Indulge without the guilt at Bali’s vegan heaven on Earth

COCONUTS HOT SPOT—Life can be challenging for a vegetarian newbie. It’s not enough that you have to overcome your occasional cravings for a juicy slab of steak or crispy calamari. Vegetarians have to deal with the peer pressure (or simply your personal ambition to keep up with the crowd) as well. And at least in Bali nowadays, it’s not hip enough just to be organic, your food has to be raw too. 

Luckily, there are places like Divine Earth in Kuta. Chilled out vibe, fresh ingredients, and flavorful beautifully presented dishes that will keep you saying “I can’t believe it’s raw!” (not out loud if you can help it though, remember you’re trying to fool people into thinking you’ve been eating raw since the day you were born).

Portobello steak with wakame pasta & cashew panna cotta
The vegan heaven on Earth offers main dishes like zucchini pasta with tempe meatballs, portobello steak with wakame pasta, and a carrot zucchini wrap with cashew mozzarella. And don’t get me started on their mouthwatering dessert selection. They are sugar-free and dairy-free too! So be prepared to have hard time keeping that self-righteous glow off your face between your moans of pleasure.
Their divine drinks—yes, they are really called that on the menu—range from refreshing fresh juices to indulgent smoothies. My favorite thirst quencher Sparkly Mudra is a combo of beets, apple, mint leaves, watermelon, and sparkling water. I keep coming back for a glass of their Shiva too—that’s Thai black ginger, rosella kombucha, and lemon.

And for days that used to require a straight-out-of-the-carton ice cream binge, I now wisely opt for a Kama-Sutra smoothie. As sensational as it’s name suggests: cacao, vanilla, cacao butter, cashew milk, and cinnamon.​

Gluten & wheat free seeded crust, veggies, rucola & cashew mayo​

Nothing dirty about this mud pie


Divine Earth
Jl. Raya Basangkasa 1200A
(0361) 736645

Photos: Divine Earth Facebook page


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