While we were in Hat Yai we managed to find a shophouse style vegan & vegetarian cafe and shop. The food was pretty good and we ate there a few days running. I’ve no idea what the shop is called because the sign outside just said “all dishes 30 baht”. Click here to book a room at the excellent U Hat Yai Hotel.
All the above for just 30 baht (under $1). Amazing. The food was pretty tasty as well.
All the food is pre-cooked, and when we visited they usually had a choice for 6-8 hot dishes. Above is just four of them. You also get a big plate of fresh veggies to munch on.
The shop was simple, but comfortable, with plenty of seating.
As well as serving vegetarian and vegan food, there was also a shop that sold a wide selection of foods to take away, supplements and toiletries.
The owner makes organic soap and some other products herself. We bought a few bars of soap and they were really great.
We aren’t sure of the exact address, but Google Maps shows it as 222 Supasarnrangsan Road. This might be a number of a nearby or opposite shop, so just look for that address and then you’ll see the shop nearby. You can’t miss the big yellow sign.
Hat Yai Vegetarian Details
Location: At or near 222 Supasarnrangsan Road
Opening Hours: Not sure, but around probably around 08:00-18:00
For other vegetarian & vegan cafes and restaurants in Hat Yai, check out the Happy Cow Hat Yai page. The above place isn’t listed there though.
Where To Stay in Hat Yai
We stayed at the very clean and friendly U Hat Yai Hotel. See U Hat Yai Hotel Review for details of our stay or click here to book a room at U Hat Yai. For other great hotels in Hat Yai, head over to Agoda Hat Yai. This hotel was about a 5-minute walk from the vegetarian shop.
If you’re planning to visit Hat Yai from Bangkok, be sure to check Bangkok to Hat Yai by train.