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Though not exactly inundated with vegetarian restaurants, Seville is not – as it’s often said to be – a barren wasteland for non-meat eaters. Most places are happy to cater for vegetarians and can provide meat-free dishes if required. The restaurants and cafes we’ve collected below go further, offering vegetarians an extensive range of quality, reasonably priced options from which to choose.
Consistently rated as one of the top vegetarian-friendly restaurants in Seville, Gaia nestles on a quiet little side street by the Plaza de Armas bus station, well off the beaten track. It’s worth nosing out for the wide selection of vegetarian and vegan food, though – especially its desserts, which have (Seville’s few) non-carnivores returning again and again. Service can be a little slow at times, as its small space can hold a surprising number of guests, but it’ll be worth the wait. In any case, you can enjoy a tasty organic beer from their impressive selection while you wait.
Breakfast is an important meal and social occasion in Spain, with workers often taking a break for it at about 11am (imagine asking for an hour off for breakfast in the UK….) Where better to head when in Seville, then, than a wonderfully-decorated café known for offering one of the best breakfasts in the city? Vegetarians will not be bored or disappointed here: a huge range of fresh juices and organic coffees is available, as are delicious homemade jams and marmalades, pastries and tarts (the carrot cake is incredible). La Cacharreri is small, but it’s worth waiting around for a table as breakfast here will set any vegetarian up for the day.