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In recent years Bali has gained popularity and fame not only as a holiday and relaxation destination, but also as a hub for the healthy vegan, vegetarian and health food restaurants and cafés that have sprung up and organically evolved as the influence of a growing expat community begins to cater for their herbivorous vegetarian, vegan, and foodie friends.
In a healthy cultivation of vegetarianism and general physical and mental wellbeing, the demand from Bali’s holiday-makers and expat clientele alike has resulted in the establishment of restaurants, cafés and even some local warungs all dedicated to maintaining and promoting the benefits of a vegetarian diet. The environment and visual delights of Bali compliment the healthy lifestyle embodied by many of her inhabitants, freshly grown fruit and vegetables adding a touch of colour, beauty and authenticity to many of the dishes served in these restaurants.
The ever-lengthening list of restaurants and cafés serving vegetarian and vegan cuisine in Bali is steadily ensuring the continued attraction of visitors from across the globe, eager to broaden their understanding of the meaning of ”a healthy, balanced lifestyle”, and maybe to experience it firsthand for themselves. The variety of cuisines available throughout the tiny island with a vegetarian twist and ’healthier’ inclination to their dishes and restaurant design includes offerings of Mexican, Indian, French, Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Traditional Indonesian cuisines and localized delicacies alike, ensuring those with more specific dietary requirements or preferences will still be spoiled for choice.