5 Vegan / Vegetarian Friendly Restaurants
Alvaro Obregon 884, Ensenada, Mexico
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Organic, Western, Take-out, Mexican
A vegetarian and vegan restaurant does not cook with teflon or aluminum utensils. All dishes are made-to-order using seasonal veggies, cereals, seeds and unbleached grains.
Ave. Alvarado 355 (at corner of Juarez), Ensenada, Mexico
Cuisine: Lacto, Pizza, Western, Mexican
Vegetarian lunch counter offering a wide variety of food including burrito, empanada, rieles, pizza, spaghetti, salad, breakfast, and juices. Many items contain cheese and/or egg. Vegans to inquire.
1ro de Mayo 1251-4, Ensenada, Mexico
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Mexican
Provides healthy vegetarian food that's affordable. The comida corrida is a lunch special and includes soup, salad, main entree, and a fresh juice for around US$4-5. NOTE: Aug 2017 reported limited vegan options - please send updates.
Lazaro Cáardenas 1094, Zona Centro, Ensenada, Mexico
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Mediterranean, Fast food, Take-out, Middle Eastern, Israeli, Non-veg
Serves meat, vegan options available. Little eatery in a yellow building behind Parque de las Banderas. Offers a small menu of which 3 plates/sandwiches are vegan: the falafel, the hummus, and the galilea. Owner speaks English.
Carretera Tijuana-Ensenada 108, Ensenada, Mexico
Cuisine: Lacto, Ovo, Juice bar, Mexican, Non-veg
Serves meat, vegan options available. Small restaurant with a juice bar and a small market. The meal of the day on Tuesdays and Fridays is vegetarian and can be made vegan. Any other day there are vegan options as well.
Health Food Stores, Vegan Shops, Vegan Bakery and Catering, Vegetarian B&Bs, Organizations
Avenue Espinoza 246, Ensenada, Mexico
Small natural foods store located approximately one block from America Motel. Prices on imported items are high. Local products, including granola and fresh lemons, have decent prices. Bread by a local bakery is available. Other items include dried fruits, milled flours, whole grain berries, imported fruit juices, imported soy milk, frozen imported breads, imported miso, tofu, tamari, oils (olive, and others), giant bags of TVP (texturized vegetable protein), assorted packaged foods, teas, and some personal care products like lotions and more.
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