Vegetarian in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia

On May 17, 2008 I went to Veggie Corner with Wayan Subakti. Veggie Corner is vegetarian restaurant in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia. It is located at Jalan Imam Bonjol No. 133 Denpasar. Although it has not a large dining room, the restaurant serves domestic and international cuisine. At this time Wayan liked to have Nasi Goreng Seafood ( fried rice with “seafood” ) while I asked for Nasi Langgi ( rice with spicy Langgi, fried potatoes and sliced fried tempe ).

Nasi Langgi

At Veggie Corner Restaurant you can ask for vegetarian menu such as : Sate Oriental with peanut sauce, Grilled Soya, Fried Sealike Soya, Grilled Gluten, Fried Lakely Soya. The prices are about Rp 10000 to Rp 12500. It sounds reasonable for the price.

The other vegetarian restaurant in Denpasar is Veggie House. It is located at Pertokoan Sudirman Agung B12A Jalan Sudirman Denpasar. The restaurant is clean and comfort with air conditioner and television set showing Supreme Master TV Program.

Veggie House serves vegetarian pizza and burger such as: vegetable pizza, veggie soya meat pizza, veggie white pizza, veggie hamburger and veggie fillet burger. It use no egg mayonaise. Some Indonesian vegetarian soups such as: baso veggie, baso veggie special, baso sawi kuah and baso kuning are available, too.

I went to this vegetarian restaurant with Ramacandra. He loves to eat Nasi Goreng Omelet while I like to eat Nasi Goreng Oriental. The picture below shows Nasi Goreng Omelet served by Veggie House. The fried rice is covered by the omelet. I guarantee you will be impressed too. The price is Rp 12500.

Nasi Goreng At Veggie House

At Jalan Cok Agung Tresna no. 108 Denpasar, there is a place you can dine. It name is Bodhi Veg Restaurant. This restaurant has different atmosphere with two restaurants I mention before. Bodhi Veg has a tiny but pleasant garden with fountain. I think that it is a right place to dine in.

Garden At Bodhi Veg

Bodhi Veg serves vegetarian menu without egg, garlic, onion nor mushroom. The menu items such as Ikan Bakar (Grilled Vegetarian Fish), Ayam Bakar (Grilled Vegetarian Chicken), Sayur Hijau (Mixed Green Vegetables), Spaghetti, Tempura, Udang Bumbu Pedas (Shrimp with Spicy Seasoning).

If you go to Kuta or Tuban area, there is a vegetarian restaurant near the Ngurah Rai Statue in front of the Pertamina petrol station. It’s name is De Ra Sa Vegetarian, located at Pertokoan Graha Tuban Kav No. 6 on Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai No 88 E, Tuban Kuta. De Ra Sa offers menu such as Nasi Bebek BBQ ( Rice with Vegetarian “Duck” BBQ ), Nasi Ayam BBQ ( Rice with Vegetarian “Chicken” BBQ ), Nasi Goreng Seafood ( Fried Rice with Vegetarian “Seafood ), and Seaweed Soup, and other Chinese Vegetarian Cuisine. De Rasa also offers special drink named Momocaca Ice. The price is Rp 7800. I like it very much.

Momocaca Ice

On June 7, 2008 I went to Chai Ken Siang Vegetarian Restaurant with Ramacandra. The restaurant is located in Jalan Teuku Umar Barat No 9X Denpasar, in front of Super Ekonomi Supermarket. Chai Ken Siang Vegetarian Restaurant serves daily special menu, that is: Rawon Vegetarian on Monday, Soto Babad Vegetarian on Tuesday, Pangsit Mie and Bakso on Wednesday, Nasi Campur Khas Bali on Thursday, Soto Ayam Veggie on Friday and Sate Gulai on Saturday. This restaurant is equipped with air conditioner so you won’t get sweat while you dine. At those time, we have had Kolobak and Cap Cay Goreng. It cost Rp, 8500 for Kolobak and Rp 8,000 for Cap Cay Goreng. In my opinion, this restaurant serves delicious Chinese and Indonesian cuisine.

Cap Cay at Chai Ken Siang

Chai Ken Siang Vegetarian Restaurant also serves special beverage named with Teh Susu Mutiara Asli Taiwan (Tea and Milk with Taiwan Pearl). Ramacandra and I like it very much.

Teh Susu Mutiara Asli Taiwan

I love to be a vegetarian since vegetarian and non violence is a secret precept for attaining everlasting life.

By Sapteka, http://www.sapteka.net

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Vegetarian In Malang, East Java, Indonesia

Malang City is the second largest city in East Java, Indonesia. When I visited this city, I went to some vegetarian restaurants, such as Metta Vegetarian and Gardenia Bakery & Resto.

Metta Vegetarian is located at Jalan Simpang Wilis No.7, Malang. It serves Indonesia and Chinese vegetarian cuisines. The menu consist of Nasi Campur (Mixed Rice), Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice), Kwee Tiaw, Mie, Soup, Vegetarian Meal, Fried Vegetarian. The price is about Rp. 10000 to 12500 for Nasi Campur or Nasi Goreng.

The taste is good. Look at that dish full of vegetarian meat. I love it. I also asked Tempe Penyet, a traditional cuisine from East Java.

I will come to this restaurant if I visit Malang next time.

The other place is Gardenia Bakery & Resto. It is located at Jalan Raya Dieng No. 31, Malang. It is about 100 meter from Dieng Plaza. The restaurant has a large parking area and nice atmosphere. I impressed with the layout and lighting.

Beside that, Gardenia Bakery & Resto serves delicious Indonesian and Chinese vegetarian cuisines. You can look at the picture below. They serve it well.

This will makes sense for me to visit Gardenia Bakery & Resto next time.

By Sapteka, http://www.sapteka.net

Vegetarian In Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia

When I visited Surabaya City, East Java, Indonesia, there are some vegetarian restaurants. As a vegetarian, I should find it to dine in. I will show you where to find it in Surabaya.

The first is Zhe Hang Veggy Resto. It is located at Jalan Walikota Mustajab No. 24 Surabaya, near the municipality office. The price is fair. No need to worry. It serves Indonesian and Chinese Vegetarian Cuisine.

Zhe Hang Menu

The other restaurant is Family Vegetarian Fast Food at Jalan Mayjen Sungkono No. 94, near the TVRI. It serves Indonesia and Chinese Cuisine, too. The price at Family is higher than Zhe Hang since Family equipped with air conditioner. I asked for a take away Nasi Campur (Mixed Rice). It served well in a box. I like it very much.

Mixed Rice of Family Vegetarian Fast Food

Well, Surabaya City served the vegetarian with excellent taste.

By Sapteka, http://www.sapteka.net/