If you’re looking for vegetarian options in Chiang Mai, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve taken it upon ourselves to find some of the best restaurants around town and bring them together for your convenience. From vegan burgers to hearty curries, this list is sure to satisfy even the most discerning palates (and bellies).
Aum Vegetarian Food
Aum Vegetarian Food – A vegan restaurant located in Nimmanhaemin Road, Aum is open from 10:00 to 22:00. It’s a small restaurant, so it’s recommended to make a reservation if you don’t want to wait too long.
Ginger & Kafe
Ginger & Kafe is a vegetarian restaurant in Chiang Mai. It’s located in the Nimman area of Chiang Mai, which is also known as “The City of Wellness.” The restaurant has a good selection of dishes and popular with both locals and tourists alike.
The Veg Cafe
The Veg Cafe is a really popular vegetarian restaurant located on Nimmanhemin Road. It’s open from 10am to 9pm, so you can choose to visit this place for lunch or dinner. The menu includes salads, wraps, sandwiches and smoothies in addition to some desserts such as ice cream. There is also a good selection of drinks like fruit juices and milkshakes here.
Good value for money!
Loving Hut is a vegan restaurant chain with several locations in Chiang Mai. The restaurant serves Thai and Western cuisine and has an extensive menu that includes soups, salads, pastas, pizza, burgers and desserts.
The prices are reasonable and the food is delicious.
May Kaidee’s Restaurant
May Kaidee’s Restaurant is a vegetarian restaurant in Chiang Mai. May Kaidee’s has been serving Thai and Western dishes for more than 20 years, and it was one of the first vegetarian restaurants in Chiang Mai. The restaurant serves a variety of authentic Thai and western dishes made with organic ingredients.
May Kaidee’s also has a small shop selling vegetarian food products such as tofu, tempeh (fermented soybeans), miso soup spice mix etc. You can find this shop on Suthep Road near the intersection with Charoen Prathet Road.
Ho Fun, a vegetarian restaurant located on the outskirts of Chiang Mai, offers a variety of delicious dishes. The menu features an array of salads, soups and noodle dishes that can be customized to your liking. It also caters to vegan-diet restrictions as well as gluten-free diets.
The prices at Ho Fun are very reasonable compared to other restaurants in this area; however if you’re looking for something more extravagant you will have to pay more than $15 per person (USD). You can expect to spend between $10-15 USD per person depending on how many dishes you order along with drinks and dessert.
I recommend trying out the Pad Thai (fried noodles) with tofu or shrimp if it’s your first time visiting this restaurant!
Mandarin Walking Street Night Market (Pop-up)
Mandarin Walking Street Night Market (Pop-up) is a vegetarian restaurant in Chiang Mai. Located at the south end of Old Town, it’s easy to reach by foot from any hotel or guesthouse along the main street.
The menu features a wide variety of Asian cuisines and Western favorites such as burgers, sandwiches, pizzas and pastas. Prices range from 150 baht ($4 USD) to 250 baht ($7 USD).
In addition to its own dishes, Mandarin Walking Street Night Market (Pop-up) offers a number of dishes made with soy products that are not yet vegan but more commonly found than not on Thai menus. These include things like tofu scramble eggs; vegetable spring rolls; chicken nuggets; fried fish cakes; deep fried shrimp cakes; sweet & sour pork cakes etcetera.
Who said you couldn’t be vegetarian in Thailand?
Thai food is vegetarian friendly.
Thai food is vegan friendly.
Thai food is meatless.
Thai food is meatless and dairy-free.
So, if you’re looking for a vegetarian restaurant in Chiang Mai, Thailand or want to try something new and exciting, then this is the list for you!