Chill-Out and Dine @ Biah Biah, Ubud Bali

Hi guys,

This restaurant not only serves vegan/vegetarian food options but it is also set in a relaxing and cozy atmosphere with free WIFI- and is totally affordable!

Check it out when you are in Ubud, Bali.

I just loved eating there as it had this tropical ‘chill-out feeling’ to it with the set up and the relaxing music they played. You just felt like you are sitting in Paradise-which you were. And the food was just finger -licking-good  🙂

We always went there “Off-peak meal times” as it got really busy during lunch or dinner time and you had to wait in a cue to get a seat- which was not so relaxing anymore. So if you go between 3pm to 5pm its much better!

 

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The Location:

 

 

Prices:
The prices range between 30k to 70k (3 AUD/ 2.80 USD to 7 AUD/6.70 USD) . Lucky for us veggos our food ranges in the 30k (2.90 USD/3 AUD/ 2.50 EUR) mark 🙂

 

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The dishes:

Vegetarian Gado Gado

Price:
20k (1.90 USD/ 2 AUD/ 1.70 EUR)

 

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This is one of Bali’s signature dishes and here they serve the vegetarian version of it as well 🙂

In the center you have steamed white rice and surrounding it you find 5 vegetarian dishes and some veggie chips.

  1. Green beans with a peanut sauce
  2. Sautéed green veggies with peanuts sauce
  3. Tempeh and tofu sautéed in a sweet sour sauce
  4. Cold spinach salad topped with shredded Coconut
  5. Half boiled egg with spicy sauce (vegans just leave it out)

 

Stir fried Rice Noodles (optional yellow noodles)

Price:
25 k (2.50 AUD / 2.30 USD /2 EUR)

 

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Nice and light: Rice noodle sautéed with Asian green leafy veggies, carrots and white cabbage and for proteins added crispy fried tempeh, peanuts and tofu.

I always chose the rice noodles instead of the yellow noodles as it is gluten free and lighter for you stomach and digestion 🙂

 

Desserts:

 

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Warm brown sticky rice pudding topped with coconut milk:

Lightly sweet and just hitting the sweet spot! We ordered this dish every single time we went there:)

 

Conclusion:

Well, what can I say. We went back there several times! So I totally recommend it!

 

Happy Travels and Bon Appetite!

 

XOX Rosa

 

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2 thoughts on “Chill-Out and Dine @ Biah Biah, Ubud Bali

    1. Hi Ilona. I am glad that my blog is showing you that you can eat vegan elsewhere. This is one of the reasons I am writing the restaurant reviews.

      S.E. Asia is fantastic as it is so diverse and yummy!!! I find it is one of the easiest ways to eat vegan/vegetarian here as they eat lots of veggies. Only thing to watch out for is the fish and oyster sauces. They love to smother the food with it 😦

      Other than that is real easy and delish! Hope u get the change to come here one day 🙂
      XOX Rosa

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