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Oh my goodness. What a waste of an evening. Keen to patronise vegetarian places in Spain. This one looked like it had potential. When we got there it was empty, a worrying sign, and I asked for a beer but was told no alcohol. Fine....More
My partner is a vegetarian and he loved it. I am not a vegetarian and I did not. I would go back for the salad bar which was incredible but the rest of the food was ok but not anything I want to eat again.
Nice owner, but food is inedible.
We tried hard to find something that would redeem the food but couldn't.
We've been to veggie restaurants around the world, and none quite like this.
Strange that Lonely Planet gave it such a good write up.
We were here for dinner a thursday evening. There was only a few people in the restaurant. The waiter was friendly. They have a good price for three courses. The food was ok, but nothing special. Good service.
I had the weekend "medio menu" (half fixed-price menu), which was one dish plus a drink and a dessert for 11.50€. The dish I chose was the curry, with tofu, seitan, amazing rice, perfectly cooked carrots and mushrooms and broccoli... very fresh and tasty. They...More
We reserved a table at Amaltea on line through Barcelona Bookings (very much recommended) - search for the restaurant and ask to reserve a table and you will automatically be directed to the sight. You will receive an email confirmation.
The restaurant was about 2...More
I'm a chef, for us it's very hard to control our diet, we love to explore & experiment in cooking & eating, we want to try different varieties of food, one day one of my client decided to be vegetarian, ( I love vegetables) because...More
We went there with a bunch of friends (and a dog!). They were so nice that they made me eat in a special room so the dog could come with us. We ate the lunch menu (10.70) and everyone ordered different options. I tasted everything...More
It is almost as if vegetarian food becomes religious here. A very soft and balanced athmosphere. The food is well prepared but not outstanding in any direction – more spices would have been appreciated. Or more surprises in the composition of the meals. The staff...More
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