Let’s Chay ! Introduction of Com Chay Mani What is “Chay”? “Chay” is a vegetarian diet which only includes vegetarian food such as vegetable, mushrooms, and fruits together with or without food made from egg, honey and milk. Why “Chay”? Read more […]
Nhà Hàng Healthy Farm is a build it yourself vegan pho restaurant. Choose from a selection of noodles, fresh vegetables, and mock meats, and bring your basket to the counter to have your pho created for you personally. Or, order Read more […]
Hum Vegetarian is a health-focused vegetarian restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City that puts great care into the ingredients and presentation of the food, as well as into creating a tranquil environment for their guests.
Biogarten is a vegan-friendly vegetarian restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City. On the first floor of the building is an organic grocery store, and the focus on organic ingredients is upheld upstairs in the restaurant as well. They describe themselves Read more […]
KAY is a home-cooked vegan cuisine bistro in HCMC, Vietnam with predominantly organic ingredients, and freshly chopped vegetables in every meal. Can accommodate larger groups with special menus with at least 24 hour’s notice.
Rosie’s is a vegan-friendly cafe that serves breakfast, brunch, and lunch options in Hoi An, Vietnam. All cakes are vegan, and many of their menu staples like their avocado toast and smoothie bowls can be veganized upon request.
Nomad Yoga is a yoga studio in Hoi An that in addition to offering Hatha and Ashtanga yoga classes, meditation, workshops, also operates a vegetarian cafe with plenty of vegan options. The menu changes weekly, and include Mediterranean influenced tapas, Read more […]
Karma Waters is a small chain of vegan restaurants in Hoi An and Danang, Vietnam since 2005, with a location recently opened in Hong Kong in 2013. The founders of Karma Waters are committed to healthy, organic, and vegan eating, Read more […]
Món chay hè phố is the only 100% vegan street food stand in Hanoi. Their menu includes: – Hanoi Einzelbilder Donuts, spring rolls – Vietnamese kind of dessert ” Chè ” : lotus seed, mung bean, black bean, red bean Read more […]
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