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Best Vegan Restaurants in Barcelona

Travelling around as a vegan can be frustrating and time-consuming, but luckily in Barcelona you don’t have to worry about finding a nice place to eat. There is a surprising number of restaurants that are 100% vegan, and even more restaurants that are starting to provide vegan options in their menu. We can’t wait to show you the best vegan places in Barcelona, from bakeries to take-aways.

1# El Cafe Blueproject

El Café Blueproject is one of the few 100% organic and raw food restaurants in the city, but it is more than just a place to eat. As the name says it, it is an art project. The café supports the ‘’Blueproject Foundation’’, in where they strive for a cozy place to make everyone feel at home, while bringing together artists and creative thinkers who would like to bring their ideas into reality.

They express this focus in their food and are dedicated in creating unique dishes by using only natural ingredients. The café offers a selection of dishes that differs every week depending on the products that are in season at that time. This place is must if you are a fan of art and you would like to enjoy their colorful meals that are bursting with flavor.

Address: Carrer de la Princesa, 57, 08003 Barcelona
Opening hours: Monday closed. Tuesday – Sunday open from 10 a.m till 8 p.m

2# Veggie Garden

This Asian-themed café is located just around the corner from the MACBA. The restaurant offers a great amount of Indian and Nepalese dishes, but they also have veggie burgers and healthy juices filled with plenty of vitamins, all for a very reasonable price. The place is usually packed with people, so make sure you come at a good time to assure you have a spot, because you do not want to miss this.

Address: Carrer dels Àngels, 3, 08001 Barcelona
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday open from 12.30 p.m till 11.30 p.m

3# Petit Brot

If you are looking for a spot to grab a quick bite, Petit Brot is the place to go. This juice bar in Raval is totally raw, 100% organic, and they make their products with mostly local ingredients. Their focus is on creating vibrant, nutritious foods that make your tasty buds tingle. Make sure you get a hold of their cold-pressed juices or superfood smoothies while you’re there, and don’t forget to combine it with one of their cakes, salads or savory snacks, like their kale chips.

Address: Carrer del Dr. Dou, 10, 08001 Barcelona
Opening hours: Tuesday closed. Wednesday – Monday open from 12 p.m till 5 p.m

4# Santoni Café

Unfortunately, there a currently no bakeries yet that offer purely vegan products, but there are a few that have suitable options for vegans. One of them is Santoni Café, located in Raval. Besides having vegan pizza, they have delicious vegan croissants and other products to please your sweet tooth. Check it out if you want to enjoy some good coffee, classic Spanish empanadas, cakes, muffins, you name it.

Address: Ronda de Sant Antoni, 63, 08011 Barcelona
Opening hours: Sunday closed. Monday – Saturday open from 8.30 a.m till 8.30 p.m

5# Vegetart

Don’t have time to eat out in a restaurant or to make your own food? Don’t worry! Vegetart, located in Gracia, is here to feed your cravings. This tiny take away place is budget-friendly, perfect for people who are looking to save some money, but who still want to enjoy nutritious meals. We recommend trying their vegan ‘tortilla de patata’ for only 1.50€ a slice, made with chickpea flour. Pick up some food from there and share it with friends in the nearby park, or enjoy it in the comfort of your own home after a long day.

Address: Carrer del Torrent de l’Olla, 138, 08012 Barcelona
Opening hours: Sunday closed. Monday – Friday open from 12 p.m till 8 p.m. Saturday open till 3.30 p.m

 6# Bar Celoneta Sangria

During the summer times, you want nothing more than to share ice cold Sangria with your friends, while enjoying a cozy dinner at the beach. Bar Celoneta Sangria is the place to visit. Don’t miss out on ‘’Paella Thursday’’ and treat yourself to their delicious vegan paella, or enjoy their raw pesto zucchini pasta, tapas, or juicy burgers. No matter what you choose, this restaurant will make sure you will create some meaningful memories.

Address: Carrer de Sevilla, 70, 08003 Barcelona
Opening hours: Tuesday closed. Monday – Friday open from 5 p.m till 11 p.m
Saturday 1 p.m – 11 p.m      Sunday 1 p.m – 7 p.m

7# Dolce Pizza y los Veganos

Dolce Pizza y los Veganos has by far the best vegan pizza in the city. Even though it categorizes itself as a vegetarian pizzeria, about half or their dishes are vegan. They top their pizzas with their homemade vegan cheese, made from tofu and carrots. Besides pizza, they also offer salads and hamburgers.

Address: Carrer d’Hipòlit Lázaro, 34, 08025 Barcelona
Opening hours: everyday open from 12.30 p.m – 4 p.m and 8 p.m – 11 p.m

8# Teresa Carles

Last, but definitely not least. If you are looking for a place that is a bit more fancy than the average restaurant, it has to be Teresa Carles. Their goal is to make healthy, sustainable and overall tasty food. Choose a dish out of their diverse menu and we promise you, you will not be disappointed. If you want to impress your date, friends, or family, this is the one.

Address: Carrer de Jovellanos, 2, 08001 Barcelona
Opening hours: everyday open from 9 a.m till 11.30 p.m

 

 

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Hi! I am Noya, from the Netherlands and currently living in Barcelona. I am a people person, enjoy living life and having fun. I am constantly looking for ways to develop myself and to gain experience with different challenges that come across my path.

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