Vegan Barcelona Tips for Restaurants, and More!
- 1 Best Vegan Barcelona Restaurants
- 2 Vegan Bakeries and Desserts
- 3 Vegan, Organic and Natural Food Stores
- 4 Vegan Barcelona Final Tips
Best Vegan Barcelona RestaurantsAddress: Carrer dels Tallers, 74b, 08001 Barcelona, SpainAddress:Carrer de Saneca, 4, 08006 Barcelona, SpainAddress: Carrer de Jovellanos, 2, 08001 Barcelona, Spain
VegetaliaVegetalia offers a set menu for lunch each day. You can chose between a starter plus dessert, main course plus dessert, or all three. A full lunch including a drink will cost about 15 euro. A unique feature of Vegetalia is that they are not only vegan but also gluten free and celiac friendly. This makes it the best vegan spot for those with celiac or severe gluten allergies.Vegetalia’s menu is based on traditional Spanish and Mediterranean foods, including vegan and gluten free pizza, paella, as well as fajitas, risotto, and more.Address: Carrer dels Escudellers, 54, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Bio BentoFor those craving Asian vegan food, Bio bento is a quick vegan lunch spot near the Sants area of Barcelona. Serving salads, bowls, and even burger, all made with fresh and organic ingredients, Bio Bento is another Vegan Barcelona favorite.Address: Carrer d’Ermengarda, 34, 08014 Barcelona, Spain
The Green SpotThe Green Spot offers a creative blend of vegan international fusion cuisine. Some of the interesting dishes include quesadillas with kimchi, pasta with almond cheese, and vegan key lime pie. There are also many rich and unique salads to compliment the pizza and pasta.Address: Carrer de la Reina Cristina, 12, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
Vegan Bakeries and Desserts
CrustoWith an appropriate name of Crusto, this vegan bakery has a mouth-water display of pastries and baked good, including many of the Spanish specialties. Here you can find vegan ensaimadas, Almond cake, andturrÃ³n, cupcakes, fruit tarts, and more.Address: Carrer de Ramon Turra, 201, 08005 Barcelona, Spain
DemasieFor perfectly frosted mini cupcakes and cinnamon rolls, all vegan, Demasie is the place to go. There are also doughnuts, and the traditional Spanish pastries (sort of like croissants) filled with chocolate. Be sure to ask, as not everything is 100% vegan, but many treats are!Address: Carrer de la Princesa, 28, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
La BesnetaLa Besneta serves a traditional selection of vegan treats. There are red velvet cupcakes, chocolate chip cookies, pancakes, carrot cake, and more. They also accept Bitcoin, which is an interesting progressive fact!Address: Carrer de Torrijos, 37, 08012 Barcelona, Spain
Vegan, Organic and Natural Food Storeswith 20 locations in Barcelona alone. You can find all types of organic, natural, and vegan food here. They have a bakery, prepared foods, fresh produce and more.Think of this as the Whole Foods of Spain. Each shop is smaller than a Whole Foods, but the quality of ingredients and variety make it even better.This is also the place to shop for special diet foods to bring home. Their line of gluten free pasta, for example, is better than you can find in the US. Not to mention those organic local olives and olive oil!
Vegans & Bio BarcelonaWith such a descriptive name, you can find a huge variety of vegan, natural, and organic foods at Vegans & Bio Barcelona. This is another good stop for special diets. As this market is specially focused on vegan foods, you can also find a variety of supplements, protein powders, and organic vegan food.Address: Avinguda Diagonal, 329, 08009 Barcelona, Spain
Organic MarketYes, it is simply called organic market! Although not specifically vegan, it is brimming with some of the most beautiful organic produce you will find. Feel like you’ve stepped back into an old-world local friendly market with this adorable shop full of local, organic produce. You can talk to the shopkeeper and find out which part of Spain the produce came from, and even when it was picked!Address: Carrer de Ramon Turró, 201, 08005 Barcelona, Spain
Vegan Barcelona Final TipsAs you can see from just this sampling of Barcelona’s vegan offerings, there is a plethora of healthy, interesting and delicious vegan food in Barcelona. In addition to all these restaurants, almost any restaurant will be happy to make you a salad or some other simple vegan option.Barcelona was a center of veganism and natural foods long before it became popular. For this reason, you will find some of the greatest variety of organic and vegan foods in the world, just wandering the streets of Barcelona. Wherever your journey takes you, enjoy the food, and enjoy the path!If you want a downloadable map with all the destinations mentioned in this article, you can download it here. I will receive a small commission for your purchase, at no additional cost to you (a subscription is the best deal!) To your health and to the health of our planet,Cheers!KimberlyWant to remember this? Post these Vegan Barcelona Tips for Restaurants, and More! to your favorite Pinterest board!
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