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Vegetarian and vegan

Organic and Vegan Restaurant in Barcelona

Written by Michael

Only a few minutes from the Mercat de La Boqueria you can find Petit Brot, an organic and raw vegan restaurant with a cold-press juicery as well. It is a good spot and not too big, if you want to enjoy something organic, and if you would rather sit down while eating. Today, ShBarcelona will tell you a bit more about Petit Brot.

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The philosophy

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Petit Brot‘s policy is to use local ingredients that are only available during particular seasons – something that most of us applaud. The menu del dia is always a good way of having a meal in Spain without spending three times the amount, and if you scan through all the pictures that have been taken from Petit Brot’s food, there’s no need to think twice about going here. The freshness and colours of the soups, salads, vegetable pastas, crackers and desserts leave a lasting image in your mind, and you will start looking for your favourite dish on the menu once you get there. There is also a choice of raw and vegan desserts such as brownies and cheese cakes with every kind of local fruit imaginable. It’s all bio and ecological there is enough to keep a vegan’s tummy content. They also have a good range of living cold-pressed juices for your well-being.

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It is easy to pass the light green-blue coloured entrance door, when you are not specifically looking for this restaurant. But once you spot the tray with sprouts or micro-greens outside, you know you have arrived exactly at the right location. Although it is not very big inside, the rustic and simple walls give the interior an airy and industrial atmosphere, and the wooden chairs lend a cosier feel to the place. Big, black chalkboards above the counter and on the walls provide all the information you need to make a choice (or doubt a little longer in all honesty), and there is this kind of quiet atmosphere, that means you could even hold a meeting over lunch. This is truly one of the greatest organic restaurant we have ever been to in Barcelona, and although it is a bit pricy, it offers the best quality food for the average globe-trotting vegans.

Have you been to Petit Brot? What is your favourite item on the menu?

About the author


Michael is a vegetarian, dog-loving, kindle-clutching, sunshine-seeking, adventure-obsessed, responsibility-dodging gypsy who has spent much of the last five years exploring Spain and parts of Europe.

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