Located in Madrid, VEGA is hands-down, one of the best vegan restaurants in Spain. I ventured here, during my last day in Madrid, and couldn’t have asked for a better way to end my trip. Their “burrata” sobre aioli de ajo negro is delicious. The texture is so soft and melts in your mouth. For the main course, I recommend the zucchini lasagna with sundried tomato pesto cream. The zucchini lasagna is cooked to perfection and the sundried tomato pesto cream is packed with flavor. For dessert, I was thrilled to see they offered tiramisu. I have been in search of a good vegan tiramisu for years and VEGA absolutely nailed it.
One of the most famous vegan restaurants in Barcelona. Most items on their menu are vegan and gluten-free. I ordered the funghi croquette appetizer and the jackfruit, zucchini, and portabello green curry for the main course, both of which were delicious. For dessert, I was recommended to try the cookie and passionfruit cake and it certainly did not disappoint! It was the perfect balance of sweet and tart flavors.
Ever since I became plant-based, I have been on the hunt to find tasty vegan Mexican food, so when I came across Gallo Santo, I knew I had to give it a try. I am so glad I did! For starters, I had their coconut ceviche which was packed with flavor and spice! For my entrée, I ordered their “Tofish” tacos, with seaweed, cauliflower, and chipotle cream – truly the best tacos I have ever had!
I discovered The Green Spot, while on a vegan food tour, and went back again the next night for dinner. Their sweet potato pasta was delicious. I would recommend making a reservation.
This cute café, located in Palma de Mallorca, serves some delicious bites. I would recommend their chili vegano and sobrassada vegano. Sobrassada is typically a Spanish meat dish of raw, cured sausage made with ground pork, and paprika, but the vegan version served at this café is made using lentils and tomato paste.