For veggies, flexitarians and raw food in Barcelona, plant-based dining has never felt so inspiring. Fresh, local fruits and vegetables (often organic) flow into the city from the surrounding farming areas, facilitating the growing wave of conscious, meat-free eating that’s causing Barcelona to rethink its meaty identity. Here’s our pick of 10 of the best vegetarian dining options.
Juice House is located in the buzzing barrio of Sant Antoni. It’s an airy, bare-brick, cacti-filled venue which prides itself on serving a good, health-conscious breakfast. Try the delicious oat and chia pancakes, or a creamy acai bowl with banana, coconut milk, homemade healthy granola and goji berries. For those craving something savory, organic eggs any style come with your choice of homemade pesto, avocado, asparagus, and pretty much anything else you fancy. Wash it down with a big zesty green juice.
The Juice House, Carrer del Parlament 12, Barcelona, Spain, + 34 931 171 515
Located in El Born, this healthy cooperative serves up fresh juices, hearty meals and homemade desserts in an eco-conscious environment. Featuring repurposed furniture and biodegradable utensils, this venue is ideal for a guilt-free, reasonably prices meal.
La Bascula de la Cereria, C/ Flassaders 30, Barcelona, Spain, + 34 933 199 866
Run by a collective of experimental vegan gourmands, Prana Kitchen delivers big on conscious cooking. It has its ideals firmly embedded in nutrient-dense food that blends Ayurveda and raw principles.It’s anything but standard vegan dishes, and the creative team behind Prana Kitchen rarely even follow a recipe, making dining here an unpredictable delight. Try a raw vegan ‘tuna’ wrap or a trio of mini veggie burgers.