Vegetarian Restaurant in Ipoh – There are plenty in Ipoh – you don’t have to worry about limited options! Rather, you have to worry about which one to choose!
We’ve tried to narrow it down but it still came to 15 (they’re just so many!).
By the way, the list does not include the Ipoh must-try food and biscuits – some of which are also vegetarian-friendly!
Take your pick from this list which includes vegetarian Japanese, Western, Chinese and Indian cuisine!
- Fu Tien Vegetarian Restaurant
- Vegan Delights Cafe
- Vegan Life (Vegetarian)
- Thin Hei Vegetarian Restaurant
- Jiu Jiu Fu Lamak Restaurant (99福素食館)
- Home Recipe (一家人)
- GB Vegetarian Burger
- Su Sum (Vegetarian)
- Yun Ji Vegetarian
- Tandoor Grill
- Chow Yang Vegetarian (朝阳素食)
- Jeram Lui Cha At Kedai Kopi Chor Kee
- Seong Man (上文)
15 Best Vegetarian Restaurants In Ipoh
How often do you come across a dedicated vegetarian Japanese restaurant?
The creative meat-free sushi and bento boxes are delicious!
By the way, their mango sushi roll is an absolute must-try!
This vegetarian restaurant stays true to its name and comes highly recommended!
They also have fantastic vegan cakes!
There’s too many good things to say about it:
- Affordable food
- Good service
- Comfortable and clean environment
- Variety in the menu
- Staff are hired from the deaf-mute community
- Ample parking
- Lamb (mock) burger
- Tofu salad
- Blueberry cake
- Lemongrass tea
- Pandan cake
A couple shop lots away from Vegan Delights Cafe is good old Yishensu:
Looks like a typical Chinese restaurant but this one serves vegetarian food!
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Have some cruelty-free meals here in a nice cafe setting!
Bak kut teh is typically made with meat (pork) and herbs but they have taken a vegan spin on this Chinese broth dish!
- Bak Kut Teh
- Green curry
Extensive menu of delicious vegan food in a nice Chinese restaurant setting:
They’re very creative when it comes to their use of mushrooms!
PS: Portions are quite large here
Quaint restaurant with air-conditioning.
Food is tasty and reasonably priced.
This place is very popular during dinner time!
- Salted fish beansprouts
- Stir-fried vegetables
- Tomyam fish
- Curry lamb
Home Recipe has a large selection of dishes in their menu.
Moderately priced food in a pleasant setting.
- Claypot noodles
- Fried stinky toufu
- Fried dumpings
- Fish head noodles
- Green curry noodles
- Tom yam fried rice
- Chicken chop with mushroom sauce
As the name suggests, they specialize in vegetarian burgers!
The thing is though, there is a long waiting time (1 to 2 hours) and it’s best you order online through their Facebook or call the phone number (+6016-652 3213) before you go!
Not just for good bubble tea:
18CTEA has a very agreeable environment for having vegetarian pasta and a cup of milk tea to accompany it.
Most bubble tea shops in Malaysia don’t normally serve meals, let alone vegetarian ones!
Note: The tea comes in those disposable plastic cups with plastic straws.
Recommended dishes: Carbonara spaghetti
Environment here may be lacking but you can get a affordable and healthy vegetarian meal here!
Recommended dishes: Vegetarian shark fin soup
Another place to get cheap and delicious vegetarian meals in a simple but clean setting!
You can choose the size of your dishes – small or large.
Note: Hope you’re not too hungry because their serving times are not the fastest!
Recommended dishes: Assam fried fish, Fried Sang Mee
Delicious and authentic Indian food in a posh setting! It’s not all vegetarian though. Choose from their ala carte menu – they have many vegetarian options!
They serve mocktails as well.
Note: Slightly pricey and service can be slow.
- Naan basket
- Mango Kulfi
- Palak Paneer
Appearance-wise, this restaurant resembles many other Chinese restaurants in Ipoh:
They serve palatable Chinese vegetarian dishes including noodles! Reasonably priced. Huge portions!
- Call them first if you plan to have dinner there.
- They do cater to many events like weddings, festivities, funeral gatherings, company dinners and may be booked for the evening!
Recommended dishes: Assam fish or other fake meat dishes
If you’ve never tried this Hakka vegetarian dish before, now’s your chance!
The unmistakable green soup that accompanies a bowl of rice is a blended and boiled concoction of Thai basil, mint, coriander leaves and guava shoots.
It’s slightly bitter and you either love it or hate it!
Other ingredients are the toppings on the rice – these could be bits of tofu, peanuts, cut beans, spinach, etc.
There’s one very acclaimed food stall (Jeram Lui Cha) in Ipoh Garden South (Taman Ipoh Selatan) that specializes in this distinct dish:
The owner is an elderly man and his son has another hawker stall (Jeram Wah Chai Lui Cha) opposite Maxis center in Greentown Ipoh that also sells lui cha (or lei cha).
But loyal patrons will insist that the father’s lui cha is still the best!
PS: I’m fully aware that a food stall may not qualify as a restaurant! But this one is exceptionally good.
Alternative 1: Jeram Wah Chai Lui Cha 也南華仔擂茶 @ Kopitiam GT
Alternative 2: Purple Cane Ipoh Tea House
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Made to look like an old tea house dotted with Chinese antiques, this quiant restaurant has a lovely lunch set, cakes and a large selection of chinese tea!
It’s not fullly vegetarian but they have vegetarian options!
A very cozy spot for yumcha!
Looking for vegetarian food in Ipoh is all too easy. But just in case, take this list of vegetarian restaurants in Ipoh with you!
Which one are of these restaurants are you most eager to try? Leave a comment below!