Top Five Vegan Restaurants in Goa
The year 2020 was not really a year for travel. Months of complete and partial lockdown reduced salaries, the threat of COVID-19 didn’t really allow most of us out of our respective homes. But now that the COVID cases seem to be in control in most places, also people have become used to this new reality, many of us are setting out to make plans for vacation during the 2021 winters. In case you are planning to visit Goa for a beachy vacation with your loved ones. We have got a list of the best vegan restaurants in Goa to indulge in delicious vegan food. Here we go!!
Amaliya (Novotel): First Vegan Bar in Goa
This is the first-ever vegan bar in South Goa. What can be more exciting than a guilt-free party in Goa? Honestly, I really can’t think of too many things. It is an in a house bar in Novotel Dona Sylvia Resort, which is an extremely beautiful property facing the beach. Every two months, different dishes are made depending on what seasonal produce they can work with. The interiors are beautiful and you’re offered a welcome drink when you entre. It’s a great place to hang out and have some fun times with guilt-free, mouth-watering food.
Bean Me Up
Bean Me Up is a go-to place for a nomadic traveller roaming around in Goa. It’s an award-winning vegan restaurant in Goa. They provide along with bed & breakfast as well along with a yoga space and conscious boutique located.
There’s yoga during the dawn under a canopy of age-old mango, jackfruit and palm trees. There’s a boutique with clothing from organic labels. Chilling music and ultra-delicious vegan food, fresh juices and speciality beverages. This place is a must-visit for a vegan nomad.
Bodhi Greens is a vegan restaurant in Arambol, Goa. The menu of the restaurant includes smoothies, salads, Indian, Tibetan and continental dishes, as well as desserts. The place is all about cruelty free lifestyle and cuisine. The food is healthy, delicious and the place has a peaceful vibe.
It is a beautiful raw food restaurant with a rooftop deck. The food is completely vegan. The ambience is very beautiful and has an open kitchen as well. It is based in Arambol. Their raw thali, salads, pasta are their best sellers. This is a place a great place for the food experience.
The cafe stands true to its name since Prana which means life force in Sanskrit. Since the food is health and wellbeing focused still tastes delicious and not to mention it is cruelty-free and 100% plant-based.
It is located right at the mouth of Vaayu Waterman’s Village in Ashwem and lets you enjoy a panoramic view of white sands and clear blue waters with super delicious, healthy vegan food.
These are a few vegan places you should make it a point to visit during your Goa trip and do share with us your experience.
Have a wonderful beachy and guilt-free stay in Goa.