Vegan Food in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai’s Old Town has vegan food options for days! Now, of course, there are areas outside of Old Town where vegan options aren’t rubbing elbows on every block, but even then I didn’t struggle too much to find something good to eat.

My vacation to Chiang Mai quickly become a vegan food vacation as I chowed down on way too much yummy vegan food! So here is a list of all the food I ate! 😂 (My dignity= zero!)

Note: While I am emphasizing that these dishes are vegan for my vegans out there, these dishes are equally delicious for you  non-vegans. If you like good food, then this is for you!

Note note: Going to a self-proclaimed vegan restaurant might cost you a little bit more money by Thai standards, but for us foreigners a fabulous meal will only cost you around 6-7 Dollars and that’s if you get a drink or dessert with your meal or go for the more expensive options on the meal!

WARNING: BELOW YOU WILL FIND PICTURES OF FOOD THAT WILL MAKE YOUR MOUTH WATER! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!!

REFORM KAFE

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Khao Soi and Hot Chocolate at Reform Kafe

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Vegan Food in Pai, Thailand

As a vegan and a massive foodie, one of my first thoughts about going somewhere is: will there be vegan food? And now that I had been in Thailand for a little while, I knew that my luck of obtaining good vegan food ranged from a delicious all-vegan restaurant to blank stares from street vendors, and so I was curious to see what Pai had to offer.

The verdict? Less options than Chiang Mai (not very surprising since Chiang Mai absolutely spoils us vegans), but Pai still had some yummy food. Of course, I was only there for a few days so I’m sure I would have discovered more if I had had the time.

THE WITCHING WELL

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Spring Rolls and Pumpkin Salad at The Witching Well

While tasty, these were two of the few options that can be made vegan (I had to ask for no feta on the salad). I found the name of this restaurant on another blog, but since they made the blog two years ago, The Witching Well must’ve changed their menu because it was not nearly as vegan-friendly as I was expecting. Continue reading “Vegan Food in Pai, Thailand”