Vegan Food Bali – Fresh & Tasty Options at Finns

Vegan, vegetarian and plant-based dining is no longer a short fashionable trend, especially in Bali. The number of people choosing meatless or without animal products is growing incredibly. If you have chosen a no-meat lifestyle or are simply trying to eat less meat a few days a week, you can find a wide variety of options at Finns Beach Club and Finns Recreation Club. We pride ourselves on our food choices, with fresh ingredients and delicious dishes, and having plenty of options for everyone.

Best vegan restaurant Bali. Why is the vegan diet popular in Bali?

You may wonder why the vegan or vegetarian diet is so popular in Bali. First, it’s easy and accessible. Bali is a wonderful place full of delicious plant-based dishes, particularly as part of the local cuisine. Many dishes on Balinese and Indonesian menus contain vegetables, rice, soybeans, tofu, and spices. The locally sourced ingredients are fresh, plentiful and affordable for all. 

Additionally, the Balinese are mainly Hindu, a religion that doesn’t allow beef consumption. The Balinese believe in balance, harmony and respect, which extends to human and animal relationships. And many Balinese adopt a vegetarian lifestyle out of respect for their animal friends. 

For those who crave international dishes, cafes and restaurants – particularly in the tourist areas of Canggu, Ubud and Sanur – cater vegan and vegetarian diets. There are also plenty of options for salads, curries, falafels, poke bowls, stir-fries, and fruits. Additionally, cafes offer non-dairy alternatives for coffee, with almond or oat milk. And you’ll find vegan-friendly bakeries that make vegan (no eggs) delights and sweets.  

Another reason the vegan lifestyle is popular in Bali, particularly, is the focus on healthier lifestyles and choices. Many people visit Bali to become healthier in mind, body and spirit, which includes their diet. Bali has become a destination for many people who are mindful of “you are what you eat,” They choose less processed, fresh, and locally sourced foods. Healthy eating is very common across the island, with restaurants and cafes focussing on organic, plant-based, vegetarian, protein-powered, and superfood options.

Vegan restaurants Bali. Finns Beach Club has vegan menus and ocean views.

At Finns, we earned the World’s Best Beach Club reputation because of our inclusive atmosphere, where everyone feels welcome. This includes anyone with dietary preferences, allergies and restrictions. We have five on-site restaurants with plenty of palate-pleasing dishes for everyone – including vegans. You don’t have to be vegan to enjoy our menus, full of munchies and snacks that are perfect for afternoon grazing around the pool. 

If you are looking for plant-based or vegan dishes, the menus at Finns Beach Club for Bondi Cafe, Mumbai Kitchen, and Sushi Bar all have choices for vegans, with clearly marked distinctions, as well as dishes that can be substituted for vegan style as well but offering tofu or tempeh for meat proteins. On our Vegan menu, fan favourites include vegan paper rolls, plant-based nachos, chickpea and tempeh pita, and vegan nasi goreng. 

Finns VIP has an exclusively vegan menu with a wide selection of tapas, sandwiches, wood-fired pizzas and pasta. Pick a few tapas for the group, such as mixed olives, rosemary French fries and dips & bread, which make for the perfect afternoon snack while lounging on the daybeds. For more substantial bites, try our Beyond Meat-brand burger or hot dog. 

You will love our dishes at Finns Beach Club, no matter your style or diet choices. Come for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and enjoy your meals with the most stunning scenery and ocean views. You are sure to be impressed!

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Vegan restaurant Bali. Fuel up with vegan and healthy options at Finns Rec Club.

We mentioned before that the vegan diet is particularly popular among those who strive for a healthy lifestyle, cutting back on processed foods or high-cholesterol red meats. Health fanatics will find their home at Finns Rec Club with options for a comprehensive workout in our state-of-the-art fitness facility and group fitness classes, a 25m lap pool, tennis courts and basketball courts. Additionally, there is a full menu of vegan and vegetarian options

As Bali’s premier fitness and recreation facility, Finns Rec Club is keenly focused on offering the best options for our members to fuel up before or after their workouts. open from 7 am-9 pm and offers a wide range of exciting dishes created for vegetarians, vegans and plant-based lovers. 

For your morning jump start, there are casual breakfasts with alternative milk options for coffee. You can also choose Finns signature healthy smoothies, shakes and health potions. For lunchtime or dinner, fresh salads and healthy pasta provide you with the proteins and vitamins to help replenish your system and satisfy your appetite. 

What are the health benefits of a vegan diet? 

We only give this information as an “FYI” for why someone may undertake a vegan diet and what studies have shown. However, we are not advocating a vegan diet over any other type of lifestyle, and please ask an expert or doctor if you are looking for more details about your health. 

The vegan choices we offer at Finns are made with the freshest ingredients for juicy fruit and savoury vegetable dishes and the highest quality of items for soy, nuts, beans and seeds. Even non-vegan eaters can enjoy the benefits of our superfood-packed vegan options. 

But here are just a few health benefits that are associated with a vegan diet: 

Reduced risk of chronic diseases. Scientific studies have indicated that adopting a vegan diet may lower the likelihood of developing chronic illnesses, including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer.  The reason behind this is that a vegan diet is generally abundant in fiber, antioxidants, and other nutrients that can reduce inflammation and oxidative stress in the body.

Improved gut or gastro health. A vegan diet is also associated with a healthier digestive system, which is important for overall health and well-being. This is because plant-based foods are rich in prebiotics, which feed the good bacteria in your gut.

Lower cholesterol levels. Vegan diets are low in saturated fat and high in unsaturated fats, which can help lower cholesterol levels and improve heart health.

Better weight management. Because a vegan diet is typically high in fibre and low in calories, it can help with weight loss and weight management. 

Improved kidney function. Studies have shown that a vegan diet may benefit people with kidney disease, as it can help slow the progression of the disease and improve kidney function.

It’s important to note that just because a diet is vegan doesn’t necessarily mean it’s healthy. Consuming many processed foods and unhealthy fats on a vegan diet is still possible. So it’s important to focus on whole, nutrient-dense foods like fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, which you’ll find in many of our dishes at Finns Beach Club and Finns Rec Club. 

What are some vegan options for maintaining a high-protein diet?

If you are coming to Finns Rec Club and using our fully comprehensive fitness facility, we encourage you to fuel up and get plenty of proteins to keep your body energised throughout your workout. If you are eating less meat, or none at all, it is still possible to give your body the proteins and nutrients it needs. 

  • Beans and other legumes, such as lentils and chickpeas, are all great sources of proteins, and you can find them in many dishes in Indonesia and Asia. They can be used in soups, stews, salads, and even as a substitute for meat in recipes like vegan chilli or burgers.
  • Nuts and seeds such as almonds, peanuts, sunflower seeds, and chia seeds are all high in protein. They can be eaten as a snack or added to smoothie bowls and salads. 
  • Tofu and tempeh are Indonesian staples; you will find them in almost any local warung or vegetarian restaurant. Both are made from soybeans and are excellent sources of protein. Tofu can be used in stir-fries, curries, and salads, while tempeh can be sliced and used as a meat substitute in sandwiches and wraps.
  • Quinoa is a grain that is also high in protein. It is very tasty and can be used in salads, stir-fries, and as a substitute for rice. Rice is a staple in Indonesian dishes, but it lacks of nutrients. If you want healthier options, brown rice or quinoa are the way to go. 
  • Plant-based protein powders are not easy to find in Bali, but you can search plant-based markets to find a few made from sources such as pea protein, rice protein, and hemp protein. They can be added to smoothies, oatmeal, and other recipes to increase protein content.

We incorporate several of these items into our Finns Rec Club and Finns Beach Club dishes. Our fresh ingredients and tasty dishes can provide the fuel and energy you need for your workout, recovery, or any meal of the day.  

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No matter your reason for choosing a plant-based diet – ethical choices, environmental impacts, health and diet, or just trying to eat more local fruits, vegetables, and legumes – you will find plenty of options at Finns. We are inclusive of all diets and lifestyles, and we want our guests to be satisfied and have a great time. 

Talk to our team if you have any questions or are on a special diet, and we will be happy to accommodate. 

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