7 Top Vegetarian Restaurants In Valencia
While Spain is hardly a vegetarian-friendly country, if you look for vegan or vegetarian restaurants in Valencia, there are quite a few yummy options. Find below 7 top vegetarian restaurants that serve mouth-watering plant-based dishes!
If you’re a vegetarian looking for a place to recharge after exploring one of many things to do in Valencia head to this amazing restaurant in the Old Quarter for delicious hummus and guac, vegan burgers and pasta.
The service is friendly and you will be pleasantly surprised with your bill.
This is a mostly vegetarian restaurant, although there are a few vegan options available too.
Lunch is always a pre-set menu (at a very good price). For dinner you can order a la carte.
Bonus: since this restaurant is in Ruzafa, you have an abundance of bars to have a drink at after your late Spanish dinner.
Another vegetarian restaurant in Ruzafa. The menu includes guacamole with yams, Tonkatsu spring rolls, vegan ice cream.
There is a kids menu available!
Here is a takeaway vegan place. Delicious açai bowls, burgers, wraps and cakes.
Located on Caballeros street that all tourists walk on at some point during their stay.
A vegetarian restaurant located near the Botanical Gardens.
Simple and hearty homemade dishes. Apart from salads try croquettes, puréed soups, tofu based dishes and cakes.
There are tasting menus for couples based on vegan, vegetarian or gluten-free options.
Make a reservation and always aks for a table in the covered terrace at the back. Much nicer than the front part of the restaurant.
Here is an informal café in the northern part of the Old Town.
A pleasant sunny terrace outside.
Delicious vegan curried lasagne at La Tastaolletes.
Is vegan fast food possible? Yes – taste delicious vegan burgers, fries, cookies and cakes!
So I hope you will enjoy good vegetarian restaurants in Valencia with the help of this list. And if you also love wine, join me on a vegetarian-adaptable tapas & wine tour! On this semi-private tour you will get to know hidden gems in beautiful non-touristy areas and taste lots of delicious authentic foods in a small group.
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