Tuesday, 18 March 2014

... and Barcelona once again!



One of the last veggie places in Barcelona that we visited:

Amaltea


Seitan Scallopini, Amaltea, Barcelona, vegan

Not all meals were vegan, but a menu in English was available and the waitress also helped us to choose proper meals.

Amaltea, Barcelona, vegan
Bio Plate

 Amaltea, Barcelona, vegan
Cream Soup

Seitan Scallopini, Amaltea, Barcelona, vegan
Seitan Scallopini

Amaltea, Barcelona, vegan
Stew

Amaltea, Barcelona, vegan
Apple-crumble

Amaltea, Barcelona, vegan
Espresso

Amaltea, Barcelona, vegan

The food was all right. Maybe not the best in the world, but at least it wasn't another veggie burger and roll but more like a 'normal' dinner.

There was also a buffet available there. But. for us, it was safer to order vegan options rather than guessing what was vegan or not.

Our second visit at Juicy Jones. We like to visit places that are 100% vegan because there is no hassle with choosing and no disappointment that, for example, no dessert is vegan ;)


Juicy Jones


Vegan, Barcelona, menu


We chose different meals from previously to try more options from the menu. That day, we were offered a glass of wine that was included in the menu price.

Juicy Jones, vegan, Barcelona
Catalan tomato bread
I really liked hummus with carrot sticks and cucumber. I usually eat hummus with bread and I forgot how well it works with veggies. 

Juicy Jones, vegan, Barcelona
Hummus

Juicy Jones, vegan, Barcelona
Soup

Juicy Jones, vegan, Barcelona
Polenta



Juicy Jones, vegan, Barcelona
Risotto

Juicy Jones, vegan, Barcelona
Cheesecake and apple-crumble

So it was one of the last vegan stops in Barcelona. On the day of our flight home, we managed to grab some delicious cakes from Lujuria Vegana and I regret now that we didn't buy more and we also didn't take any pics (we had to rush to the airport). I  can assure you that they were one of the most delicious cakes I've ever tried. I wish we had gone to that place earlier ;)

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