We had lunch in this vegetarian restaurant in Granada, which apparently was the first veggie establishment in the city. It has a huge menu, featuring things like 'meat'balls, veggie burgers, kebabs, salads, etc. Unfortunately the focus seems to be primarily on the range of options and the different mock meat products (tofu, soya, seitan, gluten) rather than on producing healthy, quality meals. We had a gluten kebab and the soya meatballs, both of which were fine but uninspiring. It is a nice little restaurant with friendly staff, so it is good that there is an option for local veggies and tourists. However, I feel that this place was proof that Spanish veggie restaurants need to focus on quality and creative cooking if they are going to do more than preach to the converted.
Cons: Focus on mock meats, Not many healthy options