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Meatless Monday: Where to find the best vegan and vegetarian sushi in Bangkok

For this edition of our Meatless Monday series, we’re going Japanese. Here’s where to find the best vegan and vegetarian sushi in Bangkok.

Welcome to our Meatless Monday series. In this bi-weekly column of ours, we spotlight vegetarian and/or vegan dishes available in the capital city. Herbivores, we intend to keep you updated with all the plant-based offerings in town. Omnivores, we encourage you to go meatless at least once a week — especially on Mondays, if you don’t already. 

Whilst it’s important to take care of yourself, it’s equally important to take care of the planet. Hence, Meatless Monday. For this edition, it’s the world-famous Japanese dish with an added vegan/vegetarian twist. We love the way they roll (pun intended), and we believe you will, too. Here’s where to find the best vegan and vegetarian sushi in Bangkok.

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Where to find the best vegan and vegetarian sushi in Bangkok

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When you think of good vegan food in Bangkok, Vistro always tops the list. The flavour-forward and globally-inspired vegan bistro never seizes to impress with their varied selection. From plant-based dumplings and samosas, to burrito bowls and street noodles – their vegan options are endless. If you’re one for sushi rolls, opt for the ‘Vistro Sushi,’ a vegan version of the widely-loved rolls. They also have other Japanese dishes such as the ‘Vagyu Sando’ and ‘Katsu Curry.’

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[Image credit: Vistro] 

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Vegan

One thing is for sure: you won’t run out of vegan sushi options at this newly-opened plant-based sushi bar. Although their menu is not exactly vegan but rather vegetarian, diners can request for every dish to be made vegan. Waki Waki will add a vegan twist to their impressive array of veggie sushi with their vegan mayo and vegan cream cheese especially. If sushi rolls aren’t really your thing, fret not, they’ve got all kinds of plant-based Japanese dishes diners can choose from.

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[Image credit: Waki Waki]

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Vegan & vegetarian

Known and loved for their rolls, Masu Maki serves mouthwatering non-vegetarian and vegetarian sushi. They’ve got a whole ‘Veggie Maki’ menu dedicated to vegetarian sushi. Having personally tried (and loved) it, we recommend their ‘Avocado Tempura Maki’ in particular. Other options include ‘Sweet Potato Maki,’ ‘Dragon Fly Veggie Maki,’ and ‘Masu S.P.I.C.Y Veggie Maki.’ 

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[Image credit: Masu Maki] 

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Vegetarian

A renowned upscale Japanese izakaya in the city, Zuma Bangkok is located within The St.Regis Bangkok. The five-star hotel’s Japanese dining spot offers several vegetarian options including their meat-free sushi made with avocado, shiso, red onions, and carrot maki, and their refreshing avocado salad encompassing tenkatsu and spicy lemon dressing. The stylish wooden interior and outdoor courtyard are very beloved with Bangkok’s Who’s Who, and makes for a fun night out.

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[Image credit: Zuma Bangkok] 

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Vegetarian

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A popular Japanese dining spot in Bangkok, ISAO’s vegetarian menu featuring seven maki dishes and one roll is a must-try. Avocado, mushroom, spinach, and cream cheese are some of the vegetarian ingredients used in their sushi, and our highly recommended dishes include the ‘El Vegano Roll,’ ‘Veggie Maki,’ and ‘Avocado Maki.’

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[Image credit: ISAO] 

Location
Sukhumvit 31
Menu
Vegetarian
Meatless Monday: Where to find the best vegan and vegetarian sushi in Bangkok

Natasha Sethi

An animal-loving activist with a fervor for writing, designing, and anything creative. Natasha's hobbies include obsessing over golden retrievers & ocean swimming.

 
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