Bali Food Tour N.01

Hi girl/boy/woman/man and everyone outside or in-between!
I have an very exciting blog post -if I may say so myself- for you today. It's about food, and not just any food but vegan food from bali! I know can't get much better than that am I right?
This summer I went to bali with one of my best friends/niece for two weeks. Seems long enough and even though we literally ate our way through the island we still couldn't visit all the great vegan spots that where there.. However of the ones we did visit you'll find a comprehensive review of below!

kind cafe

Kind cafe is a really popular spot with the insta famous tropical mural on one of the walls. In my opinion definitely worth the ride and wait (it wasn't long for us, but the line can be long). We had Tropical feels/harvest juice which both were very refreshing. The green and grind smoothie bowl which was very good, you couldn't taste the greens at all! Lastly the asian persuasion as a savory dish to balance it all out, which it did a good job at. The noodles with garlic bread, the crunch and perfectly saut√©ed veggies definitely did the trick. 

crate cafe

Crate cafe is a cool cafe in the heart of changgu, you can meet all you local surf dudes and chicks here and de vibe is just really chill. 
At the craft I had the Mangolicious & the good root, which I unfortunately forgot to take a picture of.. I'm sorry okay, it was my very first balinese meal and I was just to hungry/excited. However it was amazing, the fruit bowl was so sweet and silky and with the shredded coconut it made for a perfect combo. The good rood bowl was just a perfect example of a buddha bowl, very tasty! The second time we went, we shared a cacao granola bowl and a unicorn sandwich. The 'wich was good but nowhere close to how amazing the smoothie bowl was. Still dream about that thing.. Oh and the smoothies where delish as well!

The loft

Here I ate the Vegan bowl & dragon bowl it was nothing too special but definitely worth visiting.
The vegan bowl was an assortment of veggies with nice and crispy tempeh (really one of the best I had) however the spinach was a bit to salty for my liking. The dragon bowl was lovely, I liked the big pieces of mango and granola on top, it added some amazing texture. Also side note; I was on the verge of stealing the spoon, how cute is the little pineapple!

Peloton superfood shop

Peloton is a completely vegan superfood cafe and we loved it, I mean we came here 3 times so pretty much says it all.. 
The first time we shared the Spirulina burger which was nicely spiced and not to heavy on the stomach but still dimmed my craving for a burger. Second we had the jackfruit taco's, they were great, tasted a lot like pulled pork which I never really had but I like the taste of this smokey sweet sensation. The rice paper rolls where okay but the banana bread is for sure a take home while you watch a serie must do. 

The second tim we shared the black burger and carbonara pasta. As a starter we had te loaded nacho's, they really knew what they were doing with that dish. The black bean crumble with the sour cream and guac were a perfect match and with the nacho chips it reminded me of how vegans don't have to miss out on anything. The burger with sweet potato fries was devoured in no time as was the pasta. But boy let me tell ya that pasta was the best i've probably ever had! The smoked coconut bits tasted exactly like bacon and the tofu carbonara sauce was spiced to perfection and had a incredible creamy texture. You can guess what I had the third time..

avocado factory 

We came here two times as well and order the exact same thing twice just 'cause we loved it so much and where craving it again. We had the Detox with spirunila (hands down the best green juice I've ever had) and the slim down (good not great, we only ordered the detox the 2nd time). The tofu salad was hugeeeeee but I mean we all know by now that I have a big appetite so of course I finished it. It was a-ma-zinggg. If you love salty tofu and avocado you'll love this. (the 2nd time I replaced the croutons for tomatoes, def. recommend). The avo hummus toast was an ideal combination of the mashed avo toast or hummus toast. And with the sugar snap peas it made for a crunchy combo. You can sit next a richfield and enjoy the food with a nice view.
So if you ever find yourself in bali, not to worry, pull up this post and enjoy ya self. (N0.2 coming)

Yours Faithfully,


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