First place that we visited was Teresa Carles-cocina vegetariana. The first thing that you see next to the entrance is a counter that looks like vegetable shop, with baskets of fruits and vegetables everywhere. They use all of them to make fresh juices.
|Black Rice Risotto|
It was the first time that I have tried a chia seeds pudding. It had a very interesting flavour - delicate. I will have to make something similar at home. Need to buy chia seeds...
|Chia Seeds Pudding|
It was supposed to be only our lunch, but it was three courses, so we actually ended up eating two dinners at that day. Later in the evening, we went to Juicy Jones. This place is 100% VEGAN. It wasn't as 'posh' and had a 'hippie' atmosphere, with wall paintings, no tea or coffee available only hundreds of juices, smoothies, etc. And of course food, food, food.
It was a very good deal, a three-course meal for 9.50 Euro. Hence why we ended up eating a second dinner. You only live once, so we had to try all those goodies (and it was the only place we ate in twice during the week).
Vegan smoothies... On the left is Strawberry Merry. Don't remember the name of the other one, it was something with banana I think.
Barcelona is famous for its shop shutter art as you can see below.
I don't want to squeeze all the photos and descriptions into one post, so I'll continue our 'vegan-Barcelona experience' in the next one. Yes, this was only the first day, but don't worry, I will not describe all seven days separately! However, I have other interesting places to show you.
See you soon!
|'Remember who you are'|