Vegan sushi is now enough of a thing in Bangkok to write a guide about it. Here is that guide.

A riceberry quinoa sushi at Vistro Bangkok. Photo: Vistro Bangkok / Facebok
A riceberry quinoa sushi at Vistro Bangkok. Photo: Vistro Bangkok / Facebok

Bangkok’s craving for sushi knows no bounds, and as plant-based options for meats boom, the city boasts a number of vegan sushi joints for the discerning foodie. 

From classic nigiris to makis, here are a few places to cast your line and catch a vegan sushi feast.

Waki Waki Veggie Sushi

Photo: Waki Waki – Veggie Sushi / Facebook

This newest vegan sushi spot in Phrom Phong has been generating a buzz with its variety of vegan dips and diverse flavors — along with an attractive if small sushi bar. For starters, try the jackfruit-topped tempura tuna fighter (THB230 for 8 pieces) and avocado tempura (THB230 for 8 pieces). With the Ninja Nigiri Set (THB295) you get a taste of 11 types of nigiri, from tamago standard maki to avocado nigiri, best enjoyed with a cup of Japanese green tea (THB55). For something meatier, don’t leave without trying their katsu don (THB260). Waki Waki also offers appetizers, rice bowls, Japanese noodles, and desserts.

11am-9pm, Tues to Sun. Soi Sukhumvit 24. 


A riceberry quinoa sushi at Vistro Bangkok. Photo: Vistro Bangkok / Facebok

This two-story vegan paradise is a popular name when it comes to going green. Try their newest riceberry quinoa sushi served with raspberry mayo and topped with ground tempeh. The Sushi Kiss featuring vegan chicken cucumber with mango sauce is also quite refreshing and the taco-slash-sushi fusion of Tokyo tacos steals the scene. Vistro also serves a variety of all-day brunch, tacos, burgers, pizza, shakes, juices, and more. It’s just a heartbeat away from Waki Waki.

10am-8pm, daily. Soi Sukhumvit Soi 24.

Broccoli Revolution

Photo: Broccoli Revolution / Facebook

This plant-based eatery is a lively addition to Bangkok’s vegetarian scene with cold-pressed juice and a smoothie bar. Go and try its eggplant dragon sushi roll (THB190), but stay for the quinoa burger. 

10am-9pm, daily. Soi Sukhumvit 49. 


Photo: Isao / Facebook

A popular go-to spot for Bangkokians heading to the Thonglor area, this laid-back Japanese restaurant is famed for premium ingredients and fusion-style sushi. Its vegetarian menu includes bites like kappa maki (THB80), oshinko maki (THB80), avocado maki (THB140), shiitake maki (THB90), and more. 

11am-8pm, daily. Soi Sukhumvit 31. 02-258-0645.

This story originally appeared in BK.

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