on things like burgers, sweet treats, and even tacos, you’ve got to stop here and try it out!
I was pretty blown away by their tacos! I would have never guessed that they were vegan. The atmosphere here is also very welcoming and warm.
I fell in love with Dharamsala, India. Not only is this place vibrant, energetic, and absolutely beautiful but ‘Bodhi Greens’ café there is the absolute best for Vegan dishes.
You get a great amount of food for what you spend and they also have really tasty smoothies there too. You leave feeling full and happy. Their mung bean Buddha salad was my favorite dish! It had a lot of amazing flavor!
If you love Mexican food, then you understand how difficult it can be to find vegan Mexican dishes. I find myself often feeling a tad disappointed in most of them and for the longest time I was convinced that you simply couldn’t find decent Vegan Mexican food, until I stumbled across ‘Casa De Luz’ in Austin.
Not only do they specifically cater to vegetarians and vegans, but their food is incredible! You also get to experience a lot of the Mexican-American music and culture there too and it was so much fun!