More of a bar than a restaurant, TS – A Casa is another Santiago de Compostela offering. It’s vegetarian, vegan and gay-friendly all wrapped into one, and is the perfect spot for a night out, pairing your favourite cocktail with one of their delicious tapas plates. Think hummus and pita bread; toasts topped with spinach, cheese, walnuts and pears; grilled vegetable stacks; and freshly baked focaccias. It’s not only the food and the drinks that are good here though, you’ll also love the decor with its bare brick walls covered in fairy lights and bold colourful paintings of exotic animals.
Another excellent spot for vegetarians in A Coruña is Corners Cafe Bar. A macrobiotic bar, it serves up Japanese and Mediterranean cuisine, as well as traditional Spanish. Try their great value menu of the day, featuring a starter, main and dessert for a set price. They also serve tasty fruit shakes, cakes, brownies and cookies – perfect for an afternoon pick-me-up.
Located in a lovely square in the historic quarter of A Coruña, A Vella may at first appear to be a speciality coffee shop and great breakfast place, but in fact it also serves great vegan and vegetarian options too. Sit out on the terrace surrounded by leafy trees and enjoy their menu of the day or simply a great coffee and a croissant.
Situated in the Galician city of Vigo, Bambu is an excellent choice, offering some of the tastiest vegetarian food around. The set menu changes daily, so you never know what you’re going to get, but you can always guarantee it will be fresh and delicious. Some of the dishes featured include cream of leek and pear soup with saffron, and baked black beans with cous cous and feta. They also offer Asian-inspired dishes such as Indian pakoras and cauliflower and coconut curry.
The most stylish offering on our list is Cúrcuma restaurant, located in Vigo. Meaning Turmeric, the restaurant serves up delicious plates in an elegant atmosphere. For starters you can choose between dishes such as salads, soups or quiches; while mains consist of plates such as seitan stuffed aubergines, veggie burgers, risottos and vegetable moussakas. Don’t forget to leave room for dessert to sample choices which include chocolate tart, cheesecake and homemade ice cream. Cúrcuma is primarily a vegetarian restaurant, although vegan options can also be made upon request.
Another great vegetarian option in Vigo is Galgala Vegetariano, a cosy place that feels like a country kitchen, with huge wooden cupboards, tiled floors and chunky wooden pillars. In the shop at the front, glass cases are filled with vegetarian pies, tarts and quiches, while the restaurant serves a daily changing menu. Think avocado and mango salad, followed by a vol-au-vent of vegetables, poached eggs and mushroom sauce. Desserts include coffee and chocolate tart, homemade yogurt with lemon cream and blueberry cheesecake.