Having explored South East Asia for nearly 20 years and lived here for 4 years we have a good understanding of vegan travel in this region. We are currently looking for new countries to visit and Australia is on that list for sure; therefore when Olivia from Great Lost asked could she write about her top 10 vegan eats in Sydney we thought it was a perfect way to continue our research! Continue reading
Find yourself in Colombo, Sri Lanka’s capital city and you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice with the number of places to get really good vegan food. Here’s our Vegan Guide to Colombo to help you make the most out of your stay… Continue reading
Recently, our love for raw vegan food was taken to new and dizzying heights when we took part in a course at Mathew Kenney Culinary in Thailand, followed by eating a vegan raw food dinner created by graduate chefs working at Evason Hua Hin (one of the most vegan friendly resorts we’ve ever stayed at). Continue reading
We love vegan Italian food (who doesn’t?) and so when Wendy from The Nomadic Vegan offered to give us a vegan tour of this fabulous country we couldn’t resist taking her up on the offer. Here’s her guest post, Vegan Italian Food – 20 Dishes from 20 Regions. It gives you the lowdown on all the delicious, naturally vegan food you can find in one of the best countries on the planet to eat in. Thanks Wendy! Continue reading
Follow our Vegan Cambodian Wedding Day Dip Recipe and you may well be rewarded with one of the nicest things you’ll ever eat.
Bangkok is great for vegans and vegetarians because there is so much opportunity to eat delicious food. From street food classics to fine-dining, our beloved Bangkok has it all.
Tick off all of our 10 Vegan Eats in Bangkok to make sure you don’t miss out when you visit.
Nha Trang is the original beach resort in Vietnam and over the past 15 years has grown beyond all imagination; a sprawling city has emerged that isn’t for everyone but what hasn’t changed is the huge golden sand beach which seems to go on forever.
We’ve passed through a number of times and checked in to some of the best resorts in town but we’ve also sampled some pretty good vegan street food including a truly wonderful vegan ‘banh mi’ (baguette) which is a must for any vegan traveller visiting Nha Trang.
Here’s our Vegan Guide to Nha Trang which tells you where to get the best vegan food when you visit.
Here at Vegan Food Quest, we not only love to ‘find, eat and write about the best vegan food in the world’, but we love to cook it too.
If we’re honest, it’s hard to know where to start with Cambodian food as it’s not a cuisine that we’ve really cooked before, so when we heard that we could do a cooking class at Shinta Mani Club one of the best (and one of our favourite) hotels and restaurants in Siem Reap, we signed up straight away hoping to get some tips from the very talented Executive Chef Chanrith.
As vegan foodies who love to travel, street food has a particular appeal to us. Street food can be quick, available, fresh and delicious and it gives you a feel country you are visiting as you eat like the locals with all the sights, smells and daily life going on around you.
It took us a while to discover the delights of vegan Cambodian street food but once we did, it found a solid place in our hearts. You’ll be pleased to hear it’s not all about fried bugs and meat on sticks in Cambodia.
Battambang is Cambodia’s second largest city (after the capital Phnom Penh) and is known for being an artistic hub and home to one of the wold’s most scenic rail journeys (according to the Lonely Planet) taken on the aptly named ‘Bamboo Train’.
There’s a sleepy vibe to the city which seems to have a pretty slow pace of life and plenty of places to drink a coffee and watch the world go by. Read on for our short guide to Vegan Battambang… Continue reading