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Raw Vegan Cafe and health shop at the top of a hotel. Main meals, salads, desserts and more. The Chia Bowl was really good, with thick melted hot chocolate to pour either in the bowl or your soy milk! And just look at that banoffee pie! :)

IDR 20-50K for meals, 40-125 for juice and smoothies.

15min walk from central ubud or short taxi ride.
Daily 07:00 ~ 21:00

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Wayan’s Coconut Juice Bar

Wayan’s Coconut Juice Bar is an awesome organic fruit & veggie juice stall. Blended with coconut water and poured into glass bottles with screw lids, great to grab and take away, or they even do deliveries!

Most of the Juices are about IDR 30-70K
Daily 06:00 ~ 20:00

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Radhey Chai Bar is a cute little coffee shop with vegan snacks, salads, burgers, a few main meals, cupcakes and drinks (They have gluten free options too). Friendly staff run the shop that sits about 10-15 people inside for a cosy break. Great for a cofee, tea, having a chat or escaping the cold in winter.

Open daily 12:00 ~ 21:00

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Ku De Ta

This bar is famous in Singapore for one reason, its on top of MBS.

While there is a restaurant (with bad reports on the food) most people come here for the outside bar and view. This area however is fairly small, and the bar itself takes up half of that, so it can be quite crammed and hard to get a table. Also, because it looks down on to the Skypark, you can’t actually get to the edge for a really nice view.

The staff here aren’t exactly friendly either. They get very uptight in controlling who is going to the bar, the Skypark and the restaurant. One rolled eyes at me simply for ordering a non-alcoholic drink (even though we ordered 3 other drinks that were). This put me right off the place. Save your money on the drinks and spend it on the Skypark for a better view, more space, and no pressure for time.

Bayfront MRT

Club Lounge 11am till late, cover charge applies from 9pm on Fridays, Saturdays and eve of Public Holidays
Dress code: Stylish chic from 6pm onwards in the restaurant, skybar and club lounge (no shorts, slippers, singlets and tank tops)

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De Hems

De Hems is a great Dutch Pub in Soho, selling a huge range of beers, including Strawberry Beer on Tap. The building is old and characteristic, upstairs has sofa chairs and tables. It gets pretty busy so arrive early for a seat.
The staff are very friendly, talkative, and will happily make drink suggestions. They also do cocktails!

However with the huge range of beers on offer you may need to check which ones are vegan, and bar staff may not know this. Luckily Dutch (and German) beers are more commonly vegan than those of other countries.

Walk from Leicester Square Station, just off Shaftesbury Avenue and Chinatown.

Mon – Thurs – 10:00 ~ 00:00
Fri – Sat – 10:00 ~ 00:30
Sun – 10:00 ~ 11:00

Shaftesbury Avenue, London - De Hems - Macclesfield Street

The Old Queen’s Head

The Old Queen’s Head in Islington always draws a lively crowd. The Ground floor has plenty of seating, a fireplace, and a nice long bar. Upstairs there is a dance floor and usually either a DJ or live band performing.

I wouldn’t plan on eating here, but it’s a good, fun pub and always something happening.

Walk from Angel Tube Station or get a bus along Upper Street or Essex Road.

Sun – Wed – 12:00 ~ 00:00
Thurs – 12:00 ~ 01:00
Fri – Sat – 12:00 ~ 02:00

Old Queen's Head, Islington, N1

Waxy O’Connor’s

Waxy O’Connor’s is a great Irish Pub right in the center of London, just near Leicester Square. It’s a pretty big pub with 4 different bars and 6 levels, connected by a maze of staircases and passages. The interior is all wood with a large tree being the focus of the design.

It has a great atmosphere and gets quite busy, sometimes with live Irish music or showing football matches. It’s not cheap compared to nearby pubs, but the vibe and design make it worthwhile. Go early to avoid long queues and get a table.

The main entrance is on Rupert Street, but there is a smaller entrance/exit on Wardour Street too. Walk from Piccadilly Circus or Leicester Square Station.

Mon – Wed – 12:00 ~ 23:00
Thurs – 12:00 ~ 23:30
Fri – Sat – 12:00 ~ 00:00
Sun – 12:00 ~ 22:30

Waxy O'Connor's

All Bar One, London

All Bar One is like a smartly dressed pub. This English chain offers a range of foreign beers & ciders, cocktails, coffee, tea, juice etc. in a relaxed atmosphere with stylish decor and at good prices. They have a changing menu that always has a few vegetarian options, and occasionally some vegan ones. Its nicer than a pub, but more casual (and cheaper) than a typical bar.

I quite like this chain and the branch at Leicester Square has outdoor seating (not great at the moment with the park under construction, but when that’s finished it will be!).

Many more branches can be found here.

Leicester Square – Walk from Leicester Square or Piccadilly Circus Station
Mon – Thurs – 10:00 ~ 23:30
Fri – Sat – 10:00 ~ 00:00
Sun – 12:00 ~ 22:30

New Oxford Street – Walk from Tottenham Court Road
Mon – Wed – 10:00 ~ 23:00
Thurs – 10:00 ~ 00:00
Fri – Sat – 10:00 ~ 01:00
Sun – 12:00 ~ 22:30

London Bridge, Walk from London Bridge Station
Mon – Wed – 09:00 ~ 23:00
Thurs – Fri – 09:00 ~ 00:00
Sat – 10:00 ~ 00:00
Sun – 11:00 ~ 22:00