This places thrives on meat but they do mark menu items that are vegetarian. Unless you like flour and deep fried food you are not going to get much. I ordered the Altea Salad with no meat. Just plain old iceberg lettuce with some cucumbers. For the main course I ordered the Falafal Burger which is just a deep fried falafel, caramelized onions, tomato between a white bun served with some french fries (which I didn't eat). Felt like McDonalds with fancy napkins. +1 for marking the menu with vegetarian options. But -1 because the employee was trying to tell me how good the meat was incase I ever started eating it again. Another employee said it was too hard to make things vegan. With all this said, I understand this is the type of food people usually want here. But Spain is becoming too Americanized.
Updated from previous review on Friday October 17, 2014
Cons: Junk food., Lacks creativity, Meat pride.