Vegetarian in Barcelona Part I – Flax & Kale

I moved to Barcelona quite sceptical about the food panorama at first, not eating meat and all. Now, almost a year later (wow, time flies!) while I look back and think of all the great food I have eaten here, I couldn’t be happier with what the city has to offer.

Healthier and more creative cuisine is coming to the forefront, and the city finally has a booming veggie-friendly scene that looks like it is here to stay. The growing list of places with plenty of meat-free options around town means it’s possible for vegetarians to finally escape the routine of eating out on a limited menu while their carnivorous companions have it made. Here’s the first of a series of plant packed restaurants that will make all veggies happy.

Healthy, tasty & sustainable!

The ‘flexitarian’ menu at Flax and Kale will please both vegetarians and their pescatarian friends. The menu is chock-full of veggie goodness—hearty salads, hummus platters, flavoursome pastas and raw dishes abound—with a dose of blue fish-based dishes for those looking to stock up on their omega 3s.

On weekends you will find this place jammed packed with trendy people searching for healthy brunch options and a cool place to drink cold pressed juices, veggie mylks or a healthy smoothie while catching up on life. How can you resist with  awesome names like: virus killer and party recovery? You’ll find one you fall in love with for sure.

Fit Little Hippie picks:

Go for Sunday brunch, you may have to wait for a bit, but it’s a great atmosphere to be in.

The vegan vampire cold pressed juice:  ginger + lemon + pear + pineapple + orange + carrot + beetroot

Avocado toast: thick whole grain toast topped with mashed avo and seeds.

Almond milk coffee. Creamy cup of goodness!

 

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Hummus & veggie platter to share! Worth a try.

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Brunch time! Avocado toast and coconut yogurt and granola.

Fit Little Hippie Flax and Kale

Amazonian superfood smoothie bowl!

 

Find them in the trendy neighbourhood of El Raval at Carrer Tallers 74

 and on Instagram @flaxandkale for mouthwatering food pics!

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