Thai Vegan Menu

Featuring all plant-based versions of traditional Thai dishes

Thai cuisine is the perfect starting point for satisfying vegan dishes due to its extensive use of fresh spices and herbs. Thai cooking generally centers on multi-dimensional seasoning, mixing salty and sweet, spicy and sour, even combinations of bitter, salty and sweet. Due to their natural aromatic quality, Thai vegan dishes leave diners both satisfied and experiencing a sense of healthy invigoration. Among the fresh ingredients we source daily for our dishes are chili pepper, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, galangal, turmeric, star anise, cardamom, cloves, cilantro and lime. The origins of Thai cuisine can be traced back to the ancient kingdom of Sukhothai, where the fertile lands and abundant resources of Thailand provided the foundation for this vibrant cuisine. Thai cuisine reflects the interconnectedness of Thailand's history, with influences from neighboring countries such as China, India, and Malaysia, as well as trade routes that brought spices and ingredients from as far away as the Middle East. At Chakra we focus primarily on the intersection of Thai and Indian cooking which most distinctly reveals itself in our curries. Additionally we are known for our noodle dishes with our unique take on Pad Thai, Pad See U and Drunken Noodles made using proprietary recipes that are also Jain and Swaminarayan friendly, creating a truly unique triple intersection of Thai, Indian and Chinese culture.


Our selection of salads


Our selection of soups


Side Dishes


Rice and Noodles

Additional Notes:

One of the defining features of Thai cuisine is its emphasis on fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Traditional Thai dishes incorporate a variety of vegetables, fruits, herbs, and spices, providing a broad spectrum of essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. The abundance of fresh produce contributes to a diet rich in fiber, which promotes digestive health and helps maintain a healthy weight. Authentic Thai cuisine tends to be low in processed and refined ingredients. By relying on fresh produce, herbs, and spices, Thai dishes minimize the intake of additives, preservatives, and unhealthy fats commonly found in processed foods. Choosing Thai food can be a healthy alternative for those looking to reduce their consumption of highly processed meals, contributing to better overall nutritional intake. Thai dishes incorporate a variety of ingredients that are rich in antioxidants, such as turmeric, ginger, and garlic. Antioxidants play a crucial role in neutralizing free radicals in the body, helping to protect cells from damage and reduce the risk of chronic diseases. The presence of these antioxidant-rich ingredients in Thai cuisine contributes to its potential to promote longevity and overall health.