Subject: 'Vegan in Sevilla'
Posted by flamekat on: Tuesday, May 08, 2007 at 07:25 AM PST
My fiance and I visited Sevilla for a few days in April 2007. We had a really nice time. The only place we dined at was Habanita. It was really good, although a bit expensive. Some of the dishes were a bit hit or miss, but overall, we had a good meal. I like that in Spain, you can choose different sizes of the dishes to create exactly what you want.
Veggies should check out the market, as the quality of the produce in supermarkets is pretty low and expensive. There also seems to be a lack of bakeries, as in bread bakeries. There are plenty of places selling cakes and pastries. The supermarkets tend to have a small health food section. I always try to stay in accommodation where I can cook for myself.
Subject: 'Habanita - Seville'
Posted by Guest on: Monday, March 27, 2006 at 02:20 AM PST
We ate at Habanita a couple of years ago and loved it. I think the food is Cuban based hence the name Habanita
Subject: 'Cereceto and Al Solito Posto'
Posted by Guest on: Monday, January 24, 2005 at 08:10 AM PST
Cereceto was just really spectacularly good food. Lots of lacto-ovo, so not tremendously vegan-friendly. Just a really good gourmet experience for vegetarians--wine and food were delicious and the staff was extremely kind and friendly.
Al Solito Posto--the best Italian food I had in Spain was at this place. For vegetarians, Italian food in Spain can be a life-saver. This, however, is NOT a cheap little Italian place--very good food and good service. High quality all the way. Go here to DINE in style.