I’m sure you don’t need an excuse to visit Barcelona and neither do as I my youngest sister, Nadine, lives there, sunny weather is pretty much guaranteed and a number of vegan eateries have opened up in the last few months.
C Dels Angels, 3 08001
Veggie Garden is just down the street from the MACBA, which is in a great location with outdoor seating. Rumor has it that Ramesh, who use to work for Juicy Jones, is the owner of this café/restaurant. I ordered a salad and some momos, but if I had known the portions were American sized, I would have skipped the momos, as they were nothing special. This did not stop me from adopting the bad habit of eating most of the food before I had photographed it.
Carrer de la Bòria, 17
08003 Barcelona, Spain
BOTIGA: Allada Vermelln,
19 I Tantarantana n, 22 – El Born
Was the last place on our eating tour. After Veggie Garden, we visited Cat Bar and Mosquito. You would think we had nothing better do to than eat, but you would be remiss as we tried to visit a few galleries and a bookshop, but no one seems to stick to posted opening times.
Vegan Bakery is near Museu de la Xocolata. It has only been open for a month or two, but it is well worth a stop. Again, I started on the cakes before taking a photo, but you can see why.
You’re probably wondering how did they get to so many places in one day? Well, we rented bikes from Barcelona Rent a Bike for a 24-hour period.
Next time you are in Barca, I suggest you do the same.
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