best vegan restaurants in Jeju


Are you planning a trip to Jeju and want to eat healthy? Well, you’ve come to the right place then. Jeju is probably the most vegan-friendly place in South Korea.

In this post, we’ve listed the 10 best vegan restaurants in Jeju.

Bon appetit!


Jeju 901 is one of our favorite Vegan restaurants in Jeju. The food is so good, so healthy, and nicely presented. The restaurant is surrounded by nature, making it such a peaceful place to relax.

The beauty of Jeju 901, is that it is not only a restaurant but also a retreat offering fitness classes such as yoga and a beautiful bedroom for your stay in Jeju. Check out their website here.

Location: here

And Yu Cafe is one of the most well-known vegan restaurants in Jeju. They are most famous for their delicious vegan burgers. If you are really hungry, head to And Yu Cafe right now! You’ll love it.

Here is their website: www.andyucafe.net

Location: here

Best Vegan restaurants in Jeju

Dasoni serves Korean Vegan food in a beautiful traditional setting. This place is located near Jeju city. You can make it your first stop after landing in Jeju. The restaurant is very cute and feels super cozy.

Location: here

Tropical Hideaway is not 100% Vegan, but they do have amazing vegan options, such as Hummus or Mushroom Sandwiches. This place doesn’t only serve amazing food, but for us, it is one of the most stunning places in Jeju.

Directly facing the sea, we could spend hours there just chilling. Make sure to check it out if you visit Jeju, you won’t regret it!

Tropical Hideaway is also a resort, you can check out their website here.

Location: here

If you are craving delicious Mexican food, search no longer, head to Woljeongri, and look out for Tacomassim. They have 1 vegan option for what is for us the best tacos in the whole of South Korea. Yes, we mean it! Their tacos are so good and so fresh. It’s unbelievable.

Tacomassim is located in one of our favorite areas of Jeju, in Woljeongri.

Location: here


If you want fresh and locally produced meals, head to Sunshine Walk vegan restaurant in the southern part of Jeju. There you can enjoy vegan cheese, organic jam, and dairy-free coffee in such a gorgeous setting.

This would be perfect to feed your Instagram with new content 🙂

Location: here

In Vegan Small Kitchen in Jeju, you will see some of the most beautiful vegan plates full of flowers. Small kitchen specialized in Korean vegan food such as Bimbimbap with wildflowers, stir-fried cake, or vegan sushi. It’s simply delicious but also gorgeous!

Location: here

Best Vegan restaurants in Jeju

If you’ve never tried temple food in Korea, this is the perfect place. This vegetarian (not vegan) restaurant serves traditional temple food such as steamed rice wrapped in Lotus Leaf, fried mushrooms, and seed noodle soup.

Location: here

If you are craving a nice veggie curry, then head to Gittnn, they will serve you a beautiful Indian vegetarian curry with samosa. It’s delicious and healthy and you can enjoy a beautiful view of Jeju’s emerald sea.

Location: here

This very cute boutique also serves delicious food. Not everything is vegan, but they do offer vegan cake and soymilk options. They also have a few vegetarian dishes. We simply love this place and all the decorations. Besides, the owner is so nice!

Location: here (be aware that it is not easy to find the place)

In Conclusion – Is Jeju Vegan Friendly?

Jeju Island, may not be as vegan-friendly as some other places in Asia, but you can still find great vegan options if you know where to look. At least Jeju is certainly the most Vegan-Friendly place in South Korea.

We hope that you enjoyed our list of the best vegan restaurants in Jeju. As new restaurants and cafes constantly open up, we will keep updating this post. You can subscribe to our newsletter below to get the latest updates. For more posts about South Korea, check out this link.

If you are preparing your trip to Jeju, check out the best things to do on the island here.


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