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Vegetarian, Vegan and Healthy in Madrid

Because it is important to be healthy when eating out, MuchBites has found some places in Madrid providing organic options, fresh produce, super foods and also catering to vegetarians and vegans. Each place has its own offer, try it and find out why MuchBites recommends it, maybe you’ll fall in love too and possibly change your diet
Nest Organic – Moda Shopping Centre, Santiago Bernabeu.

Nest Organic

A restaurant offering a varied menu suitable for both vegetarians and vegans. All the products used are organic and of high quality. They have two specialised vegan chefs offering a variety of raw vegan dishes. They also have an excellent cold press juice bar with a huge variety of super foods such as chia seeds, goji berries and kale. The juice bar also offers a range of shots for energy, detox and de-stressing. A great spot for the health conscious.
C/ Lopez de Hoyos 10, Madrid

Panel and Co

Although not specifically aimed at vegetarians, they have a good selection of products that are suitable for vegetarians. The salad bar is fully stocked with a varied of products that can be used in bagels, wraps and salads alike. They are fully stocked on the super foods front to add to your choice and falafel is also available.
C/ Moreria, 11, Madrid

Zoco Comidero 

A flexitarian restaurant catering for all types of consumers. Meat dishes are roughly 80% plant based and 20% organic meat or fish. A great variety of vegan and vegetarian options. Huge part of products are organic, with many elements produced in the kitchen. Super foods to expect here include the protein rich spirulina, kamut, kale and quinoa. They offer many cold press juices and smoothies made from plant milk such as rice milk, almond milk etc for the health benefits.
Costanilla de San Andrés 16

Viva Burger

This is a vegetarian restaurant offering a complete menu of delicious meat free products. Of particular interest here are the wraps and burgers. The burger patties are made with vegetables, oatmeal, peanuts and apples making them flavourful, crunchy, with lots of bite. They have a huge variety of fillings from seaweed, guacamole, vegan cheeses and salads. All are served with potato wedges and vegan garlic mayonnaise. C/ Santa Teresa, 8, Alonso Martinez

Olivia Te Cuida

A very homely-feel restaurant, offering homemade and largely plant based meals. They have a variety of meal combinations that you can have for lunch or breakfast.

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