Valencia was a real discovery, especially at food level.
Many, many vegan places or almost and with a truly surprising and innovative offer. Four days wasn’t enough to try all the places we had in mind.
The things you can’t lose are fresh horchata, paella Valenciana, which, in many places also not vegan, can be found 100 % Vegetable, and ham Pringles easily available in supermarkets.
So, here you are 7 places to eat vegan in Valencia.
Carrer de Quart, 41b, Valencia
This is the perfect place for real burger lovers!
A wide offer for all tastes, including a sandwich with the Quorn schnitzel and delicious sweets. You can’t miss Maui, an almond-based ice cream that you can garnish as you prefer.
Carrer dels Cavallers, 45, Valencia
In the heart of Barrio del Carmen, this tiny fast food offers vegan junk food to lick your moustache: kebab wraps, burritos, burgers, sandwiches and much more prepared at the moment. The only flaw is that it’s so small that it can contain maximum two people sitting, but it absolutely worth it!
Av. de França, 36, Valencia
The name says it all, cereals from all over the world really for all tastes. The most beautiful thing is that it’s unexpectedly vegan friendly, in fact you can choose between oat, soy and coconut milk. Perfect for a breakfast or snack that will charge you in a super colorful location!
Carrer de Dénia, 18, Valencia
If you want to try real spanish tapas in vegan key this place is what it does for you. The proposal changes every day and occasionally you can find vegan paella and the beer it’s pretty good. The only bad thing is they only speak spanish and accept only payement in cash.
Plaça de Vannes, 7, Valencia
A totally vegan all you can eat with mostly Asian food, very similar to Loving Hut, with the difference that here you eat with 8 Euro per person drinks excluded. Couldn’t miss in our list of where to eat vegan in Valencia!
Gran Via del Marqués del Túria, 58, Valencia
A vegan bistro in the centre of Valencia offering a delicious and sophisticated cuisine with typical Spanish dishes. Very cute also the shop with a cruelty free clothing line that you can find inside the restaurant. Great for brunch lovers too.
Carrer de Pere III el Gran, 26, Valencia
A coffee near the city centre with an excellent offer for breakfast with croissants and cakes, but also tapas, burgers, empanadas and much more. Beautiful location furnished with plants and wooden furniture. If you prefer to eat outdoors they also have a beautiful dehor.
Have you tried any of these restaurants or do you have any more to propose?
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