Learning To Love Raw Vegan Cuisine in Ubud

By @ 11/10/15 in Gay travel, Indonesia, S. Arestis & S. Chaneac, Travel
NomadicBoys in their first vegan restaurant in Ubud, Indonesia and in ManAboutWorld gay travel magazine

NomadicBoys in their first vegan restaurant

Handsome, peripatetic and adventurous travel bloggers Stefan and Sébastien (the NomadicBoys) traveled throughout Asia, including a stop in Ubud where they lost their vegan virginity:

During our travels on Bali island in Indonesia in September 2015, we visited Fresh, a vegan restaurant in Ubud.

Fresh is a newly opened vegan restaurant, where everything is made from raw vegetables. As vegan virgins, we were concerned we’d leave hungry and unsatisfied. We were extremely surprised, leaving with full bellies and really excited to discover a new way of eating. Everything we tried was bursting with flavour.

Our favourite was the avocado tartare starter (peppers, coriander leaves and cashew cream cheese) and the Living Lasagne (zucchini, sundried tomato, marinara, almond pesto, mixed with citrus salad).

NomadicBoys in their first vegan restaurant in Ubud, Indonesia and in ManAboutWorld gay travel magazine

It was love at first bite!

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One comment


  1. Stefan

    Any other vegan gems you’ve discovered on your travels? Let us now 🙂

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