Vegan Guide to Hua Hin

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Published February 2019

Here is our Vegan Guide to Hua Hin. This beach town, just a few hours from Bangkok has been welcoming international tourists and locals alike for many years to enjoy the miles of golden sand and inviting ocean. You will be pleased to know that during our visit we found plenty of vegan food in Hua Hin with everything from simple vegetarian ‘jay’ restaurants to a luxury resort which has Blue Lotus Vegan Cooking School on site. Read about our favourite vegan restaurants in Hua Hin below and please let us know if there are any we’ve missed.

Vegan Restaurants in Hua Hin

Hua Hin Vegan Cafe & Wine

Hua Hin Vegan Cafe & Wine
Shopping Mall
100 Petchkasem Road
Hua Hin
Thailand

Opening Times: 9.30am-9.30pm every day

This place is a real gem in the centre of Hua Hin. The extensive menu includes Thai classics alongside healthy and innovative dishes such as veggie tortilla pizza with tofu cheese. We ordered the glazed cauliflower with vegan Parmesan from the specials menu and a green curry soup with jasmine rice. Brown rice was an option as was stir fried green curry instead of a green curry soup. The cauliflower bites looked the part and the batter was light and not oily. But in our opinion they needed a sauce, either served over them or as a dipping sauce. The curry however was perfect. Spicy, creamy, rich and delicious, exactly what we wanted from a Thai green curry.

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Veg Restaurant

Veg Restaurant
Soi 70 Petchkasem Road
(at Sra Song Road)
Hua Hin

Opening Times: 6am-6pm every day, closed on Sunday

Simple Thai style ‘jay’ restaurant with a buffet including lots of mock meats, they even had vegan sausages! We didn’t order anything as had just eaten around the corner but will go back next time we’re in town. This restaurant is marked on Google Maps as ‘Lan Ah Han J Hua Hin (vegetarian)’ but the location is correct.

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Vegetarian Restaurant in Hua Hin

Ruean Thong Vegetarian Food

Ruean Thong Vegetarian Food
38/1 Sa Song Rd
Hua Hin
Thailand

Opening Times: 6am-4pm every day

All vegetarian buffet open every day serving a selection of vegetables, mock meats and curries. They also include egg in some dishes but the staff member who served us spoke English so no problem in requesting vegan food. We picked up a takeaway with rice, vegetables with tofu, mushrooms and green curry which cost just 40THB. It was tasty and filling but a shame that we didn’t bring our own container as we ended up with a polystyrene carton in a plastic bag with a plastic fork.

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Vegan Friendly Restaurant in Hua Hin

Coast

Coast
Evason Hua Hin
Pranburi
Thailand

Opening Times: 6pm-10pm every day

Coast is part of Evason Hua Hin but non residents are welcome. If you’re staying in Pranburi it’s the best option for sure and even if you’re not staying nearby it’s worth a visit. There is a section on the menu that is fully vegan and the staff have a good understanding of what veganism means. Our focaccia and breads that came before our meal were all vegan and served with olive oil, balsamic and roasted garlic. We ordered the white bean with avocado bruschetta and mushroom soup. Both were delicious and the bruschetta was beautifully presented. The white beans and avocado offered a great added depth to the bruschetta which was served on dehydrated passion fruit crackers. As for the mushroom soup, wow, it was flavour packed and oh so rich. Absolutely delicious.

Coast at Evason Hua Hin bread
Coast at Evason Hua Hin bruschetta
Coast at Evason Hua Hin mushroom soup

Vegan Friendly Luxury Hotels in Hua Hin

Evason Hua Hin

Evason Hua Hin
Paknampran Beach
Pranburi 77220
Thailand

Evason Hua Hin is next level vegan friendly. In fact, it’s one of the most vegan friendly luxury resorts we’ve ever stayed at, it’s so good we’ve actually stayed there twice and will return for sure. Expect to find ‘Vegan Corner’ at breakfast and menus with clearly marked vegan options in ‘Coast’ and ‘Kieng Sah’. No need to worry whether they have soya milk at breakfast here, they have a whole range of homemade nut, seed and oat milks for you to choose from! There is also a plant based learning centre on site called Blue Lotus, for more plant based goodness you can read our blog post about the Blue Lotus Vegan Cooking School and our review of Evason Hua Hin.

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Evason Hua Hin plant based milk

InterContinental Hua Hin Resort

InterContinental Hua Hin Resort
33 Phet Kasem Rd
Hua Hin 77110
Thailand

InterContinental Hua Hin is a centrally located luxury resort in the centre of Hua Hin. During our stay staff went out of their way to help us as vegan guests esepcially in the Club Lounge where they arranged vegan breakfast and evening canapés for us which was very much appreciated. The menu in ‘Pirom’ had a number of vegetarian options and the staff were happy to adapt other dishes to make them vegan. More details are in our full review of InterContinental Hua Hin Resort.

InterContinental Hua Hin vegan food canapes
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InterContinental Hua Hin vegan food Penang curry

Hua Hin Marriott Resort & Spa

Hua Hin Marriott Resort & Spa
107/1 Phetkasem Road
Hua Hin 77110
Thailand

Modern and stylish luxury resort located right on the beach in the centre of Hua Hin. We enjoyed vegan breakfast in both ‘Amber Kitchen’ and ‘Big Fish’ which boasts stunning views of the early morning sun over the ocean. We also took lunch at ‘Amber Kitchen’ where the staff adapted some existing dishes to ensure they were vegan including a trio of vegan desserts! Read more about our experience in our review of Hua Hin Marriott Resort & Spa.

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Vegan Cooking School in Hua Hin

Blue Lotus Hua Hin

Blue Lotus Hua Hin
Paknampran Beach
Pranburi 77220
Thailand

Wow, Blue Lotus Hua Hin is outstanding, unique and inspirational. Spend your time in a professional kitchen with superb instructors and enjoy your time at this plant based leanring centre. Whether you sign for a weekend intensive course or a longer module you will come away with the skills and knowledge to take your vegan cooking to the next level. For more information and pictures of amazing looking food you can read our blog post about the Blue Lotus Vegan Cooking School.

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Blue Lotus at Evason Hua Hin vegan cake
Blue Lotus tirimasu

HappyCow in Hua Hin

No vegan travel adventure would be complete without using the excellent HappyCow website or app, their Vegan Hua Hin page currently lists 3 all vegan and 7 all vegetarian restaurants for you to choose from. HappyCow enlists ambassadors in each location to keep their information up to date and we are thrilled to fulfill that role in our current HQ of Siem Reap, Cambodia. There is no HappyCow Ambassador for Hua Hin but here are a couple of good sounding listings that we didn’t have time to visit:

Grand Night Market Vegetarian Stall
Youta Vegetarian Food Stall

Other Vegan Guides to Hua Hin

We found very few vegan guides to Hua Hin online making HappyCow even more important for your vegan travel adventure! We hope our Vegan Guide to Hua Hin helps too and will look to update it when we next visit. Our friends at World Vegan Travel suggested that we check out Olive Retreat at some stage which looks very good and offers all vegan food for their guests. We did find these couple of posts below that may also be of help:

Vegetarian Restaurants in Hua Hin from Renegade Travels
Hua Hin Vegan Travel Blogs from Vegan Travel

Vegan Food Quest in Thailand

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2 Comments

  1. Sanskar Shrivastava February 13, 2019 at 3:24 am - Reply

    Thai cuisine is one of my favourites. Though I have not been to Thailand, I have tried Thai food in different countries. As a vegetarian by birth who is exploring a vegan lifestyle, it is great to see so many vegan options in Hua Hin. Also, so cool to see so many types of plant-based milk in Evason Hua Hin.

    • Vegan Food Quest February 13, 2019 at 7:28 am - Reply

      Thank you for your comment Mr Sanskar! Thai cuisine is one of our favourites and the vegan versions still have all of the powerful flavour profiles. The variety of nut and seed milks at Evason Hua Hin is amazing, hopefully one day this will be the norm…

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