Among all the jamón iberico, seafood and tapas, many vegetarians get a little bit lost. Yes, we can ask for a Spanish omelet or veggie paella in any random restaurant, but if you’d like to try quality meat-free Catalan cuisine, these are 5 perfect places where you’ll be able to taste the difference. Here’s our list of the best vegetarian restaurants in Barcelona, including vegan options too!
This family run restaurant has become a reference in the capital’s vegetarian restaurant radar. Chef Teresa Carles offers a fresh menu which varies daily, with plenty of vegan options, daily brunches, fresh juices and plenty of adapted typical dishes such as black rice or coca de recapte. It is advisable to book in advance or be prepared to wait for a while as it gets pretty busy at midday.
Timetable: From 09:00h to 23:30h
Adress: Jovellanos,2 , Barcelona
Hidden in an old building at the edge of El Raval, Sesamo offers classy vegetarian tapas. A cute menu which clearly marks vegan options takes us through a tapas trip across the world. From baked potatoes with tasty sauces to provolone with cherry tomatoes, this is the perfect place for a romantic dinner.
Timetable:Tuesday to Sunday from 19:30h to 24h
Adress: Carrer de Sant Antoni Abat, 52, Barcelona
One of the most veteran veggies in Barcelona, Self-Naturista is the perfect place for an informal, non-expensive lunch with quality food. Its self-service bar offers plenty of salad varieties, plus a wide range of hot meals and amazing sweets for just over 10 €. Get your tray and take advantage of menu prices at midday.
Adress:Carrer de Santa Anna, 15, Barcelona
Organic’s concept is to serve slow fast food, which consists of 100% organic food served as a quick meal. Just off Les Rambles, this is also a good option for a quick meal, even with take-away options. Create your own salad with loads of different ingredients, get a veggie sandwich on the go or choose from their rice and pasta options.
Adress:Urquinaona, 14, Barcelona
This stylish restaurant is a veggie bistro where we can find many vegetarian tapas such as the Catalan Escalivada, patatas bravas or an original ajoblanco and the most unusual combinations. The set menu has plenty of vegan and gluten-free options. An incredible option if you’re a slow food lover, as all the ingredients are grown and bough locally.
Timetable:Tuesdays from 13h to 17h , Wednesdays to Sundays 13h to 24h-
Adress: Carrer del Palau, 5, Barcelona
Do you know of any other vegetarian restaurants in Barcelona that you love? Have you ever been to any of these and would like to share your opinion? Don’t hesitate and comment!